If you've been looking for a way to play your favorite games from the Floppy Disk area, a solution might be simpler than you think! I personally am not that technically inclined, nor do I really care for Floppy Disk games that much, but even I think I'm capable of putting in the grunt work to make this hack work, which is actually really impressive. Check it out below if you're wanting to try it out for yourself:
Ryan Reynolds and the Deadpool 2 crew took a lot of shots at Hugh Jackman and Logan during filming, but Reynolds assured THR it was all in good fun. The actor even confessed he stole the music box from the film, which featured the scene where Wolverine was impaled on a branch and said he'd like to give it to Jackman as a gift:
Hugh is one of my closest friends, and I would never want to do anything to put him in an awkward position or something that he wouldn't be proud of. The only thing that was a surprise to him was the Logan music box in the beginning of the movie. That is something I felt like I could take some creative license with. I still feel like I need to give him that music box, because it is rightfully his, not mine.
I love it, and I love Ryan Reynolds. I can't wait to pick up Deadpool 2 on Blu-Ray August 21st, how about you?
Ray Romano had a blast working with Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro on The Irishman, and apparently he got a little healthier as a result as well. Romano said Pacino accidentally ribbed on Romano during filming, and mentioned something about Romano working in a "fat suit." Romano, who wasn't wearing a fat suit during filming, then realized maybe it was time for him to lose some weight. Check out the story below, which is much better the way Ray tells it:
If you've ever had trouble understanding Donald Duck and felt bad you really shouldn't because his nephews struggle to understand him as well. That changed in a recent DuckTales episode when a device was shoved down Donald's throat to change his voice, and now there's no mistaking what he's saying for anything else. Watch Donald's voice slowly turn into that of his voice actor Don Cheadle, and let us know if you'd prefer if he sounded like Don Cheadle all the time:
Runescape shut down it's original classic servers recently, and some people were more emotional about it than others. There are many, for example, who are perfectly fine with hopping over to the Runescape Classic server, which isn't the original build, but probably the one most of you are familiar with. That said it's sad to see such a piece of internet history go away, and some folks were definitely caught up in their feelings while waiting for the end. Check out this guys reaction, and share with us your fondest Runescape memory:
Actor Ben Schwartz lost out on the chance to voice BB-8, but the actor revealed he did get a consolation prize of appearing as a Stormtrooper in the film. Unfortunately, as the dude who smacked his head on the blast door in the original trilogy will tell you, moving around in those things is hard and Schwartz shared with The Late Late Show how he flubbed up his own scene. Hear his story about stepping on Adam Driver's feet below:
Fingerprint analysis, we hear about it all the time, but is it actually useful? For the most part, yes, although fingerprints don't always get it right. Check out how the process is done below, and learn how fingerprint analysis doesn't always get it right:
Weird Al Yankovic and Weezer got together to perform a cover of Toto's "Africa," and I can't imagine a better video to kick off the weekend. Unfortunately, Weird Al doesn't enter until about midway through the video, but when he does the crowd goes wild! Young me would be freaking out watching this, although present day me is doing the same. Check it out below!:
I suppose I never thought about it before this video, but there was a lot of spooky stuff for kids to watch in the 90s. Sure, the generation before us was watching slasher films like there was no tomorrow, but we certainly seem to have things better than the current generation who only gets their scares from video games. This video summarizes the best children's horror from the 90s, so if you're one of those kids who liked spooky stuff from back in the day, check this out:
One of Keanu Reeves first roles in Hollywood has come back to haunt him. The Late Late Show With James Corden unearthed a classic Coca Cola ad from the 80s featuring the veteran actor in his younger years, and the clip is so much better to watch once you hear about all the preparation that went into filming the actual commercial. Reeves even admits he shaved his legs for the role to better get into the mind of his cyclist character! Check it out below: