If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a free-roaming cat, check out the interesting real-life footage from the Kitty Cams Project. A joint project between National Geographic and University of Georgia in the US, the project was created to see what exactly cats do when they’re out ‘in the wild’ by attaching cameras to the felines.
Regina Spektor has a new single and a spiffy new video to go alongside. In it, she prances around in what looks like a fancy hotel room, always a reliable premise. In beautifully styled shots, Spektor plays Jenga with herself, wears a lampshade over her head and balances a piece of toast on her face. It's more cute than weird, a well-intentioned outcome for the Russian-American musician.
Remember the first ‘Lazy Sunday’ (also the first SNL Digital Short that really took off) in which we saw The Lonely Island’s Andy Samberg and Saturday Night Live’s Chris Parnell waking up late on a Sunday and meeting up to snack on cupcakes and Mr Pibb before catching The 'Chronicles of Narnia'? Well Samberg and Parnell recently reprised their roles to present you ‘Lazy Sunday 2’.
If you’re not 15, you’re forgiven if you don’t know who the hell these seemingly pre-pubescent boys are – and why girls go gaga for them. Their clean, fresh faced looks and side-swept hairdos – not to mention their obviously manufactured boyband vibe – make it just too easy for non-believers (non-Directioners?) to ridicule them; it was only a matter of time before a parody surfaced.
Nintendo recently released a commercial (or is it?) starring Joel Mchale and a herd of unlikely characters to promote the new Nintendo 3DS. The ad starts out with Joel insisting that the video goes viral who then proceeds to perform stunts which are typically viral-inducing including requesting a baby panda, kicking an intern and pulling in a bevy of bikini-clad females.
You’ve probably noticed some friends posting a video on Twitter or Facebook about this and wondered what it was. Whether you’ve watched it or have yet to make that 30-minute time commitment, here’s a quick summary: KONY 2012 is a film released by Invisible Children to spread the word on Ugandan guerrilla group leader and head of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), Joseph Kony.