Since many of this year’s Oscar nominated films were adapted from books, Jimmy Kimmel thought he’d bring the movie business into the 21st century and get Hollywood actors to adapt viral videos into big-budget movies. Among the Youtube classics that got their movie adaptions are: ‘David After Dentist‘, ‘Double Rainbow‘,’Charlie Bit My Finger‘, ‘Keyboard Cat‘ and ‘Sweet Brown – Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That‘. Watch them all below
Here’s Ellen DeGeneres’ opening monolog from the 86th annual Academy Awards, in case you missed it:
SNL host Jim Parsons plays Mr. Conrad, an executive who rides an elevator while carrying a soiled pair of underwear in a plastic bag…
SNL presents Spotlightz, the acting camp for serious kids, where kid actors reenact scenes from Oscar-nominated movies:
The 1860s critic Jebidiah Atkinson stops by the SNL’s Weekend Update to review Academy Awards Best Picture nominees…
SNL takes on ’12 Years A Slave’ again and shows white actors auditioning for the film’s slave owner roles. Things get super awkward and uncomfortable:
SNL host Jim Parsons sings ‘I’m Not That Guy’ during his opening monologue on Saturday Night Live. It’s a cute song about how he’s not like Sheldon Cooper, his character from The Big Bang Theory.
Chris Lohr’s ‘Breaking Bad Remix’ gets its long-awaited sequel. The catchy music tune is now created from the the show’s seasons 3-5.
Supamonks Studio presents the 2014 version of their first animated short, SuperMoine, about a brutally epic fight between the Vikings and French monks. The short film is sponsored by Holypop soda and the music is ‘We’re Right’ by Ace Out .
February is almost over, so it’s time for a new news blooper compilation: