To promote the new season of The Walking Dead, AMC pranks the New York City passersby with hungry zombies hidden under a street grate.
A remote-controlled, animatronic ‘Devil Baby’ prank-attacks unsuspecting passersby in New York City and gives them a good scare. It’s a publicity stunt for the upcoming horror movie ‘Devil’s Due.’
Two sax players take out their saxophones and battle it out during a subway commute in New York City.
Brett Cohen pretends to be a celebrity with fake paparazzi and bodyguards in Times Square…
One of the stairs at the 36th Street subway station in Brooklyn, New York, is slightly higher than all the others, causing nearly everyone to trip on their way up. Dean Peterson filmed some of the people falling on that step and the result is this slapsticky video:
Fake news reporter Mike Holland, aka actor Dan Hodapp, pranks some gullible New Yorkers and gets them to believe incredible stuff just because he’s holding a microphone and looks like a newsman.
Chelsea Davison staged a massive game of truth or dare in New York by leaving 300 cards around the Washington Square Park. ‘Truths’ could be answered via Twitter, while ‘dares’ involved performing pretty embarrassing tasks in front of fellow New Yorkers. A surprising number of people chose dares:
Michael J. Fox played lead guitar to Johnny B. Goode during his annual charity benefit on Saturday night, reenacting the famous scene from Back to the Future. The 50-year-old actor got onstage in New York City, at a fundraiser for the Michael J. Fox Foundation called A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure [...]
It happened: gay wedding on TV. Conan O’Brien officiated a same-sex marriage ceremony on his show last night and made television history. He married “CONAN” costume designer Scott Cronick and his partner David Gorshein.