A female stunt driver was killed on a motorcycle on the set of Deadpool 2 today in Vancouver. The woman, who was reportedly an “experienced road race racer” but was doing her first film as a stunt performer, was not wearing a helmet during the stunt, according to Deadline.
In the midst of this brutal and never-ending carnival of an election, you’d think we’d run out of new ways to humiliate ourselves as a nation. But you’d be wrong: Protesters wearing “Bill Clinton is a Rapist” shirts are disrupting Clinton rallies, because the conspiracy site InfoWars is offering them $5,000 to do so.
Perhaps you already knew this, but just in case you didn’t, it feels important to note that the Opening Ceremony of the 1984 Summer Olympics, which took place in L.A., featured a dude zipping around the candy-colored auditorium in a jet pack. Hell yeah, baby—the future!
If you’ve ever wanted a behind the scenes look at the operations of #AllLivesMatter Twitter or #Menism Twitter and every other ding dong with an internet connection, look no further than this Australian chicken who figured out how to tweet.
If you’re a stunt artist in Hollywood, one of the easiest way to find work in film is by joining one of the entertainment industry’s many stunt associations. Unfortunately, this poses a significant limitation on women stunt workers, as many of these groups are reluctant to bring in female members.
Longtime readers may recall that your friend and mine Drew Magary applied to be an amateur contestant on Chopped, the Food Network’s allegedly very popular cooking show, back in July 2012. Well, he made it on, and the episode airs tonight at 10 p.m. EST. (He is one of the four people to the left.) I can promise you…
It's actually called "highlining" and while it may look completely nuts to you and me, it's an extreme sport popular with lots of adrenaline junkies. (You may know it best from the documentary about Philippe Petit called Man on Wire). A woman named Faith Dickey from Texas—pause for WOO-HOO HOME STATE break—holds a…
With the advent (and relentless ubiquity) of CGI, it's easy to imagine that contemporary actors in action movies are little more than children playing pretend on a giant soundstage, waving fake weapons at imaginary opponents and strolling safely off to their trailers until the next big scene. Actors still, however,…
Improv Everywhere, those pranksters who are always trying to appease the god of viral videos, commandeered Katz’s Deli to recreate the scene in When Harry Met Sally where Meg Ryan is all "OOOOH OOOH OMG OMG OMG" and then just eats her salad like her rude-ass didn't just fake a super loud orgasm in the middle of a…
Paul Miller is a tech reporter for a website. But Paul Miller hasn't used the internet in three months. And he plans to stay off of the internet for a year.
Larry Flynt has placed ads in Texas asking, "Have you had a gay or straight sexual encounter with Governor Rick Perry? Can you provide documented evidence of illicit sexual or intimate relations with the governor? Larry Flynt and Hustler magazine will pay you up to $1 million if we choose to publish your verified…
You may not have heard of the late aviatix and all around daredevil Betty Skelton, but after reading this article about her life, you might kind of want to be her.
The latest publicity stunt of the man known as America's Worst Sheriff (he prefers "America's toughest sheriff") is to parade an all-female chain gang at the MLB All-Star game in Phoenix.
In 11 days, Joseph Crist & Laura Brunett will begin walking 2,500 miles from Canton, Michigan to their wedding in Nevada's Lake Meade. They hope to reach Las Vegas by September, and told myFOX Detroit that they plan to shave their heads before the trip so their hair will be more managable when showers become scarce.
Virginia-based tattoo artist Charon Henning travels around the country in a vintage trailer with her husband, doing the Renaissance Faire and festival circuit and impressing the crowds by performing her signature stunt—the sword swallow.
If you're one of the thousands who helped "Frank's Marriage Proposal in Central Park" go viral, we're regret to inform you that your romantic dream is dead. It was all a hoax.
Knoxville explains: "[Our female friend] got hurt doing a stunt once and so we decided no more girls doing stunts. No that they can't — just in Jackass, because we all hated feeling that way."
One of the DJ's of a Saint Louis morning-show had a high-school girlfriend cheat on him. So here's a solution: encourage other dudes to do "drive-by whorings," shouting insults at women's houses! And no, the recordings are NSFW, life.
Michaele Salahi and the rest of The Real Housewives Of D.C. were on The View yesterday; now Team Salahi says Whoopi abused Michaele. What the hell?