Author: bennygulks

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Happy 2017! All these things are now 10 years old

Happy 2017 everyone! It’s crazy to think that 2007 is now 10 years ago! Sorry, not crazy, mathematically accurate. So why don’t we all Crank That (Soulja Boy) and take a look back on things that are now 10 years old. Sound good? Kay. As mentioned above, Soulja Boy was ripping up the charts in 2007 but the power house songs of the year belonged to Beyonce with “Irreplaceable“, Rihanna feat. Jay-Z with “Umbrella“, Gwen Stefani feat. Akon with “Sweet Escape” and Fergie…yes Fergie with Big “Girls Don’t Cry“.   That’s right folks! The iPhone is now 10 years old. The phone that ended the use of phones.   J.K. Rowling released the 7th and final Harry Potter book. The book sold 8.3 million copies in it’s first 24 hours. I just waited for the movie. Reading is for suckers and smart people!   Yep, the movie about a Spartan king and 300 of his closest gym bros came out 10 years ago. Other top movies from 2007 include Spider-Man 3, Transformers, The Simpsons Movie, …

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New DuckTales Cast Sings Theme

Have you heard the good news? We’re all accepting Jesus as our lord and savior! But in real news, DuckTales is making a comeback in 2017! The cast is pretty amazing: Danny Pudi (Community) as Huey Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation, the voice of BB-8 in Star Wars: The Force Awakens) as Dewey Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live, We Bare Bears) as Louie Beck Bennett (Saturday Night Live, Sing) Launchpad McQuack, Toks Olagundoye (Castle, Parnormal Action Squad) as nanny Mrs. Beakley Kate Micucci (Garfunkel and Oates, Milo Murphy’s Law) as Webby Vanderquack Impressed? You should be. But wait, there’s more! Here is the whole cast singing the theme song! Enjoy!

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Fun Watch: Crazy Star Wars Interviews

This is a fun little episode from Screen Junkies featuring rarely seen Star Wars interviews. The interviews are pretty interesting, as you would think the cast of Star Wars would know most of the details and plot of a movie they spent months working on. However, it turns out you could turn to your mother right now and ask her to break down the Star Wars movies and she would probably do as good a job as any of the actors of the original films did. It’s pretty great. Enjoy!