All posts tagged: Anchorman

Does Spelling Count?: Comedy and War Film Alphabets

For any of you out there having children…well children you intend to raise I should say. I encourage you to teach them the alphabet through these posters by Stephen Wildish. That way you get entertained while you teach! And when you get down to it, it’s all about you right? I mean, what have these theoretical unborn children ever done for you? Enjoy the posters.   For those of you who want to lie and claim you got them all right, here are the answers you filthy, filthy, lying cheaters. Enjoy! Comedy: Anchorman, Best In Show, Carry On Doctor, Doctor Strangelove, Elf, Four Lions, Groundhog Day, Happy Gilmore, In The Loop, The Jerk, Kingpin, The Life of Brian, Meet The Parents, Napoleon Dynamite, Old School, The Pink Panther, Quick Change, Roxanne, Spaceballs, This Is Spinal Tap, Uncle Buck, Vice Versa, Withnail and I, Project X, Young Frankenstein, Zoolander War: Apocalypse Now, Bridge on the River Kwai, Casablanca, Downfall, Escape to Victory, Full Metal Jacket, Great Escape, Heroes of Telemark, Inglourious Basterds, Jarhead, Kelly‚Äôs Heroes, Letters …

You Got The Job: Rare Celebrity Audition Tapes

This video will be (if it isn’t already) all the rage very soon. It features 40 clips of rare celebrity auditions for roles in all of your favorite movies. Some of these actors got the roles and some didn’t. It’s pretty crazy to see some amazing actors lose out on roles and then see Megan Fox appear to flub her lines (I could be wrong on that) yet still get the role. Sunrise, Sunset. Anywho, the auditions include: Martin Freeman and Bennedict Cumberbatch – “Sherlock” Robert Downey JR – “Backdraft” Brad Pitt – “Backdraft” Leonardo DiCaprio – “Outsiders” Lindsay Lohan – “The Parent Trap” Robert de Niro – “Godfather” Alyson Hannigan – “American Pie” Michael Cera – “Superbad” Sophie Turner – “Game of Thrones” Selena Gomez – “Wizards of Waverly Place” Megan Fox – “Transformers” Natalie Portman – “Leon: The Professional” Matthew Fox – “Lost” Ellen Page – “Juno” Russell Brand – “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” Jennifer Connelly – “Blue Heaven” Hugh Laurie – “House M.D” Hugh Jackman – “X-Men” Raven Symone – “The Cosby Show” …