How is it that the new TV spot for 'Oblivion' somehow manages to look more epic and exciting than full theatrical trailer? There's no denying it -- there's tons of scope and promise in this 40 second spot, enough to actually make us excited for a movie by the guy who made the sleeping pill known as 'Tron Legacy.' Watch the trailer embedded below.
In what felt like classic Conan, last night's episode held arguably one of the funniest sketches the show has churned out since its 'Late Night' days. He unleashed a bit regarding what we hope would actually go down at the couple's ultra sound. In truth, it might not be all that far-fetched.
This is one of the craziest videos we have ever featured on WGRD.com. It appears that an assassin stormed the stage during a Bulgarian politicians speech. He raises a handgun to his head and attempts to pull the trigger, but nothing happens. On closer examination the assassin seems to have not cocked the weapon before jumping on the stage.
Even though this dangerously slippery patch of pavement is helpfully marked with impossible-to-miss pylons, very few choose to go around it. This is great news for us, because it means we've got an eight-minute-long video of people slipping and falling on ice.
Being a dog in today's society must be really confusing. They're probably thinking, "how have I suddenly sprouted human eyebrows?" or "why the heck am I driving Power Wheels?" The answer is simple -- because confused dogs are hilarious. That's why we love it when they catch a glimpse of themselves in the mirror.
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