The pages of Shock Mansion bath in plentiful amounts of epic women wearing lingerie, giving an impression that these types are common and all over the place. But where are they all in real life? They are standing in the the nail isle of your local hardware store, trying to figure out how to hang a picture. They need assistants, go go now now!
Watch as DJ Scoob Doo and Streets Talk DVD take you behind the scenes with Lil Wayne and the I Am Still Music Tour in Indiana recently.
Wayne chats about the recent gossip regarding his stylist Marissa Torres and how she keeps him fresher than the rest, then the camera follows him up on stage.
After the jump a fake Lil Wayne was spotted on Weezy’s tour and the fans went crazy. Hilarious! Is this dude for real?
Good Charlotte are currently in Australia as part of their World Tour promoting their rad new album Cardiology. Jake Hollywood caught up with the homies backstage at their Brisbane show. You know Shock Mansion is all about business, stay tuned for some rad things together in the near future.
Benji, Joel, and about 2,000 friends decided to do a sing-a-long in the streets of Adelaide recently. Now that’s the type of crowd busker’s dream about!
Swollen Members shot a new video scenes for the alternate version of Sai-Giddy’s single “Bring Me Down”, off their Dagger Mouth album which is available on iTunes and in stores.
Get it online HERE.
Everyone’s favorite red head is back with more gifts and less clothing. Youtube contacted me saying that I was watching this video on repeat too many times and they needed me to chill out. I didn’t reply because I was watching this Cintia Dicker video.
Now would be a good time to make sure your girlfriend isn’t standing behind you. Enjoy.
Whoa there big fella, don’t let your fake cop badge get the better of you. This tripped out security guard goes hard on these skater kids, only to offer a hand shake and an apology. To be honest, I don’t think he was sorry, he just ran out of gas after missing his traditional 10:32am 6-pack of donuts.
British roboticist and film-maker John Nolan’s animatronic creations are disturbing, grotesque and amazingly wonderful, especially in partial undress. Nolan’s work includes films like, Hellboy, Where the Wild Things Are, Doctor Who and Harry Potter.
Animatronics uses computer technology, mechanical devices, robotics, and radio control to animate puppets or other models in order to create special effects for film or animated and interactive displays. While films are using more and more CGI and stop motion animation, robotic FX artists bring unique skills to cinematic projects.
Here is a new featurette for Walt Disney Pictures upcoming movie “Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” titled From Disneyland To The Big Screen. In the video you can learn a bit about the original “Pirates of the Caribbean” attraction at Disneyland and you also get an exclusive look behind the scenes of the upcoming fourth movie in the franchise. The featurette is hosted by Geoffrey Rush, who stars in the film as Captain Barbossa.