Last week, everyone’s favorite primate Jeff Tremaine was featured on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly. If you missed out, well, you’re in luck, because we’ve got the clip in our grubby little mitts. So watch and learn how this 800-pound gorilla came to life in Hollywood with a motley group of prank happy oddballs.
Fresh from Ry Craike and Dino Adrian is this 14-minute super clip featuring the Cyclone Bianca swell and a 20-hour road trip deep into uncharted territory that leads to perfect surf.
Epic Meal Time have entered a new realm of epic-ness by appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. They made an epic deep-fried shepherd’s pie that included mac and cheese, pastrami, Velveeta cheese, and of course tons of bacon. As a tribute to Jay, they made it look like a car!
Rainn Wilson makes a special appearance dressed as a leprechaun and helps out with the most important bit, the eating. Part 2 after the jump.
Follow a squad of U.S. Marines as they move to the rooftops to eliminate an enemy sniper in an abandoned hotel. This in-game footage from Battlefield 3 shows off the ANT animation technology in all its glory, with a climactic ending that speaks volumes of how the new Frostbite 2 engine handles destruction.
What Mario would look like if it was a sweet next-gen first person shooter!
“After not touching 3dsMax since the mailboxes in Jedi Assholes, Brandon decided to get his 3d chops back. We’ve been working on this in the background for the last three weeks. Don’t expect full 3d movies on a weekly basis, it took over 60 hours to render this beast out!”
This young man by the name of Jesse Heiman, is by far the best TV and movie extra ever witnessed. With 49 appearances on the screen, some quick and some much more predominant, this video shows a recap of his work and his range.
This dude is seriously legit, just take a look at his IMDB page for yourself.
Feast your eyes on these incredible tattoos by Los Angeles based artist, Jun Cha. The photos here and after the jump, barely scratch the surface of the talent this man possesses. Check out his blog at arudima.com.
Korine’s sixteen-minute short brings the audience to the fringes of society where Ninja and Yo Landi of Die Antwoord star as wheelchair-bound gangsters.
Residing in the outskirts of civilization, Ninja and Yo Landi play trigger-happy, gun-toting misfits who bond throughout the film by sharing cartoonishly huge joints, sticking-up business owners, and seeking refuge and shelter in the woods.
It is a tale of love and the struggle for survival.