Thanksgiving is one of our country’s oldest and, not surprisingly, boring holidays. Basically, it’s not all that different from any other day in 21st century America: excessive eating and watching TV. I will enjoy its gravy soaked excess until my last breath. Show More Summary
This may come as a surprise, but people on the Internet are doing naughty things with cameras. I know, right? Who’d a-thunk? But it’s true. For instance, one of the new features on the Playstation 4 is Playroom, which allows users, via...Show More Summary
Tracy Morgan’s appearance on Late Night is really too much for words to describe. Like literally, there is too much going on and coming out of Tracy’s mouth to be able to fully convey the awesome nature of this clip. He covers Squanto, pants-less Indians, Sex worker Lucy from The Peanuts, Brussels sprout farts and neighborhood pubes.
Kanye West's weird, goofy music video for the song 'Bound 2' was crying out for a parody version, and two of Hollywood's biggest comedic stars have delivered. Seth Rogen and James Franco have created a video on the set of their upcoming...Show More Summary
Earlier today James Franco and Seth Rogen threatened to break the internet with their re-creation of Kanye West’s “Bound 2? video. “But just how spot-on, scene-for-scene is this?” you probably found yourself muttering out loud while staring at Seth Rogen’s glorious back sweater. Show More Summary
Breaking Bad may be over, but Aaron Paul is still seizing the spotlight. The actor who portrayed Jesse Pinkman continues to make his mark on the Internet thanks to a wonderful video on the official channel of Bushmill's Irish Whiskey...Show More Summary
The Doctor Who Live 50th Anniversary Pre-Show isn’t the only worldwide entertainment event on November 23, 2013 to be shot at and streamed live from the YouTube Space LA. Harry, Louis, Liam, Niall and Zayn - who, with their powers combined...Show More Summary
Looking for the next great breakout web series? It may very well be YouTube Comment Reconstruction. The recent brainchild of English comedy troupe Dead Parrot uses terrible YouTube comments as its fodder, and it is a real gem. The first...Show More Summary
Let's be honest: Kind, well-adjusted people make for boring protagonists, and while web series characters don't have to be jerks, negative qualities make everything that much funnier. A recent web series that understands this dynamic...Show More Summary
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has hit theaters, and YouTube is excited. The popular book series and film franchise shares much of its audience with the typical YouTube demographic, making it a popular subject all over the site. Here are our seven favorites out the hundreds of Hunger Games videos that have popped up over the past couple of weeks. 7. Show More Summary
So, I don’t know if you guys have heard, but today is the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination. Have y’all heard about this? Well, now you know! Anyway, all the hoopla and build-up around this morbid anniversary has led me to think a lot about the Zapruder film of late. Show More Summary
YouTube gamer Syndicate may be known for his Call of Duty and Minecraft videos, but he's somewhat of a YouTube Renaissance man. The British creator, who recently picked up his billionth view, also has a clothing line, a successful iPhone game, and a plethora of travel vlogs to his credit. Show More Summary
Awesomeness TV's longest-running scripted series is back. Runaways, which has consistently racked up five digit view counts across its thirteen episodes, has returned for a third season. This time, the season is five episodes long, with one new installment rolling out one a day across five days. Show More Summary
“Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” is a slam dunk everyone wins internet crowd-pleaser. No one denies this. For my money it’s Jimmy Kimmel’s best and most consistent recurring segment. For the fifth installment that ran last night we’re treated to so, so many UPROXX favorites, including Nick Offerman, Aaron Paul, Amy Poehler, and Larry David, just to name a few.
The Free Hugs Campaign is the spontaneous viral movement that started back in 2006 and has been spreading joy ever since. It’s the sole reason I would avoid the quad during my college days. That and the Jews for Jesus. It’s a harmless premise, someone offers “free hugs” in a public place and people either walk away or take him or her up on the hug.
The console war is in full swing, and Xbox One is winning in at least one category: YouTube functionality. A blog post has announced that the world's most popular video sharing site will be available on Microsoft's brand new console,...Show More Summary
Though it may seem like we're paying federal government employees to run the country, ensure order, and argue with one another, the truth is much more simple: We are paying them to watch YouTube. A recent expose from ABC7's WatchdogShow More Summary
Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer” came out in 1987, yet Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer” currently rests at #25 on the Billboard Hot-100. The renewed interest in the song, outside the confines of classic rock radio, where it’s played every three seconds, is due to an old YouTube video going viral. Show More Summary
With the calendar year nearing its end, Unruly Media has released a list of the top 20 most shared ads of 2013. The report contains few surprises at the top while making clear the online video advertising trends that have fueled theShow More Summary
Ron Burgundy took over “Conan” on Wednesday to promote his memoirs and provide what many would call a tour de force performance of Loverboy’s 1981 classic “Workin’ For The Weekend” in support of Mayor Rob Ford’s re-election bid. It’s only one of many marks Burgundy left on the program, including turning noted wimp and dainty little flower Conan O’Brien into a true man.