On February 25 through 27, while a mythologically reported one billion people across the globe (or 15% of the world’s population) were prepping to tune into, tuning into, and/or complaining about the audio issues of the 84th Annual Academy Awards and all its accompanying Hollywood hullabaloo, a pair of indie filmmakers and their cast and crew traversed New York City and other undisclosed locations to film the final installment of their much watched (with an accurately reported 10+ million-some-odd views as of late 2011) and much adored web series.
The audio has emerged from Harrison Ford‘s scary plane crash that took place at Penmar golf course on Thursday (March 5) in Venice, Calif. You can hear the 72-year-old actor report “engine failure” and request “immediate return” fro... Read Post
Did U watch the 84th Annual Academy Awards last night? If so, you'd be one of many who tuned in to watch Hugo and The Artist slay all the competition by walking away with the most Oscar trophies. The ratings are in and with the help... Read Post