Dennis Quaid wasn’t the only one with a meltdown video this week. ESPN reporter Britt McHenry has been suspended after security cam footage emerged online of her yelling some pretty nasty things to a woman at a towing company. Her car...Show More Summary
Dennis Quaid plays it super cool while heading to his car after grabbing a bite to eat at R+D Kitchen on Thursday afternoon (April 16) in Brentwood, Calif. This is the first time we’ve seen the 61-year-old actor since his on-set rant went viral online and was later revealed to be a Funny or Die [...]
Well, I hate to say I told you so, but... oh wait, I love to say that. I TOLD YOU SO. More » That Dennis Quaid Video Was Fake, But For Once Jimmy Kimmel’s Off The Hook is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
This is too good to relegate to a mere comment or update. The obviously fake Dennis Quaid freakout video was... fake. Here is the amusing reveal. Thanks to DRJ. Dennis Quaid's On-Set Freak Out: The Full Video from Funny Or Die
Much to our chagrin, yesterday’s (April 14) NSFW viral video of Dennis Quaid throwing a Christian Bale style freak out on unnamed set was just a Funny or Die prank. Womp womp womp. All our dreams have officially been crushed. Also, everyone who blamed Jimmy Kimmel for this should really apologize. Show More Summary
Really glad the sketch is funny, because the news clips and ominous music make this seem like a real-life episode of 'Black Mirror.' That "F#!&ing baby" was an actual baby. (screengrab from Funny or Die) We've been had, ladies and gentlemen. Show More Summary
Dennis Quaid, one of America’s premier dad actors, threw a tantrum of Christian Bale magnitude in a video released Tuesday. The video quickly made the rounds, Redditors discussed it at length, and Jimmy Kimmel was implored to fess up to another prank. Show More Summary
Mystery solved: The video showing Dennis Quaid losing it on a set was indeed staged -- by the folks at Funny or Die.
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Or is it?
The internet has been abuzz the past couple of days while fans speculated whether or not a viral video featuring actor Dennis Quaid having a profanity laced meltdown was legit or a hoax. Quaid has been mum on the matter, and undoubtedly...Show More Summary
The website "Funny or Die" released the extended clip of the actor's on-set antics.
Dennis Quaid hinted Tuesday that a viral video which appeared to show him having an on-set freak-out might have been a joke. Well, it turns out it was. The clip, captured on a cellphone, was uploaded to YouTube on April 10, hit Reddit Monday, and went viral on Tuesday. Show More Summary
We can finally place a face to the "Dopy the Dick" name.
Yesterday, the Internet reacted in horror at the sight of beloved actor Dennis Quaid freaking out on the set of what appeared to his newest movie. Many called shenanigans right off the bat, and it was widely suspected that we were all...Show More Summary
A video of Dennis Quaid having an epic meltdown on the set of one of his movies went viral on the Internet a few days ago, but many smelled something fishy about the whole thing. Was it a Jimmy Kimmel prank, like the girl who catches...Show More Summary
Well, we all owe an apology to Jimmy Kimmel. As it turns out, Dennis Quaid's viral rant from April 14 wasn't the angry ramblings of a Hollywood A-lister on a movie set, but actually just a prank dreamed up by the minds at Funny or Die. See...Show More Summary
The mystery has finally been solved, and we now know the true identity of “Dopey the Dick.” The Dennis Quaid rant heard round the world was fake after all, and the humor site Funny or Die was the mastermind behind it, not Jimmy Kimmel. Show More Summary
We all know that Jimmy Kimmel loves pranks, and a lot of people assumed that epic Dennis Quaid freak-out video was of his creation. But no, it was actually the work of a little website called Funny or Die. Check out their hilarious reveal. Click To Continue Reading