Awwww: These are some of my favorite photos of Gracie. She had a good cat life and she had her uniqueness in our house. Gracie was nobody’s cat because she exerted ownership over Grumpy Code Monkey. Every night she would get into his lap (microseconds from his butt hitting a seat cushion), lean into him […]
Grumpy Cat tops Forbes' ranking of Top Pet Influencers, joining a list that includes such web luminaries as Pomeranian stars Jiff and Boo and precious cats Nala and Lil Bub.
Actress Megan Charpentier (pictured above with Grumpy Cat, with whom she starred in GRUMPY CAT'S WORST CHRISTMAS EVER) is just sixteen years old, but she has already been acting for ten years, wracking up more than thirty credits. Show More Summary
The adventure continues with the two crankiest cats around! Dynamite Entertainment's Grumpy Cat / Garfield #2 by Mark Evanier & Steve Uy. The post Grumpy Cat / Garfield #2 appeared first on CBR.
SALT LAKE CITY (KSTU) - There's an office cat in Salt Lake City that's so scary looking, he sends computer mice running for cover. Read more...
Jeremy Renner is a man of many talents. He plays a cool dude in the Marvel universe! He has a very questionable but amusing smartphone app! He bothers Elizabeth Olsen with his grumpy demeanor so much that it reminds her of another feline known for her grumpy demeanor! So, yeah: ... More »
Jeremy Renner made an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Wednesday (August 10) and found out what his Wind River co-star Elizabeth Olsen really thinks of him. Host James, 38, showed the 46-year-old actor a video of Elizabeth from the evening before, claiming that she thinks he resembles Grumpy Cat as [...]
Burger Fiction has created a montage video of some of the greatest cat scenes in movies. They featured felines from The Wizard of Oz, Alien, The Aristocats, and Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever. Cats in movies. People love movies and people love cats. So here they are together on the internet. What a purrrrrrfect combination,...
It's the inevitable meeting of the sourpusses! BOOM! Studios & Dynamite Entertainment's Grumpy Cat/Garfield #1 by Mark Evanier & Steve Uy. The post Grumpy Cat/Garfield #1 appeared first on CBR.
Feifei is no longer a grumpy kitty. [ more › ]
The word originated long before Grumpy Cat came into our lives.
If you thought Grumpy Cat hated everything, you’ve never met Pompous Albert. He’s the newest member of the commercial realm’s character lineup, joining the likes of Grumpy Cat with his genuine dislike for […] The post Grumpy Cat Rival Stars in New Honda Ad appeared first on Geek.com.
There's sleepy cats, fat cats and grumpy cats. Then there's long cats. Like, really long cats. Read more...
by Jessica Fu Mark Schafer/HBO Tricia: I would like to start this review with a picture of Grumpy Cat. This was an excellent episode (for one thing—no Marnie)—with no-so-excellent plot developments. For one thing: SHOSHANNA WAS ROBBED! So,...Show More Summary
Hi all. We are back from SXSW and… fuck… I am deliriously ill and endlessly exhausted. I did have lots of fun though. Most of my time was spent on the Viceland bus where I met Grumpy Cat, Adrian Grenier, and even though I don’t smoke weed, experienced the honor of Redman passing me the […] The post Videos of the Week: Delirious appeared first on IHEARTCOMIX.
The Internet is no stranger to making animals into bona fide stars (looking at you, Grumpy Cat). But more recently, Twitter rallied behind a creature that downright mystified thousands: a giant chicken. On March 19, a video of said chicken...Show More Summary
BOOM! Studios and Dynamite Entertainment are teaming for a cat-tastic comic book crossover that has Garfield meet the one and only Grumpy Cat. The post Grumpy Cat/Garfield Crossover On The Way From KaBOOM! & Dynamite appeared first on CBR.com.
Nearly four decades ago, Jim Davis set the template for the internet phenomenon known as Grumpy Cat: Take a distinctive looking house cat, fill its head with sarcastic grousing suitable for hanging in the workplace, and watch the merchandising money pile up. Show More Summary
Grumpy Cat and Garfield are teaming up in their first comic book series. This seems like something that would grate my skin until it bleeds... but it might actually be one of the most logical crossovers in years. Read more...