I love Joseph Gordon-Levitt. I love the way he talks about his relationship with his mother. My mom would drive me to audition and never forced me to audition for things either. My mother was also a feminist. She railed against people who treated women as objects and I carry that with me to this day. Thanks Mom and thanks JGL.
I lived in London a few years ago and I loved it. Not the weather but the city itself. It’s an amazing city and amazingly expensive. This video shows how Lodond looks now compared to what London looked like in 1927. I love this stuff. I’ve always wanted to do this with New York but stand on a corner and snap my fingers and go back ten years at a time.
This was all over my newsfeed this last week. A funny joke played on unsuspecting people. The anamatronics are amazing. That baby does look real and very devilish.
Elaine Stritch people! She’s a legend and there’s now a documentary on her life and I must see it. You may remember her from 30 Rock but I know her from the theatre. Go YouTube some of her videos from Broadway. You’ll be amazed.
I laughed so hard at this video. I immediately sent it to my mom and she burst out laughing too. Vines can heal the world by being really creative and super funny. Bravo, Encore!
So I have this friend. He’s super talented and super nice to look at. We went to the same High School and we’ve stayed friends ever since. He’s in this big musical called The Book of Mormon. He’s name is John Pinto Jr. He and Ryan Bondy do an excellent cover of “Say Something.” It broke my heart and I had to have several shots of tequilla to recover. My liver thanks you boys. Can’t wait until the next one.
I get “Story of My Life” stuck in my head from time to time for no apparent reason… I’m serious. Here is a fake video with their vocals “shredded.” It’s hilarious and awesome and you should watch it right now. That is all.
Ever since I saw Frozen last month, I’ve been obsessed with the music. I may play “Let It Go” over and over. This is an unnecessary censored version of the movie. It’s everything you want it to be and more. I couldn’t stop laughing.
This is the only reason I wanted to watch the Grammy’s last night. I love Carole King and I love Sara Bareilles. Two musical geniuses together on one stage… with two pianos. This must be what heaven is like. If it is, I want to go there. Beam me up, Jesus.
And finally, this video just put a smile on my face. I felt like a child again. It’s simple and direct. A small man hops on a grasshopper and hops away. Need I say more? Show it to your kids!