Baked some iPhone cookies to trick cops into pulling me over, then I just take a bite and ask if cookies are against the law.
Until I was 18 to 20, film was not something I concentrated on. Films seemed so official to me. They didn’t seem to be made by people, they seemed to be handed down by gods. The Coens felt like people behind their movies. With Woody Allen or Monty Python, I could see those were people. Movies in general about “important” things, I felt little or no connection to. They just felt like they were issued to me. When I was in college, I found all these movies that felt like these deeply… They were like novels, or poems, or music, or dance. They were from people.
—Frances Ha and Greenberg star Greta Gerwig, on the films that have been most important to her in her life, what she learned about acting from Gene Kelly and John Wayne, and how her relationship with movies evolved from age 5 to today. [Read more…]
The Horror…the horror.
All the GIFs, Now Available in Your Twitter Feed!
Using GIFs on Twitter just got a lot more exciting! Giphy links now appear as animated GIFs, directly in your Twitter post. Post those reaction GIFs in the moment — your friends won’t have to click links to see those hilarious Anchorman GIFs anymore.
The best part is: you don’t have to do anything! Keep using Giphy links on Twitter the same way you always have. Use the Twitter button to share a GIF, or simply copy and paste the address into a tweet. We’ll take care of the rest!
Want to try it out? Tweet a GIF at @giphy! (And if you’re not following us yet — what gives? You’re missing out!)
Over the past year or so we’ve noticed something: people like watching videos. People really, really like watching videos.
In fact, since we relaunched Digg two summers ago, our Video tag has consistently garnered more traffic than any other. Apparently the world is even more bored at work than…
Justin Bieber did not very much like being pelted in the head with a water bottle in Brazil
So much so that, after keeping fans who paid $1,000 a ticket waiting for three hours, the singer stalked offstage after being hit – and didn’t come back. Watch a video of the incident here: natpo.st/1aZhBvK
Oh man, people talk about Miley Cyrus. This kid is a disaster. That look is a look of someone never being told “no” in their entire life.