The CW is currently developing a reality show based on musical chairs.
They’re calling it ‘Extreme Musical Chairs’ and, according to Variety, it “would transform the popular children’s game into a physically demanding competition with multiple rounds of elimination set in an indoor obstacle course.”
Software developer Arturo Castro was able to come up with a computer program using FaceTracker technology that allows him to both morph the faces of others onto his own in real time video and then control the expressions of this Franken-face with his facial movements.
Castro has some fun with the creepy technology in the video below, in which he shifts from Paris Hilton to Fidel Castro to Steve Jobs and then onto more famous faces.
Before they become a symbolic of a terrible tragedy which befell America almost ten years ago, the World Trade Center Towers were a symbol of New York City and its largesse. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of September 11, editor Dan Meth has compiled a supercut of most of the Twin Towers’ best big screen cameos.
There are worst thing's you could do, then get rescued by Brad Pitt. He was Johnny on the spot recently and our friend Jeremey Taylor got the scoop for me. In the upcoming zombie apocalypse movie ‘World War Z,’ Brad Pitt’s character tries to save earth from the brain eaters. On the set of the film, Pitt played hero in a more modest, but also more signficant way.
When police pulled over Arthur Lee Thompson, he immediately denied doing anything wrong. But he sure was about to. The 38-year-old Summerville, South Carolina man begin to fight with the officer, and in the confusion, Thompson managed to jump into the cop’s unoccupied cruiser, and take it on a terrifying 100 mph-plus joyride right down the middle of a busy two-lane road.
And the whole incident? Captured on a security camera mounted in the dashboard.
In a final act of loyalty, Hawkeye, the dog of slain Navy SEAL U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Jon T. Tumilson walked up to his fallen master’s casket during the funeral in Rockford, Iowa, and then laid mournfully down beside the body for the rest of the proceedings.
Despite being chosen as a bridesmaid, Rene wasn’t able to make the trip to Colorado for her friend Jamie’s wedding. Thanks to technology, she was still able to take part in the big day in more than just spirit — by virtually attending the nuptials via iPad.
During the NAPA 200 race in Montreal on Saturday, Nationwide Series driver Steve Wallace bumped into fellow racer Patrick Carpentier, spinning him out. This enraged Carpentier’s crew chief Jerry Baxter, who approached Wallace’s car during a pit stop and grabbed a handful of Wallace’s blond hair.
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