News bloopers are a dime a dozen and they just keep on coming. In this news report from CBS 2 New York, the news room cuts to a reporter live at the scene of a story that can only be “breaking news” at a local station. But what happens behind the reporter is what made it news blooper glory.
Gotham City is usually dark and cloudy with a chance of crime, but you wouldn’t guess Batman has the time to do the weather report amidst all that. But viewers of Fox5 in Maryland and DC got quite the surprise when The Dark Knight himself popped on screen to deliver an important message: the daily temperatures!
After admitting he was ‘Born This Way,’ the magic of editing (and loads of free time) brings us another crossover music video featuring President Obama singing the words to a hit pop song. This time, to LMFAO‘s overplayed, er, extremely popular ‘Sexy and I Know It.’
It was only a couple days ago that we showed you a video of Batman cruising in his ‘Batmobile’ (but really a black Lamborghini) on I-95 in Silver Spring, Maryland. What we didn’t see later is the same Batman getting pulled over by Montgomery Country police because of an improper rear license plate. Turns out the bat symbol isn’t a street legal plate.
Kids love and look up to Captain America from ‘The Avengers,’ so it was a shock for this one boy to see his favorite superhero show up on his doorstep. Though the bigger shock came when he realized that this real-life strong man was actually his army dad returning from Afghanistan.
Using Kung-Fu to market a golf game? The makers of ‘Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13,’ Electronic Arts, seem to think it’s a good idea. EA has unveiled a viral commercial starring the basketball giant Shaquille O’ Neal and the game’s title master Tiger Woods. Dressed in traditional samurai garb, the two sports legends bow in honor before…well, you’ll have to watch.
Ever wanted to be the ruler of your own town? Well, here’s your chance. The small (and we mean small) town of Buford, Wyoming, has a population of just one. And that one resident has now decided it’s time for him to move out and put the town up for sale. Don Sammons, who moved to Buford over 20 years ago, is auctioning the 10-acre town at a starting bid of $100,000.
While we are years away from hovering over traffic at 88 miles per hour, there’s no harm in trying to bring to life one of the greatest creations in movie magic: the flying DeLorean car from ‘Back to the Future.’ That’s exactly what a bunch of hobbyists in icy Russia did.
Social media has the changed the world in so many ways, there’s hardly anybody that hasn’t experienced its impact, no matter how big or small. Twitter in particular has opened doors to celebrities that us commoners never imagined. Why wait for a star outside a restaurant in Beverly Hills to get a scribbled autograph when you could just get a shout-out from them on Twitter? And it has worked for many.
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