Driving School Pulls A Hilarious Prank On New Instructors


(PCM) Enlisting the help of professional stunt driver Leona Chin and Maxman TV, a driving school decided to prank their new instructors on the first day of the job with some extreme  “Fast & Furious” style driving skills.

When Chin first enters the car, she pretends to be a very timid and nervous new driver, but when they go to return to the driving school parking lot she turn on the skills and makes the instructors literally scream in terror.

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If You Haven’t Checked Out The Funny Or Die Series “Frenemies” Now’s The Time!


(PCM) We found ourselves cracking up over Funny Or Die’s “Frenemies” videos, so we felt compelled to share the latest one below!

When Eliza Coupe (Happy Endings, Scrubs, House of Lies ) has an awkward run-in with her longtime frenemy at a bakery, not even the cupcakes can sweeten the bitter feelings of mutual contempt.

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Actor Billy Zane Thinks Zayn Tweets Are About Him


(PCM) Aww … how adorable!  Actor Billy Zane think that all of the heartbroken tweets about Zayn Malik leaving One Direction are directed at him.

While he is certainly a bit confused, Billy Zane certainly appreciates all of the Zayn support on Twitter! He appreciates it so much that he even made a video about it.  Check it out below:

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Stop Everything And Watch The Max Landis Film “Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling”!


(PCM) Talk about finding an incredibly unique and hilarious way to relate wrestling and pop culture! Max Landis has created a wonderful short film titled “Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling” that tells the story of WWE’s Triple H’s rise and fall in the ring. The film has already surpassed over 1 million views on YouTube and continues to climb.

“Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling” is relatable to both fans and non-fans of the WWE and the story-telling by Landis is absolutely spot-on. Also, don’t even get us started about the sheer number of guest appearances that are packed into this short film, we gave up counting after awhile. Keep your eyes peeled for Seth Green, Macaulay Caulkin, Darren Criss, Haley Joel Osment, Josh Peck and David Arquette to name a few! There are also appearances by a ton of former WWE wrestlers as well!

As we follow along the story of Triple H is told in various sketches and each one is honestly more and more hilarious. I love the fact that the story was told with women playing the male characters and males playing the female characters … just brilliant.

Landis sums up the film at the end by explaining that wrestling is a form of entertainment and should be looked at as such, he says “A lot of wrestling sucks, but when its’ good it’s f**king great”.

Watch the full “Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling” film below:


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Michelle Rodriguez Candidly Answers Green Lantern Rumor

michelle-rodriguez(PCM) The rampant change of superheroes gender, sexuality and other high impact alterations to established canon in age old comic books is finally reaching a breaking point. Even actors are taking sides. Good.

This past week actress Michelle Rodriguez broke ranks and gave a candid opinion.

It all started when she was ‘rumored’ to be the next Green Lantern. If you’re unaware, there is a female Green Lantern – Jessica Cruz. In which case Michelle would fit both gender and race! But, the fact that Hollywood would not start the Justice League saga with the logical chronological order of Green Lanterns did strike a nerve with fans on every level.

Enter TMZ. They inquired on the rumor and Rodriguez gave an answer that was also followed by opinion. First she stamped out the rumor – she wasn’t going to be a Green Lantern. “That’s the dumbest thing I ever heard,. I think it’s so stupid because of this whole minorities in Hollywood thing. It’s so stupid. Stop stealing all the white people’s superheroes. Make up your own. What’s up with that?”

This statement has clear meaning, but of course the thought police pounced on any possibility of ambiguity in the statement and branded Michelle a social outcast until she repented and explained herself in way that appeased the falsely offended.

Michelle obliged by thankfully not retracting her statement but instead clarifying in a candid video that appears to be shot from her own bed while shot from a cell phone, selfie style.

If you don’t have time or unable to view the video embedded below, Michelle makes the case that established characters shouldn’t be changed, instead the artistic community should create the diverse characters the loud minority community is asking for.


Michelle Rodriguez should be applauded for not just being candid but standing up for the browbeaten majority that knows their belief that established characters and canon don’t need to be changed to fit the wants of a minority of activist opinion.


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