This is a stunt that the people who remade "Carrie" put together. Do you think the reactions are real or fake?
Gravity is the hottest movie of October so far. The Register had a big write-up this weekend on it. The movie opened making about $55.6 million--a record for an October opening!
But one person was NOT impressed... Professor Neil deGrasse Tyson:
Does it bother you when a movie has inaccuracies?
Here's the trailer to get you in the mood to go buy some tickets:
Some of these celebs really DO look like they were separated at birth. See it here:
Yes they made the announcement. Someone dies this season. Read the story HERE. Who do you think?
So, we already showed you the video of the bikers scaring the driver of a Range Rover.
The result of this incident was the driver of the SUV attacked and sent to the hospital, and one of the bikers (not the one slowing in front of the car) paralized for life.
Both victims have sympathizers who started Facebook and GoFundMe pages for them. Unfortunately, the biker, got almost no symplathy from facebook posters... Here's what people wrote on his Facebook page...
The driver of the SUV, even though he didn't get many comments, he got all the support...
And a complete stranger even started a GoFundMe.com page for him...
Also, LiveLeak.com, collected a series of videos showing how dangerously this group rides on a regular basis. Find it here.
I know the bikers were greatly at fault here, but to go to his Facebook page and leave those incredibly mean comments about a man that might never be able to walk again... I don't know...
Anyway, what do you think of the social media reaction?
Honest. And it really works too :) You can learn more about it here.
This is a clip of "Fat Bottomed Girls". You can see more of the Festival on the CW channel 9 tonight.
They're doing this in France--let's bring it here. Maybe part of the Healthiest State Initiative, Gov. Brandstat??