Grumpy Cat Gets a Movie Deal, Presumably Feels Grumpy About It
Good news for people who like movies starring adorable animals: Broken Road Productions, the film studio that brought you such classic titles as Jack and Jill and The Sorcerer's Apprentice, has negotiated a deal for a family film starring the Internet's favorite curmudgeon, Grumpy Cat. Bad news: It will probably not be 90 minutes of following her while she crawls around her Arizona home, which is what the Internet really wants.Read on...
Ermahgerd! Alison Brie Recreates Internet Memes With Her Face
All of you already subscribe to Paul F. Tompkins' YouTube show Speakeasy, right? Good! Then you already know that he spoke to the lovely and talented Alison Brie in yesterday's episode, and that he had her recreate popular Internet memes with her face. Watch the clip, and the full episode, right here.Read on...
Grumpy Cat’s Out to Ruin Christmas? Not on the LOLCats’s Watch! [Video]
Is the very thought of having to sit through yet another Christmas special about some mutated reindeer with a case of low self-esteem making you sick to your stomach? Tired of being preached the true meaning of Christmas like we're soulless, materialistic goons? Okay, maybe they're right in that regard, but the point is monotony needs a good kick to the curb this holiday season and no Christmas special kicks harder than How the LOLCats Saved Christmas. True, it is yet another paint-by-numbers bastardization of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, but this iteration has 100% more cats per serving compared to other leading versions of the story. Plus, the cats don't stop to sing every five minutes, so that has to count for something.Read on...
Grumpy Cat Goes Nyan, Destroys Earth, Everything You Ever LovedWell, 12/21 passed without incident and, much to everyone's shock, the world didn't come to a fiery end, proving once again that you just can't trust an ancient Mesoamerican culture. In fact, the Inca still owe me $20 after skipping out on a bar tab, and they better not think I've forgotten about it. Today, though, we bring you a glimpse of the apocalypse that could have been, courtesy of of a Nyan-powered Tard the Grumpy Cat. You can behold this truly fearsome thing below, but be forewarned: it is not a video for the faint-hearted or weak-willed.Read on...