Laugh when you’re not happy, cry when you’re not sad. The struggle for actors is real, people. Actress Amy Adams shares her story.
During a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Adams brings us into her world of emoting on cue, and she uses a story about sriracha to help turn on the waterworks.
We feel ya, Ames… but most tend to weep when the sriracha bottle is empty.
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If the sound of “fries, baked or mashed?” makes your blood run cold, or you’re gluten-intolerant… look away from the screen.
Peeled: The Potato Resurrection is the potato-themed horror film we didn’t know we needed. Although merely a faux-trailer, the short film by Katrina Naficy and Nick Massey is a terrifying tale of a woman haunted by the root vegetable. Even if celery root and beets are far scarier.
Watch as a potato bleeds for no good reason, and stay for the potato birth scene… seriously.
It’s almost Halloween, so there’s no place for Happy Meals, or anything too cheerful. These horror-inspired Happy Meals, by Newt Cloninger-Clements, are scary horror movie and television-inspired versions of the McDonald’s boxed lunch.
Just like a traditional Happy Meal, these horror versions come with a free prize, only scarier. Stranger Things fans would receive a demogorgon, while The Walking Dead comes with a scary Carol doll. No mention how frightening the actual meal inside is — however, it is still McDonald’s, so be afraid.
Although we’re still not sure what Captain America and Iron Man are fighting about in Captain America: Civil War, the beef appears to have spilled over into craft services.
Robert Downey Jr. is about to consume the last donut. Coincidentally, it’s adorned with red, white and blue sprinkles — which Chris Evans feels should be his. A stand-off ensues, Scarlet Witch screams, the end.
Whose side are you on?