There’s a ton of praise being heaped on actor Sam Rockwell for his complex character portrayal in Three Billboards. But back in 2002, he played The Gong Show host Chuck Barris in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. Here’s a bit of his amazing screen test.
Berezka (“Birch” in English) is a Russian folk dance troupe who performs with an unusual style – its dancers move with such tiny and smoothly-executed footsteps that it appears they’re on wheels. Of course, their dresses are so long that they very well could be.
It’s not the first time we’ve seen a dance crew in lighted costumes, but Light Balance have taken it to a whole new level, with intricate designs and perfect coordination between body and light. No wonder their America’s Got Talent number won them the coveted Golden Buzzer.
Japanese breakdancer Ashitaka recently attempted to break two World Records in his chosen field – the most consecutive one-handed jumps, and the most elbow hops. Our palms and joints hurt just watching him do this. Watch now and see if he achieved his goals.
Viral challenges are too easy for popping phenom Marquese “Nonstop” Scott. So he took on one that lives up to the meaning of the word. Watch Nonstop and his friends Bam Morales and Julius “iGlide” Chisolm turn into an animatronic puppet band. Another one here.
The Leftovers star Margaret Qualley wilds out in director Spike Jonze’s fun ad for KENZO’s first perfume. Qualley’s moves were choreographed by Ryan Heffington, who was also behind the music video for Sia’s Chandelier. The song is Mutant Brain by Ape Drums and Sam Spiegel.
The contestants of the 2016 Bucheon Bboy International Championships warm up at various parts of Bucheon, South Korea to the tune of Imagin8’s High Seas & Childish Dreams. The real star here is YAKfilms’ videography. They could probably make a stylish video about snails.
While Larry David’s appearance on this week’s Saturday Night Live had some funny moments, it was cast newbie Jon Rudnitsky who broke out with a hilarious Weekend Update audition for a live TV version of Dirty Dancing – a movie that Jon has apparently never seen before.