Before we watched this animated short film, we thought Between Two Ferns was the most awkward talk show ever. But Anat Efrati & Yannay Matarasso’s graduation film sure got us feeling more uneasy than Zach Galifianakis ever did within seconds of Dr. Zussman’s mystery guest arriving on stage.
Before turning his life around, Cain Vincent Dyer used to rob banks. In fact, he robbed over 100 of them in two years. Now, Cain is a motivational speaker and life coach. In this video from Insider, he watches 11 bank heist scenes from movies, and breaks down how realistic or likely they each are.
During his 14 seasons on MythBusters, Jamie and Adam tested more than their share of myths involving duct tape. So when asked what his favorite brand of the sticky stuff was by a follower, you might be surprised to learn that Adam can’t stand the stuff. Watch and learn why and what he recommends using in its place.
(PG-13) Self-proclaimed professional idiot Steve-O returns to Hot Ones for another round of butt-burning sauces. For the season 14 (yep, that’s right) finale, the daredevil and comedian is back to outdo himself while he talks about his most ill-advised stunts, his love for skateboarding, and immortalizing his exploits on video.
The closest we’ll ever get to defusing a bomb is Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes. But badass Chris Fuller has gone face-to-face with countless real-world explosives. UNILAD interviewed the former British Army Bomb Disposal Officer, who now does humanitarian work in the Middle East defusing bombs left behind ISIS.
Being in a plane crash is one of our worst nightmares. UNILAD sat down with Jamie Hull, a former British serviceman who survived after his plane caught fire 1000 feet in the air. Despite the inferno around him, Jamie kept his composure to save his own life. His account of the incident is both a terrifying and inspiring story of survival.
What does filmmaker and actor Werner Herzog have to do with skateboarding? Ian Michna of Jenkem saw a twinkle in Werner’s eye that made him think they might be kindred spirits and arranged an interview. Werner talked about his limited observations on skateboarding and how he might shoot a skate film. (Thanks Rob!)
Hot Ones wraps up its 13th (yes, 13th) season with the charming Daniel Radcliffe. The star of Harry Potter and many other films, TV shows, and Broadway talks about his latest film Escape from Pretoria, his love for quiz shows, dealing with paparazzi, and playing Swiss Army Man, all while taking the increasing heat in stride.
Behind the Curtain takes us inside the organized chaos that goes into the making of the Adult Swim hit Rick and Morty. Combining interview clips from creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, you’ll learn about how they come up with ideas for characters, stories, and scripts, then how the animation process is intertwined.
Simon Pegg is best known for his roles in Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End, but he’s been in blockbusters too, from Star Trek to the Mission Impossible franchise. In this interview with Vanity Fair, Pegg walks us through the timeline of his acting and writing career, with thoughts on his many projects.
Military flight scenes in movies can be incredibly thrilling. But are the actions that movie pilots take realistic or tactically sound? The guys from GQ enlisted the help of former Navy fighter pilot Matthew “Whiz” Buckley to evaluate the veracity of scenes from movies like Pearl Harbor and Top Gun.
“I do have a very active ulcer right now, so I don’t know if that’ll be an issue.” While on tour to promote his new film Downhill, Will Ferrell dropped by the First We Feast studios to enjoy (or not) some wings with Sean Evans. Can the man who ate spaghetti with Pop-Tarts and maple syrup survive the hottest of hot sauces?
From Taxi’s Louie De Palma to Batman Returns‘ Penguin to Frank on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, actor Danny DeVito has a long history of playing crazy, over-the-top characters. He recently sat down with GQ to talk about his illustrious career, and the background behind some of his many memorable roles.
In their fascinating series The Gap, LADbible connects old and young generations who share similar life experiences. This time, two men who experienced homelessness meet face-to-face to interview each other. It’s a sobering reminder that just a single misfortune could result in a similar fate for any of us.
Between Rise of the Skywalker, The Mandalorian, and all of the buzz surrounding the launch of Disney+, it’s a good time to be a part of the Star Wars franchise. That is, unless you’re an Ewok. Glove and Boots reporter Fafa the Groundhog sat down with an Ewok who has some very strong opinions on the subject.
LADBible’s fascinating video series The Gap puts together people with shared experiences, but of very different ages. In this episode, Noel, an aging former bank robber, meets Cornai, a young former drug dealer, to discuss their lives as criminals, both on the streets and behind bars.
She’s faced down everyone from Walder Frey to the Night King, but can the hero of Game of Thrones handle her hot sauce the way she handled Needle? Tune into this episode of Hot Ones, and find out as Maisie Williams faces one of her deadliest foes – spicy vegan wings.
(PG-13: Language) Actor and performance artist Shia LaBeouf certainly has had his share of struggles and crazy moments. But in his spicy interview with Sean Evans, he comes across as surprisingly charming, down-to-earth, and relatable. We’re really looking forward to seeing him in Honey Boy.
(PG-13: Language) Actor, comedian, impressionist, and musician Jay Pharoah made a big splash on his earlier Hot Ones appearance, so he couldn’t resist a return to the spicy interview table, where he brought along guest stars Keanu Reeves, Kanye, Nic Cage, and Idris Elba.
(PG-13: Language) “When you’re born in this world, you’re given a ticket to the freak show.” Back in 2007, comedian George Carlin sat down with the Television Academy Foundation, and talked about humanity’s failings, and why he saw himself an observer rather than an agent of change. Watch the full interview here.
(PG-13: Language) Kristin Bell dropped by the First We Feast studio to take on some spicy sauces while sharing stories of her career, growing up in the Midwest, her love of Big Boy and sloths, the philosophy of The Good Place, and more. Like most things Kristin does, she makes the Hot Ones challenge look easy.
(Spoilers, Gore) Stranger Things creators Ross and Matt Duffer sat down with Wired to walk through some of the many references to 1980s science fiction, horror, and adventure movies peppered throughout the series. While some, like E.T. and Alien, are obvious, others, like Altered States are a little more subtly integrated.
(PG-13: Language) GQ asked Silicon Valley and The Big Sick star Kumail Nanjiani to drop in on some popular websites to reply to reader comments and questions about him. He talks about his computer science degree, the culture shock after moving from Pakistan to the U.S., and weighs in on the nachos vs. pizza debate.