Maxwell Q. Klinger, the eccentric character from the M*A*S*H TV series (1972-1983), was played by Jamie Farr. The character, often seen cross-dressing, was humorously fixated on being discharged from the Korean War. Continue reading »
Breaking Bad’s spinoff Better Call Saul is one of our favorite TV shows of all time. Although it was sad to say goodbye to the series after 6 great seasons, projects like this one from Johann Da Costa are helping keep the show alive in our memories. Continue reading »
Amazon Studios has revealed the first official posters for the highly-anticipated The Lord of the Rings series, which will make its debut on September 2, exclusively on Prime Video. It will then be followed by new episodes dropping weekly each Friday. Continue reading »
Jim Henson (September 24, 1936 – May 16, 1990), the man behind the Muppets, began working as a puppeteer in college, creating characters like Kermit the Frog. He worked as a producer on Sesame Street, a popular kids’ show that launched in 1969, and created The Muppet Show in 1976. The Muppet Movie, the first of many movies featuring Henson’s famous characters, appeared in 1979. Henson received several accolades for his work, including Emmys, Grammys and a Peabody Award. Continue reading »
Dress up your pets with popular Squid Game theme clothes, adds trendiness and cuteness in different events and parties. 12 Sizes available for different sizes of puppies and dogs and cats. Continue reading »
Over the years, Mattel’s famous Barbie dolls have been made as nurses, celebrities, supermodels, athletes and other inspiring figures. Surprisingly, one of the world’s most successful TV franchises ever, Friends, never had a Barbie treatment…. Until now!
The Toy Zone asked concept artist Margarita Zhitnik to try to imagine what Friends characters would look like if they were Barbie dolls, and she delivered just the thing. They’re loaded with clothes, props, and references from the most memorable scenes, and in my opinion, as one of the die-hard fans of the show, I think they turned out awesome. Let’s pray Mattel will heed our prayers and make it real someday!
“Ahead of a date with the comically named Elizabeth Hornswoggle, Ross decides to experiment with leather pants. He looks surprisingly okay in them – when he can get them on. But it’s pure torture for Chandler, who has bet Ross $50 that he can last a week without making insults.” Continue reading »
The Catwoman is one Batman’s earliest comic book adversaries, initially appearing in Batman #1 (Spring 1940), and became the best-known and most frequently seen Batman villain. Catwoman is one of Gotham City’s most prominent villains appearing in 15 episodes (12 of which are Julie Newmar). Continue reading »
Alex Pick brings Disney back in the most unexpected ways. Last time, the German artist, known to his 123k followers on Instagram as apicollodraws, ‘humanimalized’ Disney’s universe by turning our favorite animal characters into humans and the other way around in his spot-on illustrations. Continue reading »
The Nat Geo Wild concept for Africa’s Deadliest TV show is to exemplify the face-to-face aspect of predator versus prey in a creative manner through the circle of life. Visually, they have personified the tension that exists between the two animals through dramatic art. Verbally, they have reinforced this through a consistent headline that sits across all communication. Continue reading »
Hungarian Artist Creates Hilarious Scenes By Placing Characters In Movies Or TV Shows They Don’t Belong In
Have you ever wondered what would happen if Ace Ventura and The Joker were in one movie? What about Deadpool and Vincent Vega teaming up? No? Well, this Hungarian artist has, and he created these funny edits to show us what that would look like. Continue reading »
Did you know that there are people among us who have so much free time that they come up with an idea to create a website dedicated to show Paula Deen riding on random stuff? Well, now you know. Visit this Tumblr blog to check it out for yourself or scroll down to see the best examples!
Paula Deen is an American TV personality and cooking show host. She has published fifteen cookbooks. Continue reading »
Cartoon characters from popular TV shows usually remind us of some warm memories from childhood. Remember when you used to sit on the sofa on weekend mornings and watch cartoons on mute before your mom caught you not sleeping? Continue reading »
German Couple Finds The Filming Locations Of Movies And TV Series In Real Life And Recreates Their Scenes
According to Robin and Judith: “6 years ago, we had an idea that we never thought would work! We both love to travel around the world and we were looking for special destinations. Our idea was searching for filming locations and trying to take a picture that looks as close as possible to the original scene. When we took the first picture, we realized this is the perfect way for us to spend our holidays. In 2018, we decided to publish them on Instagram. Continue reading »
Between the WWII and Perestroika periods Soviet people often treated a TV set like something to be proud of. They even made photos with a new home appliance. Continue reading »
The much-anticipated Lego set based on TV classic Friends is so the best way to celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary. They warned it was coming and now it’s been officially announced: a Lego version of Central Perk and all six Friends characters (and Gunther). Continue reading »