Every now and then, a movie preview is so visually arresting that it demands your attention. ’2016,’ a new sci-fi flick out of Ghana, is so mesmerizing but only because it looks like the worst movie ever made.
Brian Pankey sets a new world record by simultaneously juggling, eating and balancing on a crude device called a “rola bola,” according to RecordSetter. Is this the most awesomely random world record yet or what?
We’ve all seen bizarre sports before, but “wife carrying” definitely takes the cake. ‘Good Morning America’ takes an inside look at the 2011 North American Wife Carrying Championships (which is apparently a real thing) that takes place in Maine.
This competition gives new meaning to the phrase, “Take my wife. Please!”
Staci Lowe got the surprise of her life at a Kansas City Chiefs game on Sunday when fiancé William Bell, an Army staff sergeant who wasn’t expected home from Iraq until later in the week, ran onto the field during halftime.
Two Iranian soccer players have been suspended from the sport indefinitely, fined nearly $40,000 each, and could face public lashings for a celebratory butt-grab after their team won a match last Saturday.
Alan Moore, a 61-year-old Vietnam veteran and grandfather of five, has shown that you’re never too old to follow your dreams. At the age when most people enter retirement, Moore recently became the oldest college football player in history as a placekicker at Faulkner University in Alabama.
Are you listening, Hollywood? We’ve found your next heartwarming football flick.
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