People were SO MAD when Apple dropped a fresh load of free U2 into everyone's iTunes; the merry band of middle-aged Irish men just aren't cool anymore, man. When Microsoft unveiled Windows 10, they pulled in some real rock star power for a powerhouse album drop that cannot be denied. Welcome back, Everclear!
This year, our beloved world wide web turned a hearty 25 years old—and yet, it feels like just yesterday we were browsing Prodigy and burning AOL trial discs for fuel. Considering how far we've come, we can't even begin to imagine what the next 25 years might hold. Thankfully, our friends over at Funny or Die have…
You can now watch the peculiar Funny or Die Steve Jobs movie iSteve. The 78 minute flick starring Justin Long as Steve Jobs was the third Steve Jobs biopic announced but the first to release. I think there's an award for that or something. You can watch the full length movie at Funny or Die here. [Funny or Die via …
Last month Funny or Die announced that it was making a Steve Jobs biopic all of its own, called iSteve—and now the trailer has landed for you to watch.
Because there can never be too many Steve Jobs biopics coming out at essentially the exact same time, we now have a third feature-length film to add to the czar of Apple's roster. Unlike the others, though, this one took considerably less time to complete. So in a mere matter of weeks, Funny or Die will present iSteve.
More than anything else, the internet commenting First! is a declaration of ownership, the unfurled flag of a Mountain Dew fueled conquistador claiming a particular post his, by virtue of getting there first, and saying it. Noted chronological-commenting historian Patton Oswalt has an excellent new documentary about…
The Social Network succeeded at dramatizing the rise of Facebook and Mark Zuckerburg, but it only told part of the story. With Facebook's acquisition of Instagram for the preposterously huge amount of one billion dollars, Funny or Die is now telling the story of Zuck's true masterplan: filters. Lots of filters.
You might have grown up reading MAD Magazine. Or maybe you didn't, because you had a terrible and idiotic childhood. Regardless, today's deluge of digital comedy content can't really be contained in the same old magazine format. So here's The Occasional, from Funny or Die.
Funny or Die made a series of fake TV promos for their non-existent network's 1986 lineup. They're all pretty great, but we're kind of sad that Cop-Puter never aired a single episode.
Click to viewHow is it possible that Emma Stone is even more adorable when she's looking for creative ways to kill and... uh... dismember you? That's a special kind of talent, I guess.
In today's Remainders: Laughs! Technology bloggers have already chewed up and spit out the iPad over the last two frenzied days, and now the humor websites are having their say. But the real revelation here, folks, is the polar bear.