Civil War reenacting is a thing, but what about reenacting Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War? Funny or Die goes behind the scenes with an entertaining mockumentary about one group of cosplayers.
Funny or Die has tackled the insanity of cable television bundling — where you end up paying for a bunch of channels you never use — by showing us a whole world that uses the same principle. It’s a horrible, horrible world.
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!
Funny Or Die's contribution to the general shark madness that this week brings is Sharklumbo, which, they explain, "Is a shark and it's also Peter Falk as Columbo." You know what? The Asylum's Sharknado 2: The Second One was similar overexplanation.
We're as delighted as anyone that LeVar Burton has managed to resurrect the invaluable educational TV show Reading Rainbow through the power of Kickstarter. But the show's new opening theme, which takes the original theme song to a logical but somewhat dark conclusion, leaves a little to be desired.
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…
Funny or Die has made their version of Sofia Coppola's Little Mermaid movie, which is very much a thing that is happening. And this spoof is so good we're worried.
Still upset that Neil deGrasse Tyson isn't spending an equal amount of time on his show Cosmos discussing how science may be fake? Then Funny or Die's "Creationist Cosmos" may be the show you're looking for.
Penning the next movie in the massive Star Wars franchise would be daunting for any man, and that's all screenwriter Michael Arndt is. A man, like any other. A man susceptible to studio pressure, fan expectations and writer's block, as this video — made for the eventual Blu-ray extras — reveals.
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…
What if the advertising minds of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce were tasked with created a fantasy television show for women? In this Funny or Die sketch, Peggy Olson tries her best to pitch a Buffy-like series to her coworkers, but they turn it into something else entirely.
I would have thought that between the Star Trek movies and Heroes, Zachary Quinto would be recognized pretty quickly if he walked down a crowded street. I also would have thought that if you went down that street and asked people if they liked Star Trek, there'd be at least one in 10 who did. Unfortunately, as Quinto…
Having conquered the female woman lady audience with Lena Dunham's award-winning Girls TV series, HBO has gone back to the well — the exact same well — probably the exact same bucket, too — and brought us Robots, a show about young robots living in Brooklyn, having sexy times, yelling about things, and basically…
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.