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Face MashupsJul 09 2013

YouTuber Chase creates short videos where the faces of celebrities are swapped for other celebrity faces. The results are weird and often hilarious. The best one is probably the most recent video of Natalie Portman and Will Ferrell:

This quick Nicholson/Cruise clip from A Few Good Men is pretty good too:

Co.Create did an interview with the creator.

"When picking the celebrities, I am mainly considering two things. Their relevance and popularity, as well as the availability of unique, high-quality footage in which the actor is looking mostly towards the camera," Chase says. "Mashing up footage in which the characters are constantly looking side to side is much more difficult and usually results in a less convincing final product." He adds. "There have a been a few After Effects sessions that ended up in the recycle bin because of this."

(via @daveg)

A lot of sweat goes into every bottle. Mar 05 2008

A lot of sweat goes into every bottle.

(thx, aaron)

Do you love Will Ferrell? Do you sweat?Mar 03 2008

Do you love Will Ferrell? Do you sweat?

Whoops! I'm a bad blogger, sorry toJan 18 2008

Whoops! I'm a bad blogger, sorry to skip out. Had to go see the new Will Ferrell movie ("Semi-Pro") this morning, which means, well, don't ever let your freelance writer friends claim they have a rough life. Yeah, poor me, I had to go to a funny movie on a Friday morning instead of filling out TPS reports. I'd rarely say anything about a movie this far in advance (it opens February 29) so as not to totally enrage the movie's publicists, so, in short: freakin' hilarious. Made me love Will Ferrell all over again. (My Ferrell top five performances, in case anyone ever needs to know, in order: Stranger Than Fiction, The Producers, Anchorman, Zoolander, Talladega Nights.) And I don't even usually like the current strain of all-boy, comedy-star, period-shtick set-up movies mostly because, well, I like actual live women in my movies.

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