While filming Winter In Maine, a commercial for Dysart’s Truck Stop & Restaurant in Bangor, Maine, elderly actor Dan repeatedly fails to get his line right. All Dan has to say is “Baked in a buttery, flaky crust,” but he, and his wife, seem to have a hard time getting it right. Watch the full commercial as well to see who ended up in the final cut.
[Sutherland Weston Marketing]
While promoting his new film Sully on The Ellen Show, actor Tom Hanks and host Ellen DeGeneres took a moment to discuss what it’s like being a voice actor. While doing so, the two reprised their famous roles as Woody from Toy Story and Dory from Finding Nemo/Dory, then told the audience to “close your eyes and imagine you’re in Pixar land.” Next came an improvised, adventurous scene where Woody meets Dory while searching for his hat.
Last Thursday, on Route 17 East in Binghamton, New York, there was a 10-car pileup and a dashboard camera captured the entire accident. Not only did the dashcam capture the chilling first moments of the crash, but it also caught the incredible moment bystanders risked their lives to save a stranger trapped inside a burning vehicle. At about the 1:45 mark in the video, the camera focuses in on the dramatic rescue. Surprisingly, the crash resulted in no fatalities and the woman rescued suffered only minor cuts and bruises. Police say the tractor-trailer’s inadequate brakes were a contributing factor to the accident, and the cause of the crash remains under investigation. The mayor of Binghamton, Rich David, uploaded the dramatic footage to his Facebook with hopes of finding these heroes so they can be recognized for their efforts.
[Mayor Rich David / ABCNews] [H/T:NYup]
On National Dog Day, Universal Pictures fittingly debuted the official trailer for A Dog’s Purpose, a comedy-drama film based on the bestselling novel A Dog’s Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron. The film shares story of one devoted dog’s journey in search of the meaning of his own existence. A Dog’s Purpose is currently scheduled to arrive in theaters January 17th, 2017.
[Universal Pictures / A Dog’s Purpose]
A few months ago, Vox video producer Christophe Haubursin took a roadtrip and got a ticket for driving in the left lane, so he made this video explaining exactly why drivers shouldn’t drive slowly in the left lane. Of course every state has different laws, to see your state’s “keep right” laws, click here.