Often, a music video is created and released a few weeks to a few months ahead of the actual song’s release date. Other times it is released a little later. In the case of Louis Armstrong’s “What A Wonderful World,” it came 53 years later.
53 years after this iconic song was recorded, Louis Armstrong is finally getting an official video to go with it!
Long before Disney acquired Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Pictures tried out their own superhero in 1981 called Condorman starring Michael Crawford. It failed at the box office but the film has gained a few fans over the years.
While the new live action version of Disney’s Mulan doesn’t feature any songs from the original film, it does feature a new song featured during the credits. Christina Aguilera sings “Loyal Brave True.”
Ryan George isn’t an influencer, but he plays one on TV. Actually, he creates funny videos and posts them on YouTube. Here he makes fun of social media influencers who make money with their “brand” and Instagram posts.
Comedian John Crist has been away from the public for months due to some personal issues (he talks about it on his Facebook page if you really want to know) but he’s back and in rare form.
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Mark Rober is a former NASA engineer (which seems impossible since he looks like he’s 15) but today, he builds “Ninja Warrior” challenge courses for squirrels. (Looks like someone needs … Continue Reading Man Builds a Ninja Course for Squirrels
I don’t know who Gus Johnson is, but this is one funny video.
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Different strokes for different folks.
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Aha! I thought so.
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Can’t think of a more appropriate song or video for a day such as this.