Grouper.com has just launched a new channel called “ScreenBites“, on which fans will be able to watch some of the most memorable scenes from Sony Pictures Entertainment’s (SPE) extensive library of memorable films and television shows and then purchase the full-length film or TV show on DVD or digital download.
For the first time, movie fans will have access to classic scenes such as Cuba Gooding Jr.’s “Show me the money!” scene from Jerry Maguire and Robert De Niro’s “You talkin’ to me?” Taxi Driver performance, along with other iconic movie and TV gems, which can then be embedded on blogs and profile pages across the web, using Grouper’s groundbreaking one click Web-posting feature, and shared with friends.
Skeeball is not for the kiddies anymore! Add some beer, music and a bar and you have Brewskee Ball. LX.TV has a clip featuring the newest craze: Brewskee Ball, the first competitive skeeball league that takes place at a bar! Everything goes down at Ace Bar in the Lower East Side in Manhattan:
Also from LX.TV, we have a night out at Hollywood’s exclusive club “Les Deux.” Sylvain Bitton of LA’s Dolce Group and his crew spend an evening at the exclusive club and introduce us to some of the “Beautiful Babies.” On this particular night, the ladies from MTV’s The Hills (Heidi and Lauren) make an appearance:
Have you ever wondered what you’re really getting when you order a burger and fries from a fast food chain? Fox Searchlight’s Fast Food Nation, in theaters on next week, wants to help clue you in. They’ve created two videos in support of the film: The Meatrix II 1/2 and Backwards Hamburger.
In The Meatrix II ½, our heroes Moopheus, Leo and Chickity learn firsthand about the problems with meat processing. Produced by Sustainable Table and Free Range Studios for Participant Productions and their Fast Food Nation social action campaign.
Do you want lies with that? Backwards Hamburger takes a backwards look at how your fast food burger is processed from eating it in your car to the meat packaging plant to the actual cow. Produced by Free Range Studios for Participant Productions and their Fast Food Nation social action campaign.