Uh-oh, Richard Dreyfuss might be turning into Nick Nolte.
The "internetty things" that shaped your lunch breaks in 2011.
"This is Dedicated to the thousands of people who are standing up for what they believe in."
Anne Hathaway is the 99 percent.
Usually, laughter is contagious. Unless it's Bill O'Reilly and Dennis Miller laughing endlessly about gays, immigrants, and disenfranchised protesters.
"We didn't want to trivialize it."
"Maybe Pawnee will be up in arms."
Occupy Wall Street finds its voice in the Chocolate Rain dude.
After criticized for OWS profiteering.
Not with money or resources, at least.
Way before Occupy Wall Street, the guys behind Wonder Showzen got their hands on footage from the Mint, and they put their signature spin on it.
OWS gets CRUNK.
The money spent by places other than California to lure movie shoots just never pays off.
First amendment, MTV-style.
You get it, right?
Just doing their best to stay topical.
"People were like, 'Superman is as American as apple pie and baseball.' But it doesn't mean that the people who bake apple pie and play baseball can't have a conscience as well."
More from Zuccotti Park.
Russell Simmons, however, has plenty to say on his behalf.
He made an appearance last night.
"X-O, we won't go"?
"You guys have done a beautiful fucking thing."
"We wish the best of luck to the protesters there, but contrary to earlier rumours, we will not be appearing today at Occupy Wall Street."