XVP Comedy has created the viral Jurassic Park video to end all viral Jurassic Park videos. Jurassic World star Bryce Dallas Howard got a lot of attention (both good and bad) for doing every scene of her dino disaster blockbuster in high heels. So what if EVERYONE had high heels…even the raptors? If this doesn’t make you laugh, check your pulse.
NBC 4 in San Antonio is reporting that Serena Beuford, 27, is in a coma after suffering major injuries at her local gym. She was filming a video for Instagram while doing squats and her butt implants ruptured.
“…she heard a loud pop. Soon after, she fell to the floor screaming in agony… saying that her butt was gone.
According to Beuford’s sister Jackie, Serena had visited an unlicensed clinic to get a 64-inch bottom.
She said her sister wanted to become famous on Instagram. That clinic is now under investigation.”
Doctors say the damage affects her colon and lower intestines, and that it will take several major procedures to undo the damage done.
Butt implants aren’t a good idea (do you really want to be a Kardashian that badly?), but if you must undergo plastic surgery, make sure it’s with a reputable and certified physician.
In a stream of late night tweets (for American fans at least), celebrated author and philanthropist J.K. Rowling has confirmed that a new Harry Potter story will premiere in 2016…but it won’t be on film.
I’m also very excited to confirm today that a new play called Harry Potter and the #CursedChild will be opening in London next year.
It has been a huge pleasure to share with them (and soon, with you!) this untold part of Harry’s story. #CursedChild — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 26, 2015
The new play will no doubt break box office records in what will be a banner year for Potter fans. This new play featuring Harry himself, plus the new Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film trilogy starring Eddie Redmayne, and the opening of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood. It’s a great time to be a wizard!
As the play will be a huge success in London, we hope to see it replicated on Broadway and on tour in the United States as soon as 2017.
Start the video and put it in full-screen mode – then follow the directions (hint: you’ll need to put your finger in the middle of the screen). Then enjoy 3 and a half minutes of bliss. Namie Amuro’s got a catchy little beat going here too!