When TV airs live, there’s bound to be some mistakes made–occasionally incorrect b-roll, vulgar man on the street interviews, a rogue skateboard that hits a reporter in the head. Thankfully, 2014 had no shortage of amazing news bloopers.
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After a year packed to the brim with almost uniformly terrible news, BBC Middle East correspondent Quentin Summerville felt that some levity was in order. So he shared a video of himself losing his composure while standing in front of eight and a half “tonnes” of burning opium, heroin, and other narcotics.
While we can’t say for sure that he was subsequently stoned out of his mind, it’s a pretty reasonable explanation for the fit of giggles that renders Summerville incapable of completing his report.
Star Wars fans who attended this past year’s San Diego Comic-Con were lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a rare blooper reel from the original installment of George Lucas’ space fantasy series.
Now, the previously unreleased footage has made its way onto YouTube for everyone to enjoy!
The outtakes as you see them in the clip were discovered by Lucasfilm book division author and editor J.W. Rinzler who stumbled upon the rare footage while compiling archive footage for a making-of production.
Though the first few bloopers do not feature any sound, we’re sure all you Star Wars fans will enjoy the two and a half minutes of footage nevertheless.
Check out the 36-year-old reel, featuring Han, Luke, Leia, Chewbacca, plus a few more memorable Star Wars characters below:
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Alright, Bachelor fans, I’m turning the camera on us, because it’s time we have a confessional of our own. Let’s be real. We haven’t tuned into this show for the past 25 seasons solely because we like to watch people fall in love, because nine times out of ten, that love doesn’t last longer than a few months (unless you’re a poet/firefighter/triathlete who finds your baby-talking perfect match). So why do we tune in? For those moments that make us embarrassed to be a member of the human race purely because we have to associate ourselves with some of the individuals on the show, that’s why. READ FULL STORY
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