In anticipation of “Project X“, Warner Bros. teamed up with Vice Magazine and released the “Party Legends” series. “Party Legends” features some of our favorite stars/artists/celebrities telling us their craziest party experience they ever had.
You can check out some crazy stories after the jump from Nick Swardson, Snoop Dogg, and Tyler, The Creator. For more visit Project X facebook. Enjoy:
You could say that Drive is one of those movies that I would love to watch. Not because Ryan Gosling jumped on the opportunity to play a darker and way more badass character capable of paralyzing women and making dudes hate him more. Not because the overall dark tone and superbly crafted directorship by Nicolas Winding Refn created the sexiest aesthetic I’ve seen on film in years. Not because the director is European. Not because it takes place in an honestly modern version of Los Angeles. Not because this film comes correct with the amount of violence…of which there is much.
I honestly don’t think it’s because Carey Mulligan waifed it up with her cuteness. No that can’t be it. If you ever see this movie just know that it isn’t for any of these reasons at all. It’s simply because every now and again I love a good movie in a shady ass theatre with extra sticky floors.
For this video of the week we have an older clip of Adrien Brody reading at Academy of American Poets in New York way back in April. While this is a person and setting that I usually wouldn’t find that interesting, I was surprised to see this man was reading a piece by the late and great Notorious B.I.G. Pretty cool to see a crowd of people exposed to a bit of culture they wouldn’t normally come near. Please divert your attention from Brody’s lame fedora and watch the video: