For those who thought a ‘Princess Bride’ reunion was inconceivable, think again. Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Billy Crystal, Chris Sarandon, Carol Kane and Wallace Shawn appeared on ‘Good Morning America’ to wax nostalgic on the beloved movie.
Four people recently found themselves in a precarious situation when a plane crashed into a ferris wheel at a rural festival in Australia, trapping two men in the plane and two children on the ride, MSNBC reports.
In this incredible amateur video which was shown on ‘Today,’ a group of heroic bystanders in Logan, Utah approached the wreckage of a car crash and lifted a burning, 4,000-pound BMW off the motorcyclist who was trapped underneath.
Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters has made no secret of his scorn for ‘Glee.’ Grohl told the Hollywood Reporter in March that he doesn’t believe musicians should feel pressured to allow their music on the show and reiterated that position in a big way on ‘Chelsea Lately’ last night.
Grohl told Chelsea Handler he took issue with Ryan Murphy after the ‘Glee’ co-creator bashed musicians for not permitting their songs on the musical comedy-drama.
This footage of a mysterious object in the sky, which aired on ‘Today,’ probably won’t change anyone’s opinion of UFOs. But it’s bound to at least spark some debate.
During a live traffic news broadcast on KXAS in Fort Worth, Texas, a tower camera caught a bright object that appeared to fall from the early morning sky at 5:40am. But rather than descend straight to the ground, the object veered off at a 45 degree angle.
One pooch recently proved he’s alpha dog material by driving away a shark in the waters near One Arm Point, a remote community in western Australia. Good boy!
In a YouTube video featured on ‘Today,’ the dog can be seen paddling contentedly through the ocean while two sharks lurk beneath the surf. It’s difficult to gauge the size of the fish, but they certainly appear to be large. The dog showed no fear, however, and dove beneath the waves to deliver a bite to one of them.
Earlier in the week, a massive storm dumped almost 12 inches of rain in less than hour on Montreal, causing the city’s sewer system to swell. In this amateur video shown on ‘Today,’ a cameraman filmed as a geyser of water blew off a manhole cover and lifted a parked car into the air.
The geyser started slowly at first, lifting the car only inches off the ground. But eventually, a massive torrent of water exploded from the sewer system and hoisted the backend of the vehicle several feet off the ground.
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