Happy Friday to you! There must be a full moon out tonight or the moon is in retrograde or something because folks seem to be doing the MOST lately. Take today’s Friday Funnies post for example. This was all made possible because a FAN requested to get slapped by A-Team actor Quinton “Rampage” Jackson.
According to TMZ, Rampage was leaving Los Angeles’ Greystone Manor this week when a fan came up to him and made the strange request. And Rampage did just that, making sure he stated before doing so that he was doing it at the request of his fan. Way to avoid a lawsuit, dude! I don’t know you but I don’t want anyone slapping me in the face, fan or not. But I guess some people will take anything! Check out the clip, when you continue…
Last night, President Obama released a short documentary online highlighting his achievement in the White House as part of his re-election campaign. The short is titled, “The Road We’ve Traveled”.
Directed by Oscar-winner An Inconvenient Truth helmer Davis Guggeinheim and narrated by Tom Hanks, this film gives an inside look at some of the tough calls President Obama made to get our country back on track. From the economy, education, healthcare and military action, this takes you in to the situation room.
Actress Rosario Dawson is joining Amtrak to celebrate National Train Day on May 12. She is serving as spokesperson for the 5th annual event and sharing her love of train travel. National Train Day takes place at train stations in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Los Angeles, as well as communities across the States, highlighting the unique perspective or the American landscape passengers enjoy from the comfort of their seats when travelling by rail.
Rosario is one of the most versatile actresses in Hollywood. Some of her upcoming projects include, The Blind Bastard Club which she will be playing alongside Lenny Kravtiz, an indie with James Earl Jones, and she will be going to Mexico for an upcoming role in Chavez, a biopic about the Mexican civil rights activist, Cesar Chavez.