Kermit the Frog meets his nemesis in the new Muppets movie trailer, 3 sassy young girls build the best Rube Goldberg contraption, Air New Zealand take us to Middle Earth and everyone seems to be doing the splits. Welcome to Fun Video Friday.
Dove, GEICO, Evian, Kmart and Budweiser all rank amongst the most shared video ads of 2013 but there are also some surprises in the list such as the appearance of Volvo and their Jean-Claude Van Damme splits routine which has already attracted 1.82 million shares only 8 days after its release.
A coffee shop prank, a table full of healthy Halloween treats, a girl that poops and a fireman saving a kitten all won a place at the top of the 20 most shared, branded video ads during October 2013. Amazingly, 'Dumb Ways To Die' is still holding strong after nearly a year in the charts.
YouTube's live streamed Music Awards Show was either a great success or a damp squib, depending on whether you bought into Spike Jonze's vision. It certainly generated a lot of headlines for the site today. This, and other news from the day in online video.
Welcome to the first Fun Video Friday of November 2013 and never mind the kids, we all know it's the adults who are going to be looking forward to the new Lego Movie more than anyone. Luckily for them, Warner Bros have released a brilliant new trailer featuring God, Batman and Abraham Lincoln.
Halloween is upon us again and there have been some fantastic videos released to celebrate the best of the holiday. Watch Batman appear in a range of horror films, kids getting trick or treated with healthy snacks and a lots of handy ways to kill a pesky pumpkin.
Did you know that the way we were taught history alters our perception of the subject to an almost alarming degree? Or how popular 4am was as a TV and film reference? Or how delicious the giant cloud rat is? You will after watching our videos of the week.
It's Friday so lets take a few minutes to catch up with some of the best videos from the best 7 days including the making of the biggest Twinkie in the world, some of the worst YouTube comments and a supercut of the wrong cats in the wrong place at the wrong time.
What better way to promote your new horror film than to recreate the drama and tension right in the middle of a busy New York coffee shop. Sony have done just that with their trailer for the remake of "Carrie" and it's hilarious. Except for the unsuspecting customers of course.
That was the week that YouTube announced its Music Video Awards (please bring Miley and Sinead together), Vevo launched in Germany, GoPro unveiled a better, smaller camera, Netflix brought HD to iOS and everyone made an "I Quit" dancing video and uploaded it to YouTube.