Think the smell of thousands of sweaty nerds is bad? Metacafe's Matt Zaller discovers something even worse during his interviews for Comedy Central's Workaholics.
Take a quick tour through Batmobile history with Metacafe's Talia Chriqui and Batmobile expert & wrangler Tony Wood.
Who better to talk to the cast of a show about incompetent doctors than an incompetent interviewer?
Romaine lettuce, a comic series named "Colon," and an edible human foot all make an appearance in Matt Zaller's interview with Paul Scheer and Rebecca Romijn.
Blood, guts, and levitating coma patients? It's all at The Coma Experience just outside of San Diego Comic-Con.
Ridley & Tony Scott's "Coma" is a two-night special event on A&E, premiering on Labor Day.
Comic-Con isn't just cosplay & Hall H. Metacafe's Talia Chriqui takes us on a tour of the best Comic-Con exclusive merchandise.
Rob Corddry opens up about his pubic hair and his striking similarity to Samuel L. Jackson.
Bryan Cranston sits down with HitFix's Katie Hasty to talk how working the 'Breaking Bad' series made a family of the cast
Sharlto Copley tries to convince Matt Zaller that he's tougher than Matt Damon. The gunshot scar helps.
Happy Comic-Con week! In addition to a preview of this year's SDCC, today's episode also reveals details on Ubisoft's new Assassin's Creed movie tie-in, Borderlands 2's "Vault Rewards" program, and more!
Matt Zaller and Matt Damon hang out all the time. Visiting Disneyland, throwing back some beers, tying up and gagging each other. Just regular guy stuff.
Real men don't do slumber parties. They do lumber parties.
Matt Zaller talks with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Emily Blunt, and director Rian Johnson on the red carpet for Looper at Comic-Con.
Matt Zaller pushes through the crowd to interview Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis. Will Ferrell pushes a dinner cart to crash the Iron Man 3 red carpet.
Most people would be intimidated by Robert Downey Jr. Luckily, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis aren't most people - and we've got the exclusive raw footage to prove it.
Director Len Wiseman takes Matt Zaller through the decision to switch from film to digital.
Finds out Darth Vader is in fact NOT in the Silent Hill sequel.