Watch aspiring filmmaker Laz Rojas's self-produced one-man showcase, which he wrote, shot, directed, and starred in, playing 102 different roles.
After creating an ambitious demo tape in which he portrayed more than 100 different characters, aspiring filmmaker Laz Rojas went on to make a full-length feature film and a collection of video game mods.
On this episode of OUTSIDER, we track down aspiring filmmaker Laz Rojas, who tried to capture Hollywood's attention by playing over 100 different characters in a four-hour one-man showcase.
The organizers of LA Pride sparked controversy after rebranding Pride into a music festival featuring headliners Carly Rae Jepsen and Charlie XCX.
With Prince, Bowie, Whitney, and MJ all gone, I figured now would be the time to document the couple of hours I spent in the presence of mega-famous pop diva, Mariah Carey.
Great news: The world's most terrifying killer meme is becoming a franchise.
As a Tibetan, it sucks that Hollywood is downplaying Tibet's existence to make more money.
We spoke to Kevin Blatt, the king of celeb porno, to find out how his business works and how the sex tape industry is developing.
We spoke to the director and star of the biopic about the legendary trumpeter's drug-fueled adventures in the 70s.
Hollywood is drowning in nostalgia and milking every franchise known to man, and now it's coming for Beetlejuice. It's time to take a stand.
Tracing the career of Eddie Mannix, the MGM general manager who allegedly helped to cover up rape, abortion, and possibly even murder.
Chris Rock and the Academy brought race issues to center stage last night. Things got awkward, but were they awkward enough?
"Something that pompous and over-the-top as the Oscars is just begging to be ripped apart! It's like there's a big red balloon in front of you and you're holding a big, sharp pin—what are you going to do, not pop it?"
Vic Armstrong got his start in 1966 and went on to become Harrison Ford's regular stunt double and eventually coordinating stunt sequences for some of Hollywood's biggest films.
If you weren't already rich and famous enough to be given luxury items for free, it's easy enough to swap a $55,000 trip to Israel with a $6 framed picture of Larry David.
We're throwing a premiere party for the short film in Hollywood this Friday night, before it airs next week on Motherboard.
Then we meet a guy who's becoming an authority on Mexican baseball without watching any of the games.
It seems like most people can handle an average of six winters in New York City before they flee west, and the reason is pretty obvious—LA is beautiful and there is a seemingly unlimited amount of fun shit to do while the sun's out.
If you're looking for old Hollywood glamour, my advice would be to stay the hell out of Hollywood, especially on New Year's Eve. It is, to thousands, a perfectly perverse place to drunkenly celebrate the passing of another year.
Was Mad Max even Australian? Of course it was.
We spoke to the director of Repo Man and Sid and Nancy about his career and the new film he's crowdfunding.
After failed adaptations that were supposed to star everyone from Jack Nicholson to Bill Murray, David Boswell's cantankerous cult comic book character has finally gotten the film it deserves.
Aziz Ansari's new Netflix series Master of None confirms we're in the golden age of Asian-American representation in Hollywood.