The company that makes tiny bobbleheads of Deadpool, Pikachu, and Conan O'Brien is now paying homage to the intense filmmaker.
"When he came to see my new film at the time, the first thing he said was: 'Werner, I'm dying.' I said, 'Yes I can see that.'"
One of them is 'The Lion King.' Another is a choir of shepherds from Sardinia.
Trust me, it’s peak Werner.
The volcano scientist behind (and front and center of) Herzog’s new documentary on how science mixes with magic, and the beautiful danger of volcanoes.
'Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World' is an infomercial-turned-dystopian nightmare.
A clip from his new documentary showcases the dark side of the cloud.
"You keep thinking: are these people for real? Are they doppelgangers? What could be the story of them? What are they doing? How have they partied? What brought them together?"
"Do they bite each other's hands? Do they punch each other?"