Burger King disguised one of their locations in Queens, New York as the ghost of McDonald’s for a Halloween prank. The restaurant was covered in sheets and the sign read “BOOOOO! Just kidding. We still flame grill our burgers. HAPPY HALLOWEEN”
This week, Arnold Schwarzenegger released an epic new video in which he pranks fans by posing as a wax figure of the Terminator at Madame Tussauds wax museum in Hollywood. Watch what happens when fans pose with the “wax” Terminator… and he suddenly comes to life!
Schwarzenegger is partnering with charity fundraising platform Omaze to offer one lucky fan (and a friend) the chance to attend the Terminator Genisys premiere and after-party, simply by donating $10 (or more) for entry into the raffle-like drawing, benefitting Schwarzenegger’s charity After-School All-Stars. But act fast, as this flash-campaign ends Saturday, June 20!
On Wednesday’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, host Jimmy Kimmel received help from HP as he pulled his annual holiday prank on neighbors John Krasinski and his wife Emily Blunt.
To get them really good this year, Kimmel went over with a crew and spent seven hours covering their home with holiday decorations. The festive prank was complete with Christmas carols, giant toy soldiers, and falling snow.
Customers at a cafe in New York City’s West Village were shocked to watch an angry young woman use her “telekinetic powers” to lift a man off the ground and cause other supernatural trouble in an elaborate staged prank. The stunt was made as a clever promotion for Carrie, the upcoming remake of 1976 horror flick of the same name. The movie opens in theaters on October 18th, 2013.
To show off the image clarity of their new 84 inch Ultra HD TV, LG frightened unsuspecting job applicants in Chile by staging a fake meteor crash during their interview.
When these unsuspecting individuals entered the office, they were nervous about a job interview, not about the end of the world. That is, until the end of the world happened right before their very eyes! The IPS screen, disguised as a window, was so high-def that people were — apparently — ready to run when they saw the meteor drop.