Our FAVE stoner duo are BACK in the explosive sequel to EPIC 2008 weed-centric comedy Pineapple Express!
Ch-ch-check out ALL the craaayyyzzeeee action (above)!
Obviously James Franco, Seth Rogen, and all the other HIGHlarious dudes behind upcoming apocalypse flick This is the End wanted to pull an April Fools prank, but we have to say we'd LOVE a second hit of Pineapple Express!
Although This is the End does kind of seem like the perfect pseudo-spinoff.
Plus, it's got Rihanna in it, so it must be as flawless as the the most perfect diamond weed bud!
Although this picture made it seem like Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes were expecting their first child together, the two were simply playing a little joke on the cameras snapping their pictures at the Academy of Country Music Awards on April 1st.
He playfully placed his hand on LeAnn's belly as if he was suggesting his third child was on the way, but he was simply poking fun at all the pregnancy rumors that are regularly floating around the internet about his wife.
We're glad to see this loving couple is able to let loose and laugh about all the gossip they are constantly the center of.
Fans were confused when Spanish soccer team, Real Madrid, announced that they would no longer playShakira's music before their home games.
Many thought their decision to stop playing Shaki was because of her relationship with Gerard Pique, who plays for their rivals, FC Barcelona.
Sources say though, that Shakira is still "extremely popular" with the Real Madrid fans and that it has nothing to do with her new bf. In fact, it was just an April Fool's joke and her song Loco was already heard playing at the team's most recent home game.
Glad it was just an April Fool's joke! Who could ever refuse to play Shakira's music??
You almost gave us a heart attack, Funny or Die people!!
If you happened to click over to the Funny or Die website today, you may have noticed that a certain internet sensation who has a fondness for Fridays has taken over the website.
VP of Marketing Patrick Starzan announced on Friday that Rebecca Black had purchased the website, saying:
"We have been bought by Rebecca Black. After turning down AOL’s $306-million offer- as well as other unnamed offers from media and technology companies – Internet sensation Rebecca Black has emerged as the new Funny or Die owner. Effective immediately, the site will be renamed Friday or Die."
"Friday belongs to me, and now Funny Or Die belongs to me," said CEO of Friday Or Die, 13 year-old Rebecca Black, "I can’t be any more clear about this other than this – Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday, Today is Friday or Die-Day, Tomorrow is Saturday," she added.
Luckily for us, it's all an April Fool's joke and after today we will (hopefully) never have to see or hear Rebecca Black on the Funny or Die website ever again.