Keanu Reeves can do literally anything he puts his mind to. Is it because he's naturally gifted and works hard? Fat chance. We've wondered for years why he never ages, and now we know. Anyone could get good at anything if they've had centuries of practice. Anything except finding a second way to deliver lines, that is.
The Civil War was a dark time in American history. Soldiers from both sides had to struggle to put their lives back together in its aftermath. At least for one solider, I'm glad to see he was able to get back on his feet and say "Bye, Bye, Bye" to the things that were tearing up his heart.
Conan is so hilarious we often forget how tall he is. The gregarious ginger is a mountain of a man, which could be imposing on a battlefield. Luckily, he appears to have given up his life of war long ago and sticks mainly to comedy these days.
Nic Cage face swaps are disturbingly hilarious. But little did we know that Nic Cage's face is a face swap from someone else. Can't say I'm surprised. After all, this isn't the first time we've seen Cage take someone's face... let's just hope it's less ridiculous than when he did it with John Travolta.
Whoever that is on the left, they seem like a jerk. I don't mean to be a wild and crazy guy, but I bet they're a dirty rotten scoundrel. I wouldn't want to run into them on any planes, trains or automobiles.
If you weren't convinced that Leo could tackle any role, take a gander at this. He can play a rugged mountain man that survives a bear attack. And he can also apparently perfectly portray a 1950s housewife. That's called range, people.
There are all sorts of little known facts about Philip IV. For example, did you know that his decisions were based on the amount of thumbs ups he received from all those who followed him? He was also known to secretly spy on people and start fights between family members on political matters. Glad those sort of things don't still happen today.
When you think of Paul Revere's midnight ride, you likely don't picture it rocking your socks off. I now dare you to picture it any other way. What better way to warn that the redcoats are coming than having your main man Kyle blast out tasty tunes behind you while you harmonize the greatest warning in the world?
Before his death, Michael Jackson hired an artist to paint pictures of him, and they were insane. Apparently, that was just the beginning. It looks like millenias ago, the King Of Pop may have been a King Of Egypt and demanded others create images in his (eventual) likeness.