OK, when you put it like this, it is a little creepy. Inconceivably so. [Via: Geekologie]
Makeup artist Laura Jenkinson has an unusual technique that brings fictional characters to life around a human mouth. Check out Laura’s Facebook page for many more including Eric Cartman, Aladdin and a Minion.
After using the phrase “axis of awesome” to headline a piece on Doctor Who in Rio earlier today, I remembered where I’d heard it before. It’s a good a reason as any to remind folks of the Australian band of that name showing why four chords in particular may sound familiar.
If you thought the director commentary track debuted with DVDs, think again. This is taken from the (now out of print) 1991 Laserdisc release. This is audio only, so you’ll need to source the movie elsewhere for the full effect, but the uploader has added a series of still shots from production and the movie […]
Here’s the trailer for a documentary to be released tomorrow looking at the life of Star Trek’s George Takei. Over seven decades, actor and activist George Takei boldly journeyed from a WWII internment camp, to the helm of the starship Enterprise, to the daily news feeds of five million Facebook fans. Join George and his […]
Specifically Pierce Brosnan, who appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. It seems that back in the day, one of these men played the game more than the other…
Reddit user hilwise found this posted to their door: [Via: Nerd Approved]
Number one is actually for a performer’s work rather than a specific scene, but given who it is, it would be churlish to complain. Be aware this contains the home invasion scene from A Clockwork Orange which some people may find particularly unsettling.
You know…the Tony Stark-decrypted files thing is a very good point. [via Screen Junkies]
As you’d imagine, this is spoiler-heavy. So, bearing in mind that “easter egg” is a somewhat loose definition, did anyone spot one that’s missing from this clip?
A Japanese company has created movie “makeup” that can be applied instantly and changed without a break – by effectively turning a face into a projection screen. Omote’s technology works in a similar way to the motion capture used in many games. As CNET explains: Taking his inspiration from the Noh mask, Asai first laser-scanned […]
Following on from our piece yesterday about Disney reportedly working on Blu-ray releases of the original versions of Star Wars episodes IV, V and VI, here’s a documentary about a fan project that’s already doing a similar thing unofficially. Star Wars: Despecialized Edition is an attempt to take the original release, without the edits and […]