Actors Could Force IMDb To Hide Their Age

A new California law gives some actors the right to force sites such as IMDb to stop listing their age. Supporters of the law say it will fight age discrimination while critics call it an attack on free speech. The law comes after a previous court case in Washington State that ruled that sites are […]

Funko to Release “ReAction” Dark Crystal Action Figures

If you’re a big fan of Jim Henson and Frank Oz’s The Dark Crystal, you’ll be happy to learn that Funko will soon be releasing a full line of Dark Crystal action figures. Each figures will come packed with a piece of The Dark Crystal, allowing you to build the whole thing after purchasing the […]

Happy 20th Birthday Nintendo 64: The Nintendo 64 Song [Video]


Nintendo 64 celebrates it’s 20th Anniversary today, and for the occasion, our friends Chad and Angie from The Screen Team wrote a fun song! Check it out! [Screen Team]

Batman Vs. Batman Fan Film Edit is Amazing


Batman’s most recent movie outing was not as well received as the Dark Knight Trilogy that came before it, and that was enough fuel for ScreenRant to pose the following cinematic question: What would happen if Bale Batman fought Batfleck? Now obviously we are all wise enough to know this will never happen, but the […]

The Deadpool Rap: Dead to the Pool to the Pool to the Dead [Video]


Dead to the pool to the pool to the dead: If it doesn’t make sense, then it’s all in your head! A fantastic new song by the always amazing and entertaining Dan Bull! [Dan Bull]

Hardware Music: “The Final Countdown” Performed on 64 Floppy Drives, 8 Hard Drives, and 2 Scanners [Video]


Watch as the “Floppotron” performs Europe’s “The Final Countdown” on 64 floppy drives, 8 hard drives, and 2 scanners. For those who’ve never seen the machine, the “Floppotron” is a computer hardware orchestra that uses the power of old hardware to create music. It was built by ‎firmware engineer Paweł Zadrożniak. [Paweł Zadrożniak]

Russian Superhero Film “Guardians” Gets a New Trailer + US Release [Videos]


Please enable Javascript to watch this video Set during the Cold War, a secret organization named “Patriot” gathered a group of Soviet superheroes, altering and augmenting the DNA of four individuals, in order to defend the homeland from supernatural threats. The group includes representatives of the different nationalities of the Soviet Union, which each one […]

Deal of the Day: 100 Science Fiction & Fantasy Books to Read in a Lifetime

For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon is offering a selection of what they think are 100 of the most epic and awesome sci-fi and fantasy books you should read in your lifetime. There are many great authors in there, including books by Neil Gaiman, Arthur C. Clarke, George R. R. Martin, Ray […]

Ryan Reynolds Approves: When Pikachu Meets Deadpool, Pikapool Emerges [Pic]


Ryan Reynold recently posted this on Instagram, and I have to say, mixing Deadpool to about any characters that exist can only lead to awesomeness. Except for Barney. No one want to see Barneypool become a thing, unless it’s Deadbarney. Oh, and the Teletubbies too. #MaximumEffort — Just found out who did this… @zbrushatpixologic Une […]

Simpsons Time: The Simpsons Parodies “Adventure Time” in Newest Couch Gag [Video]


The Simpsons likes to make fun of all sorts of pop culture phenomenons in their couch gag intros, and this week, for the “Monty Burns’ Fleeing Circus” episode, the show decided to parody “Adventure Time.” Check it out below! “Monty Burns’ Fleeing Circus” will air on Sunday, September 25th as the opening episode for Season […]

The Legend of Zelda as a Studio Ghibli Movie [Video]

Artist Matt Vince inspired himself from various Zelda x Ghibli posters he created a while ago to animate his vision of what a Legend of Zelda would look like after going through the minds of the artists working at Studio Ghibli. Needless to say, this is only the vision of a fan and will likely […]

When Tim Burton Meets Superheroes [Gallery]


We all know Tim Burton for his special dark and gothic style, but apart from his Batman movies (1989, 1992,) I’ve never seen the man create art that focuses on superheroes. But now, thanks to artist Andrew Tarusov, we now know what superheroes would look like when drawn using the style of “The Nightmare Before […]