Every sci-fi spaceship in current knowledge. Brought to you by Dirk Loechel. Super impressive. Especially when you note that these are actually all done to scale, with 1 pixel = 10 meters.
Anyone else think that Stargate’s Atlantis city-ship is kinda ridiculously small?!
It seems that this Shanghai cinema just assumed that Thor 2 was in fact a love story between two powerful, godly men with flowing hair and rippling muscles who…
Yep, I knew that me trying to post this would quickly turn into fan fiction. Seems a cinema in Shanghai accidentally put up this fan-photoshopped poster for Thor 2.
This can be seen as actually a really positive sign – even in Shanghai, a poster of two men looking quite intimate for an action movie (and not, say, Brokeback Mountain) wasn’t immediately recognised as fake. This could be seen as that homosexuality is becoming a little more normalised, and that it isn’t totally outrageous that the main character of a superhero movie may have a homosexual love interest.
If only that would actually happen now.
This is apparently a first instalment of a series that will be premiering in America on October 28th after Conan in a show called “The Pete Holmes Show”.
Professor X tries explaining to Wolverine that his powers are a liability in this sketch that debuted during “The Pete Holmes Show” panel at New York Comic Con.
Did you like this sketch? Be sure to watch more installments of “Ex-Men” on the “Pete Holmes Show.” We premiere on October 28th after “Conan,” and we’ll be on weeknights at midnight/11 central.
It’s pretty funny – and let’s admit it, there’s a nugget of truth here. Though he doesn’t seem to mention the fact that Wolverine’s ACTUAL mutant power is his rapid healing, not the adamantium skeleton (that was installed later, because of his healing ability) but still…gave me a good chuckle.
Because I hate Wolverine.
Yes, I said it. Jean Grey all the way baby! Telekinesis is totally the most awesome power. And she’s telekenetic AND psychic. Boom.
And then Storm. Because Aurora is such a damned badass. Go watch X-Men: The Animated Series and you’ll see the awesomeness that is Storm – “I SUMMON THE ARTIC WIIINNNNDDDDDSSS.” Love that crazy chick.
This is a fan trailer, and a wonderful example of why there should be a Wonder Woman movie. They say there’s not enough content to create a solo movie for Wonder Woman? Well considering how they’ve mauled every other superhero movie, I don’t think that’s a real problem. The comics didn’t sell well when they first came out? Hello – the rise of feminism has seen an entire generation of female geeks, not to mention feminist men, who are dying to see a Wonder Woman film now…we’re a very different society from when the comics first came out.
The care and effort that has gone into this trailer is the proof.
Make a Wonder Woman movie already! (And not just as one of the characters in the Justice League!)
In which silly faces, dancing in-costume and script gaffes abound! The Mary Sue first posted about this, along with urgent encouragement to watch “before it gets taken down!” from the host video collection site. We recommend likewise!
(If you’re having trouble viewing the video, check it out here.)
The 2013 box office hit pulled us into the world of giant robot ‘Jaegers’, created to lead humanity’s fightback against long-buried kaiju monsters. Pacific Rim delivered a fun and at times even riotous sci-fi adventure which was surprisingly uplifting for a post-apocalyptic flick. Personally, I was very pleased to see Australia finally get a feature in a genre which is all-too often solely America-centric. (Let’s face it, Striker Eureka was the best-looking ‘bot of the group!)
Pacific Rim is set for DVD and Blu-Ray release on October 15.