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Rolling Droid Christmas Ornament

For a few seconds, the trailer for the upcoming movie Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens displayed an unusual droid with a rolling spherical body. It has been the subject of much internet fascination and speculation

The mysterious droid inspired redditor Budget_Raygun to make this Christmas tree ornament, which s/he planned to take to an ornament exchange.

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An Age Analysis For Disney's Beast

Most animated features are created with the assumption that the young viewers watching the film won’t actually look for truths, check the math, or otherwise deconstruct the facts presented in the movie looking for absolutes. The creators know there will be incongruities in every film but don’t bother fixing it when the viewers don’t really seem to care.

But an artist named Xibira proved she cares enough to do the math behind a little Disney film called Beauty and the Beast, and the results are shocking.

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25 Facts About The Simpsons Celebrating Their 25th Anniversary

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If you’ve been watching The Simpsons from the very beginning then you know they’ve come a long way from their early days, when they were fresh from The Tracey Ullman Show and lookin’ strange, but can you believe they just celebrated their 25th anniversary?

December 17, 1989 was the day an animated TV legend was born- The Simpsons are now officially the longest running scripted prime time series on television, and creator Matt Groening's life is hell no longer.

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The Simpsons are named after Matt's family members, namely his father Homer, his mother Margaret (who was a Wiggum before she became a Groening), and sisters Lisa and Margaret (Maggie), but decided the character based on young Matt should be named Bart. Matt probably didn't want to be associated with Bart's bad deeds, especially if his family tuned in to the show!

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CGP Grey Explains The Lord of the Rings Mythology

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You bet I snagged this video for you as soon as I saw who did it. CGP Grey takes an entire library of Tolkien writings about Middle-Earth and explains that universe in four minutes, or at least where the different types of characters come from. All this happened in that universe long before the rings appeared, which also happened before the events of The Hobbit or The Lord of the Rings trilogy, so Grey plans to tackle that part in an upcoming video. There’s a discussion thread about the video here. -via Viral Viral Videos



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An Honest Trailer for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

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Before you go see the final film of the Hobbit trilogy, The Battle of the Five Armies, take a look back at the previous film with Screen Junkies. Here’s their Honest Trailer take on the second movie of Peter Jackson’s opus, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. After watching this video, you might even think twice about fighting the theater lines for the opening of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies today. After all, it will probably be available in multiple showings over the next few weeks. -via Geeks Are Sexy



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Lord of the Rings Litter Box and Scratching Post

Tim Baker and his team of master prop builders can make anything. They've got the tools, the materials, and the skills necessary to create unique collectibles that will make any fan squeal with delight. That's why their show is called Super-Fan Builds.

We've previously seen their swing that looks like Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy. More recently, they made a Lord of the Rings fan very happy. He owns two cats, named Frodo and Sam, who now have access to litter box compartment shaped like a hobbit hole and a scratching post that looks like the Tower of Sauron.


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The body of the tower and the hobbit hole are made of foam. The hobbit hole is covered in dried lichen and decorated with wire and epoxy trees. The tower is covered with 650 feet of rope. The Eye of Sauron is catnip covered in fabric.

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Five Horrific Death Scenes In Disney Features

For all the feel good moments, empowering messages and adorable characters doing adorable things in our favorite Disney films there are just as many dark moments and bitter ends.

It may come as a surprise to some Disney fans that there’s a character (usually background/supporting) death in every single Disney film, from Scar's death by laughing hyena in The Lion King to Bambi’s mom being shot, but those deaths are pretty obvious.

What about the deaths you aren't supposed to think about- those which are justified by the main character's destiny, or the subtle off-screen deaths that occur without fanfare or recognition in the storyline?

You can find 5 examples of Horrific Deaths You Forgot Were In Disney Cartoons over at Dorkly, where they’re committed to revealing the grim truth about your favorite toons!



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Every Episode of Every Star Trek Series Ever, Ranked

If you’ve ever said you read Playboy for the articles, this would be the article to read. Jordan Hoffman took on the monumental task of ranking 695 Star Trek episodes -from The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and The Animated Series. The introduction implies that he may not have done it alone.  

I've been a rabid fan of the franchise since childhood and I've got the wedgie scars to prove it. While still maintaining a semi-functional adult life I pen the One Trek Mind column at StarTrek.com and host panels at Star Trek conventions. So when I present you with this complete ranking of every single Star Trek episode ever, it's not like we just shot photon torpedoes at the wall.

The first thing you’ll want to do is skip to the last page and check out the top ten. Then you’ll want to skim over and see where your favorite episodes rank. Then you may want to argue about it. The list can come in handy as a guide in deciding what to show a Star Trek newbie so they get the best out of their initial experience. And it’s not just a list -for each episode there is a brief explanation of its ranking. If you’re a serious fan, you can kiss your day goodbye, unless you work somewhere where Playboy is blocked. The list starts here. -via Digg



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The Office: Middle-Earth Edition

After saving Middle-Earth, Bilbo Baggins humbly turned aside the great treasures and honors offered to him. Instead, he went to work at a paper company. Gollum is his co-worker with serious hygiene problems. Gandalf is the general manager or, as he puts it, the "Lord of the Reams." He's a walking, talking, sexual harassment lawsuit.


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Martin Freeman, the actor who plays Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, hosted Saturday Night Live last night. He was inevitably typecast in one of his most famous roles. This tme, though, he took Bilbo to The Office.

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Iron Can

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Tony Starch is …Iron Can! In an upcoming movie, he goes head-to-head with the super villain Fabrice Crimp, who is out to put a wrinkle in Starch’s world. Can Iron Man flatten Crimp before he runs out of steam? This parody trailer by Anders Wotzke and Michael Nixon was two years in the making. Wotzke says it’s because he’s lazy. -via Viral Viral Videos 



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Admiral Ackbar's Mousetraps

Admiral Ackbar of the Rebel Alliance is most famous for his iconic "It's a trap!" line in Return of the Jedi. It is inevitable that he would one day decide to cash in and put his fame to profitable use.

Cullen Sweet made these mousetraps as an art project. He has a few extra and plans to give them away at the upcoming Star Wars Life Day Celebration, a Wookiee holiday.

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Clips From Classic Movies Which Aren't Available On DVD

It’s hard to believe that there are still hundreds, if not thousands, of movies out there which have yet to make it onto DVD, or any digital format for that matter, when so many stinkers have already gotten their own disc release.

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Classic movies like the 1987 version of Tennessee William’s The Glass Menagerie, directed by Paul Newman and starring John Malkovich, the cult sci-fi comedy Nothing Lasts Forever starring Bill Murray and Dan Akroyd, and Poor Little Rich Girl starring Shirley Temple have yet to make their way onto DVD even though the format is now over twenty years old.

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The New York Post put together 64 Clips from Movies You Can’t Find On DVD, which contains a surprisingly high number of fun to watch classic flicks which will hopefully get a DVD release when fans realize what they've been missing all these years!



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Speech Synthesis Choir

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James Houston created a Christmas greeting for the Glasgow School of Art last year using obsolete equipment to generate old-school synthetic speech singing “The Carol of the Bells.” The idea is about  repurposing Christmas gifts of the past.

The ensemble: A collection of vintage Mac computers, a Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum + 1 and a SEGA Mega Drive perform a rendition of "Carol of the Bells" with lyrics re-written by Robert Florence & Philip Larkin in the Mackintosh Library at The Glasgow School of Art. Jacket by Ten30.co.uk (Alan Moore, GSA Textiles alumnus 2008).

We also get the appropriate 8-bit graphics on nearby screens. You won’t be able to understand the lyrics, but they are posted at the vimeo page- and they are hilariously geeky! -via Metafilter



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Guy Celebrates His Thirtieth Fallout Style By Turning Garage Into Vault

Fallout fans really love the heck out of those bleak yet delightfully quirky post apocalyptic games, and when they want to create their own slice of irradiated heaven they get crafty, just like they would in the real apocalypse!

Fallout fan and Redditor VaultoftheSix wanted to craft his own homage to those good old fictional future days for his thirtieth birthday/Halloween party, so he turned his garage into a Vault.

Guests of all classes and alignments were invited to dress up faux Fallout for a No Mutants Allowed party in Vault 30, where the Nuka-Cola would fall like rain and the Pip-Boys would all smile and nod in approval.

Congratulations VaultoftheSix for reaching level 30 in admirably geeky style! I hope you enjoy all the perks that come with leveling through your 30s!

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10 Things That Prove The Zombie Craze Has Gone Too Far

It all started with George Romero’s classic film about the dead coming back to life with a taste for the living, and since those Cold War days the zombie craze has gone from geek niche genre to overblown pop culture sensation.

Diggin' on zombie pop culture is fine, but when you start surrounding yourself with zombie themed merch you’ve proven that the zombie craze has gone too far!

1. Zombie Gnomes Eating Flamingo Lawn Ornament-

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Zombie gnomes look pretty cool on your lawn around Halloween, but when those little bearded fiends are allowed to prey on innocent lawn flamingos the zombie gnome phenomenon has gone too far!

2. Snack Time Zombie baby prop-

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Zombies are pretty much exclusively adult content, because rotting corpses rising from the dead to devour the living isn’t exactly the making of a kid friendly program, and yet kiddie zombie merch keeps rolling out.

In this case it’s the Snack Time Zombie, a prop shaped like a zombie baby chewing on itself, because what parent doesn't dream of having a zombie baby hanging around the house?!

3. Human Body Part Bakery-

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People eating baked goods that look like people? It's zombie madness! Actually, they're just trying to fit in with their undead idols, which is just plain creepy. Even creepier- you can munch on this morbid bread made by Thai master butcher baker Kittiwat Unarrom even if you're a vegetarian!

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4. Zombie Max ammo-

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A Magical Christmas Tree Inspired by Harry Potter

Christmas is always a magical time, but Christmas at Hogwarts is just about as magical as it gets and while you may not be able to visit the castle in real life, you can at least bring a little of its spirit home with you thiss holiday thanks to Epbot.com.

These great geeks made an incredible Christmas display that Dumbledore himself would find impressive by concocting a tree inside a cauldron that is not only topped with owls, but surrounded by floating candles. 

You can learn to make your own enchanted candles at the link, but it's up to you to find a bunch of amazing Potter ornaments for your own tree.

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Behold The Retro Video Horror That Is Memory Hole

Since 1989 a television program called America's Funniest Home Videos has been sharing examples of finely crafted home video footage with television viewers. 

Vintage home videos, like those found on that famous home video clip show, are crawling out of their VHS slipcovers and into your eyeballs thanks to the video oddities at Memory Hole.

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The fine folks at Everything Is Terrible have let their finely honed instincts for bizarre visual fare blossom into the Memory Hole- a collection of remixed retro videos sure to elicit a response.

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Whether that response is the viewer yelling WTF?! with a smile or running away from their computer screen in a cold sweat depends on how old your eyeballs are, and how well you handle home video oddities like this disturbing little bathtub ditty:

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The Avengers Sing Christmas Carols

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The Avengers have the Christmas spirit! With the help of some editing by James Covenant, the superheroes sing some Christmas tunes. Then there’s a special bonus song by Groot. Really. -via Time



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Indiana Jones vs. The Spherical Droid


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For 2 seconds, the trailer for the new Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens, shows an astromech with a spherical lower body. It quickly rolls across the desert, then disappears from the screen. That droid has been the subject of much fascination in the internet.

What's so exciting to fans is that although this is the first time that the droid has appeared in a Star Wars film, it has already appeared in a George Lucas film. It was in the Indiana Jones film Raiders of the Lost Ark. So it is something of a homage to the founder of Star Wars.

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Ten Of The Worst TV Show Spin Off Series

Television shows that are lucky(?) enough to get their own spinoff series are guaranteed to look better by proxy when the spinoff series comes out, because let's face it- a vast majority of spinoff series are just plain awful.

Here are ten examples of how bad a television show spin off series can be:

1. The Ropers (1979-1980)-

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Mr. and Mrs. Roper were pretty funny characters when interacting with Jack, Janet and Chrissy, but on their own they just didn't have the ha-has to carry an entire show. The Ropers is far from the worst show on the list, and even though it lacked the comedic chemistry found in Three's Company, it lasted for two seasons.

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2. Baywatch Nights (1995-1997)-

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The Hoff likes to play larger than life characters, and playing Mitch Buchannon as a lowly lifeguard simply didn't thrill him, so Mitch started moonlighting as a private investigator with his cop friend and some other detective types and Baywatch Nights was born.

Baywatch Nights tried to be so cool, so dangerous and sexy, but the lack of bikinis and hokey dialog left audiences looking for a way back to the Bay. The show slipped further down the ratings toilet when they tried to add a supernatural element to the show in season 2, but Hoff's heroic sexy detective show didn't stand a ghost of a chance. 

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3. The Brady Brides (1981) and The Bradys (1989-1990)-

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The Brady Bunch was such a popular show that it gave birth to a whole host of spawn spin offs, and a few made-for-TV movies, one of which was called The Brady Girls Get Married, which led to the creation of the sitcom The Brady Brides.

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Are you able to keep up with this winding Brady television family tree? The Brady Brides was a total flop and only lasted ten episodes, but that didn't stop producers from taking another stab at bringing back Brady eight years later.

This time around it was a mini-series called The Bradys, and it was reformatted as a drama, what with the kids all grown up and experiencing the trials and tribulations of adult life and whatnot.

It served as a reminder that much of the Brady's appeal lay in the comedic moments on the show, and drama didn't really suit them at all.

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4. Joey (2004-2006)-

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Everyone thought the "how you doin'" bit was funny on Friends, and Joey seemed like a loveable enough character when surrounded by the rest of the Central Perk gang, but when he was given his own show we discovered just how poorly constructed Joey's character really was.

Joey Tribbiani had a totally two dimensional personality on his own, and his whole "dumb but lovable guy trying to figure out stuff like love and relationships" routine didn't appeal to audiences, so Joey's card was pulled midway through the second season.

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The Vampire Slayer

The following is an article from the book Uncle John's Fast-Acting Long-Lasting Bathroom Reader.

Many people have a favorite book, movie, or TV show that nobody seems to appreciate. And then one day it’s considered a “classic.” Here’s the story of an underrated television show that became a cult and critical smash.

FIRST BLOOD

After graduating from Wesleyan University in 1987 with a degree in filmmaking, Joss Whedon went to Hollywood to write for television. Doors were already open for him -his grandfather wrote for Leave It to Beaver and his father wrote for The Golden Girls and Benson- so Whedon was able to land jobs on the sitcoms Roseanne and Parenthood. But he found the work dull and uncreative. He wanted to develop his own characters, in his own style. He wanted to do something different. (Image credit: Gage Skidmore)

So he decided to write a movie script that would follow a classic horror film formula, but with a couple of major differences.

* First, it would be funny and the dialogue was snappy and fast-paced.

* Second, Whedon flipped the character structure. The young blond girl who typically appeared in horror movies as a hysterical, screaming victim, was the hero. Men were helpless victims, not the heroes.

* To make it even more ironic, Whedon named his heroine the cutsiest, anti-action hero name he could imagine: Buffy Summers.

* The plot of Buffy, the Vampire Slayer: a high school cheerleader dates boys, attends class …and fights vampires, demons, and werewolves. And at the end, Buffy ends up not a hero, but an outcast when she burns down her school gym because it’s full of vampires.

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Star Wars: The Golden Years

Filming for the first Star Wars movie began in 1976. The actors weren't kids back then, so they've certainly aged a lot in the intervening 39 years. Now, in The Force Awakens, Luke, Han, Leia, Lando, and Chewbacca have new challenges, such as mobility, endocrine health, and diminished mental acuity.

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In this great sketch from Saturday Night Live (content warning: foul language), you can see how well the actors have held up. No one is going to jump around a sail barge anymore without breaking a hip in the process.

The scene with Leia trying to figure out R2-D2's controls is perfect.

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41 Great Deadpool Cosplays


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The merc with a mouth is finally coming to the big screen. Ryan Reynolds, the actor who briefly played Deadpool in the 2009 movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine, will reprise the role in a feature-length film about our favorite psychopath.

To mark the occasion, Uproxx rounded up photos of 41 fantastic cosplays of Deadpool, including him as Sailor Moon, the Eleventh Doctor, Groot, and a French maid. The photos are divided into 2 posts, which are here and here.



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9 Fake Products We Wish Were Real

Every year, generally around the first of April, products are introduced that get our hopes up then dash them against the sidewalk like a soda bottle, as the pranksters tell us we were fools to believe such a product could exist. But we live in a world full of clear toasters, bubblegum flavored toothpaste and pajama jeans, so why wouldn’t we believe in the power of new products?

These nine products could have changed our lives, but instead they’re just something we wish actually existed.

1. Accordion Hero-

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The accordion has fallen out of favor with the young folk, except those rare kiddie polka fans and merchant marines under ten, but Accordion Hero could have brought the squeeze box back to the front of the stage where it belongs. Sadly, it was nothing but a cruel joke played on those of us who enjoy that unique accordion sound, but one guy did manage to create some semblance of the game with a toy accordion, so that's something:

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2. The SlipQuit-

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Quitting your job isn't as cool as it looks in movies and TV shows- you just announce you’re leaving then walk out, no dramatic monologue, just the act of quitting and the workplace left behind.

But that was all about to change thanks to the SlipQuit, the strap-on inflatable slide pack that was supposed to make quitting fun! Imagine quitting by yelling “adios mofos!” then jumping out a second story window onto a SlipQuit, sliding into the parking lot, and the annals of workplace history, like a real boss.

3. Animatronic Admiral Ackbar-

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Big Mouth Billy Bass showed us that a talking animatronic fish can be fun, at least for a few minutes at a time, but imagine all the fun you could have hanging out with a Star Wars Admiral Ackbar Singing Bass talking about all those darn traps! 

ThinkGeek teased us with this geeky piece of home decor a few years ago, and despite an outpouring of Star Wars fan love we're still stuck with tired old Billy...use the force to make it so, ThinkGeek!

4. Chicken Wing Ice Cream-

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Aren’t you tired of eating foods that are just one thing? Sick of "the man" telling you when it's okay to eat? Don’t you want to break with tradition and start eating dessert all day long? Then you're like me- someone who desperately needs some Perry's Chicken Wing Ice Cream in their lives.

Too bad we're stuck dreaming of what it would be like to use Sriracha, or barbecue sauce, to make the ultimate ice cream sundae...

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10 Comic Book Characters That Were Offensive At First

Many comic book readers won't recognize Black Maraih -that's probably because she has only made one appearance since 1982. Her disappearance makes sense though when you consider that she's an over-the-top stereotype of both blacks and the overweight. Of course, she wasn't the only offensive character to ever grace the pages of comics. 

This great TopTenz article does a wonderful job rounding up ten of the most offensively stereotypical comic book characters of all time and the results are equally fascinating and discomforting.



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The Terminator: Genisys Trailer

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The fifth Terminator movie Terminator: Genisys marks the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger to the franchise. It is a retelling of the events of the first film surrounding Sarah Conner, now rendered in a  parallel timeline that has been altered by other time travelers the principles weren’t aware of when they set things in motion. You can’t really call it a reboot, since it is a different story, just set in the same time, and believably connected to the original timeline by the weird but familiar temporal distortions the story is based on …except for a few pesky things like the actors being different and Arnold being 30 years older. The movie could be either a shot in the arm for the franchise, or as terrible as our worst fears. Either way, we have to wait until next summer to see it. -via Gamma Squad



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Raiders of the Lost Ark Made Simple

You know how hindsight is 20/20. Three decades later, Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman have figured out how to shorten the plot of the movie Raiders of the Lost Ark in a way that makes perfect sense. It probably wouldn’t have sold quite as many tickets, though.* See the rest of the story at Dorkly.     

* I would have bought one anyway because Harrison Ford.



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Sixteen Different Eras Of Batman

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Batman is such an iconic character that it's pretty easy to imagine him in different getups with different gear, and he never seems to lose his Batty appeal no matter what he's wearing.

It's fun to imagine Batman patrolling the streets of a Gotham City from long ago, or embracing the future with a bit of flash and a new attitude, and this universality makes the Caped Crusader the perfect subject for fan art.

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Check out this collection of Batman fan art that reveals what he might look like in different eras both historical and fictional. It's like taking a tour of the Bruce Wayne Museum of Possibilities, and proves that no matter the time or place Batman will eternally look sharp!

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The Jingle Cruise: When The Jungle Cruise Goes Holiday

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Last year, people got pretty darn excited when they heard that Disneyland's Jungle Cruise was going to take on a fun holiday twist for the first time ever. Unfortunately, after experiencing the ride, many visitors (myself included) were more than a little disappointed to find out the "Jingle Cruise" mostly consisted of a changed ride script and a spruced up waiting area. 

This year though, Disney went all out on the ride, trimming the trees and decking the hippos. Since most of you probably won't get to experience the update yourselves, here's a fun video showing that when it comes to Christmas, even animals can enjoy a visit from Santa -even if it's just to get the chance to munch on one of his famous reindeer.



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