These belong in a museum.
These belong in a museum.
And some ways it’s not!
From blockbuster films like Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark to cult classics like Hairspray, how many of these iconic movies have you seen?
Wait — which porn star was in Ghostbusters?
The highest-grossing movies filmed in 30% of the states starred either Robert Downey Jr. or Shia LaBeouf.
I’d be the Chewbacca to your Han Solo any day, Harrison.
Because it’s the mileage, honey, not the years.
Artist Isaiah Stephens is back, and this time he is depicting the Disney men as pop culture icons.
Parental Guidance and a security blanket are strongly suggested.
And probably still wish you could be.
Unfortunately these movie based rides never left the development stage, but I am still holding out hope that they will build an Atlantis: The Lost Empire attraction.
Just because he’s fictional doesn’t mean he doesn’t get mail. The University of Chicago’s admissions department asked the Internet to help crack the case via its Tumblr. (via uchicagoadmissions.tumblr.com)
It’s never too early to raise the next generation of superfans. One day your kids will hate everything you like. Today is not that day.
I ain’t got the words. Just watch. (via twitter.com)
Photographer Nicolas Silberfaden shot a sad hero series called “Impersonators.” Check out depressed Indiana Jones, scared Aquaman, and hopeless Ariel.
Artist Fitz Fitzpatrick has rendered the characters from “Aliens,” “Lord Of The Rings,” “Star Wars,” and more in gloriously geeky 8-bit. It’s fun to identify all of your favorite characters in their super-simplified form. (via bitrebels.com)
Now you know where Indy got all the energy needed to defeat the Nazis. From the European VHS of “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Sorry about the quality.
Redditor Homerliwag, designed this beautiful ring for his girlfriend, who’s a true Indiana Jones fan.
YouTuber StooTV rounded up old serial adventure footage from 1919 to 1973 and then supercut a shot-by-shot comparison with Steven Spielberg’s “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Hmph, I thought I’d seen that Indy action somewhere before.
Once again, Red Letter Media tears Lucasfilm a new one.
An 18-minute walkthrough of one Minecraft gamer’s recreation of the Temple of Doom might sound a little painful to sit through (A.D.D., lol). But adding John Williams’ score makes the viewing totally worthwhile.
And lo, the torch was passed from Indiana Jones to Nathan Drake. It’s adorable how much he’s getting into the game.
I’ll stop the world and melt your Nazis. Because every movie needs an ’80s soundtrack. Watch Video ›
Mmm. Kelly Brook, throw me the whip! View Image ›
On Tuesday, May 22, 1984, fan boys gathered outside Mann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood for the opening night of “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.” The L.A. Times dubbed them “virtual Indiana clones,” since the word “cosplay” wasn’t part of the Hollywood lexicon. View Image ›
In honor of “Raiders of the Lost Ark’s” 30th anniversary, Lucasfilm partnered up with National Geographic and X3 Productions to bring “Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology” to art spaces worldwide. No U.S. tour dates have been announced, but you can hit the Montreal Science Center anytime this month to see Indy’s iconic discoveries. (via.) View List ›
Hey, it couldn’t be any worse than Crystal Skull. View Image ›
Kali Mah is a new herbal medicine that helps you deal with every day stress. Think of it as the new “mother’s little helper.” Watch Video ›