Four minutes long, one shot and zero discernible errors. The folks over at Canadian firm 2D Photography worked on their Rube Goldberg device for over six months before they filmed the completed version you see here. Fair Warning: It really is an amazing contraption, but the experience is slightly tarnished by the subtle (and not so subtle) product placements throughout the video. (Via)
Movie trailer voice: It's Christmas in L.A. and New York cop John McClane is on his way to see his wife. Instead ... *machine gun sound effect* ... he's going to have to derp-a-derp-a-doo.
Jack Jasra made this great Assassin's Creed/Star Wars mashup tribute art. He thinks this is what could happen if the Animus 3.0 could access memories of a former life from long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away. But just in case you think Ezio works better as a
wimpy badass Jedi Knight, he went and made that, too. (Via)
NBC's ill-fated attempt to reboot Wonder Woman was over before it started but if "Bronson" Director Nicolas Winding Refn has his way he knows exactly who gets the title role if he gets the greenlight on his Wonder Woman project. Who's with me on demanding it be in 3D?
There's a tear in my beer 'cause I'm crying for you dear.