Goodbye Ping Ping, the World’s Smallest Man

It’s more than a month overdue, and for that we apologize, but we only recently learned of the passing of Ping Ping, the world’s smallest man. We miss him already, and we never even got a chance to meet him. We do however have this tribute video:

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Admiral Ackbar Warns You: It’s A Trap

I picked up Gentle Giant’s Admiral Ackbar bust really cheap the other day and was. Of course, in sharing such a find, it elicited a host of “It’s a Trap” responses from people. So I went looking for fun Ackbar videos, enjoying the Robot Chicken sketches, and then found this one that I hadn’t seen. […]

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Trey & Matt Respond to Network Censorship

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER — Trey Parker and Matt Stone have issued a statement about Comedy Central censoring Wednesday night’s “South Park” that suggested that this the first time in the history of the show that the duo haven’t been able to “stand behind” an episode. Here’s their statement: “In the 14 years we’ve been doing South […]

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Pokemon: Gotta Buy ‘Em All Video

I’m corny, sure. I love the original Pokemon cartoon theme, despite never really getting into Pokemon themselves. Must be a generation thing. That said, I absolutely LOVE this Pokemon video from the guys at College Humor. Frickin’ hilarious. See why:

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Ricky Gervais. Stephen Merchant. Warwick Davis.

From VARIETY … Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, creators of “The Office” and “Extras,” are collaborating on new laffer “Life’s Too Short” featuring Warwick Davis, the 3ft 6in thesp familiar to film fans from “Star Wars” and “Harry Potter.” The 30-minute, single camera pilot is “an observation comedy which follows Warwick’s day-to-day life in a […]

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Star Wars Ewok Gospel (with Billy Dee?!)

Don’t stop watching before 1:20…

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WETA Legs!

Weta Legs are a unique, low profile, professional grade reverse leg stilt for creature and costume performances in movies, television, theatre, circus, street performances and other creative performances. Something previously reserved for commercial film and television projects, they are the first of their kind available commercially to the public!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! $936.42 US Dollars right HERE!!!!!!!!

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Ed Catmull and a Peek Inside the Pixar Process

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TRON Update

Tron Legacy Theme – Daft PunkbyVerbisware.com A brief recap of what’s been going on in the world of TRON’s future… -The third TRON film. Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, the “Lost” writers/executive producers who worked on “Legacy,” have begun writing a sequel to the studio’s new sci-fi tentpole. No details have been released because it […]

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Disney Theme Park Update

With summer upon us, lets check in to the parks on both coasts for what we can expect in the near future… None of this is brand new information, but here’s a brief recap of the amazing future awe coming to Disneyland and Walt Disney World: — TRON – lots of merchandise to support the […]

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James Cameron’s Music Video (with Paxton and the gang!)

From YouTuber HDvisionmag — In 1988, Bill Paxton and vocalist/guitarist Andrew Todd Rosenthal formed a short-lived rock duo Martini Ranch. They recorded and released just one album entitled Holy Cow, which included inputs from Devo members Mark Mothersbaugh, Bob Casale and Alan Myers (all of whom contributed to the album’s hit “How Can the Labouring […]

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Burton: From Alice To Aurora

Angelina Jolie is in talks to play a Disney villain. The 34-year-old mother-of-six is said to be on the verge of signing on to play Maleficent, the evil fairy, in a live-action remake of Sleeping Beauty. Tim Burton is reportedly directing the film. The original animated movie was released in 1959. Maleficent was the wicked […]

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The Awesomeness That Was Apollo Smile

Apollo Smile, “the live action anime girl” hosted SciFi’s Anime Week back in 1998. Lucky for us, one fellow- Apolloite taped the three movies (Galaxy Express 999, and Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer) and clipped together Apollo’s hosting segments from a couple of the movies. Apollo Smile later went on to do a voice in […]

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Kick-Ass Takes Number 1 Spot!

False alarm! Kick-Ass bested those poorly-written Dragons to inch into the number one spot over the weekend! The best super-hero film of all time took in $19.8 million and How to Train Your Dragon took in $19.6 million. Read more about the numbers HERE. My theory is that the Dragons took in as much as […]

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“Now Switch… to KryptoNIIITE!”

Nic Cage arrived on the set of “Kick-Ass” with a plan to imitate the kooky diction of Adam West… but he didn’t bother to tell anyone before the cameras started rolling, which left director Matthew Vaughn and the cast momentarily baffled. Read all about the awesomeness that Cage brings to his portrayal of “Big Daddy” […]

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iPhone 4!

You are looking at Apple’s next iPhone. It was found lost in a bar in Redwood City, camouflaged to look like an iPhone 3GS. Engadget reported it. Gizmodo got it / disassembled. It’s the real thing, and HERE are all the details.

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Avatar Fans, Morph Yourself Into A Na’vi in Los Angeles

To help promote the upcoming Blu-ray release of Avatar, The Grove LA mall has added a new free-standing structure that will morph the faces of shoppers into Na’vi. The “event” starts today and runs for a month, and we’ll be sure to get some of this in action.

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Star Wars Uncut – The New Trailer

Star Wars Uncut is almost ready for primetime. The project is fused with 15-second clips created by fans who essentially remade Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, but preserved the existing audio. It’s a mix of live-action, animation, LEGO stop-motion, action figure, dogs and other wacky elements and it’s absolutely amazing. Check out the […]

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Mega Piranha – The First Must See Film of 2010

Do you like the Brady Bunch? Do you like Tiffany? Do you like scores of giant man-eating fish attacking humanity, helicopters and everything else on the planet? Then you, my friend, are going to love this trailer for MEGA PIRANHA.

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Screw You

So let me get this straight,  Louis Leterrier.  You had me in your forgettable remake of Clash of the Titans only to make a snide comment about me, acting all above the original?   Sorry, am I missing something?  Outside of the special effects do you really think what you did there was so vastly superior?  You didn’t have a single […]

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