Here are few pieces of early concept art that were created for Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool. These were done by conceptual artist Andrew Leung before Tim Miller was even on board to direct the project. This is a note from Leung that accompanied the art:
"I worked on an early pitch of Deadpool before a director was decided upon. It's interesting to see what ended up carrying through and being used in the actual film."
This key frame art visually brought to life an early draft of the script that was written by Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, and Ryan Reynolds. They include a scene from the epic freeway battle; Deadpool lying on a bed bleeding; Blind Al putting together some IKEA furniture while Deadpool is sitting down holding a TV remote in his little baby hand; and one in which Wade Wilson meets Vanessa for the first time in the bar.
Have you ever wondered what was in a 4K camera? Neither have I, but this video got me curious! What's Inside? takes a look at the innards of the high priced recording equipment, and while they don't know much detail, it's crazy to see how much stuff is packed into such a tiny camera!
Check out the video and that super thick lens below!
Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker and Carrie Fisher's General Organa reunite for the first time since Return of the Jedi in this photo from the set of Star Wars: Episode VIII. Both actors are in costume and seem to be enjoying some relaxing downtime on the set.
The photo was shared by co-star Oscar Isaac with the following note:
“She had no patience for pretense or small talk. She saw through things, at a different angle, with the gritty wisdom that comes from the hardest lessons. And, man, did she make me laugh. Will miss you dearly, Carrie.”
Fisher had already finished her work on Episode VIII, and there's no information on how her untimely death will affect the rest of the saga, but at least we will get to see her as Leia one more time.
It's been hilarious watching all the videos of people attempting to use their Alexa and failing! My favorite so far is this sweet little boy who wants to hear the Winnie The Pooh song "Tigger Tigger," and Alexa starts reading a porn title! Things get NSFW pretty quickly, but it's only language and it's so funny and innocent I doubt your boss would mind that much. Check it out below.
Also, check out this guy screaming at Alexa because he thinks it's named Trevor...
2017 brings a fresh start for many things, including a beloved video game series! Sega is letting some independent developers attempt to recreate the 2D magic fans of Sonic The Hedgehog...read more on Gametyrant
One of the reasons why I love the sci-fi film Arrival so much is because it told an intellectual sci-fi story involving aliens using an approach that made an attempt to use real science. We all know Hollywood likes to embellish things a bit, especially with sci-fi movies, but according to this new Science Vs. Cinemavideo, the filmmaking team that created the film actually came very close to real scientific theories and practices.
The science of the Denis Villeneuve-directed film is discussed and evaluated by Mathematica creator Stephen Wolfram, SETI astronomer Seth Shostak, and linguist Jessica Coon. The video is almost 30 minutes long, but it's absolutely fascinating, especially if you're into real science and aliens.
When you're from a certain area and an actor in a movie tries to adopt your native accent, it's normally pretty easy to tell whether they've gotten it right or very, very wrong. But not many of us are qualified to make the same judgment about accents from different areas of the world. That's where Erik Singer comes in. He's a dialect coach, and in this video for Wired, he breaks down 32 actors' performances and talks about whether they've nailed their accents or what could use a little work. See if your favorite ridiculous accent made the cut here:
There is a mighty fine replica of Jyn Erso's Stormtrooper doll from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story floating around Etsy right now! For just $45 you can order one that's made from the following...
This is an 11" tall polymer clay figurine strung together with thick waxed cotton cord. It is a replica of the Stormtrooper doll seen in Star Wars Rogue One.
As this item is hand sculpted and painted; they may slightly differ from the pictures you see here.
Yours will be unique and one of a kind.
Based on the material it's definitely more of a display thing than it is a play thing. I'm surprised we have to go the unofficial route to purchase this! I figured Disney would've been all over this! Check out some pictures below, and purchase the doll on Etsy here.
While we wait to see how director Phil Lord and Chris Miller's Han Solo standalone film turns out, we have a fun and charming Star Wars fan film that centers on the character for you to watch! It's called "Han Solo: A Smuggler's Trade," and it focuses on one of Han's early adventures as he embarks on an adventure to rescue his friend Chewbacca. It feels like a perfect mix of Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
The Universe's favorite intergalactic smuggler sets out on an epic quest to rescue an old friend. He uses his mechanical skills, cunning wit, and his creative interpretation of the rules to fight, flirt, bribe, and barter his way to victory. But will it be enough? Before there was A New Hope, there was Han Solo -- just an outlaw trying to survive in a galaxy more corrupt than he is... and far less forgiving.
The movie was directed by Keith Allen and stars Jamie Costa as Han Solo, Cory Leeper as Chewbacca, and Doug Jones as Gyorsho.
Star Wars and steampunk. I don't know if we'd go as far as to say that they're two great tastes that go great together, but they're definitely two massively popular pieces of pop culture that have transcended their origins and become a way of life for obsessive fans. So in a way, blending them seems only natural.
This video from AWEme (via LaughingSquid) takes you step by step through the process of building an R2-D2 steampunk teapot. If you're still clueless about what this means, you'll understand everything you need to once you realize that one of the listed elements of creating this thing is "old stuff from an electronics junkyard."