Michael Bay and company continue to slaughter redefine the classic robot franchise. Movie website JoBlo was able to score a few pics of the action figure version of Megatron in Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon, and…and… he looks kinda bad ass.
I bet TRON Guy wet himself in his homemade TRON suit when he heard TRON: Legacy was heading to theaters. TIME Magazine’s website (of all places) is reporting that TRON Guy wasn’t allowed to wear his light-up TRON suit into a movie theater for a screening of the new flick.
The Flix on Stix scheme is simple: customers bring their own USB drive or SD card to a kiosk and rent a digital copy of the movie/s they want. Payment is made via credit card. The files will then delete themselves when the specified number of days are up.
…because Rogue Synapse’ freeware version of Starfighter will only run in Microsoft’s OS.
That’s not the actual cabinet used in the movie; Rogue Synapse says the original has been destroyed. The one in the picture is from the documentary.
Apple today took wraps off their brand-spanking new Apple TV, and it’s taking the device in a new direction from previous models. By removing the hard drive, and moving to a streamed-only delivery model, Apple was able to both shrink the Apple TV and get the price way down.
What would Star Wars be like if it was a silent film? It would be much darker.
It’s the dramatic battle between Vader and Luke, made slightly more comedic by the fast forwarded action, and the fact that Vader had the gall to ask for Luke’s cooperation right after chopping off the boy’s hand.
It’s Earth’s Mightiest Heroes wearing the Earth’s Lamest Costumes, in black and white! Ivan Guerrero, who’s made what he calls “pre-makes” of Star Wars and Ghostbusters, recently employed his fantastic film faking fkills skills to make an Avengers movie pre-make.
The guys at Japan’s Studio Mongoose are making some serious progress on their massively multi-iPhone display, for the first time showing off movie footage synchronized across multiple iPhones at the same exact moment.
Using a new piece of custom iOS software called SynchroMoviePlayer, they’re able to stream a single movie file, shared across all of the iPhones, and then broken up onto all of the screens.
I will say that my favorite Disney movie from my youth hands down is Tron. That was a cool flick and the only thing I really remember Jeff Bridges from. With the new Tron:Legacy film set to hit theaters you can count on lots of product tie-ins for the flick.
I”m sure that some of you would rather look at the actual posters of these geeky movies, but for me 25-year old Brandon Schaefer’s style actually calls out to geeks in that the things his art withholds are known only to those who have actually watched the movies they represent.
Skeptical about the PSP Go? Apparently, someone is worried you might be, since Sony has released a memo stating that the system will have 16,000 various downloadable items available at launch. That’s a pretty impressive number, at least on paper.
These amazing pop culture art works feature familiar movie and TV characters hand-sculpted from reclaimed metal.
The guys over at Art From Steel create over 450 different creatures out of recycled steel, ranging from Wall-E to the Terminator to Gundam and everyone in between.
Master modician Benjamin Heckendorn is known for his video game console-to-laptop transformations, but most of his creations are either commissioned works or are sold for a cause. This time he’s making something for himself, and he’s decided to go with a pinball machine.
I can imagine how a streaming service can send movies, HDTV, and high-quality music to homes, but games as well? Hmmm. That’s what XStreamHD claim they will provide, apparently via Care Bear satellite beams.
Seriously though, XStreamHD’s got a lot on their hands, and I’m not just talking about their patent-pending technologies.