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Disney animation fans got a special treat today, with the release of a brand new trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2. The trailer shows off the latest adventure where Ralph and friends have to travel into the Internet to find a replacement part for Sugar Rush.
This is the best news I’ve heard all day. A new Fallout game is coming! It all started with a livestream on Twitch that was a video of a Vault Boy bobblehead in front of a screen that featured Fallout’s “Please Stand By” alert.
A Galaxy Quest television series has been rumored for some time, but nothing ever came of it. That’s okay, because this Star Trek spoof series looks like it could be even better. Seth MacFarlane and Jon Favreau have stepped up to give us The Orville.
The dream of giant robots battling it out for our pleasure is alive my friends. And almost here. The folks behind the MegaBots Kickstarter have released the first trailer for their upcoming web series which will follow the trials of building a 10-ton, 350HP combat robot.
IBM’s Watson supercomputer has added yet another skill to its resume: It can now make movie trailers. 20th Century Fox had Watson programmed to make the first AI-made trailer for its upcoming thriller film Morgan. It’s a fitting movie for Watson, since Morgan is a sci-fi flick about a group of scientists who created a humanoid machine that rapidly goes out of control.
You can create almost anything using LEGO bricks. And with a talented filmmaker and editor, you can make some cool movies too. Or as in this case, a cool trailer. It is the Ant-Man trailer recreated in LEGO, and it is awesome.
Well, it had to happen sooner or later and now the trailer for Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age of Ultron has been sweded. And the end result is pretty hilarious. Dumb Drum did an awesome job since this sweded trailer looks completely ridiculous.
You’ve probably heard by now that the crew behind The Simpsons has been working on a special episode. In fact, they have been working on this for two years – The LEGO episode! You can see it this Sunday on FOX, when Brick Like Me will finally air.
I have some fond memories from my childhood watching the Captain America series in reruns on television during the summer. I will admit though, Captain America is probably my least favorite of the Avengers and I thought the first Captain America movie was a little too cartoonish compared to the quality of other Marvel superhero films.
If you’re a fan of the BBC science-fiction series Doctor Who you probably know that the series has been on the air for 50 years. That’s a long time for any television show to be on the air and I imagine much of the success comes from the premise in the series allowing the actor who plays the Doctor to be replaced on a whim.
If you’ve been reading Technabob for any length of time, you probably know that we’re huge fans of LEGO and LEGO paraphernalia. Now, it turns out that Hollywood is jumping onto the LEGO bandwagon with the upcoming release of The LEGO Movie.
Earlier tonight, Sony strutted its stuff with the new PS4 – albeit without actually showing the console – along with a number of new games headed to the next-gen console. Sony has now posted high-def announcement trailers for five of the titles shown tonight, and I’ve compiled them for you guys here.