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The first entry into what is now a trilogy, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has released its second trailer.
Nearly a year after its debut trailer satiated fans who have waited a long time for J.R.R. Tolkien's first Middle Earth novel to hit the big screen, this second one goes a bit deeper into obstacles that await Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, and the baker's dozen band of dwarves.
Besides giving us more scenes with the hideous goblins our heroes will encounter under the Misty Mountains, we also get our first real glimpse of ex-Doctor Who, Sylvester McCoy as eccentric, nature-loving wizard, Radagast the Brown.
Check out the trailer below or risk getting taken by giant trolls who argue how they should cook you.
Long ago, another Batman said, "Some days, you just can't get rid of a bomb."
True...at least not without the right astronomically-expensive equipment only affordable to billionaire playboys who like to spend their free time cavorting in cool costumes as vigilantes.
Regardless, this little comic might actually change your understanding about what happened at the end of The Dark Knight Rises.
While Batman was called the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now, it turns out he might be better suited to be the pop-star it both deserves and needs.
Now, thanks to the folks at Crumb Stoppables, that concept no longer has to be imaginary, as we see Batman has saved his grizzled voice from interrogating criminals for the task of swooning the city with his smooth songs.
Justin Bieber's hit, "Girlfriend" has never sounded so chock full of JUSTICE.
This (obviously fake) Star Wars shirt is either trying to draw tourists by capitalizing on American jingoism, or it's a really ill-conceived attempt to corner the market on Italian Star Wars fans.
...Although this would explain why Porkins, the heavy-set X-Wing pilot was aligned with the Rebellion. The Empire probably outlawed Walmarts and electric scooters.
Sure, Andy may have given him up, but that wasn't going to stop Buzz from fulfilling his destiny of saving the universe.
Now, (at least, according to this toy packaging, which is certainly legitimate,) he joins a freshman class of Avengers along with Kingpin, The Thing, and Batman as the newest members of Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
It looks like "He Who Must Not Be Named" has done that which shall not be mentioned, embedding himself into a timeless masterpiece.
Now known as "Volda-Lisa," he's biding his time to find a way out of this predicament and get his revenge on Harry Potter after making him go out like a punk in Deathly Hallows Part II.
After returning from his meeting with the big brass atop OCP Tower, RoboCop would deliver these four directives...err, commandments, the fourth of which remained unknown.
All the Terminators who were worshiping a gold ED-209 were forced into humility in the presence of "Murphy's Laws."
Thanks to this brilliantly-edited montage of footage from the James Bond movies, all eight versions of 007 (yes, even George Lazenby,) have been thrown into an intense race against one another to the death. -- Albeit a smooth, suave, handsome death that would make a lady undertaker all tingly.
It's the ultimate showdown of driving skills, cunning, and STD's.
It turns out that the villains of the DC Comics universe are not as dumb as we thought.
Of course, if they really wanted to occupy Superman's time, they could rig the system so that "Clark Kent" gets summoned to jury duty A LOT.