Well, we may have an idea what that viral video starring Back to the Future's Doc Brown was all about. It appears that Nike may actually release the Power Lace sneakers featured in Back to the Future II! Now that tech items from the Back to the Future film series are possibly being manufactured, can hoverboards be far behind?
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has revealed his outfit as character, Roadblock in the upcoming G.I. Joe 2: Retaliation.
While the actor and former WWE Superstar has been using his Twitter mostly to talk smack about John Cena to hype a match with him at Wrestlemania next year, he's also been using it to give some insight into the embattled G.I. Joe sequel, which has been recently making news more for its mass exodus of director and cast than its story.
The above pic came from his latest tweet.
The Dark Knight Rises has officially revealed the first image of Anne Hathaway as she will appear as Catwoman.
Amidst a plethora of leaked photographs and video from the film's exterior shooting in Pittsburgh, director, Christopher Nolan got the jump on the inevitable involuntary reveal with this official photo of Hathaway as Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman riding one of Batman's high tech rides. (In this case, the Batpod on which we last saw Batman playing a game of chicken with the Joker.)
However, more pics of Selina's ride down steps on a snowy Gotham day have already emerged. Check them out below!
While The Dark Knight Rises did some massive exterior shooting in Pittsburgh, PA over the weekend, it seems that details of the film were exposed to passersby as they snapped their pictures. As a result, a floodgate of set photos and videos have been unleashed onto the web showing Tom Hardy in full costume as he will appear in the film as Bane, as well as a few glimpses of Batman's new high-tech ride.
Check out some of them below!
There are very few comic book characters that come with a heavy dose of jingoism and bombast pre-installed for your enjoyment. Superman has been pictured in front of the stars and stripes so many times that we can give him an honorary Uncle Sam Jr. badge, and Iron Man has become a representation of the United States in many ways, buffered by his filmic message of peace through superior firepower. But it's Captain America who stands alone at the head of the line as a character from the funny pages meant to embody not just a hero, but the hopes and dreams of an entire nation as well.
The series on Southern California's National Public Radio brings in a range of actors, writers, athletes and other cultural icons to share their favorite and most inspiring songs. Last year, X-Play's Morgan Webb was featured with her selection of favorite songs for gaming but this time, Chris spoke with KCRW's Dan Wilcox about his picks.
- Barbra Streisand & Barry Gibb - "Guilty"
- Grant Lee Buffalo - "Mockingbirds"
- Crowded House - "Hole in the River"
- Psychedelic Furs - "The Ghost in You"
- Radiohead - "Let Down"
Who knew Hardwick was such a Streisand fan? Click here to listen or download the show online.
You probably aren't old enough to remember dial-up modems, but, children, there was a time that connecting to the internet was not only slow, but noisy. That noise is ingrained in the mind of everyone who had to endure it, but, thanks to awesome "slowing things down" technology, we can now hear it...700% slower!
What does it sound like?
Mix the soundtrack for Inception with some of the creepiest ambient noise you've ever heard, and it's pretty close. But ,don't take my word for it, listen for yourself! Now!
Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt and his (now Ving Rhames-less) team of stealthy high-tech operatives now find themselves blamed for a terrorist attack on Russian soil. Joined by the likes of Jeremy "Hawkeye" Renner and Simon Pegg, they're on the run from secret insidious forces whose roots are likely sinister and deep.
The action appears solid and intense, as director, Brad Bird seems to be adhering to J.J. Abrams' formula for the last film, mixing gritty action with the occasional over-the-top stunt. Plus, the now-famous pictures of Tom Cruise filming a bungee jump off Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world now comes to life with new excitement...and Spider-Man gloves!
The film is set to hit theaters on December 16.