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Super Golden Friends

Posted July 10, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Clearly, fighting crime with the Super Friends could only last so long and the ultimate betrayal would come when Wendy & Marvin, along with the Wonder Twins finally had the oldies put into a retirement community in Miami, where they still engage in coquettish banter and act sassy and stuff.

In the subsequent years, Aquaman would finally achieve an ironic, "omg he's old, but he says the wackiest things" kind of fame, even guest-hosting Saturday Night Live after waging a Twitter campaign.

(The) Flashdance

Posted July 9, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

(The) Flashdance

He runs in place faster than any other hero.

He's just a Keystone dude on a Saturday Night looking for someone to greenlight his damn movie, already.

When he tries to dump water on himself, the molecules move too slow to hit him.

The last time he took his passion to make it happen, he ran himself to death.


The Dark Knight Rises: New Featurette

While The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters in just a little more than a week, this new 13-minute featurette is well worth committing the time as director Christopher Nolan, along with the film's cast and creative forces show how much went into the massive undertaking that was this film. 

We also get some fascinating perspective on the film's intentions, characters, plot, and it really drives home the fact that this, indeed, is the finale to Nolan's groundbreaking Batman films and they intend to go out with a bang.

In the movie, Batman's been sitting out on the sidelines for eight long years, and now , it seems that a new, massive, (albeit unintelligible) threat has arrived claiming to be Gotham's reckoning.

Instead of watching the world burn, watch the new featurette below!

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The Hobbit Releases New Poster

On the heels of Comic-Con, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has released an impressive new promo poster that's enough to raise the heart-rates of nerdkind everywhere.

After having seen a brand new set of photos last week, this poster, while not revealing anything that we don't know, is effective in its ability to depict the iconic imagery of Gandalf walking into the grandiose, peaceful, idyllic countryside of the Shire. He'll soon be sending Bilbo Baggins on the defining experience of his life, full of goblins, Gollum, giant spiders, trolls, and a talking, ornery fire-breathing freaking dragon!

You don't have to be a Baggins, Brandybuck, or Took to check out the full poster below.

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Despite the stigma of being a too-quick reboot featuring a relatively-unknown star, The Amazing Spider-Man managed to nab the top spot at the box-office this past weekend, bringing impressive (albeit not record-breaking) numbers.

However, it might be the case that the film needed a little more old-school intrigue. Well, thanks to this mashup of the film's trailer with footage of the 1967 classic cartoon series (which now serves-up myriads of Internet meme pictures,) we can see for ourselves if that's the case.

Robocop Remake Releases Viral Teaser

The upcoming remake of Robocop just released its first bit of teaser footage in the form of a viral video spotlighting the robotic military hardware of OmniCorp.

The video introduces us to a futuristic world where corporate-owned flying drones patrol cities, and the iconic walking tank-killer, ED-209 walks the streets. However, we are given some brief glimpses of a new streamlined (and CGI) Robocop, introduced as the RC-2000, "where human resources meets robotic engineering."

Thank yourself for your cooperation and check it out below!

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"Stab me, hunt down my family, imprison me, chop off my head and stick it on a pike and I shall become more powerful than you could possibly imagine."

Jaime wasn't angry at the guard for stabbing Ned from behind with the spear during his duel, implying that he thought he didn't have the skills to win on his own. He was just upset that such a savage weapon was used in a "civilized" lightsaber duel.

Rambo: Killing Dirt Like Commies

Back in the war, he was in charge of millions of dollars of equipment. Now, he scrubs your s**ter.

Vietnam may not have been "his war," but the vendetta he has against dirt, dust, mildew, and grime most definitely is.

Mold and bacteria spit on him and call him "baby killer."

At first, his mission was just to confirm the presence of imprisoned clean spots with photographs. Things changed.


Don't Be A Stormtrooper

Posted July 6, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Don't Be A Stormtrooper

It's a shame that their formative period on Geonosis was spent determining whether or not emergency alarms were drills.

When it comes to aiming at stuff and finding the droids they're looking for, the Empire clearly made some cutbacks in the genetic quality control of the troops after the Clone Wars.


"Aw, jeez, dude. Not only do you suck at singing, but you had to go and sing THAT song and remind me of Joel Schumacher's Batman movies?!

Come on! I'm trying to get my swag on for The Dark Knight Rises and you're killing it!"

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