At long last, the mind-bending mega-jolt of crack and the deliciousness of seafood has come together for a new product that will leave you licking the delicious shrimpy residue off your lips while knocking off liquor stores at 5 AM.
In the latest production video for The Hobbit, director, Peter Jackson, with a plethora of the film's stars give us a look behind the magic curtain that is the production studio in Wellington, New Zealand.
As always, we are treated to all the nuances of life on the set that really brings home the massive nature of this production. However, besides all the behind-the-scenes, destined-for-Blu-ray-extras goodness, we're also treated to a few unexpected things: Dwarves...on skateboards...having lightsaber duels...throwing karate kicks.
As if that wasn't enough, we also get a look at Orlando Bloom, all decked-out with elf ears and flowing hair, ready for another go as Legolas. But, he may need to watch his back, as another actor who is more cost-effective (and space-effective) may be looming over...err, under his shoulder to usurp the role!
In what may sound like a bit of "I've heard this before" news, director, Michael Bay has announced that the upcoming fourth film he's helming in the Transformers franchise will indeed be his last.
While discussing the new $100 million Transformers-themed 3D ride at Universal Studios Hollywood, Bay briefly touched on some tidbits for the fourth film. In an interview with the LA Times' Hero Complex, Bay reveals that part 4 will "include some redesign of the robots and an entirely new cast."
Just as he did during the promotional phase for last year's Dark of the Moon, Bay states that this will be his last film in the franchise. However, this time, he also implies that with this film, he will be setting the franchise up "for the next guy."
It certainly opens a lot of possibilities to see Bay hand-off the baton of the Transformers franchise with an all-new cast and redesigned bots to someone else.
If you're a typical Star Wars fan, you probably find yourself constantly imagining what the films would have looked like if all the roles were played by crazy-eyed-thespian-extraordinaire, Nicolas Cage.
Well, someone better re-hide the Declaration of Independence, because one fan finally decided to be productive about it and threw this Cage-ilicious poster together.
This Han shoots first and this Jar-Jar breaks everything in the room on purpose!
In Russia, 4x4's are now used as commuter trains, since materials used to construct locomotives have been reallocated towards nationalized vodka production and the construction of giant servers to house their viral videos, which now make up 85% of the country's gross domestic product.
"We're not one of those wuss bakeries that make cakes, cookies, and other fruity stuff. Here, all the products are alive, kicking, and squirming in agony, baking-in all the deliciousness just for you!"