Fans still get a kick out of seeing R2-D2, one of the most recognizable Star Wars characters, make a cameo appearance in J.J. Abrams' first Star Trek film, so many people wondered if the domed droid would appear in the sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness. While no one seemed to spot him during the film's theater run, sharp eyed fans have managed to spot him now that the movie is on blu-ray. Come inside to check out where you should be looking.
I think that most people, on some level, all believe that the Zombie Apocalypse is going to happen. To hell with the Science, for many of us it's a matter of when and not if. So when a local TV station in Great Falls, Montana issued an emergency broadcast warning about the dead rising, some took it seriously.
Understandably, the recent announcement about Disney taking over Lucasfilm and bringing a new Star Wars trilogy to the big screen has been just about all anyone's talked about in the last couple of weeks. Ineveitably the topic of discussion veers into what a possible title for Episode VII could be, and fanboys have answered that question in hilarious ways. So I thought it'd be kind of fun to share some with you.
One of the funnier things to come out of the Internet lately has been this video debate between William Shatner and Carrie Fisher over which is better, Star Trek or Star Wars. Obviously they're on opposite sides of the argument and have some funny and interesting reason why. Now George Takei (Dr. Sulu in Trek) has come out with a video in the hopes of ending the feud and uniting the fans over a common enemy....Twilight.
Sometimes, all it takes is a good joke to brighten up your day. But for a movie fan, all it takes is a couple of weird crossovers, 30 second videos, and random images to make us happy. Hey, we're simple folk. But to find all this stuff, look no further than Laugh it Up, your weekly dose of LOL's and LMFAO's to put you in the right mind set. Well it may not be the smartest of comedy...it will certainly put a smile on your face.
This week, it's an onslaught of College Humor. And also Jeff Bridges as a shark.
Knowing George Lucas the Star Wars Saga on Blu-ray is undoubtedly coming with plenty of changes, additions, and fixes. Well here's one scene we're almost positive won't make the cut.