This week, Zach wonders if we are awake or if we are dreaming, as he leads a discussion on Christopher Nolan’s 2010 film, Inception.
Lego has generally shied away from the more adult themed movies, but a group of students decided to fill the gap by creating shorts inspired by Inception and 300.
Follow the jump to watch the 300 project.
Because… you know… it’s never too late to dig up a comedy bit that was funny last summer…
Given that Inception has quickly become the talk about and must see movie of the summer, it seems only natural that people would come up with ways to mix the movie with others out there. Here’s what happens when Fan Film meets Inception meets Toy Story 3.
Everyone else has a crisis, why canâ€™t we?
Ah, the title spanning crisis method of story telling.Â Marvel perfected the idea of events happening in one series affecting the universe in another.Â While the Ultimate Universe has had a few cross overs here and there – most notably in the Ultimate Spider-Man titles, this particular corner of the Marvel U, hasnâ€™t had a major shakeup since its inception.Â Until now…
Top Cow Productions has announced it is teaming up with Spacedog Entertainment for a brand new contest looking for new creators.
The Choose Your Own Creator contest kicked off May 1 and will run through April 15, 2009 with a grand total of 22 winners. The best part about this contest, is all winners will be paid for their work and will be included in a five-part series published by Top Cow Productions.
â€œSince its inception, Top Cow has been a beacon to comic writers and artists, launching many of the industryâ€™s best. We believe that with Spacedogâ€™s ability to create compelling stories, married with Top Cowâ€™s artistic expertise and credibility, we have the ability to create something special while helping to launch the careers of upcoming artists,â€ says Roger Mincheff, founder and CEO of Spacedog Entertainment.
More information about the contest can be found at www.chooseyourowncreator.com