When Monsters University arrives in June, audiences will be treated to a new Pixar short film. The Blue Umbrella will be Pixar’s first attempt to make a photo-realistic film, something that is incredibly hard to do without running into the uncanny valley. That being said, the first sneak peek that appeared at the Wall Street Journal, gives me hope that new director Saschka Unseld knows what is going on.
Travel back with us to the Golden Age of Rap, and witness the brilliance of Luscious C and DJ Fist break down the Keene Act in the Watchmen rap, Watch It.
Episode 100 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs this weekend on the Cartoon Network, and Lucasfilm sent over a really kick-ass promo video to tease us to no end.
When DC Nation returns, we’ll all be sitting there watching Green Lantern and Young Justice, but we’ll really be waiting for the incredibly well done interstitials. This week, be on the look out for Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld.
More After the Jump
A new installment of Cos Patrol has arrived, this time pairing Snake with Roadblock, as Snake tries to take down an illegal body massage expert. And now you know, and knowing is half the battle.
Patrick Boivin whipped up this little bit of New Year’s fun that is a blast to watch.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Apparently director Alex Zamm released this video of the live action versions of Marvin the Martian and Hong Kong Phooey movies… offered up without comment, so you can…
There’s a super long shot in The Avengers, where the heroes come together to fight the bad guys. Industrial Light and Magic has released a behind the scenes short breaking down the entire shot in quite a bit of detail.
The floppy drives provide the tune, you get to provide the lyrics in this week’s Sing-Along.
If your Saturday mornings have been a little empty as of late, you only have to wait until January 05, when the DC Nation fills your mind with Young Justice, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and all those wonderful DC Shorts.
The Sweded version of The Man of Steel trailer is so on the nose in many places, yet I continue to wonder why everyone is still so hot on making these.
I love it when people go the distance to show their love of a product or idea. Here, Greg Kumparak went a step further and used Blender to model the interior of the TARDIS, and then created an augmented reality app to show it off.