What would Jurassic Park and Independence Day be without Jeff Goldblum? Something I don’t care about for a start. Why Goldblum isn’t playing half of the superheroes we’re so excited to see in movies this year blows my mind.
Man-crush aside, the think tank known as the internet geek community has birthed something incredible once again – a song based on Jeff Goldblum’s laugh. And yes, we’re talking about the infamous introductory laugh by Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm from the helicopter scene in the first Jurassic Park.
To go along with the full-length first trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy I thought I’d share some cool high-res imagery that Disney released alongside it. Many of the photos are similar to stills I was able to pull from the trailer and sneak peek previews I wrote up on Screen Rant but there are some cool new shots as well.
Instead of airing during the Super Bowl, Disney took to ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live to debut the first full trailer for their riskiest project yet, Guardians of the Galaxy. For the geeks, comic readers and internet savvy, where it airs means nothing. It only matters that it’s finally here!
I don’t usually pay attention or put effort towards cross-promoting my social media accounts, which I really need to do, but today I hit a milestone on Twitter. Thanks in large part to my 24-hour marathon of X-Men: Days of Future Past Empire magazine cover reveals yesterday, my follower account hit the 4000 mark just now.
Growing up in Canada, white winters are normal. Snowfalls, accompanied by the occasional day off of school thanks to canceled buses, go hand-in-hand with snow angels, snowball fights and the construction of snowthings.
I use that last word carefully because in University, packing snow equates to giant snow penises, but at home, it meant snowmen. My bro, mom and I built some pretty epic ones, but nothing… and I mean nothing I have ever seen constructed out of the white fluff is as cool or awesome as Snowshark.
Poachers are assholes, killing rare animals and putting beautiful creatures on the path to extinction. These killers perform their illegal acts often at night, outside of plain sight, hiding in the shadows away from patrolling jeeps. So, how do you stop them? Call up Skynet!