First trailer of the The Hobbit is out. This movie is the first part of the two movie adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s prequel to Lord of the Rings. The movie will be in theaters in about a year.
Here’s the second trailer for the upcoming movie The Dark Knight Rises. Gotham finally has seen some time of peace, as the third movie of Christopher Nolan’s Batman movie starts.
Here’s how a guy proposed to his fiance, this dude knows what he is doing.
It was originally a flash animation, so when it asked me the big question it has “Yes” & “No” buttons on the screen. Upon pressing yes, it played the final animation after the fade. Curious to know what happen if I pressed “No”, I went back and replayed the animation. I had Michael press no for me, and to my surprise the button moved! I guess he wouldn’t take no for an answer :)
Way to go guys. I’ll be very pissed if this turns out to be a viral ad for Samsung.
Here’s 230 movies of 2011 compressed into a five minute montage. Most of them weren’t worth it anyway, how many have you seen? You can see the full list of movies on Filmography.
The Dictator is the upcoming offering from Sacha Baron Cohen, the maker of the hilarious Borat and Bruno. And from what this trailer tells us, the The Dictator looks promising as well with what appears to be a reference to Gaddafi. If anyone is interested, the Dictator does Megan Fox as well.
Bearded Dragons are natives of Central Australia, but the big lizards are often kept as pets, like the one we see in the video here. This one seems to have taken a liking to playing Ant Crushers on the smartphone. A game that perhaps matches the hunting talents of this lizard. However, it would quite be surprised to find that slashing at virtual ants is not going to get it any food. It will get internet fame though.
There is no stopping this plumber.
Nobody really cares about the weather report on TV. It may be useful, but it is so mundane no one wants to look at it unless necessary. Every problem in the world has one easy solution though: beautiful women.
The night may rule the fireworks, but the day ain’t bad off either.
Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang put on his largest “explosion event” of the last three years, utilizing microchip-controlled explosives to form incredible designs and patterns.