Watching the movies, you realize how American cities take the brunt of aliens invasions, superheroes battling off their nemesis, monster and creature attacks, and of course, natural disasters. Although most of them are content with destroying New York, they sometimes hit other cities as well. This set of maps and graphics takes a look at the cities destroyed in movies due to various reasons. As the creators of the graphic point out, this is not an exhaustive list and does not include post-apocalyptic movies.
As we get closer to the Season 4 premiere of Game of Thrones, the trickle of trailers continues. Here’s trailer number four, with a bit more of a peak into the season.
Why would anyone wrap their face in scotch tape? Ans: Because the effect is hilarious. Albuquerque-based commercial photographer Wes Naman created a series of photographs showing people whose faces have been contorted by being wrapped in transparent scotch tape.
Smartphones today can do the traditional job of the phone, plus a hell lot of things. Perhaps you would like a phone just for making phone calls, well, then the modern technology is sufficiently placed to create a tiny phone you wouldn’t have to carry around in your pockets. Nokia FIT is a concept phone that travels in the same direction, its existence solely to make and receive calls.
Superman doesn’t wear a GoPro camera, but he totally should considering the view is going to be great. The video is a concept from YouTube filmmakers CorridorDigital. Since Superman wasn’t really at their disposal, they used a DJI Phantom quadcopter drone to capture the aerial shots.
In the new trailer for The Amazing Spiderman 2, the villains take the stage. Spidey has to battle with Rhino, though Electro takes the center stage for most of the movie, and then the Green Goblin makes an appearance as well. The movie will be released on May 2.
A hilarious video that imagines what things would be like if Google was a guy working in a traditional office, solving people’s queries face to face.
Tradition dictates that when at a bus shelter, you should completely ignore the presence of other humans, and preferably move to a secluded corner to fidget with your phone. Duracell challenged this notion in a PR move where commuters at a bus shelter were “rewarded” for not just acknowledging each other, but working together and holding hands.
Japanese motorcycle builder and artist Chicara Nagata (previously) is well known for his skill. His latest project is the 1966 Honda P25 that is now a stunning beauty worthy of some futuristic looks, despite its actual age.
You don’t need to be the Godfather and have a prize horse decapitated to get your point across. With the Horse head pillow, people will just assume you mean business. Just place it in the bed of the victim, and have them wake up to shock and agree to your demands. Or just sleep with a horse head pillow, because that’s like… totally badass, man. Costs $45.