Batman’s looking pretty good in this one. Well, we probably shouldn’t complain, but the number of trailers is too damn high.
Simone Giertz sees herself as a robotics enthusiast, non-engineer and expert in crummy robots. We’ll say she has earned those credentials with the machines she works with. The present scenario is a uArm robot armed with a lipstick.
The Japanese trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has footage not included in the US trailer, and it’s in English. So spend a couple of minutes, and enjoy this trailer.
Here’s Wally the Welsh Corgi cosplaying as the 13 incarnations of the Doctor. I’m pretty sure he’d make a stunning Time Lord; fight off the Daleks, save the universe, sniff other dogs – you know, sh*t like that. If you want to see more Wally, you can follow him on Instagram.
Surfing is awesome. Surfing with a dirt bike? That ought to get you at least 10x more points. It’s okay to shake the tree once in a while, and it’s even better when you’re great at it. Motocross athlete Robbie Maddison made quite the waves in the summer this year as the dude set off to fulfill a three-year long Pipe Dream.
If you think this isn’t awesome, you need to take some time, reflect on your choices and then declare this Samurai’s skills to be awesome. Mostly because any other answer would be wrong. The guy you see is master swordsman Isao Machii, who gets a fastball headed his way at 100mph. In a split second, that fast ball is two bowls.
There’s only so many times you can hit the snooze button before the clock gets pissed. Well, an angry clock can’t do anything about it, but an angry clock wired to an air compressor and pistons knows how to keep its word.
Supergirl knows how to make a first impression, especially if this first trailer for the upcoming CBS television show is to be considered. From the video description:
It’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s not a man. It’s Supergirl. In the new drama from the world of DC Comics, Superman’s cousin, Kara Zor-El, embraces her superhuman abilities and becomes the hero she was always meant to be. This Fall on CBS.
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Beginning around 1377, medieval England was shaken by a power struggle between two noble families, which spanned generations and involved a massive cast of characters, complex motives and shifting loyalties. Sound familiar? Alex Gendler illustrates how the historical conflict known as the Wars of the Roses served as the basis for much of the drama in Game of Thrones.
Yves Rossy is quiet the frequent, famous flyer with jetpacks. This time, he took “protégé” Vince Reffet along, as the duo took a flight over the extravagant city of Dubai, and captured this very interesting video.