Remember this video? "Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise"? It was created by marketing company ThinkModo to promote the Carrie remake, and depicts an insane prank where a woman seems to have mind-over-matter powers. And now, they're making a sitcom along the same lines.
Last night we said farewell to the Star Wars quoting machine that was 30 Rock. It was sad, beautiful and mind blowing — and the series finally revealed that Kenneth the Page is an immortal. Check it out!
We're used to seeing Alex Ross' hyper-realistic style being applied to such straight-faced comic projects as Kingdom Come and Marvels, so it's a bit of a mindblower seeing him mash up the cast of 30 Rock with The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. And given that this painting has Judah Friedlander as a Martian, this…
Last night 30 Rock prepared for the apocalypse, by filming a preemptive "fill in your disaster here" benefit. Robert De Niro had the pleasure of listing off how it might all end. Fingers crossed for Bird Apocalypse!
Need more proof that geek humor has gone mainstream? Check out the new trailer for Christian Slater's new show Breaking In, which name-checks Star Wars, Dragon*Con and Avatar. These days, TV shows prove they're hip by referencing geek culture.
The more realistic a CG human is, the creepier they become. There's nothing spookier than a half-computer half-child CG face on the big screen. We've ranked all the worst CG humans, in order of creepiness.
Okay, we're officially calling Time of Death on the whole vampire thing. True Blood and Robert Pattinson love we could stomach, but Timbaland telling interviewers that his new single will follow the Twilight trend? It's gone too far.
We've all seen the big spoofs of scifi classics. Family Guy just recreated Star Wars and the Simpsons' Prisoner tribute was perfection. But nobody salutes science fiction better than 30 Rock's sly one-liners, which just slip it in there.