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4 09 2010

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WELCOME… to ASGARD!

15 07 2010

here’s the first official look at Anthony Hopkins and Tom Hiddleston in-costume for their respective roles as Odin and Loki. As you can see, director Kenneth Branagh has spared no expense in getting old Krull sets and covering them in Sears Portrait Studio backdrop texture. What a world.

Also, the accompanying article confirms both Thor and Captain America are of course going to be made 3-D in post-production. So, if you decide not to pay the extra to see the muddy conversion, expect to be confused why our greatest patriot keeps heaving his shield RIGHT AT THE CAMERA.





Jackie Chan Hates Karate Kids

21 06 2010

wouldn’t you like to watch Jackie Chan just go to town wailing on some karate kids, teaching Jaden Smith, Ralph Macchio, Hilary Swank and those Three Ninja assholes a real lesson? Then good thing there’s that now! Jackie Chan Hates Karate Kids:





Hot Pin-Up

21 06 2010

The “Eizo: Pin-up Calendar 2010” is really particular. This pin-up calendar offers you more than the usual integral nude : X-ray girls literally ! 😉 Eizo is a brand of medical supplies and their campaign is awesome !

Check out the vertebrae on that one!








Marisa Miller’s ‘Too Hot For TV’ Guitar Hero Ad

21 06 2010

This is allegedly a never-before-seen Guitar Hero commercial featuring underwear-er Marisa Miller. It’s in the same vein as their other Risky Business ripoff ads you might have seen.

WARNING: Video may cause boner at work.





Nike Quilted Satin Blazers

21 06 2010

Nike drops this new set of Nike Blazers for Summer 2010 featuring a quilted, satin motif. Two different colorways are offered in this release, including a white with gold threading and silver swoosh and a more vibrant red colorway with gold accents.





Get SMURF’d!

21 06 2010

The Smurfs teaser trailer: warming us up to the idea of a live-action Smurfs as well as the idea of using “Smurf” and “shit” interchangeably in sentences, which we’ll probably be doing a lot over the next year. IN 3-D!