There's a new hit show on television, and it's called "Super-Fan Builds". They're known for building a custom Lord of the Rings kitty litter box, Guardians of the Galaxy Groot swing, and now this Batmobile stroller. The team drew inspiration from the Tumbler version of the Batmobile from The Dark KNight trilogy, and managed to capture the complicated design, despite it being much smaller. Not only is it fully-functional, but completely safe for a toddler to ride in. Continue reading for the video and more information.
Alice Finch from Seattle is a Harry Potter fanatic, as she's painstakingly recreated Harry Potter's Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with 400,000 LEGO pieces. What you see above took an entire year to build, and features architecturally accurate recreations of the Great Hall, the Quidditch Courtyard, the Defense Against the Dark Arts classroom, the bridge over the Clock Tower and more. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
First shown on July 20, 2014 at the Fantasia Festival, Unfriended stars Shelley Hennig as one of several people terrorized by an anonymous person online. Entertainment Weekly summed it up by saying: "It's a horror film for everyone who can't remember life before Facebook, with an I Know What You Did Last Summer meets Pretty Little Liars plot that picks up a year after a teenager named Laura Barns committed suicide when an embarrassing video of her went viral." Continue reading to see why this movie has been the talk of the internet for these past few days.
Believe it or not, you're looking at a real movie theater, albeit a temporary one, in London. That's right, a swimming pool was transformed into a small part of the Atlantic yesterday for a special screening of the 1997 movie starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, complete with Edwardian costumes and lifeboats, to celebrate the 2009 Oscar season. Directed by James Cameron, Titanic remains the top money-making film of all time, with $1.8-billion worldwide box office revenues. Continue reading for more of the world's coolest and most beautiful movie theaters.
Invented and developed by Richard Waters, a waterphoneis a type of inharmonic acoustic percussion instrument consisting of a water-filled resonator bowl with a cylindrical neck and bronze rods of different lengths and diameters around the rim of the bowl. It produces a vibrant ethereal sound that horror movie fans are probably all familiar with and can also be heard in record albums and live performances. The sound of the waterphone is often used to evoke mystery and suspense. A superball mallet has become the prime way of drumming the waterphone. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the top five viral videos for today.
These look like Gotham City shots from The Dark Knight, but it's just New York City shot by filmmaker Vincent Laforet for his "Gotham 7.5K". All of the photos were captured during a helicopter ride at night, with camera strapped to a special body harness to enable Foret to safely lean out to get the spectacular shots from 7,500-feet above ground. The photographer and filmmaker says: "Let's just start off by saying this was the scariest helicopter 'photo mission' of my career...And the most beautiful I was finally able to capture some of the images that I've dreamed of capturing for decades. I was recently on assignment for Men's Health Magazine and I proposed shooting the city from an unusually high altitude so that we could capture the lines that are formed by the streets of New York at night. It was an article about psychology and I've always thought that from a high altitude the streets looked like brain 'synapses' - at least to me." Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading to see how people answer the phone in 10 languages.
Designer Tinker Hatfield recently spoke about the new design at The Agenda (lifestyle trade show) in Long Beach, California, and said that Nike will finally release the self-lacing Nike AIR Mag sneakers featured in Back to the Future "sometime this year". According to the patent, here's how it will work: "A set of straps...can be automatically opened and closed to switch between a loosened and tightened position of the upper. The article further includes an automatic ankle cinching system that is configured to automatically adjust an ankle portion of the upper." Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Back to the Future II predicted many things for 2015, including the very famous hoverboard, but just what will come to fruition this year, nobody knows. However, Tony Hawk has the hoverboard technology covered, showing off his skills on the Hendo Hover. In the movie, Marty McFly of 2015 and family answer calls with glasses, use a dehydrated pizza machine, holographic movie billboards, and even flying cars. One thing the movie never saw coming was the invention of smartphones, tablets and other connected mobile devices. Get the trilogy here.
Did you know that the Aston Martin DBS was first seen in the 2006 James Bond film Casino Royale? That's right, it was the first film in which Bond was played by Daniel Craig, and it appeared as a result of a product placement deal with Aston Martin's parent company at the time, Ford. Although the company sold over 90% of Aston Martin Lagonda Limited in 2007, the DBS returned for the pre-credits car chase around Lake Garda in the 2008 Bond film Quantum of Solace. Continue reading for more.
Here's a first look at the new Millennium Falcon set to appear in Star Wars: The Force Awakens next year, thanks to Fortune Magazine. Their latest issue features Disney CEO Bob Iger, so the magazine teamed up with Industrial Light & Magic's visual effects art director for The Force Awakens, Yannick Dusseault, to provide a custom rendering of the Millennium Falcon for their cover story. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how ice cream bars are made.