According to the Warner Bros. Studios lot, the next generation Batmobile combined inspiration from both the sleek, streamlined design of classic Batmobiles and the high-suspension, military build from the more recent Tumbler from The Dark Knight Trilogy. Well, Team Galag decided to build their own version of this beast for the annual Gumball 3000 race, and here's a first look. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has been kept under wraps for quite some time, but the first trailer has just been released, and it shows the new Shadowtrooper. If you don't follow this series, it basically follows the foundation of the Galactic Empire where a wayward band of Rebel fighters come together to carry out a desperate mission: to steal the plans for the Death Star before it can be used to enforce the Emperor's rule. Continue reading for a trailer analysis and more information.
Finally, after years of concepts, and the still yet-to-be-released MAG, Nike's HyperAdapt 1.0 trainers bring self-lacing shoes to life. "When you step in, your heel will hit a sensor and the system will automatically tighten. Then there are two buttons on the side to tighten and loosen. You can adjust it until it's perfect," said Nike Senior Innovator Tiffany Beers. Click here for more pictures of the HyperAdapt. Continue reading for two more videos and information.
When "Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace" was first released, many fans were excited about the new villain, Darth Maul. Once they watched the film, Maul's minimal screen time was a disappointment to say the least. Now fast forward to today, YouTube user "T7Pro" have created what could quite possibly be the best Star Wars fan-film yet, and dedicated to none other than, you guessed it, Darth Sidious's first apprentice. Continue reading for the "Making Of" and more information. Click here for a few bonus funny and cool Star Wars images.
Star Wars fans rejoice! Anovos has created an extremely detailed Kylo Ren costume that will literally turn you into the character, minus the lightsaber and "The Force". What makes it so authentic? The company took screen-used production assets to create each and every piece you see. One problem, it'll set you back $2,635, complete with helmet, but you need to purchase it before March 31st - rises to $3100 after that date. Continue reading for more pictures of the costume, and additional information. Click here for bonus behind-the-scenes images from the original Star Wars film in 1977.
Star Wars Land, at Disneyland as well as Disney World, have broken ground, and new concept images have surfaced. The basic idea is that each of these lands represent a planet, complete with their own marketplaces, restaurants, and even cantinas. Visitors can meet droids, and other popular characters from the film series as they wander through the "otherworldly street market" and other attractions. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information. Click here to view a few bonus images of Star Wars Land.
Reddit user "Your_Post_As_A_Movie" specializes in taking random photos that people post online, and transforming them into professional-looking movie posters. Starting off, we have "Catastrophe", which started as a normal picture of a gray cat looking quite angry to say the least. Now the result is a movie that appears to have this one cat taking on the world. Continue reading to see twelve more.
From afar, you could mistake this as just regular armor that knights wear, but if this happens to be flying around in the sky, just a shiny bird, but in reality, it's the latest piece from Prince Armory. To be more specific, Samuel Lee designed it for use in "Combat Groups, Renaissance Festivals and Comic Cons." Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Tim Burton, known his dark, gothic and quirky fantasy films such as Beetlejuice (1988), Edward Scissorhands (1990), the animated musical The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), would be a perfect fit for any Disney Animation Studio reboots. Andrew Tarusov, an artist originally born in Ribinsk, Russia, and now living in Los Angeles, California, gives us a sneak peak at what some of the classics would look like. "My general occupation after 10 years of studying is art and animation. Being a huge fan of Disney classics, I imagined how our favorite childhood movies could look if they were directed by the great Tim Burton," said Tarusov. Continue reading to see the movie posters.
Movies like Star Wars Force Awakens, Jurassic World, Interstellar, and countless others, all rely on VFX to immerse the audience. This interesting behind-the-scenes video shows us what the former looks like in green screen form, as well as post production. One interesting fact you may not have known is that Force Awakens uses more visual effects than Phantom Menace, which used tons of miniatures. Continue reading for three more behind-the-scenes videos.