Here's yet another look at the new Batmobile from Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, set for release in March 2016. Some fans liken the design to Tim Burton's 1989-era vehicle meets Christopher Nolan's Tumbler from The Dark Knight, complete with lots of angular body armor. While no weapons are seen in-action, you can rest assured that this Batmobile is packing lots of firepower. Continue reading for the video.
About 3-years-ago, Topher Grace, best known for his portrayal of Eric Forman on That '70s Show, edited all three Star Wars prequels into a single 85-minute movie, called "Redux of the Jedi". It was only shown to a select group of friends and press, but fast forward to today, it's available online for all to view. While the redux progresses quickly and omits huge chucks of story in favor of action, it does however streamlinine the narrative events of the prequels into something worth watching. Continue reading for the film.
When Tiger Woods was just 14-years-old, he probably had no idea that one day, he'd be worth $600-million. Did you know that Tiger credits his fine hand and finger control to years of playing video games as a kid? That's right, the games, like The Legend of Zelda on the classic NES, also helped him overcome fear of failure. Continue reading for more rare pictures celebrities in their youth who had no idea how famous they were going to become.
The official trailer for Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice has leaked, as it was originally slated for release next week during special IMAX-only screenings. It begins directly after the revelation of Superman, and his unveiling to the world. We see the inspirations from Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns," including an armored Batman going toe-to-toe with Superman in the rain. Continue reading to watch.
The TRON Universe is essentially about humans being transported into a computer and them interacting with humanoid computer programs in a digital world. The universe is named after the computer program Tron, who saved ENCOM's mainframe computer system and the real world from an evil self-aware computer program known as the MCP in 1982. If this place were real, here are what some of the cars would look like. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a red hot nickel ball melting a jawbreaker.
J.J. Abrams and Kathleen Kennedy kicked off the 2015 Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California today with a brand new trailer for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." It opens on the same sand outlook shown in the first teaser, and a landspeeder headed for a crashed Star Destroyer appears. "The force is strong in my family," says a voice as we see the battered helmet of Darth Vader. "My father has it." Continue reading to watch.
Sure, this DeLorean monster truck isn't capable of time travel, but it's great for off-roading nonetheless. Built by Rich Weissensel over the course of several weeks, it's basically a 1981 DeLorean body on top of a 1970 Chevrolet K5 Blazer frame. Approximately 6,500 examples of the iconic Back to the Future vehicle are believed to exist today, and like countless other fans, his passion to create this one-of-a-kind truck was peaked by the film. His passion of the DeLorean doesn't stop there, he's also built a DeLorean limousine and a DeLorean hovercraft. He says: "I am often reminded by those simple words from a good friend of mine, Dr Emmet L. Brown, who stated, 'Roads, where we are going, we don't need roads.'" Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including a robot chef that may soon take over at a real restaurants.
We realize that there are some who haven't seen Fast 7 yet, so the only thing you need to know is that the $3.4-million Lykan Hypersport is used in the film for some crazy stunts. Created by Dubai-based W Motors, it sports a mid-rear engine layout powered by a 3.8L twin-turbocharged flat-6 sourced from Porsche tuner RUF, generating an impressive 770 hp and 708 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 6-speed sequential or 7-speed PDK gearbox. All buyers also get 24-hour concierge service offering on-call engineers and "flying doctors" to cater to the needs of yourself or your car, anywhere in the world. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Not everyone is a billionaire playboy like Bruce Wayne with an engineer around making super-cool gadgets and gear for you to play around with. That didn't stop 21-year-old prop maker Jackson Gordon from making his very own combat-worthy Batsuit though. It's made from Kevlar, impact-absorbing foam and plating. The result is a mobile 25-pound suit that can withstand punches, knives and hits from clubs. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
Here's a first look at one of Rolls-Royce's SUV concept mules, also known as "Project Cullinan." For the non auto enthusiasts, "mules" are basically testbeds used to help engineers in the development of new cars. They are based on existing models, and typically camouflaged, but this model is an exception. As you can see, it's essentially a modified Phantom Series II, but with a shortened wheelbase, extra ground clearance, and created exclusively to test the Cullinan SUV's all-wheel-drive system, as well as the suspension. Other notable features include: quad exhausts and a rear spoiler used to replicate the aerodynamics of an SUV. No word yet on when the official reveal will be. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a chemistry teacher who sets the classroom floor on fire.