- Geek & Sci-Fi
Two new trailers for sci-fi Looper (opening September 28th) are out now.
INSET PICTURE: Old Economy Steven Thinks Kids These Days Have It Too Easy (48 pictures) |<a href="http://www.uproxx.com/webculture/2012/05/best-of-the-old-economy-steven-meme/">UPROXX</a>| ‘Community’ Season Finale Live Discussion With Jim Rash: Dean Pelton In the House |<a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2012/05/community-season-finale-live-discussion-lets-wrinkle-our-brains-and-talk-butt-stuff" target="blank">Warming Glow</a>| Ranking All 68 Episodes of ‘Community’ from Awesome to the Awesomest |<a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2012/05/ranking-all-68-episodes-of-community-from-awesome-to-the-awesomest" target="blank">Warming Glow</a>| This Week in Posters & Stills: James Bond, Bill Murray in Plaid, Spazzy Will Smith |<a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/05/this-week-in-posters-stills-skyfall-bill-murray-in-plaid" target="blank">Film Drunk</a>| Which Major League Baseball Player Tried To Crash A Porn Star’s Birthday Party.
Who did this to Joseph Gordon-Levitt's face.
The <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/music/2011/10/meme-watch-fat-axl-rose/#page/1">Fat Axl Rose meme</a> has found a new iteration, and the world is a better place for it.
Any time that a film studio prepares to acquire the rights to a time travel novel, there's usually one question that the executives are all sure to ask each other: "Hey man, do you think we should hire the director of Pineapple Express for this one.
No one is going to say that the Occupy Wall Street folks don't have something to complain about (OK, no one who isn't on Fox News), but let's face it, there are other problems in the world.
Last month, a Redditor posed the technical writer and two-time Jeopardy.
Scientifically speaking, I believe that if Stephen King doesn't write at least 100 pages a day, he'll start biting himself like a shark (sharks do that, right.
Recently a <a href="http://www.chinahush.com/2011/04/03/no-more-time-travel-drama-authority-says-it-disrespects-history/">story</a> circulated including a rough translation of a ruling by China's General Bureau of Radio, Film and Television saying that movies and TV programs based on time travel or on the <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Great_Classical_Novels">Four Great Classical Novels</a> of Chinese literature should not "be encouraged anymore".
Achtung, Jews, I got you an early Hanukkah present.
Action film geekery and Sci-Fi geekery don't join forces as often as they could.
Deadline is reporting that Will Smith has signed onto a third Men In Black film, which will be called Men In Black 3D.
i09 has a rad post by Lauren Davis up right now called <a href="http://io9.com/5370619/once-you-glimpse-the-future-can-you-change-it">"Once You Glimpse The Future, Can You Change It?"</a> in which she runs down 20 different instances of TV, movie and book characters who can see the future and whether they can change what they see.
(Brit's interpretation of the Battle of Thermopylae) So the source for this story is the<a href="http://www.nationalledger.com/artman/publish/article_272626601.shtml" target="_blank"> National Ledger</a>, and I'm not familiar enough with them to know if they're reliable, but the story was too good not to report.