I'm not sure how many animatronics I would want in my own birthday cake as a matter of practicality, but a G1 Optimus who can become a robot and go back to a truck, and be (mostly) eaten by kids is impressive indeed.
However, next year I want to see cake creator Rusell Munro step up and make a Bayformers Bumblebee cake that sprays Mello Yello everywhere from its crotch.
But not for his kid. For me.
Yes, the Spider-Man producer who had to get booted off the Spider-Man series in order for the Marvel deal to happen and who also brought us the Bratz movie, is now planning on taking a game most distinctive for its stylized animation and pointlessly make it live-action. Lionsgate promises "a bold, provocative, no-holds-barred motion picture phenomenon" with "the same in-your-face attitude that has made the series a blockbuster mega-franchise."
Or maybe they just want to have trailers mentioning a planet called Pandora by the time the Avatar sequels are out.
Oh, wait, here's the best part of the press release (I'm assuming it's a press release because I'd think an actual written story would be more skeptical about Mr. Arad): "Avi Arad founded Marvel Studios in 1993 and resigned 13 years later to form his own production company, where Ari Arad is the president. He's continuing to produce some of the Marvel films, such as the 'Spider-Man' titles, along with videogame adaptations such as 'Uncharted' and "Ghost in the Shell.""
Yes, that groundbreaking video game Ghost in the Shell. I've heard of that. Am I being overly cynical here?
Given the flamboyant nature of the character played by Peele in this sketch, I thought for sure we'd be getting a Mannequin: On the Move joke. But maybe it's testing mainstream audiences enough to assume they remember all the Gremlins 2 references.
Taco Bell's latest creation is a small $1 burrito containing "beef" and red corn strips, plus three different possible levels of hot sauce - chipotle, habanero and ghost pepper.
The idea is to try all three and see what you can handle. A better idea, if you dare, is to somehow persuade your mother-in-law to do that on camera. Which I did.
You may well wonder how we connect those two topics mentioned in the headline above. I can barely remember, myself. But we got Greg Jones Jr. on as our guest, and things got pretty free-form, with extended digressions on the movie Leprechaun 4, John Oliver, Dragon Ball, Christian Slater's dad apparently sending hate mail to the LA Weekly, and more.
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I get panic attacks sometimes.
I don't like to say I "suffer" from them, because I feel like that word should be reserved for people who need serious medical attention. It's enough to say I get them, and I don't like them. I can't imagine there's a person who does. Everyone's are different, but mine often combine the feeling that I have a ton of stuff that needs doing in too little time, while simultaneously holding me in place and keeping me from actually doing any of it, save obsessively checking Twitter to see if new Star Wars news broke.
So when I saw the movie Lego: A Brickumentary, and I heard Trey Parker talking about how he loves to build Lego sets in his free time because they're just about following instructions and that relaxes his mind, I decided it might be a good idea to give that a go. But maybe I shouldn't have substituted a McFarlane Building set in the equation...
This is proof positive that Grumpy Cat is actually the most patient feline in the world. I cannot think of any other cat I've ever known that would stand for being measured and prodded like this without somebody losing an eye. All so endless throngs of tourists can pose with the double, for reasons Tarder Sauce herself will never understand.
There better have been some fresh tuna at the end of it all.
Is this how the Rebels ultimately lost the war? Or did they win? Either way, Rey's planet in The Force Awakens didn't just get filled with rubble from the original trilogy by accident.
You'll get to fight a land battle while the consequences of the one in space send debris hurtling down on you. As both Rebels and Imperials fight on a planet that's unfamiliar to them, Star Destroyers crash as combat rages in the skies.
Are you ready to preorder yet? EA is waiting to Jakku for all the money you've got.