Artist Ryan Holland and Lucky Treehouse have teamed up to create a supercut video featuring 101 one-armed saves in films and appropriately set to The Beatles‘ 1963 hit song “I Want to Hold Your Hand“.
ThinkGeek has released a series of officially-licensed red (command and helm), gold (engineering and security), and blue (science and medical) novelty neckties based on the sci-fi television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. They are available to purchase online.
These 100% polyester ST:TNG ties come in three colorways: Command Red, Engineering/Ops Gold, and Sciences Blue. They have a keeper loop on the back to keep your tie looking nice and neat when you lean over to tell Guinan something confidentially over a drink. Now that we think about it, maybe her hats had sound dampening effects. They certainly cut down on the lip reading abilities of those behind her.
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The cosmetics company L’Oreal has partnered with biotechnology company Organovo for a plan to 3D print human skin for product testing. L’Oreal has already been developing artificial human skin grown from cultured cells that they call Episkin, but the innovation of Organovo’s 3D printing human tissues should allow the company to develop the samples more quickly.
Besides the intended use of testing cosmetic products on artificially-grown human skin rather than animals, the collaboration could also have important medical benefits in the future like treating burn victims.
photo via Organovo
The original team of Ghostbusters from the 1980s (Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, Egon Spengler, and Winston Zeddemore) try to survive against deadly, modern-day monsters in a disturbing animated short produced by the team at Mashed and animated by Humphrey Erm. Little do they know that the new generation of Ghostbusters, lead by Channing Tatum, are up to no good.
AMC and Entertainment Weekly have released set photos and a promo video for Fear the Walking Dead, an upcoming companion television series to The Walking Dead. It will take place before the events in The Walking Dead and follow a family who struggles with a zombie outbreak in Los Angeles. The upcoming six-episode series is set to premiere later this summer, with a second season airing in 2016.
Set in Los Angeles, the series follows a male divorced teacher, a female guidance counselor, and her two children–a son and a daughter–in the zombie apocalypse.
Starring Kim Dickens (‘Gone Girl‘, ‘Sons of Anarchy‘), Cliff Curtis (‘Missing‘, ‘Gang Related‘), Frank Dillane (‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince‘) and Alycia Debnam Carey (‘Into the Storm‘) and Executive Produced by Dave Erickson (‘Marco Polo‘, ‘Sons of Anarchy‘), Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero, and David Alpert.
WatchMojo has compiled 10 examples of now-outdated technology seen in futuristic movies. The list highlights how a filmmaker’s vision of the future can differ radically from technological realities with examples from films like Blade Runner, Alien, and Total Recall.