CrowbCat used a Grand Theft Auto IV mod, made by JL MODS HD, that turns the main character into Mario. CrowbCat then created a fantastic video that places Mario in the chaotic world that we live in, just like in Nintendo Switch‘s upcoming Super Mario Odyssey video game. Mario gets a little too real as he walks out in front of a speeding vehicle, bleeds out while bowling, hijacks a helicopter, and more.
Musicians Scott Bradlee (piano), Adam Kubota (bass), and Mike Cottone (trumpet) of the pop music cover band Postmodern Jukebox performed amazing jazz variations of “Hedwig’s Theme” from the Harry Potter film series. Their magical track is available to purchase from iTunes. Here is the original version of the song for comparison.
TrainGuy 659, whose work we wrote about last year, built a new massive LEGO train set, mounted a GoPro camera on the locomotive, and recorded its epic journey through his home and into the garden outside. TrainGuy 659 also shared a video featuring his train set fails from 2016.
Looper has shared a video where they share some of the untold truths about Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. They reveal that Rogue One originally had a classic Star Wars opening crawl, that Alan Tudyk (voice of K-2SO) had an actual human cameo that didn’t make it into the film, and more.
As the first true standalone story in the Star Wars saga, there was a whole lot riding on Rogue One. But the story surrounding the film is almost as interesting as the one we watched on the big screen. From axed cameos to the film’s humble beginnings, there’s a whole lot more to Rogue One than just Jyn’s quest to snag the Death Star plans. So let’s dig into the untold truth of Rogue One…