Jeff Goldblum is famous for many things, but one of his most iconic appearances was as Dr. Ian Malcolm in Jurassic Park, with his unbuttoned shirt pose. Wyatt Edwards and Brady Johnson at Fun.com decided to have a little fun and envisioned the actor striking the same pose while portraying some of his other characters.
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Cartoon fans will recognize Phil LaMarr as the man behind the voices of Samurai Jack, Hermes Conrad on Futurama, and hundreds of other characters. Vanity Fair asked Phil to improvise 12 new character voices entirely based on their illustrations. If there’s one thing the clip proves is just how impressive his range is.
(PG-13: Language) The Sony PS4 game Dreams lets players create their own games from scratch. But the latest from the creator of LittleBigPlanet might not have enough guard rails to keep people from designing complete garbage. At least that’s what Dunkey shows us in his demo of some user-submitted content.
Now that there’s hope that Hopper will return in Stranger Things 4, let’s take a moment to remember exactly why we love Hawkins’ mustachioed sheriff so much. This great reel posted by Netflix compiles some of his most entertaining and emotional moments throughout the show’s first three seasons.
Looking to create your next big hit song? This AI-powered song lyric generator will craft the words for you automatically. Simply select a topic, choose a genre and a mood, and it’ll take care of the rest. Sure, your masterpiece might not make much sense, but that never stopped Duran Duran or David Bowie.
“I do have a very active ulcer right now, so I don’t know if that’ll be an issue.” While on tour to promote his new film Downhill, Will Ferrell dropped by the First We Feast studios to enjoy (or not) some wings with Sean Evans. Can the man who ate spaghetti with Pop-Tarts and maple syrup survive the hottest of hot sauces?
Things get really, really strange as the world of Mortal Kombat is invaded by 1990s one-hit wonder Scatman John. Mashup maker DJ Cummerbund’s music video is equally as insane as the musical combination, which manages to bake in some Spice Girls and Nirvana for good measure.
Remember the part of The Matrix where Neo took the red pill? What if he took the blue pill instead? Ctrl Shift Face and VFX artist Chris Ume make us wonder no longer, with the help of some deepfake tech. If the concept seems familiar, you might recall this mashup. VFX breakdown and comparison clip here.
Go squatchin’ at your desk with this silly plaything from Archie McPhee. A fun take on the old Wooly Willy toy, this version features an image of Bigfoot that you can groom using metal filings and a magnetic wand. Maybe you’ll even start a new Instagram fashion trend!
Want your plain black bag to stand out on the luggage carousel? You need one of Airportag’s playful bag tags. They come with funny illustrations and/or verbiage, and are made of a thick, durable plastic that should last a long time. They can be personalized with your information on back, or even your face on one design.
Illustrator Boggs Nicolas combines two of our favorite franchises – Star Trek and Fallout, melding Jean-Luc Picard with VaultBoy. The Captain is giving a reassuring thumbs up as he orders his crew to make it so. Comes in tees, hoodies, tank tops, long sleeves, and more. Available only 2/19/2020 on ShirtPunch, so grab yours quick.
(Spoilers) Rian Johnson’s surprise hit mystery-comedy Knives Out offered a fun take on the whodunit formula, with its ample mix of quirky characters and plot twists. But that doesn’t mean it didn’t have its share of foibles… and Screen Junkies is here to point them all out as usual.
This adult coloring book is the perfect gift for anyone who enjoys a little wacky weed, or just digs psychedelia. Illustrated by Edwina Mc namee, the book features 25 wild and weird images that are perfect for your most colorful scribbles just staring at. Though they might stare back at you.
(PG-13: Language) Hell is a hell of a place. But what’s the deal with the fiery, demon-filled land of doom? Where did it come from, and why are we so afraid of ending up there? Ordinary Things provides a brief history of the netherworld and why the place has to be so darned unpleasant.
Comedian and presenter Bec Hill has a unique bit in her act. She creates silly interactive illustrations for punny, misheard song lyrics, then reveals them them in real time to the songs. Here she performs “When you’re in the club and you’re hungry..,” a follow up to her “When you listen to the radio when you’re hungry.”
Spicy food interview show Hot Ones is spinning off with a game show. Host Sean Evans will ask contestants to answer trivia questions as they eat progressively hotter and hotter wings. Each episode, one smart and iron-stomached winner will take home $25,000. Premieres on truTV on 2/18/20.
We’ve already seen how computer graphics tech can be used to replace Back to the Future’s DeLorean with a Cybertruck. Now watch as Spider-Man’s Tom Holland and Iron Man’s Robert Downey, Jr. are placed into the roles of Marty McFly and Doc Brown, courtesy of EZRyderX47 and some sophisticated deepfaking software.
Coolest Thing introduces us to self-proclaimed mad scientist Lance Greathouse. Among his many builds is a motorized wheelchair that packs a flamethrower on its front end. But he doesn’t just build silly stuff, Lance and the folks from the Wheelchair Labs helps refurbish wheelchairs for people in need.
Device Orchestra plays a cover version of the classic theme song from Knight Rider on a variety of clicking and vibrating gadgets, including a typewriter, a pair of credit card terminals, and an electric toothbrush in a black leather jacket. Though we wish he got an R/C Trans Am to play KITT.
We thought the latest (and likely last) Terminator movie was actually pretty entertaining – if not all that memorable. It certainly underwhelmed at the box office, and Screen Junkies is here with their thoughts on the dark fate of Jim Cameron’s once-blockbuster franchise.
The Dancing Baby was one of the first internet memes, dating back to 1996. Because everything old is new again, JArmstrongArt decided to update the funky CGI baby to run at 60fps and 1080p resolution. Through some serious sleuthing work, he was able to dig up the original 3D model. Oooga-chaka! (Thanks Rob!)
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