As if there wasn’t already way too much going on in Avengers: Infinity War, Aldo Jones had to go and add even more characters and insanity to the film with his latest weird trailer. Honestly, we’re surprised that Shrek didn’t join the Avengers sooner.
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Wired enlisted the help of a general surgery student to look at emergency room and operating room scenes in movies and TV shows. She points out what’s generally portrayed accurately, what would never work in real life, and which terms actually mean something.
(PG-13: Language) “You can really express your personality by copying what popular rappers are wearing.” Casually Explained breaks down some of the most popular brands and trends in men’s fashion. All without saying hype, fire, lit, woke, or Off-White. A true scholar.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail is one of the best and most absurd comedies of all time. But to prove that the way a movie’s trailer is edited can dramatically change the tone of a film, Testudo Aubreii turned the Python’s flick into a serious, and action-filled period piece.
(PG-13: Language) The Awesomer’s writing team has long since said farewell to their twenties, but we definitely could have used some of the words from exurb1a’s reference guide, which includes terms which could come in handy to describe the trauma of that youthful decade.
Editor Bill Smith makes the already uncomfortable setting of pitching a business idea on Shark Tank and makes it truly unsettling by removing all dialogue, and just focusing in on the most awkward reaction shots. And Robert Herjavec could use some antiperspirant.
The big screen adaptation of Ernest Cline’s wonderful Ready Player One comes out soon, but we won’t be hearing Demi Adejuyigbe’s theme song because it was apparently just too good for Spielberg. This is so much better than every original song that was up for an Oscar.
(PG-13 Link) Artist Igor Lipchanskiy was curious to know what might be hidden off the edges of iconic album covers. It turns out that Igor himself is lurking in the wings with everyone from Jim Morrison to John and Yoko, offering some form of assistance or distraction.