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2001

2021: A SpaceX Odyssey

2021: A SpaceX Odyssey

Ctrl Shift Face is a master at making entertaining deepfakes. In this clip, he swapped out Elon Musk for actor Kier Dullea as astronaut Dave Bowman in 2001: A Space Odyssey, as he faces off against the HAL 9000 in a debate over opening the pod bay doors – further proof that Elon should invest more time in quality control.

Plush HAL 9000

Plush HAL 9000

You can now own a soft and squishy replica of the face of the killer computer from 2001: A Space Odyssey, thanks to Master Replicas. When you squeeze him, HAL’s eyeball lights up, and he says one of 12 phrases, including “I really like you Dave. I know you would never plan to disconnect me.” Drops 11/2019.

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2001: A Space Odyssey (Trailer)

2001: A Space Odyssey (Trailer)

No, Hollywood hasn’t gone and remade Kubrick’s classic. Instead, they did the right thing and created a new 70mm print, struck directly from the original camera negative. Chances are, you’ve never seen this film the way it was meant to be seen. Now is the time.

HAL 9000 Wall Clock

HAL 9000 Wall Clock

A simple, yet effective use of HAL 9000’s iconic red eye-light, printed as the face of an analog wall clock. While we wish it had an actual domed cover, the simulated reflections in the image provide an effective illusion of depth. Measures 10.25″ diameter x 2″ deep.

Let It Happen: A Space Odyssey

Let It Happen: A Space Odyssey

YouTuber BroccoliBoys condensed the plot of Stanley Kubrick’s 161-minute opus 2001: A Space Odyssey down to just under 8 minutes, and transformed it into an unofficial music video for Tame Impala’s track Let It Happen. The result is shockingly good.

Black Holes

Black Holes

A proof of concept for a weird and wonderful animated series about the misadventures of an astronaut, who ends up with a highly intelligent melon as his partner on a mission to Mars. We expect to see more of Dave the astronaut thanks to a successful Kickstarter project.

Reflections of HAL and Samantha

Reflections of HAL and Samantha

2001: A Space Odyssey’s HAL 9000, and Her’s Samantha are the two of the most famous artificial intelligences in the history of motion pictures. Tilmann Ohm carefully selected lines from both characters, and combined them to form a surprisingly coherent conversation.

2001: A Picasso Odyssey

2001: A Picasso Odyssey

Experimental artist Bhautik Joshi used a special deep neural network rendering method to transform scenes from Stanely Kubrick’s classic into a surreal Picasso-esque world. We’d love to see an entire movie illustrated in this style.

2001 in 60 Seconds

2001 in 60 Seconds

(NSFW: Language) 1A4STUDIO sums up Kubrick’s masterful, if at times bewildering classic science fiction film. If you don’t have the attention span to watch the 2.5+ hour original, this one’s for you. Needs more HAL 9000.

IRIS 9000

IRIS 9000

HAL 9000’s younger, better-looking little sister sits on your desktop, adding a speaker dock to your iPhone 4S and so you can bark orders at Siri from across the room. Though she might not obey.

2001: A Spaceman Odyssey

2001: A Spaceman Odyssey

For some reason, we never thought that Kubrick’s slow-as-a-turtle 2001: A Space Odyssey would work set to the tune of The Killers’ hit dance track Spaceman, but somehow it does.

Michael Bay’s 2001

Michael Bay’s 2001

What would happen if one of the greatest movies of all time were remade by one of the worst directors of all time? This. I’m afraid. I’m afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going… I can feel it.

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