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It Belongs in a Museum!

It Belongs in a Museum!

Amusing but Ultimately Flimsy Rumor of the Day: Indiana Jones to Be Rebooted With Bradley Cooper

Movie Studio Exec: Okay, so we definitely want that gold idol.

Intern: You mean a continuation of the Indiana Jones franchise?

Movie Studio Exec: Yes. What if we replaced Harrison Ford with… a bag of sand of similar weight?

Intern: Probably you should replace him with another actor.

Movie Studio Exec: But of similar weight.

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Artist Adds Star Wars to Second-Hand Paintings, Imagines a Thrift Store Far Far Away

It Belongs in a Museum!

Ltd. Art Gallery’s Game of Thrones Exhibit Makes Me Want to Book a Flight to Seattle ASAP

I am straight up drooling looking at all the wonderful art on offer at Ltd. Art Gallery’s “Winter Is Coming,” an A Song of Ice and Fire-inspired show. I’ve selected some favorites to show you, which was a hard task, and we previously showed you Mick Minogue‘s Game of Thrones action figures, also on display. I thoroughly recommend looking at the entire lineup on Ltd.’s website, though. And, of course, checking it out in person if you’re in the Seattle area. The show is open now and runs through Sunday, March 23rd.

(via Laughing Squid, Ltd. Art Gallery)

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Bottleneck Gallery Celebrates The Amazing Films Of 1984

Brooklyn’s Bottleneck Gallery consistently puts on really great shows filled with pop-culture goodness. The latest, opening Friday, is titled “It Came From 1984.” I never really kept track of the year movies came out but damn, 1984 was a gold mine!

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Check Out Six Pages From Gail Simone’s Tomb Raider #1

Gail Simone, comic-writing veteran of some of the most celebrated runs on Birds of Prey, Secret Six, Batgirl, Red Sonya, The All New Atom and Wonder Woman, has taken up the task of shepherding Lara Croft from her most recent hit game to its sequel, and not in a miniseries, in a new ongoing adventure. Here’s the first six pages of that debut comic, straight from Dark Horse themselves.

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Let Mandy Sweeney Tell You All About D.C.’s Museum of Science Fiction

Last year I was fortunate enough (for an East Coaster) to be able to visit Seattle’s EMP Museum of Music, Sci-Fi, and Popular Culture. I can confidently say that it’s about time we got something like this on the East Coast. Luckily a new sci-fi museum is coming to Washington, D.C..

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Disney Makes Distribution Deal For Lucasfilm Franchise Indiana Jones

When Disney acquired Lucasfilm last year, the property on most peoples’ minds was Star Wars. But Indiana Jones was also part and parcel of that deal, a few things just needed to be worked out first. And now they have. And now we have to discuss a possible new Indiana Jones film.

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The Story of Maria and the Dinosaur

Yes, it’s an ad. But it’s and ad about the important place of museums in both cataloguing, displaying, and inspiring the work of others.

Also it’s like the AMoNH designed it just for us.

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It Belongs in a Museum!

Watch The Wonderful Trailer For Studio Ghibli’s The Tale of Princess Kaguya

No, not Hayao Miyazaki‘s The Wind Is Rising, the trailer for which can be found here. This is for The Tale of Princess Kaguya, which will also come out in 2013 and is directed by Isao Takahata. It’s a long trailer, but it is gorgeous and you won’t regret watching it.

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Spot all the Nerd References In This Amazing Piece of Art

Danielle and Idan approached artist Aviv Or to make them the very geekiest piece of art that ever was, and I’m going to go out on a limb and say they got what they were looking for. Click here for “Geeky Road” in full-size; you really need to see this one bigger to catch all of the references. For a bonus, Or posted an in-depth guide to her process for creating this piece.

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