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Indiana Jones

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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DO WANT

Stop What You Are Doing And Behold This Beautiful, Geeky Art Show

This is one of those rare times that I regret moving away from Southern California. Hero Complex Gallery, located in Los Angeles, is currently hosting a gorgeous joint exhibition by artists Meghan Stratman and Nicole Gustafsson. Adventure Show features paper art and illustration with a heavy dose of geek culture. In other words, everything I love. For those who can’t attend in person (sob), feast your eyes here.

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It Belongs in a Museum!

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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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Some Nannas & Batman

“Nanna Nanna Bat Man” by Dave Collinson. (via /Film)

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Ms. Pac-Man, The Femme Fatale

Komboh has prepared field identification charts for arcade games. Arm yourself with knowledge.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: The Wreath of Khan

Christmaaaaaaaaas! (by Annie Shapiro, via Nerd Approved)

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Insidery

Disney Says It’s Not Done Shopping for Your Favorite Franchises

About a year ago Disney acquired Lucasfilm and stomped on the anthill that is the nerd world, sending us scrambling to figure out where we were in a world where Star Wars sequels could be made with minimal influence from George Lucas, and where one company owned the Disney Princesses, Pixar, the Muppets, Star Wars, and the film rights for the lion’s share of Marvel superhero characters. In comparison the Disney/Marvel acquisition seemed perfectly normal: Warner Bros. has owned DC Comics for years now, after all.

Disney’s chief financial officer told reporters at a conference yesterday that Disney isn’t necessarily done acquiring franchise properties, though they don’t have any in mind at the moment. They’re just, you know, leaving room in case they want dessert.

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It Belongs in a Museum!

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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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Shirt That Gives You Khan’s Chest

I’m going to assume that this doesn’t come in a ladies cut, but I really hope that doesn’t stop any woman from wearing it and knowing that she has the most hilarious getup for miles. (Fashionably Geek)

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It Belongs in a Museum!

This is Why Indiana Jones Doesn’t Go on Blind Dates Anymore

You can imagine how it goes: you talk to somebody online and are really impressed with their down to earth nature, chiseled good looks, or great cleavage, and you say “Hey, I really like how you roll, do you want to meet up some time?” So you agree to see each other in the park and then it turns out they look nothing like their profile picture and just won’t take no for an answer when you tell them you’d really rather not be chased down, rolled over, and crushed. Super disappointing.

Previously in Indiana Jones

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