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The Fifth Element

  1. Teenage Armenian Girl Performs The Fifth Element’s “Diva Dance” on The Voice

    Multipass.

    Victoria Hovhannisyan is a famous soprano in Armenia. While Albanian soprano Inva Mula originally sang the Diva Plavalaguna's famous song for Luc Besson's The Fifth Element, Hovhannisyan, with her five-octave range, has also been known to favorite the "Diva Dance" tune (the first part of the song comes from the opera Lucia di Lammermoor). The clip above comes from when she performed on Russia's The Voice. The best is when you notice the judges know the movie by heart.

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  2. Leeloo Is The Perfect 8-Bit Being In This Version Of The Fifth Element [VIDEO]

    The Future Is Now!

    CineFix has put together an 8-bit version of my all-time favorite film, The Fifth Element (with a little 16-bit, they admit.) What I wouldn't give to play this game. My only issue is they kept her in the bandage outfit the whole time. I personally prefer the orange suspenders. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  3. The Fifth Element’s Multipass Will Soon Be A Reality For UK Travelers

    The Future Is Now!

    I need this technology immediately. If only so I have a legitimate reason to go around saying "Multipass" ten times a day. 

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  4. The Fifth Element Was Originally Supposed To Star Julia Roberts, Mel Gibson, & Prince

    The World May Never Know

    UNBELIEVABLE!!! 

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  5. Heroes of Sci-Fi and Their True Loves

    Awwwwww

    Rhett Hildebrandt used these graphics of sci-fi/fantasy OTPs (that's One True Pairing, y'all) to propose to his fiancée through social media (I'll let When Geeks Wed explain how). She said yes, but the drawings are still up on the internet for the rest of us to enjoy.

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  6. Super Green Fifth Element LEGO Model Recreates Fhloston Paradise

    where does he get those wonderful toys

    Welcome to Fhloston Paradise! The hotel of a thousand and one follies, lollies, and lick 'em lollies. A magic fountain flow of non stop wine, women and hootchie cootchie coo! Yeah, I did that straight from memory. The Fifth Element is my favorite film. I'm not sure if I've talked about my obsession with it on The Mary Sue before but let's just say I have Leeloo's tattoo and leave it at that. So when we were sent this fantastic LEGO creation from Matt De Lanoy I jumped with joy. The "Fhloston Paradise" set was created as part of a larger set up for a Northern Illinois LEGO Train Club show. This is just the empty set, as it were, click ahead to see what it looks like when all the "actors" are thrown in. And yes, there are Mangalores galore. (Matt De Lanoy via Anonymous Tipster)

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  7. Things We Saw Today: A Fridge That Definitely Has Room for Leftover Turkey

    Things We Saw Today

    I'm just saying. If I hadn't already cleaned out my fridge after losing power for four days during Hurricane Sandy, I'd be thinking about it. (That's Nerdalicious!)

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  8. Things We Saw Today: This Eye Of Sauron is a Tall Cake

    Things We Saw Today

    Not going to lie. If I had this cake I'd want to reenact the tower toppling scene. (That's Nerdalicious!)

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  9. Saintly Icons of Women from Science Fiction Cinema

    eye candy

    Just this morning we showed you a saint turned into various pop culture icons, well here are some sci-fi icons made saintly by artist Jska Priebe, for her series STELLAR: The Women of Science Fiction. I'd seen her version of Ripley before, but had no idea it was merely a single part of a series. Believe it or not, you can buy prints of all of them at Priebe's store, and in the meantime, you can look at all of them right here.

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  10. Ïve Bastrash’s Beautiful Alternate Movie Posters

    eye candy

    Canadian artist Ïve Bastrash's alternate movie posters are kind of creepy. In that I'm not sure how he got a look at my DVD collection, because that's, like, in my apartment. I'm just saying, if he'd wanted to borrow a movie or two, he could have just asked.

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