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  1. Can You Survive the Office Culture? Analyzing the Pros and Cons of 6 Fictional Companies from Sci-Fi

    As many science fiction fans do, I often imagine how well I would fare in the future. These hypotheticals usually focus on post-apocalyptic scenarios in which the common lifestyle is crossbowing aliens and outrunning nuclear explosions. But I’d like to imagine another scenario with you: How would you fare as a pencil-pusher in corporate dystopia?

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Doctor Who & Wall-E LEGO Are Coming!

    We figured it was a sure thing but it's still cool to hear official word that LEGO will be selling official Doctor Who and Wall-E sets.

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  3. Pixar’s WALL-E Remade With Kittens, Because That Movie Wasn’t Cute Enough [Video]


    Sadly, this video does not show us what a kitten would look like in zero-G, but such are the limitations of Earth-bound living rooms.

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  4. Sci-Fi Travel Posters of Where You Wish You Were for the Holidays

    There And Back Again

    You're not in Iowa, are you? If you're in Iowa, this joke doesn't really work. Either way, Justin VanGenderen's prints are lovely indeed.

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  5. It’s Monster vs. Robot in Pixarific Rim

    Peanut Butter and Chocolate

    Drifting inside Walle-E? Well, everybody keeps making Buzz and Woody jaegers, but personally I think Merida and Elinor would probably be pretty good. I mean, we could also say her little brothers, but Wall-E doesn't have a third arm. Previously in Pacific Rim

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  6. Here’s a Spot-On Working Wall-E Replica [Video]

    This is like a thousand times cooler than your Roomba.

    Replicas aren't cool. You know what's cool? A billion replicas. Working replicas. That's why we love this Wall-E robot. It looks spot on, but it's also a functioning robot. It doesn't compress trash, but it does move on its treads. It also plays sounds and music from the film, and even makes us feel feelings just like the real Wall-E.

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  7. TV and Movie Scenes Re-Created In Minimalist Legos

    Audience Participation

    Lego artist Nick Desimone has taken minimalist movie posters to the next level: minimalist Lego scenes. He renders classic characters in dioramas using the least amount of bricks possible, creating iconic moments without the benefit of faces, intricate detail, or non-geometric shapes-- just with brightly-colored blocks. Can you guess all of the movies and shows which are Lego-fied here? (via GeeksAreSexy)

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  8. Don’t Look Directly at This Amazing Pixar Theory or Your Face Might Melt From Joy

    Oh God, it's full of stars.

    Everybody loves trying to connect all of the films of a particular director or film company so that they exist in the same universe. Naturally, Pixar's various Easter eggs and cross-film references makes it a shoe-in for this kind of nerd speculation. Many have tried, and all have failed thus far, but writer Jon Negroni has probably gotten the closest that we're ever going to get to integrating all the Pixar movies into one narrative. His theory is a work of genius. I might cry.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Han Solo Impersonating Bob Ross

    Things We Saw Today

    Drawing a happy little Millenium Falcon. (via Geeks Are Sexy) 

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  10. Tom Cruise Plays A Robot In This WALL-E/Oblivion Mash-Up [VIDEO]

    This Makes Sense

    If you haven't heard of the upcoming Tom Cruise movie Oblivion, let me just say this - it kind of looks like WALL-E. So it's no surprise YouTuber Giant Mimosas decided to lay the audio from the Oblivion trailer on top of WALL-E footage. And it's kind of perfect. (via /Film) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  11. Things We Saw Today: WALL-E In Carbonite

    Things We Saw Today

    James Silvani is an expert at mixing Disney with Star Wars (and did it long before the acquisition). Here's WALL-E and EVE in a familiar scene. 

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  12. I’m Betting This is The Cutest Video Featuring the Curiosity Rover We’ll See For A While

    Warning: May Contain Feelings

    Melbourne, Australia commissioned a cute video to remind its passengers to exercise save behavior when boarding trains or waiting at stations called "Dumb Ways to Die." Seattle's Cinesaurus created this homage video to it all about the Mars Curiosity Rover I feel obligated to point out that since all the rovers are referred to as "she," like many other inanimate vehicles, this video contains a brief moment of lesbian robot love. It also contains references to Amelia Earhart, Aliens, Half-Life 3, Doctor Who, and at about 1:05, something that just might make an xkcd fan tear up, so that's pretty cool too. (via Laughing Squid.)

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  13. There Is A Real WALL-E Traversing Our Planet Right Now [VIDEO]

    What It Says On the Tin

    It's been a while since Pixar's WALL-E hit theaters but we haven't forgotten how much we love that little robot. Apparently neither has Mike Senna. He'd previously built a working R2-D2 and took him to City of Hope pediatric cancer charity events but decided to take on another challenge. He worked 25 hours a week on WALL-E, outside his normal work hours, for over two years to complete the project. Check out the video above but also check out Senna's blog for some more info, pictures, and fun! I have never wanted a robot to be my best friend more than right now. (via Blastr)

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  14. Working WALL-E Replica Complete, Melts Hearts Everywhere

    Prop maker and hobbyist Mike Senna has been working on a remote-controlled, life-size replica of Disney-Pixar's WALL-E since 2010. Now, his work is complete, and we get to see WALL-E roam the Earth he never knew. Directive: Make children happy.

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  15. Things We Saw Today: Burlesque Princess Leia

    Things We Saw Today

    A gorgeously done Burlesque Princess Leia from DeviantArt user jazreet911. (via TheBirdandtheBat)

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  16. Controlling A 2012 Robot With A 1983 Notebook PC

    Technology moves fast. Often, you'll be hard-pressed to force devices that are just a few years apart to interface. Sometimes though, it's surprisingly easy. Aliencurv accomplished quite the feat in that regard by modifying a 1983 TRS-80 with 20kb memory to control a 2012 Wall-E robot. Sure, it's not quite modifying a telegraph key to tweet, but I'd argue this is somehow crazier.

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  17. When Wall-E Met Prometheus — Another Brilliant Mashup Trailer [Video]

    Together At Last

    Hey, remember just a little while ago, we posted an amazing mashup trailer, "The Lion King Rises"? And then it exploded all over the internet and now has over a million views? Brad Hansen has treated us once again to an excellent trailer combo featuring Pixar's Wall-E and the upcoming Alien prequel, Prometheus. It's already gotten the blessing of Prometheus screenwriter Damon Lindelof on Twitter. After the jump, contrast and compare with the real Prometheus trailer.

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  18. Things We Saw Today: Brave Fan Art (Already)

    Things We Saw Today

    Not that we're complaining, but Pixar's Brave doesn't come out until 2013. We've barely seen any official art from it, but some of us are way too psyched to not draw up some fan art featuring our newest heroine, Merida. This piece is by DeviantARTist Keena53, and we are more than happy to share it! (via Diary of a Death Starlette)

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  19. Things We Saw Today: Doctor Wheuss

    Things We Saw Today

    Fa-Who-Ro-Re Dah-Who-Do-Re, Welcome TARDIS, come this way ... (via Blastr)

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  20. Things We Saw Today: Perfumes That Will Drive The Hulk Wild

    Things We Saw Today

    Who knew the Hulk had side job modeling to pay the bills? Find out about the new Marvel book, Shame Itself #1 from improv comedian Kurt Braunohler.

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