“Every ginormous idea is born in a very special moment.” The LEGO Click community is the company’s new forray into social networking to create a “collaborative environment designed for inventors, artists and creative enthusiasts to share their vision about new products and toys.” Take a look at the vid below, and if you’ve got the time check out the site which is constantly getting built upon (and gets points for me for including everything from Star Wars to the Aptera).
Star Wars Burlesque (yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like) recently took over the Los Angeles club Bordello for a night of geeky debauchery thanks to the folks at Devil’s Playground. The clip (and pics which you can view here) are a little NSFW, but it’s Star Wars Burlesque so you aren’t going to let that stop you, are you?
Just a friendly reminder that the third season of Chuck begins tonight with a pair of episodes before returning to its regular spot tomorrow on Monday nights. To help get you in the mood here’s Jeffster performing “Mr. Roboto” from last season’s finale guest-starring Chevy Chase and Scott Bakula.
Aside from canceling teh ‘monkey’s travel plans, the latest snowfall has slowed us down a bit here. We’ll still be bringing you some awesome, but we’ve got to shovel it out from under the latest snow drift first (which might take awhile).
The Kansas City Film Critics gathered together last night for our annual vote. Up in the Air was the night’s big winner taking home Best Picture, Best Actor (George Clooney), and Best Adapted Screenplay. Kathyrn Bigelow took home the award for Best Director (The Hurt Locker), Up was voted Best Animated Film, and District 9 was honored for with the Vince Koehler Award for Outstanding Science Fiction, Fantasy or Horror Film. You can check out the full list of winners here.
David Tennant is gone. Despite the schmaltzy over-long ending of “The End of Time Part 2” (did Peter Jackson direct the final half-hour?) I must say I was relatively happy with the manor Tennant’s Doctor said goodbye (though a few less tears and whining would have been nice – did Bryan Singer direct these segments?). But we’ve now got a new Doctor to discuss. Here’s the trailer for the first season of Matt Smith at The Doctor.