At the end of the credits for the animated film, The Boxtrolls, there is bonus footage that shows the painstaking process of stop motion animation. Through time-lapse photography we get to see just how much work is required to bring the characters to life.
Art student Kincső Nagy designed an amazing glow in the dark version of the Harry Potter books, complete with interactive illustrations throughout. The Hungarian designer created simple covers for each book in the series, and the laser-cut illustrations come to life once the lights go out. Inside, readers will find illustrations that pop-up, fold out…
Jimmy challenges hip-hop lover Daniel Radcliffe to rap Blackalicious’ tongue-twisting “Alphabet Aerobics,” and he nails it. You’re a lyrical wizard Harry! You can hear the original song below (released in 1999) with motion typography added to highlight the tongue-twisting lyrics.
All you need to know is that it involves Bruce Lee.
Watch Bluey the Budgie talk exactly like R2D2! The talented bird was taught by Carli Jeffrey’s 7-year-old daughter who hand-raised him. Carli remarks: “He has always been a curious bird, he was really intrigued by our voices and the cockatoos we have in our garden – he even copied the noise the crested pigeons make…
Sure it’s far-fetched; but it’s well narrated, fantastically edited and an undeniably fun way to remember just how amazing Pixar movies have been. If you’re a fan of Pixar, be sure to check out our previous post:
From the people who brought you the unforgettable Bane Outtakes, here’s the classic Throne Room/Final scene from Star Wars IV: A New Hope without the grandiose score by John Williams and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra.
Sir Ian McKellen channels his inner Gandalf to offer some sage advice to a group of students that gathered outside of the Chew Valley School library in Somerset, England.
There will be explosions. Bonus: Michael Bay Titanic Gif
CGP Grey, the master of straightforward, easy to understand explanations tackles the fascinating mythology of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings universe in this brilliant 2-part series.