Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 34 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness.
If Mr. T and E.T. had sex and made a baby, he would look something like Mr. E.T. [myconfinedspace]
Total Film takes a look at 25 greatest Coen Brothers movie moments.
LaughingSquid discovered this awesome tribute to the Cantina Band from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, doing a street corner serenade in San Francisco.
Terminator: Salvation director of photography Shane Hurlbut, a huge proponent of consumer DSLRs, is challenging viewers to separate digital from film shots in his new movie. Can you? [Gizmodo]
SpY created this Star Wars-themed street art. [tdw]
EW takes a look at the 25 best soundtracks since 1984.
frosti has created a Robin hoodie.
Sci-Fi lists the 15 cursed movie objects that you NEVER want to own.
The indie superhero dramedy Defendor now has a movie poster. [impa]
Loaded Gun has a listing/schedule of 20 movies which were filmed in Boston and hit theaters in 2009/2010. Wow, there is a lot of film production in Beantown these days.
Simon Holmes created this custom Battlestar Galactica Admiral Adama Mighty Mugg.[toycutter]
The Playlist has a look at the soundtrack for Jason Reitman‘s Up in the Air.
Check out this geekarific wedding invitation. [tdw]
Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien showed up at #5 on the annual Forbes list of top-earning dead celebrities this year after raking in $50 million between October 2008 and October 2009.
/Film’s Hunter Stephenson was quoted in the newspaper advertisements for The House of the Devil.
EW lists 20 crap-tacular action films we love.
Have you seen Kurt Russell‘s Star Wars audition tape yet?
SAW series star Tobin Bell has never seen a Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th or Halloweenfilm. [mtv]
MentalFloss has a photo look at what Stormtrooper action figures do on their day off.
MetroMix takes a look, in one of those annoying slideshows, at the decade’s 16 biggest WTF movie moments.
From BoxOfficeMojo via MMM comes this chart of the top movie websites for the end of October.
Scream 4 will be set 10 years later, which isn’t a big surprise since we already knew that Courtney Cox and David Arquette would be reprising their roles, and both look 10 years older. [mtv]
Watch the trailer for Stephen King‘s new novel Under The Dome. [shock]
Chud takes a look at the 5 stages of the geek movie experience.
Showtime’s Dexter hit another series high Sunday night, with 1.9 million viewers . [livefeed]
To celebrate the 70th anniversary of Marvel Comics, TimesOnline lists 70 facts you didn’t know about the famous comic book company.
Cinematical has a first look at the character posters for The Men Who Stare At Goats.
Geeks of Doom recommends 10 geek books to read this fall.
The celebrate the 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray and DVD of Say Anything, a mob of Lloyd Dobler look-a-likes took to the streets of New York City, ressed in trench coats carrying boomboxes, in search of winning back true love.
The Chinese government has given Disney approval of the company’s application to build a theme park in Shanghai. [wrap]
JoBlo has discovered this fan created listing of expenses from the comedy The Hangover.
PopCrunch takes a look at the 20 movies that are better than the books they were based on.
Great White Snark discovered this AT-AT cake, which even features a snowspeeder trying to take it down.
Though “scheduled release dates are subject to change,” according to a Marvel Q3 earnings report, video game adaptations of Thor and Captain America are scheduled for release in May and July, to coincide with the big screen films. [splash]