Ript Apparel’s t-shirt design of the day is a Clockwork Orange/Smurfs mash-up titled A Clockwork Smurf, created by artist Captain_RibMan. As with all of RIPT’s t-shirts, the design will be for sale today only. So act fast before midnight or it will not be available. The good news is the t-shirt is available for only $10 plus shipping.
Teefury’s t-shirt design of the day is a Star Wars/Dr. Who mash-up titled “Robots in Disguise” featuring R2-D2 disguised as a Delek. As with all of Teefury’s designs, this t-shirt will only be available today, and today only. The good news is that you can buy the tee for only $9 plus shipping.
Take a better look at both designs after the jump.
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Sony Pictures Animation/Columbia Pictures has released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming big screen CGI/live action hybrid 3D adaptation of The Smurfs. It is exactly what you might expect. Watch it now after the jump, and leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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Sony Pictures Animation/Columbia Pictures has released the first official photo from the upcoming big screen CGI/live action hybrid 3D adaptation of The Smurfs. The photo features our first look at the computer generated Smurfs: Grouchy, Papa and Clumsy, in Times Square New York City. Check the uncropped photo out in full, after the jump. We also have a full description of the teaser trailer, and information on where/when you can find it.
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In April, we posted the first set photos of Hank Azaria as Gargamel in Sony Pictures Animation/Columbia Pictures’ big screen CGI/live action hybrid 3D adaptation of The Smurfs. Many commentors thought Azaria looked ridiculous. You haven’t seen anything yet. The film is currently shooting in New York City, and recently shot a sequence outside FAO Schwarz where someone with a video camera caught Azaria in action. Check out the footage, after the jump.
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It’s breakout time for Greta Gerwig. She had a slightly (very slightly) more mainstream part than usual in Noah Baumbach’s Greenberg and a great little role in The House of the Devil (pictured above). Now there’s a report that she is in talks to take Liza Minelli’s old role in the brewing remake of Arthur. Russell Brand is already set up with Dudley Moore role, as a drunk, self-indulgent playboy who falls for a charming blue-collar shoplifter (that would be Gerwig), while Helen Mirren is reportedly taking the droll role butler played by John Gielgud.
On one hand, this remake seems utterly absurd and pointless. On the other, Gerwig is a fantastic choice for the part. She’s the first aspect of this equation that has made me thing, “yeah, ok, I might see that.” [Deadline]
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The first set photo of Hank Azaria as Gargamel in Sony Pictures Animation/Columbia Pictures’ big screen CGI/live action hybrid 3D adaptation of The Smurfs. has been released on SplashNews (via: ComingSoon). I’m not sure what to think of this. He definitely looks like the real life version of the animated character, but at the same time he looks beyond ridiculous. What do you think? Read More »
I was thrilled a couple weeks ago to see that Oren Moverman will rewrite and direct Rampart, based on a story and script by James Ellroy. The film covers the scandal that engulfed the Rampart Division of the LAPD in the ’90s and now, perhaps appropriately, Ice Cube is in the cast. The guy went from being a full-on anti-authority spokesman to reformed family man and comedy filmmaker, and now he’s going back to the subject of crooked cops.
The irony is that Cube will play a cop in the film — he’s the homicide detective that investigates a dirty Rampart cop played by Woody Harrelson. Ben Foster is in the film, as well, but we don’t yet know his part. [Deadline]
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Sony Pictures Animation/Columbia Pictures has released a press release announcing the beginning of production of the big screen CGI/live action hybrid 3D adaptation of The Smurfs. The release features a couple bits of new info:
- Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Terminator Salvation) has joined the voice cast to play Clumsy Smurf
- Fred Armisen (SNL) will voice Brainy Smurf
We also get the first official plot synopsis:
When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world and into ours – in fact, smack dab in the middle of Central Park. Just three apples high and stuck in the Big Apple, the Smurfs must find a way to get back to their village before Gargamel tracks them down.
Sounds like the storyline is a bit like Alvin and the Chipmunks meets Enchanted. Read the full press release after the jump.
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