Page 2: Black Swan, The Hobbit, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vertigo, Almost Famous, LeVar Burton, Indiana Jones, The Lion King, Star Wars

What is Page 2? 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 28 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 you have any interesting items that we might've missed that you think should go in /Film's Page 2 – email us!

/Film reader Jeff Lienenveber has created some minimalistic posters for the 2011 Best Picture nominees, including Black Swan and The King's Speech.

Jinx has a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-parody t-shirt design titled "Cowabunga". Available for $17.99-$19.99.

Jesse Eisenberg says he would love to make a guest appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man, alongside The Social Network co-star Andrew Garfield. [metro]

After leaving her out of a list of black actors who have won an Academy Award, Whoopi Goldberg reminds the New York Times that she won an Oscar. [popeater]

Blastr lists 14 unsettling examples of horror-villain movie makeup.

Tron: Legacy cat is ready to enter the grid. [myconfined]

Mrs. Mac has created this awesome 9-inch round LEGO Indiana Jones/Star Wars cake. [likecool]

Hollywood Chicago interviews Tommy Wiseau, director of The Room.

Check out the trailer to Horrid Henry – The Movie 3D starring Theo Stevenson.

How Did He Win That Girl Over? LatinoReview's Melissa Molina lists "Top Five Worst Romantic Male Leads"

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KinoGallery has a new poster for The Conspirator.

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TrekMovie has some photos from LeVar Burton's guest star appearance on Community.

Joanne Siegel, the widow of Superman co-creator Joe Siegel, died on Monday at age 93. [bleedingcool]

Fans recreate Transformers using their hands and the mirror feature on their webcam. [buzzfeed]

Check out Thomas Kovach's posters for Inception and Lost. His work kinda looks kind of like Hellboy artist Mike Mignola. See more of his artwork here. Thanks to /Film reader John S for the tip.

An official casting call for Elves in the upcoming The Hobbit films has been posted at TORN.

/Film reader Jeff Yorkes has mashed up Cameron Crowe's Almost Famous with "Cover of The Rolling Stone" by Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show.

Threadless has released a new zombie t-shirt titled "Zombie Shadows".

Pixar artist and LEGO fanatic Angus MacLane has created a LEGO chibi Lego dropship from Aliens. [flickr]

GeekTyrant has a first look at photos from the independent horror film Nerd of the Living Dead.

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Someone in Brooklyn, New York built a Castle Grayskull from Masters of the Universe out of snow. [geekologie]

Last Exit To Nowhere is selling Gerties Sandwiches t-shirts from the movie Paul.

This is what a steampunk version of Boba Fett might look like. [rampagedreality]

Michael Kennedy created this sweet poster for Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo. [reelizer]

Dan Wright performs a one-man a cappella of "I Wanna Be Like You" from The Jungle Book. [disneyblog]

The Autumn Society's Bobby O'Herlihy has created a poster for Army of Darkness.

Want to see ILM's Darren Aronofsky Q&A Speaker Series events online! http://ilm.com >About ILM>Speaker Series. Enjoy! [Firstshowing]

Reddit user U731lvr posted this photo of "A very nerdy friendship that has spanned over a decade, multiple movies, a cult TV show and a race on Top Gear. Is it wrong to envy?"