Page 2: The Fifth Element, The Hobbit, Orson Welles, Sherlock Holmes 2, Harry Potter, Looper, Alien, Thor, Roger Rabbit, Whitney Cummings

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 40 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!

Teefury's t-shirt of the day today is a Super Mario Brothers/Thor mash-up titled "Now That's a Hammer, Bro!" Available today only, and for only $10 plus shipping.

A man was shot for eating popcorn too loudly during Black Swan. [gawker]

Dimitris created this digital painting of Jessica Rabbit (from Who Framed Roger Rabbit) in a Slave Leia gold bikini. [geekologie]

Kat Dennings will star in CBS' multicamera comedy pilot Two Broke Girls, co-written and executive produced by former Sex and the City showrunner Michael Patrick King and comedian Whitney Cummings. [deadline]

Ron Guyatt created this poster for The Fifth Element. [reelizer]

Indiewire/Spout writer Christopher Campbell has started a blog which will focus on documentary films. Sounds like it has a lot of promise to provide all kinds of unique content.

Sandi Toksvig helps BBC host Graham Norton reenact the chestburster scene from Alien, as talk show guest Sigourney Weaver watches on. [super]

Hollywood.com lists 10 Truly Awful Fake Accents In Film (thanks to /Film reader Lascelles L).

IMPA have the movie poster for That's What I Am.

FastCompany explains why there believe Exit Through The Gift Shop is a Banksy prank.

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Cosplayer Xtreme Jenn hangs off a 165-foot waterfall in Victoria, Australia dressed as video game/movie chatacter Lara Croft. [kotaku]

Horror News lists the Top 13 Best / Worst Horror Movies based on Books.

/Film reader Mitchell H send this photo of his son Owen, their dog Indiana and Jabba the snowman.

Orson Welles unfinished film The Other Side of the Wind will finally be released. [theguardian]

Here is the first photo from The Vow starring Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams. [playlist]

The Society Pages takes a look at the origin of Zombies.

Warner Bros have released a new photo from Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. [playlist]

Travelated lists Epic Movie Trips You Can Recreate.

TORn has exclusive photos of The Hobbit sets being built in Miramar, New Zealand.

TopTenz lists Top 10 Horror Films of the 1950s.

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Rian Johnson continues to post behind the scenes photos from the set of Looper.

And here is some video from the set of Looper.

Ashley Judd is in talks to star in ABC's action series Missing. [deadline]

Reddit user naked_dave1 posted this photo of his friends who went dressed as an AT-AT Imperial Walker to the Madison protest.

Jason Isaacs will star in NBC's drama pilot REM. [deadline]

Here is the second movie poster for Limitless.

Xenix lists Top Seven Things I'm Looking Forward to in Thor.

Moviefone published this Star Wars/Pokemon mash-up, created by an unknown artist. (thanks to /Film reader Lascelles L)

Rotten Tomatoes takes a look back at Dudes in drag in their Total Recall column.

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RedBubble is selling a Calvin and Hobbs/Harry Potter mach-up t-shirt titled "Harry and Dobbs". [fashionablygeek]

The King's Speech and Black Swan have both passed $100 million at the domestic box office. [wrap]

Chill your drinks with Star Wars R2-D2 and Han Solo in Carbonite-shaped ice molds, for preorder from BigBadToyStore. [thatsnerdalicious]

WGAW board members claim that Comcast want "to destroy' the Writers Guild of America. [wrap]

BleedingCool has photos from India's 1st Annual Comic-Con.

Tim Burton's editor Chris Lebenzon talked to THR about Frankenweenie at the ACE Eddie Awards:

"It is a very sensitive movie, it speaks to a lot of our childhood fantasies," Lebenzon said, "The theme is the same — the boy brings his dog back to life. In this one he gets the idea from a certain place, he has a lot of friends who do the same thing, they're in a big contest. I think it has grown to be more of a feature world."

This is the first behind the scenes photo of Jeri Ryan from the Vancouver set of the Mortal Kombat: Rebirth web series. [cbr]

Screenrant has an article about how director Kenneth Branagh has tried to make Thor as accessible to mainstream audiences as possible.

Edgar Wright has posted an English-translation of the Japanese Scott Pilgrim vs. The World movie poster (which features a different title than the US release).

Watch the the first teaser trailer for the X-Men anime.