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Chewbacca bento.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides has already hit $400 million at the worldwide box office in less than a week.

Alan Rickman published this farewell letter to the Harry Potter movies in Empire Magazine.

Geek Deal: Amazon has Transformers: The Complete Series for just $59.99, 40% off the series' $100 retail price.

Converse will release a line of Chucks featuring Green Lantern, Flash, Superman and Batman in June.

Topless Robot lists 12 cool people behind geek tv theme songs.

Frog Island posted a video of the superhero's toasting Green Lantern in celebration of his new movie. The discussion becomes if Hawkman will ever get his time in the sun.

Sundance Selects has picked up Declaration of War, the opening night film of Cannes critics week.

Tara Billinger has posted her contribution to the Autumn Society's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles art show.

A Tumblr blog theorizes that Max Fischer, the character from Rushmore, wrote the Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou:

The Life Aquatic is half-play, half-movie – the sets are elaborately designed and sometimes low budget, but retain much of Max's earlier fascination for spectacle and adult themes.

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Someone remade Star Wars, in 3 minutes, using action figures.

Roger Ebert has blogged about bad movie theater projection:

I despair. This is a case of Hollywood selling its birthright for a message of pottage. If as much attention were paid to exhibition as to marketing, that would be an investment in the future. People would fall back in love with the movies. Short-sighted, technically illiterate penny-pinchers are wounding a great art form.

Someone on Etsy is selling Big Lebowski coasters.

Bleeding Cool talked with Matthew Vaughn about his upcoming Mark Millar-Dave Gibbons super spy project:

I don't like the name. I don't know where he came up with that shitty name. ...  I rang up Mark and said I've got this idea, what we did for Kick-Ass, why don't we do this for spy movies? I co-created it with them [Millar and Gibbons]. We're writing that at the moment. We came up with a great plot and great characters and it's weird, because I'm telling it to my kids every night as a story to see what they react to or not. But I've got to make a decision... We both came up with these characters, which are cool, but the problem is, I cannot decide which way to go. I could make it a really great kids film, but I don't want to be Spy Kids, or I could make it really hardcore. You know how Kick-Ass did sort of fall between 'Is this a kids movie or is it an adult's film?' and it's sort of neither, that's the problem I'm having with the super spy thing because the plot is great and the characters are great but I haven't worked out the tone.

Grégoire Guillemin has created a set of sharp looking superhero illustrations.

Fox Searchlight have launched a website for Mike Cahill's sci-fi indie drama Another Earth located at MeetYourOtherYou.com which lets you communicate with your "other self" from that "other Earth."

Green Lantern mimobot flash drives are available from Mimico from $22 for the 4GB up to $57 for the 16GB version.

HBO gets social with HBO connect.

Watch a new television spot for Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens.

Ben Stiller is optimistic about Zoolander 2: "It's kind of coming along slowly. [...] We're raring to go, not quite sure where the studio's at. Hopefully it'll come together."

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Today's t-shirt of RIPT Apparel is a Chewbacca-inspired design.

Pajiba lists the 10 Greatest Movie Threats of All Time.

Shock has the US trailer for John Carpenter's The Ward.

Vulture has an article titled "From The Godfather Part II to Indiana Jones to X-Men: First Class: The History of the Movie Prequel"

"The Friendly Spirit" by Anna-Maria Jung is a cool t-shirt tribute to Totoro.

FunnyOrDie has the Definitive Guide to "That Guy": Every Character Actor You Need to Know.

Watch a faux alternate ending to Back to the Future.

Fox is close to signing Glee co-star Jane Lynch to host the Emmy Awards.

Glen Brogan created this illustration titled "April Fools" for the Autumn Society's upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles art show.

HBO has picked up filmmaker Peter Berg's primetime reality series On Freddie Roach, about boxing trainer Freddie Roach.

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Nocturnal7 have created an a capella version of JJ Abrams' Super 8 trailer.

Brazilian filmmaker Jose Padilha (Elite Squad) is teaming up with screenwriter Nick Schenk for an English-language political action film.

Jennifer Ofenstein spent almost two years putting together this Harry Potter quilt.

The Sarah Palin movie, The Undefeated, premieres in Iowa this June.

Star Trek rap: Data's Ode to Spot.

Matthew Vaughn explains why Kick-Ass 2 probably won't happen:

Everyone says we're doing Kick-Ass 2 but... the weird thing about Kick-Ass 2 is I'd love to do it, because I enjoyed it so much, but I'm a big believer that if you're going to do a sequel it's got to be as good as the first one if not better. I just don't know how I could... My business brain just says do Kick-Ass 2, shoot it and get it out there and it would make a lot of money but I really do love that movie. It was a special moment to me making that film and I don't want to spoil it. I'm not saying it's as good as Pulp Fiction but I think it would be weird if Tarantino did Pulp Fiction 2. Everything that made Kick-Ass original and fun, if you do it again, it would be crass...

Joby Cummings is selling this Boba Fett-inspired "Boba Tea" print.

PopMatters lists the 10 Greatest War Movies of All Time.

Someone has recorded an electric guitar version of Daft Punk's Derezzed from the Tron: Legacy soundtrack.

Morgan Spurlock will count down the Top 50 Documentaries for Current TV.

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Check out this X-Wing Fighter Soapbox Derby Car.

StarWarsShop has marked down all of their Indiana Jones items by 50% for just two days.

The Cosby Sweater Project attempts to draw the patterns of the many sweaters featured on The Cosby Show.

BleedingCool lists Five Reasons Why You Might Think Pirates 4 Is The Best One Yet.

Check out this new somewhat violent image from The Adventures of Tintin.

The AV Club has a good article titled "The last action heroine: Why tough actions don't always equal strong women".