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  2. georgetakei:

An oldie, but goodie. http://ift.tt/1qJJKjb

    georgetakei:

    An oldie, but goodie. http://ift.tt/1qJJKjb

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  3. thetechgets:

Microsoft brings back Clippy on Cortana

    thetechgets:

    Microsoft brings back Clippy on Cortana

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  5. tastefullyoffensive:

[doghousediaries]

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    [doghousediaries]

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  9. cracked:

As much as we want to see Betsy Ross fight werewolves with that sewing needle…
5 Types of Movie Adaptations That Must Be Stopped

#5. Public Domain Monster Mashups
Examples: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, Cowboys & Aliens, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, I, Frankenstein
Here’s a quick formula for a successful movie. Step one: Take a historical figure or a fictional character whose creator died long enough ago for their work to be in the public domain. Step two: Add a randomly selected creature or monster from the urban fantasy shelf in the nearest bookstore. Step three: Make a movie in which these two things either team up or fight each other to the death. Congratulations! You have just printed yourself a lot of money.

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    cracked:

    As much as we want to see Betsy Ross fight werewolves with that sewing needle…

    5 Types of Movie Adaptations That Must Be Stopped

    #5. Public Domain Monster Mashups

    Examples: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, Cowboys & Aliens, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, I, Frankenstein

    Here’s a quick formula for a successful movie. Step one: Take a historical figure or a fictional character whose creator died long enough ago for their work to be in the public domain. Step two: Add a randomly selected creature or monster from the urban fantasy shelf in the nearest bookstore. Step three: Make a movie in which these two things either team up or fight each other to the death. Congratulations! You have just printed yourself a lot of money.

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  14. scienceisbeauty:

Mashable: How Much Does It Cost to Be The Hulk in Real Life? And Batman, Spiderman, Superman or Wolverine? Conclusion, nowadays only the rich can be superheroes.

    scienceisbeauty:

    Mashable: How Much Does It Cost to Be The Hulk in Real Life? And Batman, Spiderman, Superman or Wolverine? Conclusion, nowadays only the rich can be superheroes.

    19 hours ago  /  576 notes  /  Source: scienceisbeauty

  15. tastefullyoffensive:

Business Pig [x]

    tastefullyoffensive:

    Business Pig [x]

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