I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t often think about David Arquette. Sure, he was Deputy Dewey in the Scream movies, and that was fun. I remember something about him marrying one of the Friends. Maybe David Schwimmer? At any rate, one way I absolutely never thought of David Arquette? Dressed like this.
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You may not know who Diora Baird now, but you might have if her scene as a green-skinned Orion slave girl hadn’t been cut out of JJ Abrams’ Star Trek. She’s not the one who Kirk bangs in Uhura’s quarters, she’s a different, spunky chick who Kirk encounters in the hallway and confuses for his most recent conquest because, well I guess Kirk’s a racist and all green skinned people look alike to him.
Diora’s scene may not have made it into the movie but now it’s online and, it’s definitely worth your time. She’s spunky and cute and Kirk’s insincerity is exactly what you’d expect. Take a look after the jump:
The past few days have been so flooded with cool Star Trek tidbits that it’s probably starting to seem like this is a Star Trek fan site. Well it isn’t, it’s just a sci-fi site run by a Star Trek fanboy, who can’t help but be excited over stuff like this.
MTV has scored new images from Star Trek, among them your much anticipated first look at an actual green-skinned, generously proportioned, Orion slave girl. Admit it, you had a dream or two about green women after you first saw Vina shaking it in The Cage. Who hasn’t.
I got bitten by the stargazing bug a few years back, basically when I realized that I could buy a budget telescope and do some stargaze and not need a huge telescope like you see in the movies. Anyway, while I have my own awesome reflector telescope, I have been lucky enough over the last month to be given the opportunity to put to the test some fantastic telescopes. Stargazing is something I love to do with my two boys, so I was sure to let them have a go to as stargazing can be an excellent family activity. Anyway, grab your coffee and check out these five telescopes.
So you have gotten into amateur astronomy, you have your portable telescope, your finder scope, your guide book, your snacks and thermos of coffee…. But what are carrying around your telescope in. Once I was stargazing just outside San Antonio and so was this other guy and he carted his telescope around in a gym bag! A GYM BAG! You have probably spent a couple hundred bucks on your telescope and lenses can be fragile so you want a good telescope case to protect your equipment and also make it easy to carry from site to site. Well today I am looking at three popular carrying cases and seeing what one is worthy of your telescope.
Along with the Clone Wars cartoon, Star Wars Rebels is one of the first projects to fit into the new streamlined Star Wars canon. The show’s producers have often teased that characters and in Rebels may appear or be referenced in the upcoming live action films beginning with The Force Awakens, but that crossover also extends to existing characters turning up in Rebels. We saw Obi-Wan — or at least his hologram — early in the series, but tonight another legendary Jedi will cross paths with the Ghost crew…even if he doesn’t physically appear. Check out Kanan’s close encounter with Jedi Master Yoda below.