This Supercut Of Outer Space In Movies Is Ridiculously Beautiful

Sometimes all it takes is walking outside on a clear night to appreciate the endless depth of space above us. But then other times, it takes a superbly crafted supercut video mashing together some of cinema’s greatest trips through the cosmos. Cue this up on the biggest screen you’ve got and space out.


Offices In The Future Could Be Cool Enough To Enjoy Working There

RAAAFAs much as I’m enjoying the holiday break from work, and as loathe as I am to spend any time at all thinking about returning to the office, I have to wonder if part of that apprehension is about the office itself, rather than the job. My current office situation is the best I’ve ever had, in that I actually have one that I don’t have to share. It’s decorated with all kinds of geeky robot and space-themed stuff, and it’s a small sanctuary from the University’s hallways stuffed with students. Still, even in that space, I get restless fast. It’s tiny, and there are a couple chairs, but after a few hours of trying to work in there I need to make a break for the outside, even if it’s raining or freezing out. I feel my thoughts stagnating as I sit in one confined spot for too long, which impacts my work, and I know I’m not alone in this. But there’s good news — a Dutch design firm and researchers from the Netherlands’ University of Groningen are collaborating on ways to fundamentally change office work spaces for the better.


Check Out Yoda’s Star Wars Rebels Cameo In This Clip

Since the very beginning, we knew that Disney XD’s animated series Star Wars Rebels was not only going to serve the new, ever expanding Star Wars universe, but that it was also going to connect to what came before. Set between the events of Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, this is obviously a prime spot to reveal some hidden corners of the galaxy far, far away, but we’ve also seen familiar faces like Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi show up. Another favorite blast from the past is going to make an appearance, and now we have your first peek at Master Yoda’s upcoming cameo.

You don’t actually get to see Yoda in this clip from IGN, or even the upcoming episode “Path of the Jedi,” as you only hear the aged Jedi. But the exciting thing is, as with when James Earl Jones lent his legendary vocal chords to Darth Vader once again earlier in Rebels, Frank Oz, who voiced Yoda in the movies, is back in what is likely his most beloved role. Just hearing that voice is enough to give you goose bumps.


Mad Max Has You Dead To Rights In This New Fury Road Image

One of our most anticipated movies of 2015, Mad Max: Fury Road has been a long time coming, and the newest image from the film features Tom Hardy’s titular badass staring into all of our eyes, convincing us that the film won’t be delayed anymore. Check it out.

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Vin Diesel Teases A Role In This Non-Guardians Marvel Franchise

Vin DieselVin Diesel is not shy about letting the world know that he wants to be a part of a great many comic book movies. By many accounts, this is how he wound up with the role of Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy, by saying he was in a Marvel movie enough times that it magically became true. Now that it’s going to be a while before he’s in another Guardians film, he’s back to his usual ways, once again hinting that he could be involved in, or at least really wants to appear in Marvel’s upcoming Inhumans.

As usual, this latest tease comes from Diesel’s Facebook page, where he posted a picture of himself photoshopped over the words, “Are you Inhuman?” This isn’t the first time he’s pulled a similar stunt, as back in August he, once again via social media, posted a photo of Groot with the line, “I get the strange feeling that Marvel thinks I’m Inhuman.” And this was well before Marvel made that massive Phase 3 announcement that let the world know to expect an Inhumans movie on November 2, 2018.


See The Millennium Falcon’s First Close-Up Shot From The Force Awakens

Part of the draw in watching tentpole flicks like the Fast & Furious franchise or James Bond and Batman films, is seeing how much more ridiculous and advanced the vehicles get in each successive feature. Star Wars fans, however, are much more likely to get excited when things stay almost exactly the same as they were. Exhibit A: The first close-up shot of the “new” Millennium Falcon for J.J. Abrams Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Bow down to its retro-future beauty.

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