Stereotypes today are typically outdated and vaguely racist but when harmless, they can be quite comical.
Comicbook Resources got the trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron, apparently leaked early by Movieweb, and now it appears it has leaked everywhere.
This is the music video for It's Alright, by Fractures, filmed in location in Chernobyl, Ukraine, right after the Maidan revolution that shook that country.
"What happens when you serve McDonald's food to some experts and pretend it's a new organic meal?" ask Sacha and Cedrique.
Into Dusk is a sci-fi short film about a terminal patient—Ellie—and her lover—Wren—who is broke, desperate to save her life—and has a gun.
Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas made this fascinating time-lapse showing the massive migration of wildebeests from Kenya to the fresher pastures of Tanzania.
This image is so impossibly flawless in every aspect that is hard to believe it is real. Technique, composition, subject matter—it's like a perfect dream, but it's an actual photo of Svolvaer, Norway, by extremely talented Max Rive.
The first stage of Smart Highways—a project created by Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde and Hejmans Infrastructure—is finally completed and looks amazing.
Here is a beautiful animation series by Filios. Called Loterias, the five short spots focus on holidays in Mexico like the Day of the Dead and Mother's Day and Father's Day.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is basically Terminator 2 with mutants. Screen Junkies explains the plot similarities: "An indestructible bad ass gets sent back into time without his clothes to protect a vulnerable young man with long hair who will one day become a leader and stop a shape shifter from destroying the future." Yep.
Even if he looks like a retro video game player, I can still feel my spine shivering when Hannibal Lecter comes onto screen.
I mean, holy crap, I think this is the best movie trailer I've ever seen. Which, duh, makes sense since 2001: A Space Odyssey is a masterpiece and probably the best sci-fi movie ever but this new trailer, made to promote its theatrical re-release on November 28th in the UK is absolute perfection.
I've seen the future and it is math less and it is awesome and it is this PhotoMath app that solves math problems just by pointing your phone's camera at them.
I think this silly animation about a giant rock creature trying to rescue a town is a hilariously dark lesson that shows how some things just aren't worth saving.
I'm just posting this for two reasons. Because I find it fascinating from beginning to end—I just couldn't stop watching him prepping the cheese wheel to break it open—and because I just discovered there's a thing called Channel Cheese TV on YouTube.
Taiwanese photographer Yun-Fei Tou created these portraits of abandoned dogs minutes before being euthanized to "arouse people's awareness of animals rights." What really fucks me up about these images is that you can see their past suffering, the sadness in their eyes—and knowing what they don't know.
Holy crap, a company called Hendo just released this video showing a real world fully working Back to the Future style hoverboard.
I love this ad for the Helsinki-based radio station Palo Aalto. Not only because it's cool—the actors are the actual hosts of one of their shows—and well produced, but also because its insightful and hilarious concept.
Massilia is one the biggest and most important ports in France. This time-lapse by Dider Viodé shows not only that but its beautiful historic buildings, fantastic landscapes and, one of the things I miss the most since I moved to England, the light that makes from the south of France a gorgeous place to live in.
Daredevil Arnaud Longobardi shows a crazy array of paragliding tricks in this video shot in Charmonix, in the French Alps.