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STAR TREK GETS LEGO TREATMENT

Tuesday, March 31 by

Yesterday evening, Wired posted some pretty Trek-tacular recreations of famous Stark Trek scenes.  The artist?  Frank Elchesen.  The medium?  Legos.  I'd really like to see the Tribbles episode done up, and I challenge Mr. Elchesen to somehow recreate the furry and adorable, yet pesky little buggers with Legos.  I say it can't be done.  Prove me wrong, Elchesen and I have a Star Trek T-Shirt for you!!!See more of his photos after the jump!

Tuesday TV Preview

Tuesday, March 31 by

Ozzy has come back with his family, 'reloaded' in the form of what looks to be the family venturing into Candid Camera and MadTV territory, with a dash of Nickelodeon goop. Also check out the 2 hr biography of America's favorite porn star. Your preview after the break.

Annalynne McCord From “90210″

Tuesday, March 31 by

Where You've Seen Her: AnnaLynne McCord, has made quite a name for herself (as confusingly spelled as it is) as Naomi on the CW's "90210."  She also played Eden Lord on "Nip/Tuck" and can be seen in Fired Up and Day of the Dead.  We recommend watching AnnaLynne fire a gun in the latter.AnnaLynne Says: “I know you fantasize about me while you're pumping away on little Miss Jenny Craig.”See photos of AnnaLynne after the jump!!! 

“DRAG ME TO HELL” POSTER UNLEASHED!

Tuesday, March 31 by

The new poster for Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell has been unleashed from the depths (and ShockTilYouDrop.com).  Click to enlarge poster, and if you haven't seen the trailer, check it out here.

STAR TREK SEQUEL HITS WARP SPEED… AND OTHER NEWS

Tuesday, March 31 by

Kurtzman, Orci & Lindelof signed onto Trek Sequel (AICN)Apatow Slasher Gets Name (CHUD)Miramax Gets Into Sperm Donations (Variety)Paul Bettany will be a Priest (ComingSoon)Marvel Superheroes What the @%&? Series Takes Flight (MTV)

House Recap: Locked In

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24 Recap: 11pm-12am

Monday, March 30 by

Bauer's been exposed. The CDC all dressed in their HAZMAT suits take Bauer, and tell him to get undressed. The scarred and naked Bauer gets sprayed down and scrubbed by the team while they take some tests.Meanwhile, Almeida and the bioweapon are dropped in StarkWood via helicopter. Jonas tells his bioweapon specialist to hurry up on getting the darn thing activated, 'cause the Feds "are going to be coming with all they got." He then walks inside where Almeida is getting interrogated. He asks him about what the FBI knows about the weapon. Almeida stays strong. Then his top aide tells him that they should probably dispose of the weapon before the Govvies come in and expose them for everything they got. "I think you're just trying to save your ass!" Jonas says.The CDC tells Bauer that he has an airborne virus, and he orders them to deliver him as evidence to FBI.

THE TOP 40 CARS FROM FEATURE FILMS (#5-1)

Monday, March 30 by

5. BATMAN'S TUMBLERMake/Model: Wayne Enterprises Tumbler (Military Grade)In Batman Begins, the Tumbler goes from the back room of Wayne Tech to the streets of Gotham in a matter of scenes, and the only way to describe Batman’s badass ride is in the words of the startled Gotham beat cop: “a tank.”  It’s got everything a costumed vigilante would need, including armor plating, boosters and rocket launchers.  And in The Dark Knight, it’s even got a built in escape vehicle called “The Batpod.”  You don’t get that in your standard Toyota.  When Michael Caine says, “The Lamborghini is much more subtle,” he actually means it.     4. THE ECTOMOBILE (ECTO-1)

THE TOP 40 CARS FROM FEATURE FILMS (#10-6)

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10. THE DEATH MOBILEMake/Model: 1964 Lincoln ContinentalFlounder’s brother’s car is wrecked when Otter, Boon and some of the other Animal House Brothers take it on an ill-planned road trip.  But the enterprising D-Day resurrects it like a fiery phoenix and redubs it, “the Death Mobile.”  Face it, Flounder.  This car is much better off as a nihilistic parade float then it ever was as a chick magnet. 9. THE GENERAL LEE

THE TOP 40 CARS FROM FEATURE FILMS (#15-11)

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15. THE MIRTH MOBILEMake/Model: 1976 AMC PacerAhh… the Mirth Mobile from Wayne’s World.  Never before has such a pedestrian car been given a custom flame paintjob and a tape deck, and been transported into a chariot of the rock gods.  You have not heard Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” until it has marched forth from the Pacer’s speakers and crushed your eardrums.  It will be mine… oh yes… it will be mine.  (It would also be stretched into a limo version in Wayne’s World 2.) 14. CAMERON'S DAD'S FERRARI

THE TOP 40 CARS FROM FEATURE FILMS (#20-16)

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20. BUMBLEBEEMake/Model: 1977 & 2009 Chevy CamaroTransformers Director Michael Bay was accused of “raping our childhoods” when he eschewed Bumblebee’s VW Beetle roots for the Camaro, but in the end, it was a stylistic choice that worked.  Hell, it got Shia Laboeuf to first base with Megan Fox.  Now that’s a car worth the sticker price!  (If you’re into indirectly paying for sex, but aren’t we doing that every time we take a date to Chili’s and order an extra appetizer?) 19. DOMINIC TORETTO'S CHARGER

THE TOP 40 CARS FROM FEATURE FILMS (#25-21)

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25. THE PUSSY WAGONMake/Model: 1997 Chevrolet C-2500 Silverado FleetsideKill Bill Vol. 1’s Buck (Michael Bowen) is one lecherous scum sucker, and his nickname for his ride – painted brazenly all over the body  – is certainly fitting.  It’s Buck’s disregard for decency and driver’s etiquette that puts this truck on the list.  I wonder if it’s ever run into the Wiener Mobile? 24. COBRA'S MERCURYMake/Model: Customized 1950 Mercury MontereyCrime is the disease.  Meet the car that delivers the cure.  Marion “Cobra” Cobretti (Sylvester Stallone) puts this tank of a car through war, destroying the Monterey while he demolishes a psychotic gang bent on world domination… This car is best driven with a match hanging out of the driver’s mouth. 23. LOUISE'S THUNDERBIRD

THE TOP 40 CARS FROM FEATURE FILMS (#30-26)

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30. POLICE SPINNERMake/Model: Mead VTOL aerodyneBlade Runner’s celebrated production designer, Syd Mead, came up with the concept of the spinner, a flying car with vertical take-off and landing capabilities. Designer Mead has described the spinner as an aerodyne – a vehicle which directs air downward to create lift, though press kits for the film stated that the spinner was propelled by three engines: "conventional internal combustion, jet and anti-gravity".  We recommend test driving one as long as you bring your Vangelis tunes to pump over the stereo. 29. MARCIE'S LAMBORGHINI

THE TOP 40 CARS FROM FEATURE FILMS (#35-31)

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35. WALT'S GRAN TORINOMake/Model: 1972 Ford Gran Torino The car isn’t actually driven all that much in Eastwood's Gran Torino, but it’s the impetus for one of 2008’s best offerings when Walt Kowalski’s Gran Torino becomes the prize in an initiation for a neighborhood gang made up of Hmong kids.  The car is a tough old relic, whose engine growls sound a lot like Eastwood’s character every time he opens his mouth.  The car spits out a lot fewer racial epithets, though.  34. FREDDY'S CADILLAC

THE TOP 40 CARS FROM FEATURE FILMS

Monday, March 30 by

In honor of Fast & Furious, opening this Friday, Screen Junkies wanted to take a joy ride down memory lane and pay homage to what we think are the most memorable automobiles ever put on film.  To make this list, you didn't have to be the fastest; you didn't have to be the coolest.  Hell, you didn't always have to work.  But personality gets the most mileage, and these forty vehicles have enough personality to drive forever.  Screen Junkies presents… The Top 40 Cars From Feature Films! 40. THE VW TRANSPORTER

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