This is the third trailer for J.J. Abrams “Star Trek Into Darkness” which will be in theaters May 17th. This trailer gives a better feeling of the relationship between James T. Krik played by Chris Pine and rumored Khan (but I sort of hope it is an alternate universe Picard) played by Benedict Cumberbatch. I am glad to see some space in this trailer as previous trailers seemed to have been stuck on the land and well… land is boring!
I’m a little late to this season, but I don’t think it’s ever too late to mention televisions most hilarious series! This season of Community is the first to not include the series creator and executive producer Dan Harmon, that mixed with a handful of network delays did not sit well with fans. But it seems as if the series has come back in full swing with all of our favorite characters. The first few episodes have felt a little soft in my opinion, but I have high hopes for the later episodes. What are your thoughts on the new season?
[q via=”Moby”]WHEN HUMANS MAKE STUFF, WE TEND TO MAKE INTERESTING THINGS[/q]
I had the pleasure of being able to watch PressPausePlay in theaters during the Cleveland International Film Festival. PressPausePlay is a film documenting the worlds transformation into a Digital Era. I am not quite sure the correct way to write about this film to get others as excited about it as I was, so I am going to leave a lot of the the talking up to the film. The film is about Art, Music, Film, Business and so much more, but also how these things have all changed because of digital. Some say for the better and others say for the worst.
[q via=”Seth Godin”]When everyone has access to the same tools then having a tool isn’t much of an advantage.[/q]
The world has changed so much in the past decade. An album can and have been created in bedrooms, films can be shot on what some would call pro-consumer equipment and end up on the big screen. We are no longer bound by the limitations of technology and money. We live in a time where creativity can be king. But with great power, comes great responsibility.
[q via=”Moby”]It’s Software, So now any kid can use a cracked version, or buy a version of Reason or Logic or Ableton and in about 5 minutes do what took 6 months or years, 20 years ago.[/q]
The consumer can become the producer, the director, the musician, the artist. But in a world where everyone believes they are a unique snowflake comes a blizzard of mediocrity. The good, the bad, they all end up in the same place and the cream of the crop doesn’t seem to rise to the top as easy as it once did (Even turds float). Your short film might be competing with a cat dancing, or your album against Rebecca Blacks’ Friday.
But the fact is that nothing is going backwards. There is no time like the present. You are either in or out, A zero or a one, alive or dead. This is the best shot you’ve ever got.
The teaser to the much anticipated return of JJ Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness has hit Youtube. The teaser doesn’t give away to much, just how I like my teasers, but the internet is crying out Khan! I for one am no hardcore Trekkie and simply just enjoyed JJs’ first Star Trek film so I will be making zero speculations before it hits theaters May 17th, 2013.
So that was terrible. This is basically a Visual Effects reel to show off how many humanoid models that can be generated and animated to do stupid things like create a human ladder or knock over buses. Brad Pitt seems so emotionless and stale. I am done ranting. Disappointment.
This movie trailer makes me tingle inside and want to pull out some Java how-tos. Maybe the actual movie will get me to pop out a little something. But I will leave you with a line from the about page.
In short: Making fun and games is anything but fun and games.