Here's a Friday dose of cosplay ingenuity to send you off into your weekend with a smile!
Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel were the most famous film critics in the world for a reason.
Pixar's looking a lot darker right now, huh?
Did you know that Batman and Buzz Lightyear hang out together? And fight crime? It's true!
Pixar's Toy Story has always been excellent grist for the mash-up mill—the Toy Story 3/Inception trailer job is a favorite—but none of them have been quite as wonderfully sinister as this, which reminds us that all work and no play makes Woody a dull boy.
Undead mashups are nothing new—Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is but one drop in a big bucket—but one fine artist has taken it to a new level, painting pitch-perfect recreations of classic posters with a particularly toothsome flair.
Videogame movies are becoming so common that we're even getting one based on Angry Birds. Making a film based on a plotless puzzle game pitting birds against pigs is a stretch, sure, but it's nothing compared to the news that we might see a flick based on FarmVille sometime soon. (And you thought those Facebook invitations were annoying.)
When a movie title nails it, a movie title nails it, and Toy Story seemed just about perfect. But according to Lee Unkrich—who edited Toy Story before co-directing Toy Story 2 and then directing Toy Story 3—deciding what to call the movie didn't come easy.
The house that John Lassiter (and Steve Jobs) built is celebrating its 25th birthday this year and an online art gallery has been fielding stellar contributions featuring some terrific interpretations of Pixar's cast of characters.