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Anyone who’s seen an episode of Robot Chicken can appreciate the bizarre comedy that can be mined from toys and models filmed in stop-motion. It gives you the freedom to set-up some odd scenarios, say, Darth Vader getting destroyed by the likes of Indiana Jones, Jack Torrance and, er, Albert Einstein.
Before you ask: no, it isn’t the plot for the next Indiana Jones movie. According to a research paper published on the journal Meteoritics & Planetary Science, scientists have discovered that an Iron Man sculpture found by a Nazi expedition in Tibet is of extraterrestrial origin. Cue the music anyway.
Everyone loves Indiana Jones. That’s just science. But you’ve also probably seen all of them a hundred dozen times. So please allow us to present these wonderful documentaries about how the Indy films were made. So yeah, there’s your Saturday night. No time for love, Dr. Jones.
The groom’s cake may be a bit of a consolation prize for otherwise being ignored on the big day, but that doesn’t men you shouldn’t milk it for all its pastry goodness. Like this guy, who got himself the Ark of the Covenant in cake.
Of everything that was wrong with Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull — and there’s lots — the atomic bomb scene draws the most ire and criticism from fans. And surprisingly, it turns out it’s not even plausible. What?!
How do you propose to the ultimate Indy fan? Not with snakes or crystal skulls, that’s for sure. You pop the question with the snap of a whip. Or at least a whip ring.
Is it wrong for big names in geek culture to license out their brands to steal the hopes and dreams of gamblers everywhere? Welcome to the Dark Side, where one of the first things we saw after stepping off the flight to Las Vegas was a Star Wars slot machine. It seems in Vegas, nothing is sacred, so we’ve gathered a collection of some offenders below. And made bad jokes about them, too.