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Every time an Anonymous protester dons a Guy Fawkes mask, Time Warner goes “ka-ching”

Every time an Anonymous protester dons a Guy Fawkes mask, Time Warner goes “ka-ching”

Time Warner, gigantic media conglomerate and parent of Warner Brothers, owns the rights to the Guy Fawkes mask design from the 2006 Warner Brothers film “V for Vendetta.” So, every time you purchase one of those masks, they are paid a licensing fee. Nick Bilton in the New York Times has more.

A new Super Mario Bros film at SXSW

It's-a me, Mario!

Pirating the Oscars: 2011 Edition

Pirating the Oscars: 2011 Edition

Andy Baio has continued his excellent annual series, "Pirating the Oscars," which tracks each year's Oscar nominee's appearance on file-sharing networks, and keeps statistics on the method by which each nominee is captured and uploaded (camcordered, ripped from screener/pre-release cut, ripped from commercial DVD, etc). Because Andy does these [...]

Top 15 Surprising Facts About The Original TRON

Top 15 Surprising Facts About The Original TRON

Even though the original Tron (1982) is twenty-eight years old, there's sill a lot of things most people don't know about the film. In honor of the release of the sequel Tron: Legacy, tonight/tomorrow, here are the top 15 facts you don't know. (more…)

Christopher Nolan reveals title of third Batman film and that “it won’t be the Riddler”

Christopher Nolan reveals title of third Batman film and that “it won’t be the Riddler”

Christopher Nolan’s third Batman film will be called "The Dark Knight Rises" and though the Gotham City auteur isn’t ready to reveal the villain of his 2012 film, he did eliminate one of the big contenders: “It won’t be the Riddler,” Nolan said in an exclusive interview with Hero Complex. Nolan was most eager to talk about the [...]

Police training film about concealed weapons: Hidden danger everywhere.

"There's also hidden danger in this lipstick tube, popular with prostitutes." (more…)

How a wristwatch works (A film from 1949)

A 1949 film that reveals the inner workings of a wristwatch. They use a giant watch to demonstrate the function of the various parts.