The Lorax isn’t directly connected with the dietetic field, but if he speaks for the trees then they are speaking for the health of humanity. The Lorax’s sage words, “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It’s not,” could be the motto of a recently formed group [...]
School is officially out for the summer in my part of the world. For those of us who are parents working mostly from home, this is both a joy and a curse. I love having my son home with me, but it is much more difficult to work. Which is approximately 56 hours of any [...]
The Lorax speaks for the trees and now writes for them, too. DeviantART member Inciatus made this bookcase inspired by Dr. Seuss's classic children's book The Lorax. He gave it to his cousin, an elementary school teacher. Link
Remember that moment?! How could you forget when our sexalicious Zac Efron dropped a kinky condom out of his pocket while walking the red carpet for The Lorax. And a magnum at that! It was a glorious moment that created all sorts of naughty fantasies for us! So you KNOW we’re super happy to hear Zefron talking about it [...]
Did you know Dr. Seuss penned a lesser-known book of nudes? Or about his advertising work? (Hopefully you’re not at work today.) Related posts: Quite the Crossover Artist Before Dr. Seuss penned the Lorax who spoke for the... More Steve Jobs In 1985, Steve Jobs was interviewed for Playboy. Show More Summary
In honor of what will hopefully be the last round of winter storms for most of the country, I present to you The Lorax as projected onto snowflakes. Back in mid-February Brian Maffitt turned his digital projector onto the snowstorm outside his window. The results are really quit …
Nathan Shields, a master of the art of the pancake, celebrated the 109th birthday of Theodor Geisel. Whenever Mr. Shields has pancake fun, so do his kids. At the link, you can view one of them eating a Lorax pancake. Link
Universal Chairman Adam Fogelson spoke with THR and conversation naturally turned to projects in the pipeline at the studio, which is...despite BATTLESHIP...coming off of a very good year (TED, THE LORAX, LES MIS). Soon enough we'llShow More Summary
Looking more like something out of The Lorax than what you would find in Africa's Kalahari Desert, these fantastically decorated telephone poles are actually home to the aptly named Sociable Weaver bird. More »
In the midst of snowstorm Nemo, YouTuber Brian Maffitt pointed his projector out the window and played The Lorax. This is the result. You can see stills of the colorful snow on his Flickr page. Hat Tip Link
I never suspected how wondrous the results would be if I shone a projector into a blizzard, as Redditor bmaffitt did three days ago.
Over the weekend, New York-based redditor Brian Maffitt aimed a projector—playing The Lorax—at the blizzard which struck the east coast and photographed the result. The images are a beautiful and psychedelic take on the pure-white flakes that fell. More »
New York-based redditor bmaffitt aimed his video projector (which he says was playing the movie, The Lorax) at falling snow during the recent blizzard and noticed some really beautiful results. He then took out his DSLR camera and shot these cool images. There’s more photos at his Flickr page. photos by Brian Maffitt
After the rage-inducing financial success of The Lorax, Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures is apparently on a mission to ensure that Dr. Seuss' most popular books all know the touch of CG. The next Seussian project on their slate is another remake of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Mr. Grinch's expression up there says it all. More »
Illumination Entertainment (The Lorax) is developing a computer-animated remake of the Dr. Seuss holiday classic 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas'.
After teaming up to bring Dr. Seuss' tales such as The Lorax and Horton Hears a Who to the big screen, Universal Pictures and Illuminaton Entertainment are teaming up again to animate one of the authors rhyming stories. However, this time will mark the first collaboration adapting a book that has already seen two different versions made. Show More Summary
From the studio that made The Lorax.
Following the success of last year's The Lorax, Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment are making plans to adapt another classic Dr. Seuss tale. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that an animated version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas! is in the works with newcomer Peter Candeland directing. First published in 1957, the Dr. Show More Summary
Last year, Zac Efron was quite abundant on the big screen from his cheesy romance The Lucky One to his voice role in The Lorax, not to mention his scene-stealing indie role in Liberal Arts and role in the odd film The Paperboy. Now Efron...Show More Summary
Over Halloween weekend, New York City photographer Eric Harvey Brown donned an orange blow up suit and boogied around as a “funky tangerine.” wearing an orange blow up suit, channeling lorax, but maybe a cross over sunburnt holk hogan or an orange oompa loompa. eric shows us how the commodores are done. via Viral Viral [...]