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C-3PO is arguably one of the most well-versed characters in Star Wars. With fluency in over 6 million forms of communication, he can put most of us to shame. Luckily, Google has added Aurebesh, the ancient written language used in the Star Wars movies, to Translate so you can brush up on your skills. Show More Summary
What’s the new rumor about the villain in Aquaman? Will there be any R-rated DC Universe movies? What does the inside of Marvel’s Phase 2 Blu-Ray box set look like? Is there a Gotham easter egg in Supergirl? What’s Batman doing withShow More Summary
Cardiff Blues hooker Matthew Rees is banned for seven weeks for stamping on Harlequins number eight Nick Easter.
Mr. Sunday Movies points out some of the easter eggs and hidden references in the newly released trailer for the upcoming Marvel film Captain America: Civil War.
If you go to Google.com and search 'A long time ago in a galaxy far far away', the results will appear in a Star Wars opening style crawl, complete with audio. It worked for me in Chrome but not in Firefox. Many Bothans died to bring us this information. Show More Summary
Scott Stapp from Creed reviews Creed and Attack of the Clones gets an alternate ending in today's Nerd Alert!
Google has many Easter eggs hidden in its code. For example, you can search "do a barrel roll" to see a visual effect, "once in a blue moon" to see a precise calculation, and the "answer to life the universe and everything" to see what you get when you multiply six by nine. Show More Summary
As a company staffed by some bona fide geeks (and, hey, we’re not complaining!) Google is undoubtedly excited about the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And what better way to show it than with possibly my favorite Easter egg in Google history? If you haven’t heard about it yet, read on to discover more. […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
This is totally the coolest thing I have seen today, and I know fellow Star Wars fans will agree!
Hey! Have you heard? There’s a new Star Wars movie coming out. Surprise! I know, right? Who knew. You’d think someone would have said something about it by now. Just kidding. Star Wars is on just about everything right now. Really. Walk into a toy store. Star. Wars. Everything. Now it’s all up in Google. Read More
A local megachurch, Christ's Church of the Valley, had their Easter service at University of Phoenix Stadium. It featured a discussion with QBs Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton. Palmer leads the NFL in QB rating.
Now that you've binged all of Jessica Jones (you have, right? It's been like five days!), it's time to delve into the chasm of fun Easter eggs we've become accustomed to in Marvel properties, courtesy of Mr Sunday Movies....
On November 18th, Sony uploaded a new ad to YouTube. The video, which promotes the electronics company’s Xperia family of tablets and smartphones, at first glance appears to be a fairly standard spot. Pay close attention at the four-second mark, however, and you’ll find the ad’s special gimmick. Show More Summary
Disney and Lucasfilm's seemingly unstoppable campaign to plaster every corner of the universe with promotions for the upcoming "Star Wars" flick "The Force Awakens" has claimed another scalp — a cute Easter egg on Google. Users who type "A long time ago in a galaxy far far away" into Google's search...
Star Wars: Battlefront is the most detail-obsessed Star Wars game yet, so its no surprise they've added plenty of Easter eggs, from the films as well as the concept art. GamesRadar discovered most recent, and likely the best, in the form of the original Star Wars trilogy's most famous bloopers.
The city of La Crescent, Minnesota has this dual cross/star structure sitting on government property. On Christmas, they light up the star. On Easter, they light up the cross. How do they get away with that promotion of Christianity?Simple. No one ever called them out on it... until this past summer.