Apparently, Ma-Ti wasn’t useless after all.
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ThinkGeek has unveiled their yearly batch of April Fools products and, as you may know, some of these phony products have become a reality in years past. Check out this year’s crop after the break, and let us know what you would like to see make the cut.
There have been a lot of leaks with Michael Bay’s upcoming TMNT movie, and most of them have had fans worried. Your first good look is in the trailer after the break. Let us know what you think in the comments.
Daniel Hashimoto is a Dreamworks animator and an awesome dad to boot. That’s how his son became Action Movie Kid.
The series of short videos features Daniel’s son doing everything from superhuman feats to destroying toy aisles with lightsabers. From The Creator’s Project:
“Upon viewing the lightsaber and Iron Man videos,” Hashimoto told us, “My son replied, ‘Why if I did that for real-sies, Dad?’” Heart-melting.
Check out some of the videos after the break…
Hasbro sends us a big box of promo toys with all major Marvel movie releases and, once again, we’re using the opportunity to hook up a lucky reader with the release of their Captain America: The Winter Soldier line.
Take a peek inside the box after the break and learn how you can win it…
And yes, they are as awesome as you would expect.
Indeed, LEGO has unveiled 16-additional Simpsons minifigs (separate from the ones in the house set) that will launch on May 1st—just in time for the special LEGO-themed Simpsons episode on May 4th. The figures will be priced at $3.99.
Check out a gallery of the figures after the break…
Rumors have been circulating recently that Harrison Ford made Indiana Jones 5 part of his deal to do Star Wars: Episode VII. If that’s true, it contradicts a new, bigger rumor that Indiana Jones is set for a trilogy reboot with Bradley Cooper as the possible star.
According to Latino Review (who have a reliable track record with such rumors), Disney/Lucasfilm are looking at several actors for the part, and plan to go the James Bond route with the franchise. Currently, Cooper is at the top of the wish list.
What’s more, the rumor also states that The Walking Dead’s Frank Darabont (who also pitched an idea for Crystal Skull that didn’t end up in the final product) has already thrown his hat into the ring with a story idea.
Granted this is all speculation, but what do you think about the idea of rebooting Indiana Jones with another lead? What would you think about that lead being Bradley Cooper? Would you welcome Frank Darabont’s involvement? Let us know in the comments.