Again, the internet delivers, combining one of my favorite standup routines with one of my childhood playthings, in this interesting mashup of the insanity of Eddie Izzard alongside the joyful glee of stopmotion animation by way of Lego figurines.
Fresh off the set of the Michel Gondry helmed, Seth Rogen written adaptation of The Green Hornet comes the above image of Rogen as the title character.
You can see for sure that he’s slimmed down for the role, and I dare say it….looks the part!
But what can one expect from a superhero movie written by the team who gave us Superbad and Pineapple Express as lensed through the eye of one of the strangest working directors going today? We’ll find out in December 2010 when Green Hornet hits theaters.
While I’ve mentioned this game a few different times on my Twitter, I haven’t really gone at length about my love for it on here, so I thought it was time.
Blast-O-Rama audience, meet Canabalt.
Canabalt, meet the Blast-O-Rama audience.
The idea is simple. You’re running from an unseen threat, trying to get as far as possible without falling to your death. But with a great 2D greyscale style, addictive soundtrack, and great gameplay, you’ll be addicted to it for months to come.
The game started as a flash game designed in just a handful of games (and is still playable for free), but has just been released on the iPhone for $3. Honestly, I’ve played the free version enough to know that I want it on the go.
And as the opening screen says…be sure to play with headphones for maximum awesome.