After nearly a year of teasers, trailers and a spoof college admissions website for Monsters University, the prequel to 2001′s Monsters, Inc., Disney Pixar released the movie’s final trailer Thursday. The animated flick lands in theaters on June 21.
The clip focuses on one-eyed student Mike’s determination to prove he’s scaryMonsters University is set about 10 years prior to what transpired in Monsters, Inc., and will tell the story of Sulley and Mike, rival fraternity brothers who…
If you’ve wanted every single member of the Justice League to help you solve a puzzle, or have Superman give you a lift to the top of a building, you’ll be excited about the announcement of Scribblenauts Unmasked
Scribblenauts, developed by 5th Cell and published by Warner Bros. Interactive, is a franchise that gives the player power to create any object of their imagination by typing it into the game. The open-puzzle game allows players to come at problems with many different solutions
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Did you think the presidential debate yesterday was slightly boring? Do you think it would have been so much better if there was some music in the background? Or, you know, if instead of talking Barack Obama and Mitt Romney sang instead?
Luckily, YouTube comes to the rescue. The Gregory Brothers, who brought us the other auto-tuned classics like Oh My Dayum, have turned some highlights of yesterday’s presidential debate into a song.
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In honor of Tolkien Week, Warner Brothers released a new trailer Wednesday for Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
Warner Bros. chose to release its first trailer for the film on Facebook. For the follow-up trailer, the studio is debuting the trailer on iTunes — although YouTube copies are already cropping up.
Originally designed as two films, Jackson announced that The Hobbit would become a trilogy on his Facebook page back in July.
This will be Jackson’s latest trilogy…
Smule, the popular iOS app maker behind such hits as Magic Piano, I Am T-Pain and Glee Karaoke is finally making its way to the Android platform — starting with its latest hit, Songify.
Created in conjunction with the Gregory Brothers (the Auto-tune the News guys), Songify is a super simple way to turn speech into music.
Users simply speak into the app and turn their words into auto-tuned musical bliss. Users can then share those tunes with their friends across social networks.