harley tattoo

Suicide Squad Director David Ayer tweeted photos yesterday from Harley’s Tattoo Parlor Parlour where the cast really got inked. In full Harley Quinn makeup, Margot Robbie grabbed a gun and signed Ayer’s skin with “SKWAD.” Then the rest of the cast took turns in the camaraderie.

Check out the tattoo-bonding photos with the cast after the break.

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jurassic heels

Jurassic World features lots of dinosaurs and some stupid humans fleeing from them, like Claire Dearing who wears high heels the whole time. This insane parody gives everyone in the Jurassic Park series high heels, making it way more stylish in the process. Even the dinosaurs get a little something special to wear as they hunt the hapless humans.

See the video after the break.

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Planning to see Ant-Man this weekend? You definitely should. The uninitiated can head on past the break to get up to speed on a bit of Ant-Man history (and costumes) from 1962 to the present day.

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Paul Feig continues his (awesome) habit of breaking news on Twitter by tweeting out pictures of new props and costumes from his upcoming Ghostbusters movie.

This morning, we got the picture up top with the hashtag #whatyougonnashoot. Last night, there were four costumes with the hashtag #whatyougonnawear.

I feel like, at this point, he can just start ending his tweets with #youknowyouregonnaseeit.

See his tweets after the break.

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From the original Clone Troopers who were created to fight for the Republic in the prequels to the First Order troopers we’ll be seeing in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Stormtrooper armor (mostly helmets) and weapons have evolved steadily over the years.

The following infographic highlights all of the major changes in one convenient place. Check it out after the break…

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Everybody talks about the Nike sneakers with power laces, but what about those inside-out jeans? Anyone clamoring for them? No?

Regardless, Back To The Future fan Ross O’Mullane wants to fully prepare your wardrobe for October 21st 2015 with ‘Outties’. They’re jeans based on Marty McFly’s inside out pants, but Outties have belt loops, an accessible fly, and even useable pockets.

I’ll admit, I think this is…nuts. But, Ross went so far as to make a Kickstarter to create these, and there is a small chance they could get funded.

Nostalgia is one thing, but this just hurts my head. Then again, I’ve always been a bit of a square and BTTF day is coming up. I’ll let you be the judge.

See more pictures and the project video after the break.

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As you probably recall, the 1993 movie Jurassic Park featured a can of Barbasol modified to smuggle dinosaur embryos. In a nod to the original, Barbasol is promoting Jurassic World with special limited edition cans. They feature art by Mark Enlgert and are part of a sweepstakes where you can win all sorts of prizes, including a vacation.

See videos and another picture after the break.

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jubilee and jean

It’s only the second day of shooting and Bryan Singer is already having fun teasing us with photos from the set of X-Men: Apocalypse. He posted this picture of Lana Condor as Jubilee and Sophie Turner as Jean Grey. All of a sudden, I’m having embarrassing flashbacks about stuff I wore in the ’80s.

Check out the Instagram post after the break.

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joker top

Jared Leto has been teasing us with his Joker transformation for the last month or so, but Suicide Squad director David Ayer gave us our first good look last night in honor of the character’s 75th anniversary. It’s uh…different.

I mean that “damaged” tattoo though…

Check out the full image after the break and let us know what you think in the comments.

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These absolutely precious earrings each feature a different character from Big Hero 6. There’s Baymax with and without his armor, Hiro, and that big old Mochi cat. They are made of polymer clay finished with glaze and have surgical stainless steel pots.

The earrings can also be purchased in seperate single sets.

Product Page ($19.50)