List of posts with the tag: Monkey
|Concept Art for the Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Here are some drawings from the Concept Art created for the film Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011)
|June 8th, 2011
|Giant Baboon smashing a car
Great perspective effect in this photograph, or are watching Goku transformed in the huge saiyan monkey?
|March 30th, 2011
Celebrities with mouths instead of eyes, a funny Photoshop creativity… The resulting depiction is usually a creepier version of the photograph or, sometimes, a more glamorous one depending on the expression. Many were quick to point out that the main inspiration for this meme may come from The Corinthian character from Neil Gaiman’s comic book…
|February 17th, 2011
|Videos of EyePet for PlayStation Move (Cool Augmented Reality)
PlayStation Move brings to the gamers the possibility to play in Augmented Reality. EyePet is a game where you interact with a small monkey (mixed with cat and dog characteristics, its species doesn’t exist) in several ways. The game looks awesome. The game will also support 3D on 3D enabled TVs. The PSP version of…
|October 6th, 2010
|Princess Leia Vs. Ace Ventura
Once Ace Ventura arrived to Endor, he didn’t knew that it won’t be so easy to survive there, Princess Leia was already waiting him. Who will win? A man and his monkey … or a woman and her monkey.
|September 29th, 2010
|Sylvester Stallone apologizes to Brazil
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSseGEkKYn8 Actor Sylvester Stallone was interviewed on Sunday by Tv Globo Brasil, he was asked about what he said in the Comic-Con about filming The Expendables in Brazil, in a bad joke Sly said: You can kill people and blow the country up and they will say: Thank you, here, and take a monkey home….
|August 3rd, 2010
|Video of Sylvester Stallone talking about Brazil in the Comic-Con 2010
This happened in The Expendables panel in San Diego’s Comic-Con 2010. Watch the minute 2:00 Harry from Ain’t It Cool News asks Sly: That’s why you shot in Brazil. Because you can actually hurt people there, right? Sylvester Stallone: You can. You can kill people and blow the country up and they will say: Thank…
|July 24th, 2010
Space Monkey is a short video created as a collaboration between World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Ben Lee and Leo Burnett. Space Monkey carries a message about our planet, and features Ben Lee’s song, “Song for the Divine Mother of the Universe”. What happens if after several years an old monkey astronaut returns to Earth and…
|May 2nd, 2010