If you were too busy drooling over the contents of BBC America's recent Orphan Black teasers to notice anything out of the ordinary, you weren't the only one. But upon closer inspection, it became clear that each trailer contained a secret binary message right at the end. Take another look at all of the clips after the cut, and see if you can spot it. And don't worry if you can't - we'll just tell you.
Ahhh, Hook. An absolute classic from the 1990s that brought the story of Peter Pan bang up to date by making him a grown up businessman who never had time for his children and had forgotten all about fairy dust. Until he's forced to make a rescue attempt in Neverland, of course.
Hook's final battle is a pretty stand out scene, and the guys from CineFix have re-created it blow by blow. And guess what? They managed to recruit Dante Basco, the original Rufio! Check out a behind-the-scenes clip after the jump.
Ever since Back to the Future first shared just what hoverboards could look like (and do), we've been impatiently waiting for real-life boffins to get on with inventing them.
Then we came across this video ad by HUVrTech, and we finally thought our prayers had been answered. Hoverboards are now real?! Doc Brown himself (aka Christopher Lloyd) is endorsing them?! But alas, it just wasn't meant to be - the video is in fact a stunt by the team at Funny Or Die. Not cool, guys! Not cool.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is one of the world's greatest games in itself (if you disagree please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org), but through Oculus Rift it's now been taken to a whole new level. A totally immersive first person level. We can only explore Kokiri Forest at this stage, but that's enough to get us seriously excited about the concept. Download the demo here to see for yourself!
'All men must die' is the cheery strapline HBO are going with for their latest stack of Game of Thrones season four posters. Hit the jump for both familiar and unfamiliar faces coming at you in April.
Finding Nemo is one of the most inoffensive films there is, but that hasn't stopped The Jake Vale Show from unnecessarily censoring it in this clip, subsequently making it seem like a potty-mouthed grub-fest. Well played, gentlemen, well played.
As part of the powerhouse that is the HBO publicity department, an exclusive excerpt from George R.R. Martin's sixth novel, The Winds of Winter, has been released. The following is from a 'Tyrion chapter' -
Somewhere off in the far distance, a dying man was screaming for his mother. “To horse!” a man was yelling in Ghiscari, in the next camp to the north of the Second Sons. “To horse! To horse!” High and shrill, his voice carried a long way in the morning air, far beyond his own encampment. Tyrion knew just enough Ghiscari to understand the words, but the fear in his voice would have been plain in any tongue. I know how he feels.
This isn't the first time Martin has released a snippet from the novel - in January last year he shared this preview chapter on his website.
Every dedicated member of Clone Club will know that season two of Orphan Black returns to screens on 19th April. But have you seen the latest teaser trailer? There's lots of cool running and stuff.
This is a Big Bang Theory cast and apartment LEGO set created by brick fans Alatariel and GlenBricker. You can go vote for it to be made for realz by heading to the LEGO community platform and passing on to friends. If a project gets 10,000 votes, LEGO Group has to consider it. Go go go!