Thursday, June 11, 2015

Link Round-Up: June 11, 2015

Ultradrive Ship Final by kheng

"Ultradrive Ship Final" by Australia-based Kheng Teoh (Kheng)

A Dutch detective and Berlin police spent months searching for art commissioned by Hitler that went missing after German reunification.  Officials finally recovered the works in raids last week.

Game Of Thrones Fans Shocked After Some Little Goblin Or Something Killed Off In Last Night’s Episode.  The Onion brings us the story.

Have filmmakers settled for imitating the Christopher Nolan Batman movies’ grittiness, rather than trying to achieve their depth?

In which the scientific accuracy of Deep Impact is reconsidered.

Ohh, our hearts. Collider tweeted this sweet photo of dearly departed Christopher Lee on his last day on the set of The Hobbit with Peter Jackson, who bestowed upon him this little token of his and Fran Walsh’s affection for their Saruman. That was just one of Lee’s many memorable roles; EW has rounded up their favorites. Meanwhile, Elijah Woods, Mark Gatiss, Tim Burton, and more pay their respects.

With Jurassic World out this week, Vulture ranks all 16 Michael Crichton novels, one reviewer argues that the movie’s dinosaurs technically pass the Bechdel Test, and a commenter eagerly looks ahead to Jurassic Galaxy.

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