iSteve, Funny or Die’s biopic of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, premiered Wednesday, after the humor site delayed its release out of respect for victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. Originally scheduled for April 15, the film’s release date was pushed to April 17. As Funny or Die’s longest project to date, the nearly 80-minute comedy is a parody
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If you are looking forward to the release of the new Iron Man 3 movie featuring the Marvel Comics character Iron Man, and directed by Shane Black and produced by Jon Favreau, who directed the first two Iron Man films. You are sure to enjoy this 2 minute Iron Man 3 trailer
Last month, comedy site Funny or Die announced that it will be releasing iSteve, a 60-75 minute movie based on the life of Steve Jobs, on April 15. The film stars Justin Long, who gained fame among Apple fans for playing the role of “Mac” in the popular “Get a Mac” advertising campaign,
Dustin McLean of DustFilms creates extremely low-budget remakes of Hollywood trailers and movie scenes using items and equipment that you may already have lying around at home. McLean simply used good ol’ fashioned creativity to remake shots that cost Hollywood millions of dollars to create. For Iron Man 3 trailer, he used an
Here is an animated version of the Matrix movie. This version doesn’t really reflect the style of the original and no one’s wearing a leather trenchcoat, the action bears little resemblance to wire fu, and there isn’t even one instance of bullet time.It’s got its own kicky little vibe, though.
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