The Walking Stones

Most of you know here at The BDNS we revel in conspiracy theories or just theories about our ancient past. Well someone has a new theory about Easter Island and all the standing statues, some of which weigh up to 70 tons. Check out the video below to see how they believe the ancients of this island move these massive statues around. The theory that has been somewhat accepted before this was that they move them by sliding them along chopped down trees. Pretty sure I’m still accepting this theory from the new one because they didn’t sculpt the statue right (made it so it favored their video and it only weighed 4 tons. Oh well still a cool concept and a pretty kick ass job to try to disprove all these theories.

Son Of A B!^%$, Michael Bay Is Right About Something

This week has been about a lot of words flying back and forth and no I’m not talking about the presidential debate. Get real people, let’s talk about something that matters. I’m talking about the words of Hugo Weaving complaining about his previous roles as Red Skull and the voice of Megatron in Transformers. With Red Skull Weaving mostly just voiced that he’s just not really into that type of movie and wants to make ones he’s more personally associated with…you mean like Agent Smith of the Matrix triology or Elrond of LOTR. I’m sorry Hugo, but this is what you are and how are seen in the acting world. And guess what?! You’re fucking good at it bro. That’s the definition of a wheelhouse if you ask me, almost as much as mine is drinking and owning in Halo in late hours of the night. Let’s get to these words though from Hugo about TF:

“That’s a weird job for me because it honestly was a two-hour voice job, initially. I was doing a play and I actually didn’t have time, anyway. It was one of the only things I’ve ever done where I had no knowledge of it, I didn’t care about it, I didn’t think about it. They wanted me to do it. In one way, I regret that bit. I don’t regret doing it, but I very rarely do something if it’s meaningless. It was meaningless to me, honestly. I don’t mean that in any nasty way. I did it. It was a two-hour voice job, while I was doing other things.”

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Agent Coulson Can’t Die

Well guess who’s back in your mothaf!@#$% house, Agent Coulson with a gun up in ya mouf. Sorry still reeling from a 90′s hip hop and R&B party I went to. It’s like I lived Grand Theft Auto San Andreas all in one night. Anyways to the real news. Clark Gregg, who has played Agent Coulson in multiple Marvel movies (who died in The Avengers), will be the star character in the upcoming ‘S.H.I.E.L.D.’ series. The fan favorite has definitely been heavily rumored to be doing just this, but now it has been confirmed. What hasn’t been confirmed is how the plan to write in how he’s still alive. Obviously we all know there’s plenty of explanations in the comic world, but which outlandish one will they use? I’m pretty partial to the full mind and body clone myself. Any ideas people? How do you want them to do it?

Daredevil Now With Marvel – Good Or Bad?

As of Wednesday Daredevil’s movie right’s now belong to Marvel; taken over from Fox Studios. A deal was never made for Galactus and Silver Surfer, so our dreams of an edgy and darker Daredevil may be gone. Joe Carnahan had been rumored to be attached to the Fox project and released this sizzle reel a while back. This reel blew us away to say the least (although we didn’t know it was made by Carnahan at the time) and has had us drooling ever since. Will Disney, who obviously now owns Marvel, allow for this kind of superhero movie? I know they’ve been attached to some movies where at the end you say to yourself, “Disney was a part of that, wow didn’t see that coming,” but the fact of the matter is this is a superhero movie and they know kids will be flocking to it. I guarantee it has no chance at a ‘R’ rating, but PG-13 could still be possible. Is that good enough for you though? With Marvel so busy with The Avengers and the stand alone movies of each Avenger, I doubt we’ll find out very soon. What does the nerdosphere think? Will Marvel be blind to Daredevil’s potential greatness?

You Maniac! You Blew It All To Hell!

Okay first off, no this isn’t Planet of the Apes news, but this news does deserve the title. Ridley Scott, the nerd god behind the our beloved Alien franchise and Blade Runner, has just connected the two universes through the Prometheus DVD. Did I mention there’s a Blade Runner Sequel coming as well? No? Well I think we all can see where this could possibly go and it really doesn’t need to. Just keep the things we love separated, like most of our generation’s parents and look how good we all turned out! What connected the two universes is an extra in the Blu Ray that has an email from Weyland stating the following;

A mentor and long-departed compeitor once told me that it was time to put away childish things and abandon my “toys.” He encouraged me to come work for him and together we would take over the world and become the new Gods. That’s how he ran his corporation, like a God on top of a pyramid overlooking a city of angels. Of course, he chose to replicate the power of creation in an unoriginal way, but simply copying God. And look how that turned out for the poor bastard. Literally blew up in the old man’s face. I always suggested he stick with simple robotics instead of those genetic abominations he enslaved and sold off-world, although his idea to implant them with false memories was, well…”amusing,” is how I would put it politely.

If you’re catching the non-subtlety of this message then you can see he’s clearing mentioning Eldon Tyrell  from Blade Runner. They might as well just say, “Hey Alien’s are about to fuck Blade Runner’s universe up!” Which is exactly what’s going to happen within the next 10 years most likely. Mr. Scott, fuck you very much.

Via Entertainment Weekly

Full Roster Line-Up For PS All-Stars Battle Royale

Without further ado your full roster for the game day release of PS All-Stars Battle Royale:

  1. Big Daddy (BioShock)
  2. Cole MacGrath (inFamous)
  3. Evil Cole MacGrath (inFamous)
  4. Colonel Redec (Killzone)
  5. Dante (DmC: Devil May Cry)
  6. Fat Princess
  7. Heihachi Mishima (Tekken)
  8. Jak and Daxter
  9. Kratos (God of War)
  10. Nariko (Heavenly Sword)
  11. Nathan Drake (Uncharted)
  12. PaRappa the Rapper
  13. Raiden (Metal Gear Solid)
  14. Ratchet and Clank
  15. Sackboy (LittleBigPlanet)
  16. Sir Daniel Fortesque (MediEvil)
  17. Sly Cooper
  18. Spike (Ape Escape)
  19. Sweet Tooth (Twisted Metal)
  20. Toro (Doko Demo Issyo)
Who are you completely stoked about? More importantly who are you most irate about not making the cut?
Via 4pgames.com

Master Chief’s New Toy

Yep that was a gawd damn mech in the new Halo 4 game to be released in November in a revamped version of the Valhalla map and it looks freakin sweet. Doesn’t look too overpowering and will add a fun new element to the game for sure. I wasn’t 100% on getting the new game, but adding mechs to Halo multi-player may just be enough. What say you Nerdosphere?

Strange Things Are Happenin’ To Thor

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read that title without singing the song from Toy Story? /Film has broke a rumor that seems to be gaining some momentum, so what the hell let’s talk about it. Pull up a chair, grab some tea, and take some hallucinogens cause we’re getting weird…or strange to be precise.

Thor 2 has apparently added a small role for the Budd’s favorite Dr. Strange. The one in talks for it? Viggo, Strider, Mortensen. What the hell is Strange doing in a Thor movie? Your guess is as good as mine. Never read Thor, never read Strange, and never been to Paris (it’s better in 3′s, trust me). From what I’ve gatehred from multiple sources is that they believe he may be there to repair Mjolnir (Oooooo maybe Kat Dennings will try to say it again, we can only hope!). What do you guys and gals think of the role being included and Viggo as Strange himself?

 

Jim Carrey To Kick-Ass

Deadline has reported that Jim Carrey has joined the Kick-Ass 2 cast at The Colonel. Ummmm, cool? I really have no reaction to this. I don’t know the Kick-Ass story and even more so I don’t know what the hell Jim has been doing with his time as of late. Really this should just be a tweet for a news update, but it still grabbed me enough to write up a bit of something. I mean the Kick-Ass movie was great, I love Jim Carrey, and now I get to post this awesome picture with it. Taaah daaaahhhh.

Michael Clarke Duncan Passes

The man with the biggest heart and smile in Hollywood passed away yesterday at the age of 54. I don’t really know what he did besides acting, but I do know that he was just one of the actors that when you saw or heard him on screen he just made you smile. Most notably known for his award winning role in The Green Mile, I know I’ll always remember him for being an awesome Kingpin from Daredevil, Bear in Armageddon, Manute in Sin City, & his voice talents in Kung Fu Panda. If you mention Green Lantern though then you’re just an a-hole. ‘A song for a heart so big, that god couldn’t let it live.’ May angels you in, may angels lead you in.

LOS ANGELES—

Michael Clarke Duncan’s fiancee says the Oscar nominee for “The Green Mile” has died while being hospitalized following a July heart attack.

Publicist Joy Fehily released a statement from Clarke’s fiancée, the Rev. Omarosa Manigault, saying the 54-year-old actor died Monday morning in a Los Angeles hospital after nearly two months of treatment following the July 13 heart attack.

The 6-foot-5, 300 pound Duncan appeared in dozens of films, including such box office hits as “Armageddon,” ”Planet of the Apes” and “Kung Fu Panda.”

Duncan had a handful of minor roles before “The Green Mile” brought him an Academy Award nomination for best supporting

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actor. The 1999 film, based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, starred Tom Hanks as a corrections officer at a penitentiary in the 1930s. Duncan played John Coffey, a convicted murderer.

Via The LA Times