How many science fiction objects have not been turned into Lego things? The seaQuest from seaQuest? Moya from Farscape? The A-Team Van? A Lego version of the vineyard where Picard’s brother lived in future France? The Space Olympics guy? What else is left? Really?
Luckily, there is this amazing Lego Monolith from 2001. Now you can start your morning correctly. More links await you below.
- The French Cumberbatch
- Jurassic Presidents
- A proton pack flash drive
Every day Stubby the Rocket jets around the internet looking for links of interest. When Stubby finds these links, they get put in our handy Links of Interest section and sometimes on our Twitter and Facebook! Sometimes Stubby creates an extra section in Morning Roundup for the stuff Stubby knows you crave. Here’s today’s selection:
- Michael Fassbender loves Star Wars toys.
- Philippine speculative fiction is here.
- Hemlock Grove casting gets famous.
- If “Jurassic Presidents” were ever a real game, we’d all be a little bit happier.
- More 2001 Legos.
- You ever spent the night in a book igloo?
- This proton pack flash-drive has a half-life of 5,000 years.
- Do you want to meet the French Benedict Cumberbatch? Okay. Here he he is.
The ever-assembling Avengers
- 20 giant behind-the-scenes minutes of this one movie you might have heard of.
- Though the movie is complete, there was still an Avengers pick-up shot done very, very recently.
- Whedon breaks your heart and reveals Captain America will not have a reunion with a certain someone.
Stubby the Rocket is the mascot of Tor.com. Stubby showed that space monolith who the boss was way back in the day. (The boss oddly ended up being the space monolith.)