Tumblr finally solved a little mystery for us—where does that red brick road from The Wizard of Oz lead?
Alright, yes, we’ve been reliably informed that it leads to Quadling Country, but they never said so in the film, so we’re perfectly happy to believe that if Dorothy had simply followed the other road she would have inherited a candy factory. And then disposed the wizard using an army of oompa loompas.
Your daily links today are full of Foodles. What’s a Foodle, you ask? We’re not sure you really want to know….
- Teleporting would be the slowest possible way to travel, looks like. We’re disappointed.
- The most epic trailer of epicness that ever epic-ed, cut together from all your favorite movies.
- Do you like the idea of having a computer chip in your mouth that knows what you’re doing? We’d like it for a super-secret spy wing, but beyond that, it’s sounds a little shady.
- We are so surprised that Artemis Fowl has been optioned by Disney. Look at our surprised faces. Oh my, the surprise it was. This dream cast looks super promising, on the other hand…
- The viral marketing for Trask Industries of X-Men: Days of Future Past is looking mighty spiffy…
- The production alias for Star Wars: Episode VII is *drumroll*… Foodles? This has got to be a lie.
- Wil Wheaton gave a pep talk to an infant geek, letting her know that we’re awesome people because of how we love things, not what we love. We love you, Wil. Also, watching you flirt with Ashley Judd on Next Gen.
- These hilarious public info shorts from the 70s and 80s actually feature Darth Vader teaching you about road safety. He’s just sans respirator and cape.
Stubby the Rocket is the Tor.com mascot. Stubby teleported the shuffle board from the rec room to the bridge about 30 years ago. Atoms of it keep flicking people behind the ear.