Old Red Jalopy is an illustrator and designer who likes to play with pop cultural images (check out the series on Seinfeld movie posters) so when NextMovie.com decided to take Wizard Rock to its logical conclusion, they commissioned ORJ to reimagine some classic album covers. The results are pretty fabulous, although we’d much rather see Luna in the David Bowie role, Ron’s red hair not withstanding. Also, we have to point out a giant omission—where’s the ZZ Top homage? The epic beards of Hagrid and Dumbledore have been wasted.
But hey, today’s Morning Roundup features all the beard you’ll ever need! We also have news about upcoming projects from Chris Carter, Neill Blomkamp, and Tina Fey, and the best possible version of Batman.
- Where most people would see space for a boring corporate logo, the French see an excellent opportunity for graphic design.
- Here are the beards we mentioned earlier.
- Neill Blomkamp had us at “Like Robocop, but hilarious.” Although Robocop already is pretty hilarious…
- The Getty is offering thousands of classic photos to the public!
- Community’s first table read for the new season; it’s really happening, you guys!
- This synopsis of Batman Begins seems about right to us…
- Obviously, the best case scenario was for Richard Ayoade to play the Doctor, as Moss. Since that can’t be, the next best thing is seeing his film adaptation of a Dostoyevsky novel.
- In addition to being a non-Muppet in the upcoming Muppets Most Wanted, Tina Fey is developing an office sitcom to fill both the Tina Fey and office sitcom voids in our lives.
- Also in TV-development news, Chris Carter wants to bring pre-millennial tension back!
- Texting with Emily Dickinson would be frustrating—but think of the emoji she’d use!
- We’re not sure where Rogue would have fit in The Wolverine, but we’re excited to see her in Days of Future Past!
- Can believing you know the answers to questions have a placebo effect on your knowledge?
- We’d probably be giddy if we went to a Gundam museum too, but Guillermo del Toro really does reach the promised “as a schoolgirl” level here: