Animator and dad joke champion John Wray’s kids must love him, since they spent an entire weekend building Wonder Woman’s invisible jet with Lego pieces. We’re talking 3,200 invisible pieces and invisible instructions. And you can bet they were prouder of it than any other Lego ship they’ve put together.
Morning Roundup brings you news of unusual water sources on the Rosetta comet, another funky lightsaber to get bent out of shape over, some Guardians of the Galaxy bloopers, and an attempt to untangle all of the Terminator franchise’s time travel paradoxes.
- So Earth’s water didn’t come from comets after all?
- Two scientific journals have published a paper by Maggie Simpson and Edna Krabapple. But there’s a twist!
- Crossguard lightsaber? Pshh. You haven’t seen anything til you’ve seen the blaster lightsaber. (Lightblaster?)
- Turns out even if your show gets cancelled, you can still enjoy the employee discount!
- “Because you know we’re all about that space, ’bout that space—space travel.”
- A reminder that even the great Glenn Close goofs up on set.
- In case the new Terminator: Genisys trailer has you all confused about the alternate reality versus the original timeline, CineFix has broken down all of the series’ continuity:
- Does this mean we get to ride Rey’s cool landspeeder?
- Stephen Colbert is certainly lining up some unforgettable guests before The Colbert Report ends—first President Obama, now Smaug!