Steven Moffat knows how to throw off even the most zealous fans. That became clear once the “Sherlock” Season 3 premiere aired in the UK — without a Moriarty scene that one fan had recorded during filming of the episode.
Warning: Spoilers ahead if you haven’t seen “The Empty Hearse” yet.
Sure, there is a Moriarty scene in the premiere episode, but it’s definitely not the scene captured by a fan… Continue reading 'Sherlock' Season 3: Watch the fake Moriarty scene ... and the romantic real one
There’s more to creating a fake language (which in these cases, have become real) than just making up a bunch of words, as this enlightening video from John McWhorter points out. There has to be a grammar rule system, and in the cases of the best ConLangs, the messiness of linguistic evolution.
McWhorter goes in depth to explain why these fictitious languages captivate audiences and add to the experience of the… Continue reading Watch: How Klingon, Elvish, and Other Fake Movie Languages Were Created
Everyone is nostalgic for the old, low-res video games of yesteryear, right? Well, all of us that can remember a time when gaming systems were known by how many bits they could compute, at least. And everyone loves movies, right? Why not combine the two? This is the Internet, after all. If it can be done, someone out there is doing it.
A group called CineFix… Continue reading 'Blade Runner' Joins 'Drive,' 'Anchorman' and 'Zardoz' As Latest Movie Remade as a Fake Video Game
How real is reality? Not that real, at least it wasn’t in Southampton, NY, at the weekend when Real Housewives of New York stars Carole Radziwill and Heather Thomson were busted filming a staged scene for the upcoming season six.
As these exclusive radio detection and rangingOnline.com photos show, the costars were brazenly like actors, reacting to crew instructions to walk and talk on cue during a phony scene recorded on Meeting House… Continue reading Real Housewives, Fake Scenes: New York Cast Caught On Camera Staging Scenes For Show