E3 2012 – Augmented Reality E3 Trailer
When users hold up specially created books to a connected camera they appear on screen with added interactive graphics, which can in turn trigger mini-games. The first book will be a new Harry Potter title part-written by the series’ author JK Rowling. The announcement was made at the E3 video games trade show in Los Angeles. “Welcome to… Continue reading E3 2012 - Augmented Reality E3 Trailer
Sunday is the fourth episode of Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-off. I haven’t seen any footage from it. I don’t know which team wins, though I can make a rather educated guess. But I do know what the food tastes like, and that long lines of hungry extras were hidden from camera. I can tell you that a bored production assistant picked a zit on her chin, using her iPhone… Continue reading What It's Like to See the Sausage Being Made on a Reality Cooking Show
Courtesy Jason Wu for Target
–See some of the Jason Wu for Target dresses — out Feb. 5 — in motion [Today]
–Look out, Brad: Rachel Zoe’s other protégé, Taylor Jacobson, scores her own reality show [InStyle.com]
–Gillette taps Adrien Brody, Andre 3000 and Gael García Bernal for a new facial hair campaign [Boston Herald]
–Lisa Rinna’s Los Angeles boutique, Belle Gray, closes… Continue reading Chic Clicks: More on Jason Wu for Target, Another Fashion Reality Show
It’s Mississippi, not Westeros. But the competition and violence is real.
History is rolling out a jousting reality show and EW.com has some exclusive first-look video. The show is called Full Metal Jousting and it follows a tournament where would-be knights strap on armor, grab a lance and ride at full gallop toward each other at 30 miles per hour. “It ain’t no dinner show,” as one rider puts… Continue reading ‘Game of Thrones’ fans: History unveils a jousting reality show — VIDEO
I’ve read that one of the worst things in life is wasted talent. Not true. The worst thing in life is the movie Home Alone, John Hugh’s love letter to child abuse and groin-punching. The film stars McCauley Culkin as Kevin, a spoiled brat who, after being abandoned by his narcissistic parents on Christmas, devises elegant and ingenious ways to inflict emotional and physical torture onto… Continue reading Fiction vs. Reality: What if 'Home Alone' Happened in Real Life?