Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web for you. Today you’ll find the final part of the 7 part Joe Carnahan interview from Cinefix; a look into the future of computer interfaces, Tony Stark style; an amazing Fix-It Felix mocumentary in the style of The King of Kong; some Dead Space hoodies; and some Star Wars cupcakes that look like bears. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

To kick things off today, TheGeekTwins tell us 7 Things About ‘Avatar’s’ Na’vi That Don’t Make Sense.


Joe Carnahan talks candidly about his experiences leaving Mission Impossible 3, his relationship with actor/producer Tom Cruise and how despite his leaving the project, he remains grateful for Cruise’s role in raising Narc out of possible indie-obscurity and putting Carnahan on the map.

Cardboard Iron Man Suits

Cardboard Iron Man Suits SR Geek Picks: Cardboard Iron Man, 16 Bit Doctor Who RPG, Emperor Palpatine Ultrasound & More!

Talk about crafty! royal_dump, Redditor and RPF member,  has taken craftiness and recycling to a whole new level, by making lifesize Iron Man’s out of cardboard!

Leap Motion Gets Us Closer to Tony Stark-Style Holographic Interface

3D Display - Re-Imaging (Three.js & Leap Motion) from Robbie Tilton on Vimeo.

The device that hopes to be the even-better version of Kinect for your PC is getting us ever closer to 3D displays that can be manipulated by your fingertips.

Fix-It Felix Mocumentary

Join Wreck-It Ralph director Rich Moore in this exposé about one time Fix-It Felix Jr. high score champion Garlan Hulse, his fall into obscurity, and his attempt to be on top again.

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