SR Geek Picks: Film Noir Batman Characters, Indiana Jones vs. Han Solo, Rob Ford: The Movie & More

Published 1 year ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 8:57 pm,

Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find a fan-made poster for Batman vs. Superman; Ron Burgundy visits KX to co-host a local news broadcast; the best Vines of November 2013; Batman characters in a film-noir style; and Seth Rogan and James Franco parodying Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

To kick things off today, IGN has Disney’s Most Traumatic Movie Moments.

If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you could be featured in a future post!


Anchorman Will Ferrell visits KX Co-Hosts Local News

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Anchorman Will Ferrell visits KX.


Gender Inequality in Film – An Infographic


Gender Inequality in Film Infographic SR Geek Picks: Film Noir Batman Characters, Indiana Jones vs. Han Solo, Rob Ford: The Movie & More

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Best VINES of NOVEMBER 2013 Compilation

The Best 77 Vines compilation from November! In a random order!


Doctor Who/Inception Crossover

Thanks to SR reader Tawhida K for sharing!


Film Noir-Style BATMAN Characters

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Concept artist Henrik Sahlstrom has paid homage to the classically dark crime movie style with these “Batman Noir” reinterpretations of Catwoman, The Joker, The Riddler, and of course the Caped Crusader himself. Check out the full gallery here. [Via ComicBookMovie]


What did the Doctor really find in the pocket universe?

Thanks to SR reader Tawhida K for sharing!


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  1. We can all agree that Jones > Solo. ;)

    • No. *Deadly serious face* :(

    • Of course we can’t.

  2. That fanmade poster is so bad… awful.

    • I’m inclined to agree.
      I love that game, but don’t see that poster as being particularly hard to do.

    • sorry to disappoint you all. I 10-minutes-made that poster in the middle of the night to relieve stress from school exams. When I opened screenrant website, i got this idea to post this “awful poster”. i asked myself, “Screenrant? why not?” . I know it sucks and I can’t believe it made through . And yes, it easy to make one :)

      • Where do you submit stuff to? I have tried emailing it to the site before. Is there somewhere specific I should be sending it?

        • There should be a Geek Picks link somewhere on the site. I’ve sent a few Youtube links I found to Justin that way and he’s posted them all on the site.

      • It is terrible but at least you got yourself noticed so future posters and art projects can be seen by a wider audience thanks to them noticing your twitter handle on this website.

  3. Are we just now noticing that less women are involved in film making? Is it really inequality? Those 5 influential women, went out and made something of themselves. Doesn’t seem like they just sat there and whined about how unfair it is that there are more male’s involved in film making; they went and took what they wanted.

    There needs to be more female roles, give it to me! For Equality!

    Why? Those 5 women on the list, worked hard to earn there position in the industry, right?

    • Please shut up and see yourself out. It’s hard to “make something of yourself” when you’re trying to do so in an industry overwhelmingly based on networking and overwhelmingly based on male-favorable gender norms and old boys’ clubs. Are you 10 years old, or just that stupid?

      • Yeah, “It’s hard” but those women did it.

        Where are the other women, I saw the up and comers at the bottom of the infographic and more power to them.

        Men tend to take higher risk jobs and like you somewhat mentioned, dealing with an industry that will just dismiss you in an instant seems like a hard career to keep on with, but the women on that list showed that they were determined to do what they loved; regardless of how much crap they had to deal with to get it.

        • Yes there were, and there need to be more of them. That chart showed some revealing stats of how women are treated in the industry, and how there is a long way to go before achieving equality, or at least equal opportunity, in film. It’s a partial reflection of society though, so it’s not just the film industry’s fault.

  4. I agree that the percentage of women in film should be higher.
    So should the percentage of how many get nude. That needs to be much much higher!


    (Untwistith thy undergarments, ’twas only a joke)

    • Here’s what I really read with that pic:

      Make the god damned Wonder Woman movie already!

  5. Ron Burgundy lol

  6. That is NOT Ben Affleck in that batsuit.
    How disrespectful!

  7. The stats on women working in film doesn’t necessarily show the industry is sexist, perhaps it shows that less women want to work in films as producers, writers etc. You’ll find a lot of females working in traditional theatre. The theatre I work in (a very prestigious UK theatre in Manchester) is run by mostly women. That does not go to say no women want to work in films, or men in theatre. Its just another view.

    • I guess you could say that women prefer theatre work because they’re judged solely on performance rather than looks as they would in any role made for a screen, whether the screen is small or large.

  8. The only thing about the females in film thing I can really see as possibly being inequality is all of the nudity stuff. Agreed, a lot of movies do try to make sex appeal more for men, and that can be seen as bad. But the rest?…Maybe women just don’t like working in the movie industry as much as men? Like is that not a valid factor to be taken into account?