SR Geek Picks: Louie C.K. as Lincoln, Dragon Baby, Resident Evil Fan-Film & More

Published 2 years ago by , Updated June 4th, 2014 at 10:09 am,

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 a Resident Evil fan film; some groovy Star Wars cakes; a Bruce Lee-themed baby; and some crazy witch makeup on an 11-year-old. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

To kick things off today, HowToBeADad shows us possible Star Wars film titles after the Disney acquisition.

Speaking of Star Wars, here are 5 things we know about Episode VII (and 5 we don’t) courtesy of TheGeekTwins.

BleedingCool shows you 91 cinemas where you’ll be able to see The Hobbit at 48 fps.


Resident Evil Fan Film

A Resident Evil short film that’s > Paul WS Anderson’s version. Thanks to @LesBaker5 for sharing.


Louie C.K.’s Lincoln SNL Skit

Lincoln is a sitcom that looks at some of President Abraham Lincoln’s more private moments.


Giant Gollum Sculpture Installed at a New Zealand Airport

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My precious food court.


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  1. amazing make-up!

  2. spiderman is not disney, he is sony

    • Spider-Man is Spider-Man (and it’s not spiderman or Spiderman). He is a comic book character that appears in Marvel Comics. Disney owns Marvel. So Disney owns comic book Spider-Man. Sony has the LICENSED rights to Spider-Man in MOVIES only. THQ gets Superhero Squad Spider-Man in video games. Activision gets all other Spider-Man video games through 2017.

  3. Holy cow, that make-up is amazing! They needed that guy for the J. Edgar movie.

    Love the Chewbacca cake too :)