SR Geek Picks: Disney Princess Leia, James Bond Gunbarrel Compilation, Episode VII Director Auditions & 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 Nathan Fillion being awesome; Robert Kirkman getting eaten; The Stay Puft marshmallow man being Donkey Kong; Princess Leia being a Disney princess; and directors auditioning for Star Wars: Episode VII.¬†All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!


Captain Mal Praises Firefly On Castle

You can’t take the sky from him.


HALO 4 – Glad You Came (The Wanted Parody)

Glad You Came – A Halo 4 Music Video Parody of The Wanted song of the same name.


James Bond Gunbarrel Sequences 1962-2008

In honor of Skyfall being released here in the US this week, here are all the gunbarrel sequences up until then.


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  1. I forgot that the James Bond gun barrel sequences had such variations on a them over the years. Everything from wearing a hat, to kneeling in a firing position, to the dimensionality of the swaying gun barrel, to the orchestrations.

    very cool stuff.

  2. The Woody Allen-Star Wars parody was put twice, there is not Kevin Smith one.

  3. casino royal had the coolest one, but Dalton looked the best when fairing , quantum of solace, what happened? that was not a bang that was a firecracker…

  4. I love all the James Bond films, but I must admit, Casino Royale had the best gun barrel opening. Just the way it was shot and the timing of the music, it’s prety cool. And I never noticed how they tried so hard to make the Bond theme in the Pierce Brosnan films “cool”, but really just sounded bad. I just never noticed how different the music in those films was until seeing this video.