Welcome to Screen Rant's "Geek Picks," where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you'll find out if Interstellar's wormhole could be a time machine; see the original Pink Ranger singing and playing guitar; find out why Halo 2 rules; and see what you missed by not playing Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag. All that and more on this edition of SR's Geek Picks!
To kick things off today Flavorwire has 50 Great Pre-Fame Performances by Famous Actors.
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Amy Jo Johnson, the original Pink Ranger, performed in her Power Rangers costume on the streets of Toronto on Friday to celebrate reaching her Indiegogo funding goal for her upcoming film, The Space Between.
The challenge was originally proposed by buddy and former Power Rangers castmate, David Yost who played braniac Billy, the Blue Ranger. If fans helped Johnson reach her goal before her deadline, she would perform publicly in her Pink Ranger outfit.
Could INTERSTELLAR’s Wormhole be a Time Machine? (Because Science w/ Kyle Hill) (SPOILERS)
Christopher Nolan's INTERSTELLAR pulls real life theories to show a fantastic vision of space travel. But how does the science work out? Can we really turn wormholes into a time machine? See it on this week's episode of Because Science.
Why Halo 2 Rules
How to Be a Good Guest or Host (An Instructional Film)
Let's watch and see how we should behave with good company!
ASSASSIN'S CREED 4: BLACK FLAG - What You Missed By Not Playing (Spoilers)
Curious what Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag is all about, but can't fit the game in? You're in luck! Joshua Quail walks you through what you missed by not playing!
Nerdy Stuff - A Shake It Off Parody (Comikaze Expo 2014)
Top 10 Chase Scenes of All Time
A good chase scene gets the heart pumping and the adrenaline flowing. There’s no shortage of great chase scenes in movie history, and no shortage of variety either. Here are our Top 10 across the board.
A REAL-LIFE superhero has turned down six-figure offers for his home-made Batmobile - so he can continue helping sick children. Batman fanatic Zac Mihajlovic, from Camden, Australia, hand-built his very own street legal version of the car from the 1989 film starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. The 29-year-old turned his comic book fantasies into a high-octane reality by constructing a replica of the iconic vehicle. And the car has whipped up a reaction wherever it has been seen. Businessmen from across the world, including a Sheik in Dubai, have offered Zac big bucks for the Batmobile - and he has also seen his share of bizarre requests. And rather than cash-in on his dream machine, Zac decided to use his powers for good by teaming up with the Make-A-Wish foundation, who make dream’s come true for terminally-ill children.
Top Five Worst Superhero Teams
Holding out for a hero? Better hope none of these teams are called to help in your time of need.
A Tribute To '80s Movie Bullies
A cinematic tribute to the '80s bully.
That's all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.