So you know Stan Winston, the Academy Award-winning special effects designer who worked on Terminator, Predator, Jurassic Park and Iron Man? Well, it turns out that he founded a school, and if that list of movies wasn't enough to make you think you could probably learn a thing from it, then they now have the best possible advertisement they could ask for in Kai-Xiang Xhong, who builta life-sized, wearable suit of cardboard Iron Man armor and earned himself the nickname "The Taiwanese Tony Stark."
The suit -- which, fortunately, did not involve Xhong being kidnapped and held for ransom by terrorists allied with the Ten Cardboard Rings faction -- is just the tip of the iceberg for his creations. Check below for more, including Optimus Prime, lifelike animals and an amazing dragon that was his first-ever cardboard sculpture!
Animation: Warner Bros. Animation has released new images and official box art for Superman: Unbound, which arrives on home video and digital formats on May 7. Movies: There's a new still of Hugh Jackman on The Wolverine
Movies: Former Spider-Man Tobey Maguire has signed on to voice the leading role in Fox Animation's adaptation of Doug TenNapel's Cardboard OGN.
Censorship: Matthew Loux's Sidescrollers OGN from Oni has been removed from the Enfield, Connecticut school district's ninth grade summer reading list after a complaint from a parent about its profanity and sexual references.
Threads: The Adidas Star Wars Campus 80s shoes look nice and fluffy, but if you try to match them with a furry jacket, be sure to cut one sleeve off. You'll look like that dude from LMFAO, but it's the only way t
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