- Cliff Chiang has posted a set of vintage-style Star Wars Armed Forces posters.
- GorillaArtFare has posted an image of a Steam Punk Speeder Bike by Bjorn Hurri.
- Naldz Graphics has posted a gallery of 33 Kickass Iron Man Artworks for Inspiration.
- ToyCutter is a blog specializing in tutorials on how to paint miniatures.
- Interview: Director James Cameron talks with PBS’s own Charlie Rose.
- News: Vampire Hunter D Could Get A Live Action Movie. Whether this is good news or bad is yet to be seen. (Remember Death Note?)
- News: Wal-Mart acquires online movie service Vudu
- According to PhysOrg, Hollywood movies follow a mathematical formula that lets them match the effects of their shots to the attention spans of their audiences.
- Den of Geek already has a list of demands for the World of Warcraft movie.
- Is it fair to call Alice in Wonderland The Ruination Of Johnny Depp?
- It’s been done before and it’ll be done again, but people can’t stop talking about The Top 10 Worst Comic Book Movies of the Decade.
- Rotten Tomatoes names The 12 Craziest Movie Mental Patients in honor of this weekend’s blockbuster, Shutter Island.
- Chart of the Day: Nobody Wants To Pay For Entertainment Online, except, of course, the advertisers who subsidize everything you do online.
- Over at the New York Times, one musician plead the case for viral video marketing.
- Interview: Poltergeist interviews Paolo Bacigalupi, author of The Windup Girl.
- Interview: R.A. Salvatore interviews Margaret Weis for Tor Forge.
- The Guardian waxes nostalgic over The joys of bookshop browsing, but wonders if it can survive the rise of Amazon and ebooks.
- io9 explains the 5 Reasons Why NBC Might Not Cancel Heroes, none of which is common sense or a deep insight into the show’s target demographic.
- io9 has rounded up a gallery of The 10 Funniest Comedy Sketches About Aliens.
- The Guardian is crowing that 2010 is no bad time to be a writer.