A new song from the musical-comedy duo Flight of the Conchords and a charitable donation to help sick children, looks like a win-win to us. After a long collaboration with some creative youth, Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement reunite to write a new single for the New Zealand-based charity Cure Kids. Skip to about the 5:00 mark to hear the song and help aid in the research of life-threatening childhood diseases by purchasing it on iTunes.
The folks over at HISHE animated some alternate endings for Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises that would've made much more sense, but then, he wouldn't be Batman.
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Dedicated to one of the world's most advanced air rescue organizations in Switzerland, the Oris Altimeter Rega Limited Edition Watch is a one-of-a-kind timepiece. Rega uses a fleet of rescue helicopters and air ambulances and this watch is inspired by the needs of those pilots. It features an integrated mechanical barometric altimeter, air pressure and altitude displays, and a standout Rega logo at 9 o'clock on the dial. It comes with a stainless steel case that is coated in anti-reflective gray PVD, along with a gray fabric strap with red leather lining. The case back is embossed with a Rega helicopter and engraved with the limited edition number and only 1,414 pieces will be made.
So, this is what the galaxy has come to. The creators of Robot Chicken have teamed up with Lucasfilm to give an animated look into the daily lives of Star Wars characters when they aren't striking back or attacking clones.