How Much Does It Cost To Be Batman and Iron Man? (Infographic)

As awesome as it would be to be Batman or Iron Man, the cost of all those gadgets would bankrupt all but the richest people in the world. The cost of being the two legendary heroes is an estimated $2.3 billion (yes, with a “b”). Fortunately, for Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark, their combined net worths are in excess of $36.6 billion divided between a $7 billion value of Wayne Enterprises, Tony Stark’s $9.3 billion personal net worth and $20.3 billion value of Stark Industries.

For these facts and more information about two of the biggest superheroes on the big screen, we have a handy infographic that crunches the numbers. Continue reading

Entertainment Link-Off: S.A.D.

In theatres this weekend, there’s the sequel to the 3D schlock-fest Journey to the Center of the Earth titled Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. Instead of having Brendan Fraser in the leader, Dwayne Johnson has taken over this time around. There’s also the CIA action thriller Safe House starring Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds. And finally, just in time for Singles Awareness Day… I mean Valentine’s Day, there’s the romance drama The Vow starring Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams. Oh what the heck, let’s start this ELO with the Canadian leading lady shall we?

After the jump, a few new movie trailers to check out (including Spidey), Dwayne Johnson wants to be president, watch Superman and Batman discuss social media and new music videos from the cast of New Girl as well as Joseph Vincent and Lights. Continue reading

2011 Spike Video Game Awards Nominations And Predictions

Tomorrow night is Spike TV’s annual Video Game Awards show. Since 2003, Spike has given the public the ability to vote for top their video games of the year. While it is often the target of criticism as it’s a glorified popularity contest, it is the starting point of the video game awards season. So let’s take a look at 2011 crop of VGA nominees and take a stab at who should win the awards and who we thing will win the awards. Continue reading

Entertainment Link-Off: Gonna Get Over You

It’s Entertainment Link-Off time since it’s Saturday night! Kicking off this entry is Lily Collins who is starring in the Taylor Lautner actioner Abduction. Sadly the film is critically panned, so perhaps something on the other end of the spectrum is worth seeing… like Moneyball for example!

After the jump, some Elmo related news, Batman likes to beat clowns, Conan O’Brien has a guy moment, an awesome office escape video and two song recommendations to make up for my missing music segment from the upcoming podcast! Continue reading

Entertainment Link-Off: Like A Boss

Two comedies hit the theatres this week. One is the certified fresh Horrible Bosses starring Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston. On the other end is the critically panned Kevin James comedy Zookeeper. Have fun at the movies this week folks… Anyway, kicking off this entry is Olivia Wilde in her latest photoshoot with Marie Claire. No she doesn’t appear in any of the aforementioned flicks.

After the jump, more Michael Bay plagiarized Michael Bay, revisiting Ridley Scott’s epic Kingdom of Heaven, Batman is bad for Gotham City, advertisers are ruining reruns of How I Met Your Mother, Field of Dreams 2 and David Choi’s latest music video. Continue reading