Teddy Bear Operation Doesn’t Go Down Like You’d Expect [Video]
Well. Ze Frank has officially done it again, and I don't even know how to put words to what exactly he's done. The premise of his latest video is a teddy bear operation, but things take a dark, disturbing turn rather quickly. As one YouTube comment mentions, perhaps we've all had enough Internet today, yeah?Read on...
Teddy Bear Meme Artist Didn’t Put Much Thought Into Drawing, Actually Quite Amazed People Are So Into It
Earlier this week we reported that the above illustration entitled Sweet Halloween Dreams -- created by Greek software engineer and artist Alex Panagopoulos -- would be turned into a movie with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Beau Flynn, and Hiram Garcia attached to the project as producers. While Panagopoulos has already sold the drawing's film rights to New Line Cinema, there was no word on the artist's own reaction to the life-changing news -- until today. No doubt surprised by the overnight surge in popularity of his artwork, Panagopoulos still can't believe that it was enough to merit this level of attention from the film industry.Read on...
Teddy Bear Internet Meme Set to Become Movie, Will Be Produced by The Rock
Obviously a sign of the internet zeitgeist, only in this generation can a lowly internet meme have the potential to be turned into a million-dollar box office blockbuster. The above image -- illustrated by Greek software engineer and fantasy artist Alex Panagopoulos -- depicting a teddy bear standing up to nightmares incarnate will reportedly be given the Hollywood treatment, with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Beau Flynn of FlynnPicturesCo set to produce the film tentatively titled Teddy Bear. Wait a minute, aren't Johnson and Flynn attached to Journey 2: The Mysterious Island? And on that note, doesn't Johnson have a penchant for starring in family-friendly fare like Tooth Fairy? If that's the case, then that teddy bear's going to need a much bigger sword and shield.Read on...
Robot Teddy Bears That Pick Up on Human Presence, Social Cues
Robot teddy bears that wave at you, make noises, sense your presence, can scan facial expressions, and have hundreds of programmed reactions to possible human activities. From Fujitsu. Creepy, cute, or creepy-cute? (via Arbroath, GammaSquad)Read on...