Netflix officially cancels ‘Jessica Jones’ and ‘The Punisher’

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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ returns on Hulu on June 5th

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Audi puts VR in the backseat

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HWAT?!? Marvel May Take Away Deadpool’s Ability to Break the Fourth Wall

Something fans of Deadpool won’t appreciate is afoot. Apparently, an upcoming arc in the Deadpool and Spider-Man comic series will see a mysterious villain come in and stop our pal DP from being able to see and talk directly to the readers. Take a second to be angry.

Deadpool’s ability to break the fourth wall has been vital to the character in his comics and in the recent Ryan Reynolds films. The ability to talk to his audience makes Deadpool relatable and also provides a good deal if his humor.

Certainly, comics can have arcs that have nothing to do with the same character in other iterations of the comic, but this could mean significant changes for future films if the Merc with a Mouth is silenced. Would you still like a Deadpool unable to see and talk directly to you? I mean a superhero able to ninja people to death while shooting them without making jokes that poke holes in the plot of his own stories might be cool – it just wouldn’t be as funny.

[via Comicbook]

This Helmet Makes Your Eyes Glow Like Thor’s

Youtuber KyleofAsgard recently built himself a replica of Thor’s helmet. So what makes this one so special? This unique design makes your eyes glow and look like the CGI effect from the movies. Only I’m sure it costs a lot less than paying a team of VFX artists.

The helmet works its magic with a built-in ultraviolet light source, along with UV-reactive contact lenses. I’m sure it’s a great idea to shoot UV light into your eyes. What could possibly happen? I mean we just wear sunglasses for fashion right, not for UV protection. I’m sure it’s fine. Until one day this guy is stuck with Thor eyes for the rest of his life.

In this video, he shows you how he created the electronics, not the helmet, which is based on a 3D file over on Thingiverse.

This helmet operates wirelessly, and even has a handy remote so that he can turn his glowing eyes on and off. The effect looks completely awesome. If you were on Asgard you would completely mistake this guy for Thor if you looked him in the eyes. Looking him in the muscles, however, you wouldn’t have that problem.

[via Boing Boing via Geekologie]