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FILMography by Christopher Moloney

Christopher Moloney developed his joy of watching movies into a serious hobby, which he named FILMography (film+photography). This ongoing art project is mostly done in New York (the city Moloney lives in) and aimed to combine the screenshot from a known motion picture with its real life location. Just the fact you can relate to the actual location a loved movie was filmed at gives an intriguing feel of joy. Here are our favorites out Moloney’s collages: The Avengers (2012)   The Adjustment Bureau (2011)   Sunday In New York (1963)   Spider-Man (2002)   Sex and the City 2… Read more »

Dean Potter’s Moonwalk [video]

Bringing cinema to the world’s toughest locations: Adventure filmmaker Bryan Smith shot this remarkable clip of American free climber Dean Potter from New Hampshire, crossing a highline tied to Cathedral Peak in Yosemite National Park. The shot was captured during the 2011 filming of the National Geographic Channel show, The Man Who Can Fly, which featured Potter wingsuiting and BASE jumping. To get the wild perspective timed with the moving full moon, Smith used a camera equipped with a Canon 800mm super telephoto lens positioned over a mile away. Fantastic capture. [Via Redbull]

It Would Cost You $680 Million to Become a Real Batman! Find Out Why

If you’ve ever wished as a kid to become Batman, this actually isn’t easy as the price tag on turning you into the caped knight is quite hefty. Just days after the premiere of the cap of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, moneysupermarket.com has created this interesting infographic, listing the price of everything needed for the role, from the periscope to his butler Alfred’s salary, take a look and start saving up…

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