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  • The Best 30 Rock Quotes to Celebrate New Season

    Posted on November 23, 2011 by PopFunk

    30 Rock Season 6 is in the building! In honor of the recently announced January 12 season debut, Popfunk is showcasing the best 30 Rock quotes from seasons past and a line of shirts that will have Liz Lemon fans saying "I want to go to there." "There," being a 30 Rock t-shirt, of course. The Five Best 30 Rock Quotes 5. "Lemon out!" 4. "What the what?"- Tracey Jordan 3. "Who said I've been alive forever?" - Kenneth Parcell 2. "Who's crazier, me or Ann Curry?"- Tracey Jordan 1. "I Want to go to There" - Liz Lemon Prepare yourself for the laughs by getting some gear from the Popfunk online store as you stake out for the coming comedy takeover. Read More

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  • Dolphin Tale Makes Waves at the Box Office

    Posted on September 26, 2011 by PopFunk

    Never one to shy away from a challenge, Winter the dolphin had her work cut out for her at the box office this weekend. Her amazing true story was the inspiration for the Warner Bros. film, Dolphin Tale, which opened opposite Brad Pitt’s new flick, Moneyball, and the reigning box office king, Simba, in Lion King 3D. Impressively, Dolphin Tale more than held its own, finishing a close third with $20.3 million, garnering rave reviews from critics and moviegoers alike. In fact, Winter and friends earned a perfect A+ from CinemaScore audiences.
    Winter and Sawyer.

    Meanwhile, at her home in Clearwater Marine Aquarium in Florida, fans flocked to see the dolphin star, quadrupling the aquarium’s usual attendance numbers for this time of year. Winter’s definitely got some fans here at Popfunk as well. We’re not just writing this because we’re selling adorable Dolphin Tale tees. We’re writing this because we always back the underdog (…ahem, underdolphin), and we’re suckers for amazing animals that bring out the best in people. We loved this movie! Sawyer and Winter. Read More

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  • Call of Duty: Black Ops Gets a Zombified Facelift

    Posted on July 12, 2011 by PopFunk

    This re-mixed repost is brought to you by the Zombie Walk T Shirt Collection at and Stephanie Lee at Call of Duty: Black Ops Annihilation DLC Impressions New multiplayer maps, including a new Zombie map. Oh, and zombie monkeys! -Stephanie Lee A few months ago, we reported that 1 in 8 households own a copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops. Can you imagine the staggering number of headshots amassed worldwide? Activision and Treyarch are clearly aware of this astonishing statistic as they continue to ride out the phenomenal success of the title by dropping yet another expansion pack on Xbox Live: Annihilation. As an incentive to pick this up as soon as possible, Activision and Treyarch are even hosting a Double XP weekend for you trigger-happy folks, starting on July 1st. Whether you hate it or love it, Call of Duty: Black Ops is here to stay, especially now with its renewed aggression on the multiplayer front. Similar to the Escalation map pack that was released just this past May, Annihilation offers four new multiplayer maps and a new Zombie map called Shangri-La. Being a huge fan of the undead-slaying survival mode myself, I immediately took to the new Zombie map like white on rice and immersed myself in the remains of a once glorious and hospitable civilization. Shangri-La is a refreshing departure from the dreary, dark environments of the previous Zombie maps. In Shangri-La, I stumbled upon motion-sensitive traps, underground tunnels, a run-down village, and a scenic cove. Shangri-La constantly foils your plans to survive with tar pits that impede your movement, a myriad of traps, and -- let's not forget -- the legion of blood-thirsty undead nipping at your heels. Prepare to see new foes join the fray, with napalm zombies (these zombies are engulfed in flames; you really can't miss them), female zombies, Shriekers, and the best part of all: zombie monkeys! Fans of Zombie mode will no doubt be thrilled to find all of this and all its secrets in Shangri-La. For the Call of Duty acolytes that are keen on popping the heads off of friends and strangers online, I'm happy to report that these new maps are a joy to play in. The maps in the core game were known to be a little unfriendly to snipers, but these new maps allow sharpshooters to ply their trade. There are plenty of wide-open areas and perches for skilled marksmen to draw a bead on unsuspecting players. The first sniping map of note is Hazard, which is a long golf course set in the crumbling remains of a resort. The entire middle part of the map quickly devolves into a no-man's land, because any player wandering into that grassy course gets shot down within moments by hidden assailants. Because of this dynamic, most of the action gets pushed to the sides of the battlefield. On modes like Domination, this map can get especially trying (but exciting) for teams pushing to win. One of my favorite maps, Drive-In, caters to fans of close-quarters combat, showering them with tons of tight spaces to pop out of and nooks and crannies to run through. Inspired by the Nuketown map, Drive-In thrives on action and, in some ways, the element of surprise. Be it an abandoned arcade room or a dilapidated playground, Drive-In is the go-to map for insane Team Deathmatch action. Plus, there's just something awfully poetic about planting some hot lead in someone's skull under a giant projection screen cycling through still pictures. Visually, Hangar 18 feels like it is the most uninspired of the maps, but that's not to say it's a bad map. In fact, in terms of layout and the size there's certainly a lot of fun to be had. The action heats up in the central part of the battlefield, but the astute hunters tend to snake around and pick their firefights on the outskirts. And Hangar 18 is just the right size for running and gunning. Lastly, I wasn't too impressed with Silo, but that doesn't mean it's not without its strengths -- it just didn't jive with me. Set in an underground Russian nuclear silo, Silo provides players with a gigantic playing field outfitted with many flanking routes. Of all the Black Ops DLCs so far, Annihilation boasts some really great maps, not to mention an exhilarating new Zombie mode, that would surely please all types of players. If you thought the last map pack delivered, then Annihilation will simply rock your face off. It does more than add a fresh coat of paint over the fatigued multiplayer. Zombie-slayers will benefit greatly from the refreshing change of pace that Shangri-La delivers. And one thing's for sure: Annihilation certainly recharged my interest in Black Ops multiplayer. Sound Off: On average how many hours do you spend playing Black Ops per week? Will you appreciate the new changes made to the popular game?

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  • You x Two: How to Defeat Your Own Clone

    Posted on July 5, 2011 by PopFunk

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    How to Defeat Your Own Clone Lands at Dimension Films
    Dimension Films announced today that it has acquired the rights to the popular futuristic comedy guidebook How to Defeat Your Own Clone written by Kyle Kurpinski and Terry D. JohnsonEd Ricourt who wrote the feature treatment is also set to adapt the script. Ricourt was part of the Marvel writing program, and his script Now You See Me is currently in pre-production, starring Jesse Eisenberg and to be directed by Louis Leterrier. There is no director attached to Clone at this early stage. The announcement was made by Bob Weinstein, co-chairman of The Weinstein Company (TWC).
    In the year 2013, the first human Clone was created and within years Clones were in most homes only to be taken advantage of by their human owners and treated as slaves. Following a revolution, civil war erupted between Mankind and their Clone creations who were fighting for their freedom. The Clones won. In this new world where Clones dominate, we follow Ethan on his quest to turn the tide of the war back in our favor against impossible odds. Clones may have the same DNA blueprint as humans, but they are younger, stronger, healthier and more evolved. Is Mankind prepared to outsmart and defeat their own Clones?
    How to Defeat Your Own Clone is being produced by Ellen Goldsmith-Vein and Eric Robinson at The Gotham Group. Peter McHugh at The Gotham Group is Executive Producer. Overseeing for Dimension Films are SVP of Production, Matthew Stein and VP of Production and Creative Affairs, Matthew Signer.
    "I'm excited to be working with Gotham and Ed Ricourt and feel this story has a fun and unique take on cloning that will be an entertaining movie for audiences," said Bob Weinstein.
    "When I first found this book, I knew it had amazing potential for an exciting and unique film, and Ed Ricourt has delivered upon that potential. As a producer, I couldn't be more energized to be in business with Bob and my former colleagues at TWC/Dimension. This is the right home for this movie," said Eric Robinson of The Gotham Group.
    The deal was negotiated for Dimension Films by Matthew SteinMatthew Signer and Adrian Lopez, Director of Business and Legal; for The Gotham Group by George Davis at Nelson Davis Wetzstein LLP; for Ed Ricourt by CAA and George Davis at Nelson Davis Wetzstein LLP; and for Kyle Kurpinski and Terry D. Johnson by Justin Manask at Office for Literary Adaptation and Marcy Morris at Jackoway Tyerman. Ricourt is represented by CAA and The Gotham Group. CAA also represents The Gotham Group who produced Abduction, directed by John Singleton, which comes out later this year.
    Seriously, if you had a clone how much wackier would your life be? Make a bucket list for your clone and give us the top three to-do's!!
    Sources: Dimension Films

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  • Guess Who's Coming to the Office Party

    Posted on June 24, 2011 by PopFunk

        This post is brought to you by the Office T Shirt Collection at,, and After appearing in the Season 7  finale of The Office, three-time Emmy winner James Spader looks to have won the top spot. While no contracts or scripts have been penned, Spader is expected to start his first day as the new CEO; a role his character feels is more suitable. Watch Spader’s audition on the Season 7 episode here. Spader’s character---- Robert California--- will be replacing Kathy Bates and will function in a weekly role as opposed to Bates’ typical guest appearance flow. According to, a source close to the show claims producers felt Spader “kicked ass” and was "too good to pass up." Spader’s odd energy and dry humor is sure to gel with The Office cast and considering his “Everything is sex” commentary there’s no telling what to expect of the ridiculously funny and abstract sitcom. Sound Off: What do you think of James Spader as the newest addition to The Office?    

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    Posted on June 24, 2011 by PopFunk

    Get prepared for 2011 NYCC @

    This post is brought to you by the CSI: NY T Shirt Collection at and the New York 2011 Comic Con. Marvel Comics released a preliminary guest list for its annual comic industry megafest. The NYCC will be held at the Jacob K. Javits Center from October 13-16, 2011. The high-profile guests will sit on panels where attendees will have the opportunity to interact with fans from across the world. Marvel Entertainment magnates Joe Quesada, Marvel Chief Creative Officer, Axel Alonso, Marvel Editor-in-Chief, Jason Aaron, Matt Fraction, Kieron Gillen, and Stuart Immonen will be honored guests at the event. It’s not too late plan your attendance to this event. Puchase your four-day passes here. Sound Off: Have you ever attended a Comic Con? What's your best memory?

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  • 2011 International Comic-Con: San Diego

    Posted on June 21, 2011 by PopFunk

    Take your favorite comic book character with you to Comic-Con! Check out to see how.

    Comic-Con 2011: San Diego This re-post is brought to you thanks to the complete line of Comic & Graphic T Shirts by & the   2011 International Comic-Con. From July 21-24, 2011 San Diego, CA will be swelling with super-human power and imagination as comic book creators, historians, novices, collectors and fans will converge upon the 2011 International Comic-Con. Cops across the nation will have to put in over time as these vetted crime-fighting- master-artist-visionary geniuses come together to showcase, swap and stake more territory for geeks across the world. With notable attendees including GerryAlanguilan, Seymour Chwast, David Finch and Jim Lee 2011’s Comic-Con is bound to rival past events. There will be 400 events held over the course of the convention and most attendees have gotten an early start on planning as registration opened in February 2011. According to the 2011 International Comic-Con official website, there will be features of major movie studio programs, and TV networks give presentations that showcase favorite and new shows. (Comic-Con has a tradition of premiering network shows months before they first air, with past examples including Lost, Heroes, Chuck, Pushing Daisies, Reaper, and many more.) A Complete Programming schedule will be posted on the official site about ten days to two weeks prior to the show. With all that’s buzzing, it may be a difficult task figuring out which comic character you’ll want to don to showcase your extreme fandom. has you covered with a bustling collection of nostalgic and trendy T Shirts featuring all of your favorites.  

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  • Green Light for Green Lantern?

    Posted on June 21, 2011 by PopFunk

    Warner Bros. Green Lantern Promo

    Green Light for Green Lantern? This re-review of the Green Lantern brought to you by Warner Bros., Rotten, Dana Stevens at and The Green Lantern T Shirt Collection at The hope of any die-hard comic book reader is to see their favorite characters come to life from the pages to the big screen while maintaining the integrity of the ink and the richness of the characters. Likewise it’s the hope of production companies to create mind-blowing cinematic experiences that are larger than life.  As a fan are you devoted to your characters no matter what stage they perform on? Green Lantern has a rich 71-year-history that’s greater than the combined age of the films superbly selected leads, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively. We all know a critic’s job is to dissect art forms to their skeletal frames and they’re rarely impressed by all the work it takes of the artist. Who is the real judge anyway? Film Critics or Devoted Fans. Sound off on our Discussion Board: What did you think of Warner Bros. Pictures' Green Lantern? Does it get a green light?  

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