Featuring some of the known and unknown artists in the Music and Art milieu, giving them an unconditional love and attention for entertainment!
320 messages in 40 discussions
Latest Jul-27 by Tarek (Fark0us)
Latest Jul-25 by Sand_Grain
103 messages in 12 discussions
Latest Jul-23 by Pinck0
Latest Jul-13 by Lyndy (Lyndy7)
183 messages in 24 discussions
Latest Jul-14 by AuntBetsie
Latest Jul-12 by Lathyrus (PeePhobia)
61 messages in 10 discussions
Latest Jul-4 by Guard101
43 messages in 7 discussions
Latest Feb-13 by funiki
187 messages in 23 discussions
Latest Apr-14 by zehadkhan
52 messages in 7 discussions
Latest Mar-30 by Ella (Steellar)
Imahara worked on blockbuster films like “The Terminator,” “Jurassic Park” and re-releases of the original “Star Wars” trilogy. He was one of a few official operators of the droid R2-D2, created the robot Geoff Peterson for “The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson” and helped to develop technology for the iconic Energizer Bunny.
‘Mythbuster’ Grant Imahara Dead At 49
Grant Imahara, an engineer and roboticist who spent years busting myths and testing often explosive science on the hit TV show “Mythbusters,” died Monday. He was 49.
The cause was a brain aneurysm, The Hollywood Reporter reported.
“We are heartbroken to hear this sad news about Grant,” a representative for Discovery told THR. “He was an important part of our Discovery family and a really wonderful man. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.”
Imahara joined “Mythbusters” in 2005 on an invitation from host Jamie Hyneman. For more than 200 episodes, he crafted robots, drove stunt cars and dove out of planes in the name of science
“[R2-D2 is] easier to drive than the Energizer Bunny,” Imahara told an audience in 2011, noting he occasionally got to stand-in for C3PO at live ?Star Wars? events.