A mash-up is when two (or more) segments of stuff – in this case two of the great movie franchises of the 20th Century – are combined to form something else altogether.
Another form a mash-up can take is superimposing one thing on another, thusly:
I have no idea who created these but they’re a genius. And isn’t interesting how the women look a whole lot better than the guys?
This isn’t a mash-up, but it’s too cute to be ignored. Grrrrowrrrrr!
Today I’ve been trying to figure out how to make a planet from bits and pieces of cosmic debris for a new novel I’m beginning. I want something elegant, but it appears I must use brute force to achieve it. (and a generous helping of sci-fi wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey, flim-flam)
When you think about it, brute force is creating all those beautiful visions of our universe, which from our mortal perspective, are truly the most elegant things ever.
So, I’m going to slam a bunch of asteroids together and see what happens.
“C-3PO: Sir, the possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field is approximately 3,720 to 1”– Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back