In the fifth episode of "Z: The Beginning of Everything," the new Amazon drama about the lives of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, Christina Ricci, who plays a newly married nineteen-year-old Zelda, in 1920, appears in a doorway of a crowded hotel suite completely nude. Well, that's not entirely true: she is wearing a gold bracelet, a black hair ribbon, and a huge brunette pubic wig. I was not surprised by this scene, but only because I came to it mentally prepared; a week before, the headline "Christina Ricci Has Feelings About Her Zelda Fitzgerald Merkin" had flashed across my screen. To spare you the click, Ricci felt that her merkin was too big. "I wanted them to digitally reduce it," she told an interviewer.
We all want to play as Zelda in a Legend of Zelda game but Nintendo has yet to make that happen. So a group of modders took matters into their own hands and made Zelda the star of Breath of the Wild. The Zelda Conversion Project has been hard at work changing the protagonist of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild into the titular Zelda, a feat that has recently caught the internet's attention. Via the YouTube channel Trollsquad57, members of the Zelda Conversion Project have been periodically showing updates on the mod and showing off cool new clips, including a whole bunch of new clothing sets designed specifically for the princess. The Snowquill set that protects against cold temperatures looks amazing and matches Zelda's horse perfectly.
The original Legend of Zelda looked a whole lot different early on in Nintendo's development process--and now, we've got a glimpse at what could've been, thanks to this newly revealed screenshot from one of the game's old builds. The screenshot was included in the new Zelda book Hyrule Encyclopedia, released last month in Japan, showing a dungeon selection screen in what looks like a first-person view. The screenshot looks almost exactly like a sketch that was shared in an earlier "Iwata Asks" interview, about the history of the Zelda series. SEE ALSO: There's a secret message in Nintendo's Switch Pro controller. Here's how to find it.
The Legend of Zelda universe grows with every new game, so what better way to keep track of every person, place, and thing than with a 320-page encyclopedia. Dark Horse Comics announced The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia Monday, which collects and explains every character, item, map, and more from every Zelda game from the original NES game to 2016's Twilight Princess HD in a single book. SEE ALSO: Here's how to make your very own DIY Link costume The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia is the third book in a trilogy of Zelda books including 2011's Hyrule Historia and 2017's Art and Artifacts. Hyrule Historia details the timeline and stories of the Zelda games, while Art and Artifacts is filled with illustrations and concept art. According to Dark Horse Comics, the encyclopedia gets down into the nitty gritty of the Zelda franchise.
A ferret named Zelda is recovering at home after being fitted with a pacemaker during a rare surgery at Kansas State University. Surgeons say it's the first time they've performed this type of procedure on a ferret, which required the use of special wires, given her small size, to bring energy from the pacemaker to the heart. Zelda had a third-degree block in her heart, which caused a low heart beat and a lack of energy – but, thanks to the ground-breaking surgery, she's expected to live out a full ferret lifespan of around ten years. A ferret named Zelda is recovering at home after being fitted with a pacemaker during a rare surgery at Kansas State University. The radiograph image reveals the implantation of the pacemaker in Zelda's abdomen The small build of a ferret's body means there's minimal room to work with.