Some sad news for 'Zombieland' fans, as Amazon Studios have decided not to commission the TV show for a full series, due to a lukewarm response to the pilot episode.
In our 'Star Trek Into Darkness' interview, star Alice Eve (Carol Marcus) discusses deleted scenes, 'Star Trek 3,' and whether she'll return for the 'Entourage' movie.
This seems a bit counter-intuitive, but a new study has shown that marijuana protects people from the emotional pain of being socially excluded. Read more...
The 'V/H/S 2' red-band trailer is chock-full of scares and grue.
There’s one thing you need to know about “This Slide of Paradise,” and that is it’s Sliders’ season 3 finale. Not only do Quinn, Wade, Rembrandt and Maggie think they’re going home, this is supposed to be the amazing hour of television that keeps viewers interested and eager to watch another season. Show More Summary
And to answer the age-old question, no, I don’t know the way to San Jose, on account that for the last two days I was driven around by other people and have no idea, navigationally, how I got here. Thank God for GPS. Nevertheless I am here, in San Jose, and about to formally embark […]
What 'Breaking Bad' would be like in Canada; an Office blooper reel + Dwight Shrute facts; classic paintings with Faces of Modern Celebrities and more!
Last time we checked in on the art of Billy the Butcher, he was drawing real-life despots as comic book supervillains and mashing up Marvel comics superheroes with stills from their film adaptations. Now he’s created “The Post-Punk /...Show More Summary
Here's your chance to choose the topics in our regularly scheduled open discussion post - May 17, 2013.
And not figuratively, either. Sometimes people have found that certain emotions literally cause their muscles to unhook from their brains. They collapse entirely. This is not some strange disease, or weakness — tt's the misapplication of a necessary function. Read more...
Two months ago, a boulder-sized object smashed into the surface of the Moon. The resulting flash — which could be seen by the naked eye — was 10 times brighter than anything witnessed before. Read more...
'The Hangover III' red-band trailer gives us a taste of the R-rated humor and raunch the Wolfpack's final adventure will offer.
As some of you may perhaps know, an obscure sitcom called Arrested Development is being brought back for a fourth season by Netflix. In a desperate attempt to make the Internet aware of the show, the producers put out InsertMeAnywhere, an attempt to crowdsource funny marketing materials. Show More Summary
I don't know if Josh Holloway's character in Intelligence has a chip on his soldier, but he definitely has a chip in his head — a microchip! (See what I did there?) Holloway plays a soldier whose brain has access to the "global information grid" in CBS' new scifi action series. Read more...
Urban light rail -- and a construction site that's been allowed to eliminate a whole block's sidewalk, not even...
Damon Lindelof discusses the early, early status of Star Trek 3. Check out a video update from Godzilla director Gareth Edwards. Breaking Bad's Mark Margolis discusses his role as a fallen angel in Darren Aronofsky's Noah. Brad Bird won't rule out The Incredibles 2. Plus a final preview for this week's big Doctor Who finale! Read more...
Ron Howard and Brian Grazer are at Cannes unveiling several projects in the pipeline, but the only one we care about is The Dark Tower, AKA Shut Up And Take My Money. The project has been beset with problems. The nine books were adapted...Show More Summary
Hawkeye is a book we may have mentioned a little bit in the past. So we are, of course, mildly excited to discover Matt Fraction, the writer, is selling official T-shirts. And even better, they’re going to a good cause. Fraction came...Show More Summary
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Lots of comics new for you, starting with a first look at After Darkness; the three-part comic sequel to Into Darkness, which will comprise issues twenty-one to twenty-three, of the Star Trek ongoing series. Wired posted these two preview pages (pages 10 and 13 from Part 1): Pre-order: Things From Another World, Forbidden Planet. Show More Summary