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Japanese Monsters and a Korean Cop Kick Ryan Reynolds' Ass: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review of Self/less, Jellyfish Eyes & A Hard Day

This is a real "watch this, not that," segment this time. Self/less was the "serious" opening last weekend -- directed by overt stylist Tarsem Singh, starring Ryan Reynolds and Ben Kingsley -- and the worst sin that could be leveled at it was that it was kind of stoopid. Show More Summary

Japanese Monsters and a Korean Cop Kick Ryan Reynolds Ass: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review of Self/less, Jellyfish Eyes & A Hard Day

This is a real "watch this, not that," segment this time. Self/less was the "serious" opening last weekend -- directed by overt stylist Tarsem Singh, starring Ryan Reynolds and Ben Kingsley -- and the worst sin that could be leveled at it was that it was kind of stoopid. Show More Summary

'Tut' miniseries brings us fun with a pharaoh

Ben Kingsley is the selling point of "Tut," Spike's three-part miniseries about the pharaoh formerly known as Tutankhamen, which premieres Sunday. He is something to see, Sir Ben, with his shaven pate and Egyptian-drag eyeliner, peering through the undulating bodies of dancing girls with conniving...

Portrait painting with Ben Kingsley

Ben Kingsley recently had a dream about Richard Attenborough, the late director who guided Kingsley to a lead-actor Oscar for his unforgettable performance in the 1982 film "Gandhi."

Ryan Reynolds Confesses He Can't Remember Life Before Baby James

Ryan Reynolds is front and center in the new film Self/less, which is out now. We caught up with the star to ask about his role in the film, which tells the story of a dying man, played by Ben Kingsley, who is able to extend his life in the body of Ryan Reynolds's character. Show More Summary

Watch ‘TUT’ Trailer Featuring Avan Jogia + Ben Kingsley

July 19, 2015 kicks off Spike’s three-night event, premiering TUT, which stars Avan Jogia and Ben Kingsley. The historical mini-series follows the life of King Tutankhamun, played by Jogia. The official synopsis reads: “Explores theShow More Summary

Self/Less is Point/Less

In Self/Less, Ben Kingsley plays a dying, shark-like real estate tycoon who has his identity transplanted into that of a younger body, played by Ryan Reynolds. We’re told that the new body has been grown in a lab – that it is essentially a blank slate. Of course, that turns... More »

The Mary Sue Interview: Self/Less‘ Natalie Martinez & Derek Luke on Genre Film and Effects of Gender, Race, and Class on Storytelling

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

The sci-fi thriller, Self/Less, which stars Ben Kingsley as a terminally ill man who wants to extend his life, and Ryan Reynolds as the same character in a new, healthy body obtained though a process called "shedding," is out today.Show More Summary

Self/less Explores The Bounds Of The Human Mind And The Ethics Of 'Self'

VideoI’m a fan of science, science fiction, Sir Ben Kingsley, and Ryan Reynolds, so I was pretty much sold on the premise of the movie Self/less the first time I saw the trailer. I’ll leave the reviews of the movie itself—dissecting the script, and analyzing the quality of the script [...]

Never Say Die – SELF/LESS from Science-Fiction to -Fact

In SELF/LESS, a dying old man (Academy Award winner Ben Kingsley) transfers his consciousness to the body of a healthy young man (Ryan Reynolds). If you’re into immortality, that’s pretty good product placement, no?

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In 'Self/less,' a man cheats death by transferring his mind to another body — here's how close we are to making that reality

In the new movie "Self/less," which comes out Friday, June 10, a wealthy man dying of cancer (played by Ben Kingsley) cheats death by transferring his consciousness to the body of a younger man (Ryan Reynolds). Thanks to the help ofShow More Summary

10 Celebrities Who Have Gloriously Normal Bodies

In the new thriller Self/less, Sir Ben Kingsley plays a dying man who undergoes a procedure to have his mind transferred into the body of a healthier, younger man, played by rock solid Ryan Reynolds. Because, hey, if you’re gonna swap out your old body and get a new one, it might as well be... Read more »

Self/Less Proves That The “Posthuman Thriller” Is A Thing Now

3 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Self/Less, the new movie starring Ben Kingsley and Ryan Reynolds, clearly wants to remind you of Limitless, the hit movie from 2011. There’s the similar title, but also another story of human enhancement with a dark side. And Self/Less proves that “posthuman thrillers” are becoming a genre. Read more...

Exclusive: 3 Reasons to See Self/less That Involve Ryan Reynolds

Deadpool isn't the only upcoming Ryan Reynolds movie that will give you a closer look at the sexy star. This week, Reynolds also stars in the thriller Self/less as essentially a vessel that a wealthy, dying businessman (Ben Kingsley) chooses to have his consciousness transferred into. Show More Summary

Portable Consciousness: The Science of SELF/LESS

I just saw an early screening of the sci-fi thriller SELF/LESS, and really enjoyed it. The film stars Ben Kingsley as a Billionaire real estate magnate diagnosed with a terminal illness, who in his dying days…

Contest: Chicago, see Tarsem Singh’s Self/Less early and for free

In Self/Less, Ben Kingsley plays a dying billionaire named Damian who opts to have his consciousness transferred into a young, fit host body (Ryan Reynolds), so that he can prolong his life. Anyone want to place bets on whether or not...Show More Summary

The Crazy Science Behind Self/Less' Body-Swapping

last monthGenres / Sci Fi : io9

In the new movie Self/Less, Ben Kingsley is dying of cancer, so he gets his mind placed into a younger body—that of Ryan Reynolds. You’ve seen this kind of “re-sleeving” before in novels like Altered Carbon, but is it scientifically possible? Here’s a brand new exclusive featurette that says... maybe. Read more...

SELF/LESS (Trailer)

Sir Ben Kingsley stars as a dying billionaire who is able to use his wealth (and movie science) to transfer his consciousness into the body of a younger man (Ryan Reynolds.) But it seems there are some “side effects” to the process.

Could you possibly transfer your consciousness to another body?

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

From Ben Kingsley to brain stimulation, dream recorders to optogenetics... (more…)

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