Preparations for NASA’s next mission to Mars are kicking into high gear. And the technology the space agency is building for the Martian lander slated to launch in 2016 is enough to make science fiction fans foam at the mouth. Read more...
These days, anyone with a Macbook and a DSLR can make a pretty good short film and, with YouTube, it’s easy to get your movie out there for people to actually see. Fan fiction has been a thing for years be it in written form, independent comic books, or fan films. Show More Summary
I was a big fan of the HBO series "In Treatment" when it ran a few years ago. The show was about a fictional therapist, played by actor Gabriel Byrne, who helped a rotating cast of characters work out their issues with incomparable wisdom and compassion.
The comedian talks with THR about the third season of his IFC comedy and honoring podcast fans with "a fictionalization" of real stories. read more
“Geek” is our word now. So is “nerd.” We’ve reclaimed them, made them our own, and we take pride in them. And Awesome Con is the place where D.C.’s geek flag flies highest and nerd pride reaches its pinnacle. Forget the White House Correspondents’ Dinner — THIS is Nerd Prom. Show More Summary
She’s involved in porn, stripping, sex toys and erotic fiction, and yet, Farrah Abraham doesn’t seem to think that she’s particularly dirty. In a recent interview, the Teen Mom star claimed that, despite what her fans on Facebook seem to think, she’s not super raunchy on a day-to-day basis. In fact, she refuses to send dirty […]
By Mark Hill Published: May 26th, 2015
With the help of Google Maps, fans of the science fiction franchise "Star Trek" have boldly gone to China to find a new discovery: the USS Enterprise as a work of architecture.
“Forrest Gump” fan Barclay Oudersluys is retracing his fictional hero’s cross-country journey, hoofing it from California to Maine.
Season two is almost here. It's time to ready your heart for the drama bombs.
Jack White, one of several celebrity co-owners of Jay Z's recently relaunched Tidal streaming service, took to his website Wednesday to respond to fans' criticism about the service and comment about music industry economics. He said several awesome things — "Digital in the car, Vinyl in the bedroom, baby" — but also seemed...
Fans of science fiction will tell you it’s only a matter of time. One day, maybe even in the not-so-distant future, the world will no longer be divided by the silly squabbles and flimsy borders of nations. Instead, perhaps beginning with the Terran Federation of Robert Heinlein’s best-selling “Starship Troopers,” we have long imagined a vast, all-encompassing […]
Only portrait of William Shakespeare created during his lifetime shows the bard to be something of a hunk. Check out the official Pride Guide to NYC Pride 2015 HERE. Sen. Claire McCaskill was none too pleased with Sunday night's Gam...
This new Tyler Shields short for The Andrew Weiss Gallery is part of their new Historical Fiction display, and stars our fave, Nathan Fillion. Set the day of the moon landing (that's July 24, 1969), Fillion gets all Mad Men and comes way closer to the DB Cooper ending we wanted than Draper ever did.
Inside the amazing world of "Mad Men" fan fiction, where Don and Roger get it on, and so do Don and Betty, and...
As many science fiction fans do, I often imagine how well I would fare in the future. These hypotheticals usually focus on post-apocalyptic scenarios in which the common lifestyle is crossbowing aliens and outrunning nuclear explosions. But I’d like to imagine another scenario with you: How would you fare as a pencil-pusher in corporate dystopia?
Do you smell apples? I smell apples.
An art teacher in China took his Age of Ultron obsession to a new level 26-year-old Xing Yile, who calls himself a super fan of American science fiction films, has made a life-size model of the Hulkbuster armour used in the blockbuster...Show More Summary
The history nerds among you already know all this. This video is for the rest of us. Actually, this video is for anyone who's a fan of Game of Thrones, history, adorable animation, and TED Talks. Check out this mini-tutorial on the historical, real-world wars that inspired the crazy, bloody politics of Game of Thrones (or the title of a Michael Douglas/Kathleen Turner movie).
With the show’s second season fast approaching, Comedy Central is asking fans to find Review’s Forrest MacNeil, who (supposedly) disappeared off the show’s set last May. While the (fictional) show’s producer, Grant Gunderschmidt, insists...Show More Summary