Following its enthusiastically received film festival debut, James Marsh‘s The Theory of Everything has revealed a gorgeous new trailer for general audiences. Eddie Redmayne stars Stephen Hawking, tracing his journey from spirited young...Show More Summary
Eddie Redmayne plays Stephen Hawking in the new trailer for biopic 'The Theory of Everything', directed by James Marsh (Man on Wire).
The Theory of Everything was brightest among a very small constellation of highlights from last month's Toronto International Film Festival, leaving no doubt that Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones (as Stephen and Jane Hawking) will be up for acting Oscars in February. No trailer can do justice to Theory — a must-see on Nov. Show More Summary
"The Theory of Everything" already has a steady stream of buzz following its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Now, a new trailer for the movie about Stephen Hawking shows more of the love story between Hawking (Eddie...Show More Summary
Eddie Redmayne stars as physicist Stephen Hawking in the critically-acclaimed biopic 'The Theory of Everything', in theaters November 7th. [...]
Those curious how Eddie Redmayne (Les Miserables) took on the physically and intellectually challenging role of renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking need look no further than the new trailer for biopic The Theory of Everything. Check it out below!
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking recently confirmed that he is an atheist who believes in science rather than God.
Stephen Hawking doesn’t believe there is a God. More to the point, he believes that the advancement of science makes the idea of God less and less necessary. In an interview with Spanish newspaper El Mundo, Hawking answered on his views of the origins of the universe. Show More Summary
Physicist Stephen Hawking has always had a somewhat squishy view of God. The author of books like God Created The Integers, he always seemed to be on the fence, saying that science and religion weren't incompatible without admitting that he didn't believe in a higher power. Show More Summary
Stephen Hawking clarified this week that he was an atheist because science had provided him with a “more convincing” explanation of the origins of the universe. According to NBC News, Hawking made the comments to the Spanish-language paper El Mundo during the Starmus Festival at...
There are many examples of individuals with different disabilities who excel and accomplish much in their lifetime, rendering physical or mental attributes meaningless — consider Stephen Hawking, Stevie Wonder and Helen Keller, among many others. Show More Summary
Stephen was on fire last night! He blasted the murky legal authority for war, war hawk Lindsey Graham, and the so-called "support" of Arab nations that the administration refuses to name. Full video after the jump.
No, it won't. Some context: recently, several press outlets took a chunk of Stephen Hawking's latest book and ran a bit off the deep end with it, reporting that the "God Particle" was going to wipe out the universe. Here's what Hawking...Show More Summary
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AICN's resident Astrophysicist is not to be trifled with!!! Read the full article on AICN THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING makes me want to scream. It features Eddie Redmayne’s impressive performance as Stephen Hawking, which will surely make...Show More Summary
Stephen Hawking’s recent remarks regarding the possibility that our descendants might one day destroy the universe by disrupting the Higgs field with a larger-than-Earth supercollider has gotten people thinking: is there anything we could do now that would destroy the universe? The answer to that question is, by...
CNN upped its Gothic game this week, using a Stephen Hawking reflection to ask the world, Will the 'God particle' destroy the world? To her credit, author Meg Urry leaves the title behind in order to explain actual science. But...
Tired of seeing disgraced and discredited war hawks like John McCain and Dick Cheney dominate media coverage of the crisis in the Middle East? Then you've got to see Stephen's segment last night. Full video after the jump.
It’s not just light bulbs and thermostats joining the Internet of things — Intel has now given the wheelchair a new layer of connectivity. On Tuesday, the company announced its newest smart device in partnership with world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking. Show More Summary