We've been waiting to see how Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer and her asymmetrical haircut would play out in the third Hunger Games movie. In this clip, Dormer's character Cressida introduces her pro-rebellion propaganda film crew.
The first clip from Interstellar shows us the future Earth that Christopher Nolan has created. It's one in which the idea of space travel is so thoroughly discouraged that children are taught that we never went to the moon.
One of the most buzzed-about films at this year's Sundance Film Festival is the mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows, following a group of vampire roommates, who are forced to learn about the modern world. This clip of the film's first six minutes shows us what they're working with.
We've had no doubt that Chris Pratt will be bringing the funny as Peter Quill in Guardians of the Galaxy, but this clip cements it. Here's what happens when Star-Lord gets caught mid-theft.
Once Scarlett Johansson gets her drug-induced superpowers in Luc Besson's upcoming action film Lucy, she wastes no time putting bullets through anyone who stands between her and her freedom. See just how violent things get in this clip.
Humans trespass onto ape land in the first clip from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and what they encounter is frightening. A swarm of apes is ready to face them, led by a booming-voiced Caesar.
This new clip from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 offers some insight into the tragedy of our key villain, Electro. Spider-Man tries to reason with the human live wire, but things aren't looking good for Electro.
Motorola will be selling a $20 accessory for the Moto X that could very well be the smartest thing it has ever done or be the dumbest phone accessory ever. Called the Skip, it's a clip that houses a NFC chip that'll let you unlock your Moto X by simply tapping it. No lock screens, no pass codes.
We get a peek into Tony and Pepper's dating life in the latest clip from Iron Man 3. One thing's clear: when you're dating a billionaire industrialist, superhero multi-tasker, you have to stay on your toes.
We get a brief, but intense clip of Tony Stark suiting up in this clip from Iron Man 3, which aired during the MTV Movie Awards. When his usual weapons won't fire, Tony isn't afraid to improvise.
We've seen a collection of clips and featurettes for Sam Raimi's Oz the Great and Powerful, but we've yet to see one actual clip... until now. Behold the first real look at the ladies of Oz, sisters Evanora and Theodora, wildly accusing each other of collusion. Love the costumes, ladies.
Dreamworks' upcoming prehistoric comedy The Croods is really growing on us, with some truly beautiful production art and a host of odd-looking animals. This first clip gives us a peek at some of those critters in action, including Guy's sloth, Belt, and one tiger-striped fellow who's in danger of becoming lunch. But…
Monsters University is shaping up to have a pretty classic college movie vibe. In this preview clip, which comes on the new Blu-ray edition of Monsters Inc., MU director Dan Scanlon gives a spoiler-filled synopsis of the upcoming sequel, and shows off characters and concept art. Skip to 2:50 to watch the first clip…
It turns out that supersonic man Felix Baumgartner was even more supersonic than we previously thought. He actually reached 843.6 miles per hour (1,357.6 km/h), which is 1.25 the speed of sound. His heart rate was extremely high at the exact time of the jump—understandably!
The challenge: "create an image out of a word, using only the letters in the word itself." The only rule: "use only the graphic elements of the letters without adding outside parts." The result: this cool video by Ji Lee. Enjoy! [Vimeo]
It's here. After the first teaser trailer, we got to see the full one. This one really goes up to Warp 11. So who is the bad guy? Gizmodo reader Thomas Steves has a very good theory, which is supported by some strong evidence and logic:
J.J. Abrams has released the trailer for the next Star Trek movie: Into the Darkness. Just watch it, because it's awesome. Seriously. I mean, I'm sold just on the fact that Benedict Cumberbatch—of Sherlock Holmes fame—plays the bad guy. That's enough for me, but this teaser makes me want it all now!
I'm sure the new Onion's TED parody is funny, but I was just too impatient to sit through all that talk about how we consume, digest and poop out news even before they are fully written. So I jumped to the end, when a dog eats an apple pie, a moment I've waited to see in detail since they released their series…
Time for some airplane porn: Lockheed Martin has completed high angle of attack testing for the F-35A Lightning II. The aircraft was able to get to its 50 degree limit with ease:
Expressing the depths of the love you feel for you partner is difficult enough as it is. It's even harder when technology conspires against you as it does in Above Average's latest video, Baby I Lobe You - An Autocorrected Love Song.