Ridley Scott's Christian-Bale-as-Moses epic Exodus: Gods and Kings won't be out until December, but he's already working on another Old Testament story: King David. So we're forced to wonder: Are Biblical epics officially back?
Artist Cao Hui likes to infuse inanimate objects with bits of human-like flesh, muscles, organs, and bone. In a recent series, Hui remakes classic sculptures with human anatomies beneath their stoney exteriors and cuts them up, shifting our eye from the outside of the sculpture to the red stuff inside.
This morning you met Michael Fassbender's creepy android character from Ridley Scott's film Prometheus. Now you can play with David, simply by typing in these emotion codes.
Despite the stigma, there are many people still using AOL email. Some are stuck in a technology timewarp; but not everyone is that backwards. Some notable and presumably intelligent celebrities are reportedly still using their AOL email addresses.
We've got over 4 minutes of excellent ape footage that humanizes poor chimp Caesar — and makes Stargate's David Hewlett look like a galloping jackass. Rodney McKay, you leave that nice man alone.
Halle Berry just confirmed the Wachowski's next big project is Cloud Atlas, based on David Mitchell's acclaimed novel that tells a series of stories from the 19th century to the post-apocalypse. Also possibly attached: Tom Hanks and Natalie Portman. [NataliePortman.com]
We're completely enchanted by this disturbingly violent yet completely charming trailer for The Goon, a computer animated adaptation of Eric Powell's book, from producer David Fincher.
It's finally here — the biggest alternate timeline of all alternate timelines, the alternate history trope to top all alternate history tropes. Today we look at some alternate histories of the Second World War.
After what feels like years of concept renders and photos of the hairy David de Rothschild accompanying gushing magazine pieces about his plastic bottle boat, the Plastiki will set sail this month across the Pacific Ocean.
The horrific visions that open the final chapter of Alan Moore's Watchmen haunt you long afterwards. But Zack Snyder's movie tones down that imagery, and screenwriter David Hayter says it's because of 9/11. Spoilers below.
Just in time for those of us making very early holiday gift lists, TrekMovie has news of the ideal present for the comic-book-reading Star Trek fan in your life. Especially if that happens to be yourself: A DVD compilation spanning 35 years (and five publishers) of four-color voyages called Star Trek The Complete…
While we may not know exactly what to expect in the final ten episodes of Battlestar Galactica - well, apart from shooting, that is - we now know that we can expect more of it than usual. Talking to reporters at Comic-Con, executive producer David Eick admitted that the final episodes of the show may run slightly…
While the secrecy is most likely related to shame and embarrassment more than danger and intrigue, the "toy" is actually a pretty impressive piece of hardware. The camera can transmit high quality streaming video to a flat panel-equipped base station over 300 feet away, where it is recorded to a hard drive for…
David Bruemmer and Douglas Few, engineers at the US Department of Energy's Idaho National Lab in Idaho Falls, have put together an unlikely use for the Wiimote—they've hacked the remote so it can control a bomb-disposing, landmine-detecting, machine gun-carrying robot.
Architect David Fisher has envisioned a new tower that is one part wind turbine and one part skyscraper. The tower is based around a concrete center core, with each floor spinning like an individual wind turbine. When all of the turbines are harnessed together the tower will not only be able to power itself, but up to…