President Obama has requested that you tweet your representatives to help solve this whole debt ceiling mess. But if you live in, say Cleveland, that's a waste of time. Tweet at these pols—who can actually get stuff done—instead.
Holy crap, who let the designers out their cages at Google? The same day they launched the massive Google+ project, Google went around and prettied up all kinds of rough edges. Just take a look.
We were just getting excited for Louis Leterrier's G, in which the Earth stops spinning and gravity stops. And now there's another great take on the burgeoning "rotational disaster" subgenre.
Yesterday, Universal Pictures announced a deal for Louis Leterrier to direct G, a science fiction "tentpole" movie. Nothing much was revealed about G, except that it's "a scifi disaster pic with shades of The Day After Tomorrow and Taken." And they haven't hired a screenwriter yet.
What's the opposite of being beautiful, rich and popular? Tattoos, scars and Brooklyn living, according to the new teen Beauty And The Beast remake, Beastly. Good thing it's got Neil Patrick Harris as the candlestick.
JD Power and Associates just released the results of its latest camera survey, culling the responses of over 8,000 digital camera buyers between April of 2007 and March of 2008. They split the categories into DSLRs, Point and Shoots, Premium Point and Shoots, and Ultra Slims. Hit the jump to see the list of winners.
G has everything any kaiju-loving fan could ever want, including giant monsters fighting even bigger robots. The acting and sets are pretty campy (par for the course for most indie monster films) yet the special effects are ultra-surreal. The filmmakers did an amazing job blowing up buildings and creating the red…