When the name “Amblin” is in front of a movie, it means something special. It means a level of entertainment endorsed by the people behind E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial, Jurassic Park, and Back to the Future. And the company has just begun developing their next potential franchise.
Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates have announced that they’re joining forces with other big names in the world of technology to create a new fund that will encourage private investment in clean energy.
The new Panama Canal lock gates are now being installed and holy crap they are gigantic to the point of disbelief. Egyptian pyramids-level huge. Imperial Star Destroyer-level massive. Look at those tiny people and the size of those concrete canyons. The 3,285-ton 9-story-high gate is 33 feet (10 meters) wide.
You asked for a gritty, depressing Stargate space opera, and now Stargate Universe is delivering a gritty, depressing space opera. The death toll on SGU hasn't let up, and this episode wasn't afraid to kill off a few more souls.
Television is trying harder this week — including the return of Genndy Tartakovsky with Sym-Bionic Titan and more Star Wars: Clone Wars. Plus an extra-awesome Warehouse 13, Tourettes Syndrome, original V, fire-dragons, Venture Bros., Nazi Super-Bombs, Jared Diamond... and Wall-E!
Sunday sees the season finale of True Blood and the return of the Venture Bros. There's a new Mad Magazine cartoon show. Sexy spy show Nikita launches, and Cloverfield and Jumper have their network TV premieres. Your televisual future awaits!
Futurama celebrates its 100th episode by changing everything, and we've got the first clip. Other essential television this week: Michio Kaku's Sci-Fi Science, Nestor Carbonell returns, Warehouse 13, an extra-dark The Gates... and the Jesus Lizard! Tons of clips below.
This week's television includes some gems you might have missed, including Adventure Time, Warehouse 13 and True Blood. A woman dreams her own death and makes a documentary about it. Back To The Future is back! And much, much more.
We've seen tomorrow night's Warehouse 13, and we explain why it's must-watch television. This week's TV also includes the worst time travel movie ever, a tour of Hellmouths, and Spaceballs! Plus new Futurama, True Blood and Eureka.
Summer TV is awesome! Just check out our listing, including a new series about aspiring horror actresses, Stan Lee's new mutantsploitation show, and tons of cartoons. Plus nerd-comedy gem The IT Crowd, along with new Futurama, Eureka and Warehouse 13.
Toilets weren't the only thing on Bill Gates' mind at yesterday's Techonomy conference in Lake Tahoe—the former Microsoft CEO also offered his vision of the future of education. The next great educational institution, he thinks, is the Internet.
We think that Bill Gates' tongue was firmly planted in his cheek when he revealed his odd fascination with toilets during a conference earlier today, but his thoughts on the topic were quite delightful to hear. Apparently he believes that toilets are one of the "greatest under-investments" and that "we're gonna have a…
This week, television gives you Shark Week, plus the debut of Stan Lee's documentary on real-life mutants. Warehouse 13's Claudia and Eureka's Fargo hook up twice! Superman fights a frost giant! Plus an animal uprising, True Blood and Futurama!
This week doesn't just bring new Futurama, Being Human, Warehouse 13 and True Blood episodes — we also confront prehistoric monkey-eating fish! The Road becomes a reality TV series! See the solar system's wonders anew. Tons of sneak peeks below!
Television has not deserted you. This very week, Doctor Who delivers a crackerjack finale, Being Human comes back, and Wil Wheaton comes to Eureka. And we have clips below! Also, witness the first meeting of Alyson Hannigan and Seth Green!
Here's your chance to get in on the ground floor of mocking a uniquely hideous TV movie, before your friends discover it. Jennifer's Body premieres on cable. A ground-breaking miniseries explores our energy future. Plus Doctor Who, Futurama and Eureka!
It may be the middle of summer, but Syfy doesn't care — they're premiering new seasons of Eureka and Warehouse 13, plus a new series. There's new True Blood, Futurama, Doctor Who, and more. Plus a classic movie's TV debut!
Current events often lurk below the surface of fantastical films—it's no secret, for example, that Avatar reflected America's unsavory imperialism (/Pocohontas?) Early audiences of Iron Man 2 are noticing a slightly less predictable allegory: Jobs vs. Gates.