Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof’s befuddling science fiction movie Tomorrowland has baffled us for years. But now we think we know the premise of this secret scientist illuminati society set not in the future, but in a future world. Spoiler talk ahead.
Lovable scamp George Clooney was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award at last night's Golden Globes for his prank-laden acting career. Clooney is perhaps the first person to receive a lifetime achievement award for portraying a lovable scamp in dozens of variations, but the man does know how to…
The debilitating, often humiliating Sony hack has pretty much screwed over most anyone who's ever had anything to do with the company ever. But when the time comes to lay blame, lay it not on George Clooney. For as with everything else in life, George Clooney had the upper hand. His prophecy by email lies below.
This is a prank face heater called HotLips you can purchase to trick a family member or loved one over the holidays. It is also something that should (with some significant modifications) totally exist already and I want one.
The very first teaser footage from Disney's super-secret new project Tomorrowland has hit, and we're even more confused than we were before we saw anything.
Here it is, the first official look at Brad Bird's mysterious Disney flick starring George Clooney, Tomorrowland. So little is known about this (but there's been plenty of fun wild speculation as to the plot) that it's exciting to see this official look at (and plot of) Disney's world of tomorrow!
Gravity is the kind of movie that only comes along once in a blue moon: a heart-stopping work of art, that conveys the terror and beauty of space. You've already heard a lot about why this movie rules — but you still don't know all the reasons why Gravity is a must-see movie. Minor spoilers ahead...
George Clooney has arrived on set to Brad Bird's new Disney picture Tomorrowland. And while we think we know who Clooney and Britt Robertson (left) are playing, who is this young lady on the right? Speculations to follow.
Check out a bushel of new pics from Alfonso Cuarón's space epic Gravity. They're simply stunning.
Last week's viral video "Worst Twerk Fail EVER - Girl Catches Fire!" was actually a staged bit from Jimmy Kimmel, he admitted last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live: "We didn't send it to any TV station, we didn't tweet it. We just put it on YouTube and let the magic happen."
We've seen Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity and it is one of the best space films we have seen in ages. One part giant showcase of the cosmos and one part a deeply harrowing action thriller, Gravity is about to show Hollywood what a real white-knuckled audience looks like. And here is our spoiler-free first impression of the…
Lots of actors regret taking on one role or another — but few go as far as George Clooney, who actually hangs a picture of himself as Batman prominently in his office to remind himself what happens when you make a movie for purely commercial reasons.
Behold, the retro world of Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof's mysterious Tomorrowland movie. So this is what a film inspired by a box of random Disney World crap from 1952 looks like. Retro!
Alfonso Cuaron rocked your world with Children of Men. But now he's taking us into orbit with the "astronauts in danger" movie Gravity. And it is basically the most intense roller-coaster ride of the year, judging from the scenes we watched at Comic-Con just now.
Here's another look at Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity, showing the stark deadliness of outer space.
We've been waiting years for Children of Men director Alfonso Cuarón's next film, and tonight at CinemaCon we finally saw our first glimpse of Gravity. It was quick and dirty, but completely terrifying. Here's what we saw.
Damon Lindelof and Brad Bird's recent sci-fi collaboration, oddly titled 1952, is shrouded in Spielberg face wonder and mystery... until now (maybe).
We'll finally get to see the space adventure from Children of Men director Alfonso Cuarón this fall. According to Deadline, we'll be watching the "stranded astronaut" movie, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, on Oct. 4, 2013. The movie, which reportedly starts with a single 20-minute take, was originally…