Bob Iger discusses Carrie Fisher’s role in The Last Jedi. Lucifer’s showrunner explains why the current season is moving five episodes. Chris Evans talks about his future as Captain America. Plus, a set video of Vision in action for Infinity War, a look at the returning cast of Twin Peaks, and a teasing image for …
Valiant’s Bloodshot movie finds its director. There’s a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show on the horizon. Scarlett Johansson wakes up not once, but twice, in new Ghost in the Shell footage. Plus, a new Beauty and the Beast clip, Thrawn attacks in the Rebels season finale, and new pictures from Sense8. Spoilers are…
Well, this is certainly going to be a ton of work. Syfy’s announced that Bryan Taylor (Crank) and Grant Morrison (of being Grant Morrison) are adapting Aldous Huxley’s classic Brave New World for Syfy.
The world has been Weird Al-less since 2011—it was three years ago that Alpocalypse was released, bringing us gems like "Polka Face." His new album, Mandatory Fun, drops tomorrow and he's gifting us with eight new videos, one each day this week. First up, he tackles the most parody-worthy song in recent memory:…
This guy discovered that one measure of Happy is six seconds, exactly like a Vine clip. He then used Vine to record himself and his friends playing different instruments and singing, creating this perfect symphony using multiple iPhones.
Here's a fun little musical experiment from The Gregory Brothers. They flipped major and minor keys in popular songs to transform previously happy songs into sad ones and turn old depressing sad songs into happy ones. It sends your brain in a tizzy when you hear the words of songs you recognize but see them in a whole…
If this video doesn't bring you a tear of emotion or at least make you smile and feel good for the rest of the day, you aren't human. Watch Jason Mortensen react to the news of being married to his beautiful wife after waking up after surgery with no memory of it at all. My favorite phrase: "I hit the jackpot!"
If you're having a crappy day, go grab yourself an emergency compliment at this thoughtful website which serves up, you guessed it, emergency compliments. I already found out that I have the best blog, that my prom date still thinks about me all the time and that I lost some weight (not that I needed to).
At New York Comic Con, io9 met up with famed comic scribe Grant Morrison. We picked his brain about such topics as the RZA, Batman and Superman's S&M games, and that time Wonder Woman built a sneaky sculpture of herself out of cured ham.
We like to anthropomorphize the objects in our lives, assigning our tools and tech personalities of their own. But some just go ahead and do it for you. The gadgets you are about to see wear their hearts on their sleeves.
Can you feel a nip in the air? We sure as heck can't, because it's still August and hotter than the Twilight Sword of Surtur the fire demon. But when the weather turns, these titles will be landing in your neighborhood comic shop.
Comic Con is the pop culture Thunderdome. Every year, studios bring dozens of their massively expensive properties to the San Diego Convention Center, and only some will emerge with victory. Comic Con can't make or break a project — but it can generate tons of buzz, which is a priceless commodity. So which movies and…
So what's your favorite part about internet sensation and untalented tweeter Rebecca Black's smash single "Friday?" If you said "I think there was a rap interlude in there somewhere that didn't make me die a small death in the most secret parts of my soul," then you're going to love this.
An old man in a nursing home is described as being depressed, unresponsive and 'un-alive' until he hears music from his era. When his caretaker puts the headphones on him and flips on the iPod, you can see the pure joy on his face. So awesome.
Sometimes, science doesn't provide radical new findings, it just confirms what we've all suspected for generations. Take, for instance, a recent study that shows women are happier in relationships when men know they're miserable. Men on the other hand, they're just happy when their partner is happy.
After surveying 35,000 people around the world and analyzing the results, researchers came to a conclusion: Gadgets make us happy. Don't laugh just yet though, because they've got reasonable explanations for this theory.
Through the photonic assault, I saw a patch of green in a booth. I walked up and touched it. The grass, it was real, and cool and fresh for the moment. I could not have smiled more broadly. Happy Moments...
I like this NYTimes blog about happiness. Our relationship with our personal tech is complicated, but overall, do you think we're better or worse off for being so addicted to our gadgetry?
Sometimes, Google gives you these amazing pearls of insight into the world's extreme state of mind: