It’s the end of the world as we know it, but at least our pets feel fine. They’re virtually the only survivors in the new hit comic Legend, after a virus wipes out almost all human life, and dogs, cats, and the other animals of the world find themselves in charge of a world that has been turned into a very weird place.
Tops among Ridley Scott’s best-loved movies are early entries Alien and Blade Runner. His varied career has also included Thelma and Louise, Gladiator, The Martian, and that movie where Russell Crowe weathers his midlife crisis making wine in Provence. But 1985’s Legend is surely his absolutely weirdest effort.
Looks like Tom Hardy will continue to prove his versatility (huge blockbusters, period films, one romantic comedy, that movie where he was alone in a car the entire time) with Legend, in which he plays British gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray. Here’s the Roy Orbison-a-rific trailer.
Frankly, we're a little weary of Bigfoot and Nessie. What about those mysterious critters that don't have dedicated reality shows ... but are still integral, beloved, and/or feared parts of the communities in which they're said to dwell? Here are 9 wonderfully weird, staunchly local cryptozoological creatures.
We all have ultra-high hopes for Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, the television spin-off of The Avengers. Will all the characters turn out to be Skrulls? We hope so. But if this show becomes a huge hit, the studios could decide to crank out more TV shows based on popular films. Here are the 10 worst TV shows that could…
There were plenty of toys for collectors in the late ‘90s and early ‘00s, but if you wanted the best toys, you turned to McFarlane. The founder of Image and creator of Spawn, decided to make his own toy company in 1994 and the results were nothing short of spectacular.... for a while, at least.
If you saw Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back in the theater in Europe or Australia, you may also have seen a short film called Black Angel. This ground-breaking 20 minute sword-and-sorcery film was directed by Star Wars art director Roger Christian, and it influenced the look and feel of 1980s fantasy films like …
Tom Cruise is coming back! He's starring in a fourth Mission Impossible movie this weekend, and he's also set to star in two upcoming science fiction films: Joseph Kosinski's Horizons and the movie version of the Japanese alien-fighting novel All You Need Is Kill.
The Victorian Age has long since declared victory over the brains of many science fiction lovers. An alternate history, in which the British Empire was accompanied by fantastical steam-powered technology has captured people's imaginations. Steampunk rules, just as Britannia once did. Just look at the profusion of…
There's a new photo of Ian McKellen as Gandalf... and it's rather unusual. There are tons of clues for J.J. Abrams' Super 8. And photos and details for Torchwood: Miracle Day. Plus find out what shows NBC won't be airing.
It turns out that King Arthur's legendary round table was a lot more badass than you ever thought. It most likely seated 1,000 people, and was probably built on the ruins of an old Roman settlement.
HTC swept the show with the sexy Legend, well-specced Desire and rugged WinMo HD Mini, and while US availability hasn't been confirmed yet we can let our UK readers in on the good news. All phones will hit eXpansys on the 12th of April, with the HD Mini at £349.99, the Legend at £399.99 and Desire at £449.99.
Not only is HTC's Legend their best-looking Android phone to date, I'm going to throw my hat in the ring and say it's the best-looking Android phone period. Created from a single piece of aluminum, it's more than MacBook-esque.
After eyeing up renders, this caught-in-the-wild snapshot of the HTC Bravo comes accompanied with information on its Android partner the Legend, which hasn't been salivated over quite as much as it should, considering it's supposedly packing a unibody aluminum casing.