The Captain Underpants books are among the most banned reading material in the world. They're brilliantly subversive and weird, and a refreshingly dotty spin on superhero lore. And now, they're becoming an animated movie, with Ed Helms as Captain Underpants himself.
This week, Gizmodo is becoming a television show. And Erik Estrada is fighting chupacabras. Also, learn the truth about the end of the world, the God Particle, and the Mars rover. Plus one of the funnest animated films of the past few years is becoming a TV series... but will the television version ruin it? Check out…
San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge has suffered all manner of damage and destruction in television and on film. But out of all the earthquakes, sea monsters, and alien attacks, who caused the bridge its most impressive destruction?
If you're sick—literally or figuratively—of 3D now, just wait until the end of the month. HD Guru has Best Buy's schedule for rolling out 3D capable HDTVs and Blu-ray players from Samsung and Panasonic, and they're coming soon.
If you've ever fantasized about Ginormica or the 50-foot woman, you're not alone. "Giantess" porn is huge on the Internet. Witness massive (and half-naked) women stomping cities into rubble, and tiny men who adore them. And yes, it's very NSFW.
As the U.S. celebrates Thanksgiving and we all prepare to watch Avatar, yet another movie where we invade the aliens, it's worth asking: why aren't there any movies or TV shows where humans come in peace and try to coexist?
The monsters of Monsters vs. Aliens are back to battle a new threat: mutant pumpkins from outer space. In these five clips, our monstrous heroes try trick-or-treating and we learn why not to make Jack O'Lanterns out of sentient squash.
Last week, we told you about the movies reaching theaters this fall, but it has to be said: Sometimes, even just going to the theater seems like too much hassle. Here's what you can watch at home, instead.
Finally, some good news. One of the year's most fun movies is getting its own TV series on Nickelodeon. We can assume the film's star-studded voice talent won't be attached, but that just means no more Seth Rogen's blue blob Bob stealing the spotlight from the classic movie monsters. Unfortunately, with the good comes…
Monsters vs. Aliens had a large opening at the box office yesterday, and may have set records for 3-D movies... but can it also beat Watchmen's opening weekend?
With its star-studded voice cast, silly giant monsters, and awesome alien robots, Monsters vs. Aliens is a great scifi comedy. It also brings a welcome snark to the usual after-school-special message of acceptance. Spoilers ahead.
The UFO-hunters at TopSecretConspiracy.Com have done it again, and we've got an exclusive heads-up of their latest, most damning documentary footage, proving that monsters and aliens are all around us. They ruined Rick's going-away party!
The comedic ensemble cast of Monsters Versus Aliens improvised their own lines - and even went back and forth over a period of years, redoing the same scenes, co-director Conrad Vernon told io9. Spoilers ahead...
Rainn Wilson has imprisoned the lovely (and ginormous) Reese Witherspoon in a pink cell, in another chuckle worthy clip from Monsters Versus Aliens. Check out how evil aliens say "WTF."
What exactly is the mutant Beak doing in Wolverine? How do Terminators get their eyeballs? Just how empowered are Dragonball's women? Those questions have spoilery answers! Plus Dollhouse, Heroes, Lost, Fringe, Supernatural and Reaper dirt.
Dreamworks released some B-roll showing the making of Monsters Versus Aliens, with Danny Elfman's boisterous score. Apparently Ginormica started out bald. Also, why do you think that guy is walking through a tiny city?