So many of our big media stories about living to be over 120 are negative or take place in a dystopia — from Dorian Gray to In Time. Why is that? Sonia Arrison, author of 100+, tries to explain — and predicts that this could soon change.
Was Godzilla inspired by an overweight stagehand? Does Count Dracula have more English actor in his background than Eastern European prince? And does Chucky trace his roots to a little boy and his creepy doll in Key West? We look at some of the legendary tales of real people behind fictional monsters.
Now that Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility have been taken over by zombies and sea monsters, respectively, and Huck Finn is being rewritten to replace Jim's character with a robot (because then nobody could possible be offended. Ever.), which classic novels are next for a 21st Century update?