Did Edward Snowden actually damage national security? There's no way in hell to tell from official documents released to the press—they've been thoroughly redacted to the point of uselessness.
There's nothing subtle about Vice, an astonishingly unoriginal thriller that plays off familiar fears that violent video games will turn players into real-world trigger-happy sociopaths. The movie is now viewable on demand; some spoilers ahead.
In Vice, Thomas Jane plays a cop who's investigating a resort where androids have gone wild. And as this exclusive clip from the movie shows, he doesn't need to ask any questions about turtles to spot a rogue android. He just asks if he can "imprint" you. The results are pretty entertaining.
Check out some wild speculation about a major death in Avengers: Age of Ultron. A new clip shows Bruce Willis pontificating in his escaped-android movie Vice. And there's a breakdown of the differences between the movie and TV show versions of 12 Monkeys. Spoilers now!
In this trailer, Bruce Willis has built a pleasure island where people can do whatever they want to robots, including kill them. But what happens when one of the robots REMEMBERS her copious murders? Uh-oh.
There are more photos and details from the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Plus Agents of SHIELD already has plans for seasons two and three. And new details from Under the Skin and The Machine. Plus watch more Game of Thrones trailers, and a Walking Dead finale clip. Spoilers right now!
Getting 20 hot, confident models to make out—like they do every day, for their job—is pretty and all, but it's no big feat, really. Vice got 20 completely normal strangers to kiss each other. Some of them are awesome, some of them are weird, all of them are normal. It's real life! Enjoy it.
Arrow promises non-stop returning and new villains for the next five episodes. Captain America: The Winter Soldier sets up a major plot twist in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Syfy is turning Brian Wood's acclaimed comic DMZ into a TV series, while The CW has a new show about strangers who must prevent an apocalypse…
Does an official toy photo reveal the 12th Doctor's costume? Sacha Baron Cohen's could join the Alice in Wonderland sequel. Ron Howard is still moving ahead with The Dark Tower. Orphan Black's doing something in season two that's causing the cast to lose sleep. And the CW's Flash adds a major hero. Spoilers now!
Max Landis wants to add a little Cthulhu to a Houdini biopic. True Blood has recast James. The movie based on Ted Chiang's Story of Your Life has a director. Learn how The Purge 2 will turn the first movie's premise on its head. Plus watch brand new trailers for The CW's The 100 and Star-Crossed, and Syfy's Dominion.…
Gawker's Hamilton Nolan slams Vice, the alleged counterculture magazine for alleged cool people that is now partly owned by Rupert Murdoch, the symbol of what all those kids were supposed to hate:
After getting teased with the trailer for Click. Print. Gun, Motherboard's documentary on the 3D printed gun movement, we finally get to watch the whole thing. The doc takes a look at Cody R. Wilson, a 25-year-old University of Texas law student, and how he's been building weapon parts with a 3D printer.
Motherboard just released a trailer for Click. Print. Gun., its upcoming documentary on 3D printed guns, and you get to see a glimpse of the terrifying future that is having access to guns and gun parts that you can just click and print. The doc follows Cody R. Wilson, a guy who has home printed a semi-automatic…
Waterparks are a much-beloved pastime for those who endured those sticky summer days. With the dreaded heat and humidity just around the corner, reading the blog post at Vice's Motherboard on abandoned water-parks is the perfect way to prepare yourself. The post by Michael Byrne chronicles the sad stories of water…
I can't remember the last time I noticed anything about a stage, versus the people performing on it. Had I been at this year's Coachella, I certainly would have (mind-addling drugs aside)—the thing was a rumbling LED supernova.
Apple's Puritanical app approval policy doesn't let in any really inappropriate apps, but it's clear that the people want to indulge their vices with their iPhones: The current top three most popular apps are focused on sex, drugs, and alcohol.
Everybody's favorite hipster magazine, Vice, has launched an online TV network that aims to take the young, fashionable, and urban demographic away from the living room and on to the internet. Well, even more onto the internet.