Get a look at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2’s new Karai. A Gotham star gets promoted to season regular. M. Night Shyamalan wants an Unbreakable TV show. Plus new clips from Inside Out and The Messengers, a new Ant-Man poster, and teasers for Game of Thrones. Behold, Spoilers!
Yesterday, the CDC confirmed the first Ebola case diagnosed in the US. The patient, who recently traveled to Liberia, is now isolated in a Dallas hospital. With containment efforts challenging West Africa, and US officials searching for anyone who came in contact with the Dallas patient, where is the Ebola vaccine?
If you want to put on a surgical mask, rubber gloves, goggles, ear muffs and trap yourself in a plastic bubble after watching this terrifying video of how fast an epidemic would spread across the world, well, I'd totally understand. Because it's crazy fast. Using the world's air transportation network, theoretical…
With many of America's federally employed food-safety personnel on furlough (thanks, government shutdown), it's a good thing there isn't a major foodborne-illness outbreak unfolding across the country! Oh, wait.
Remember Outbreak, the 1995 disease thriller that was less about science, and more about monkeys and heartfelt Dustin Hoffman speeches? Well, that movie is getting its own television drama! Why? Because coming up with new ideas is HARD, OK?
Get a good look at Steven Soderbergh's disgusting outbreak movie Contagion and be reminded, you're just a hand rail or public restroom visit away from dying a horrible viral death.
Europe is dealing with a widespread outbreak of food poisoning that has claimed the lives of 17 people. Those who are sick may have been infected with a mutant strain of E. Coli that produces a super-glue to make it extra deadly.
New images from the virus film Contagion, which people are calling Crash meets Outbreak, show Jude Law (who plays an angry damn-the-man blogger) handing out leaflets to the ruined masses, warning that the CDC is FULL OF LIES. Methinks Jude needs to be a bit more concerned about his ridiculous suit than the CDC. But…
Sure, disaster movies are just empty calories of mass destruction — but even when you don't take them seriously, there are always some scenes that you just can't excuse. We've collected the most infuriating moments from the biggest disaster movies.
In this week's leisurely, labor-friendly app roundup: Watchmen grows up, and grows large; you avoid getting sick; lots of TV gets watched; and Robocop's got a few things to say to you.
We may think we know how best to eradicate the zombie threat, but movies and books give us, at best, an anecdotal account of how to deal with the undead. A new paper, however, offers mathematical models for human survival.
Dustin Hoffman is so concerned about getting better science in science-fiction movies, he's helping to sponsor a "dating service" to match movie directors with real scientists. But will he play a violin at their table-side?