Sometimes when you need a Terminator, a crazy puppet backpack will do. Sometimes, you've just gotta go a little further. And when it came to Terminator 3, the effects team took the second option and basically built actually Terminators. Almost.
TNT is going into production on The Last Ship, a TV show based on William Brinkley's 1989 novel about a U.S. Navy vessel that survives a global catastrophe. (In the book, it's a nuclear war. But in the TV show, it's something more complicated. Scroll all the way to the bottom to find out what.)
When you look through Miles Teves' online concept art portfolio, it's hard not to feel sad about how cool Terminator 3 and Terminator Salvation, plus a Dune movie, could have looked. And his design for Spider-Man's Goblin is clearly superior.
You'd be forgiven for thinking that we weren't in the middle of sweeps right now, looking at this week's TV line-up. Where's the razzle and/or the dazzle? Who's bringing the excitement? Oh, wait: House is treating a pornstar. Never mind.
Bruce Willis looks like shit in his new movie Surrogates, and that's the point. His robot self is cheesy, fake-looking and ridiculous, and the flesh-and-blood body slumped in a neural-net chair is saggy and fragile. Spoilers for Surrogates ahead.
The one piece of praise I've heard from countless Terminator Salvation audience members is, "At least it wasn't as bad as Terminator 3." But was McG's film really better? To find out, we're breaking it down and comparing the two "worst" Terminators to see who wins the crown of crap.
You know what it's like - You've been decorating the place, painted all the walls, bought all your furniture from Ikea, the whole thing... but something is still missing. Every room needs a conversation piece, after all, something to draw the eye's attention and get people talking in stunned, awed, amazement. But in…
Milla Jovovich's weird strappy leotard and crazy talk beguile Bruce Willis into helping her jet away from the cops in his flying taxi. He swerves through CGI tunnels at a breakneck pace. It's another one of the greatest car chases in science fiction, according to us as well as you, the readers. Click through for more…
In a victory for agents ability to play to their clients' egos, Bruce Willis has signed on to a futuristic drama where humans interact with each other only through better looking robotic versions of themselves. In a surprising move, Willis will be playing one of the less attractive humans.