Mark Ruffalo teases what’s in store for the Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok. Stephen Amell discusses the future of Oliver’s relationship with Felicity in Arrow. There’s eager hope for more Zootopia—either on TV or the big screen. Plus, creepy new images of Clown’s titular monster, and more Transformers set footage. Behold,…
Remember this video? "Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise"? It was created by marketing company ThinkModo to promote the Carrie remake, and depicts an insane prank where a woman seems to have mind-over-matter powers. And now, they're making a sitcom along the same lines.
Change is coming to The Legend of Korra when Book 3 premieres this week. A new TV movie gives a teenage girl a boy-controlling smartphone app. Teen Wolf heads to Mexico in its fourth season premiere, and Fionna and Cake return to Adventure Time! See the latest details and clips from this week's TV!
There have been some pretty silly TV movies on the Disney channel in the past. But they may be setting a ridonkulous new benchmark with Zapped, in which a teenage girl discovers that mind-control can be fun!
The 1980s wasn't just the golden age of Star Trek movies — it was also the heydey of teen comedies, from Porkys to Molly Ringwald. And what could be better than teenage hijinks with scientific craziness or bizarre supernatural powers?
If you had to watch a remake of a 1980s science fiction comedy film, which one would you want to see remade? We're grappling with that question over at io9's Facebook page! Just remember: Be excellent to each other.
This weekend's Hot Tub Time Machine is not the raunchiest scifi comedy of all time. Let's take a moment to pay respect to the trail-blazing filth that came before. Here are some films you wouldn't watch with your grandparents.
Nerdy teen Wesley gets injected with an alien formula. Now he has a tentacle on his forehead that drives Earthwomen wild with lust. Too bad he strays into the girls' locker room, where the entire cheerleading squad jumps him. NSFW!
The 1980s gave us an entire slate of movies that seemed to exist just to have as much teenage T&A as possible. Porky's made gratuitous shower scenes a must-have, and producers began working in topless scenes left and right. But nobody thought of joining the teensploitation and science fiction genres until Zapped! came…