The Most Worrying Rumor Yet About Star Trek 3's Director Change!

A casting call sheds a surprising light on Batman v. Superman's take on Bruce Wayne. Andy Serkis debunks a bunch of rumors about his Star Wars role. Evangeline Lilly says some intriguing things about Ant-Man, and there's a look at Jessica Chastain in Crimson Peak. Plus the first look at Neil Patrick Harris in American… » 12/19/14 6:00am Friday 6:00am

Sony's Letting Robert Rodrgiuez Finally Make Fire and Ice

Sony's just completed a deal that brings Robert Rodriguez's dream project — a live action version of Frank Frazetta's Fire and Ice — to the big screen. This is passion project for Rodriguez, who has been trying to make this homage to his friend for years. And it looks like it will finally happen. » 12/19/14 4:30am Friday 4:30am

Two Different Satellites Take Two Different Pictures of the Same Galaxy

What a difference a wavelength makes: On the left is the M82 Galaxy as seen in the visible light spectrum, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope — and the image we most associate with that galaxy. On the right is an x-ray image of the same galaxy, taken by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. » 12/19/14 12:00am Friday 12:00am

Steven Moffat Says 2 Major Characters Could Still Return To Doctor Who

Joss Whedon hints at some hinky stuff in store for Hawkeye and the Hulk in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Peter Jackson feels like he could always return to Middle Earth, if given the chance. And Jeremy Irons explains why he took the role of Alfred in Batman v. Superman. Spoilers now! » 12/18/14 6:00am Thursday 6:00am

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How the Ancient Romans Made Better Concrete Than We Do Now

If you've ever wondered why the ancient structures of Rome have endured for millennia, when our own modern concrete is susceptible to cracks and crumbles, well, now you have your answer. Researchers recreated the Roman recipe and discovered that the formation of a certain kind of crystal in the concrete is the reason… » 12/18/14 1:30am Thursday 1:30am

The M. Night Shyamalan Version of Christmas Has the Best Twist Ever

Fourgrounds Film has imagined Christmas Day through the lens of a bunch of directors, including Alfred Hitchcock, Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, Alfred Hitchcock, and Michael Bay. But, for our money, their M. Night Shyamalan twist is the best of the bunch. (Twin Peaks Christmas ran a close second.) » 12/17/14 9:00pm Wednesday 9:00pm

How Big A Part Will Wolverine Play in X-Men: Apocalypse?

Mark Hamill talks about coming back to Star Wars, Christoph Waltz denies being the head of SPECTRE, and Cobie Smulders explains what Maria Hill's up to in Avengers: Age of Ultron. The Flash casts Cisco's brother and adds another villain to its list. Plus a ton of details about Batman v. Superman's attempt to address … » 12/17/14 6:00am Wednesday 6:00am

In The Hobbit's Honest Trailer, Even Its Own Characters Are Bored By It

With the last of the three Hobbit movies coming out today, Honest Trailers turned its keen eye on the one that came out this time last year, The Desolation of Smaug. It had not occurred to us just how much of the second movie was made up of flashbacks to the first one. But now, Thorin's statement that "This is taking… » 12/17/14 4:30am Wednesday 4:30am

Could We Be Getting Two Ghostbusters Movies In The Near Future?

We may know who's directing the Aquaman movie. Amy Adams describes Lois Lane's role in Batman v. Superman. Tom Hanks may star in the movie of Dave Eggers' The Circle. The King Kong movie Kong: Skull Island adds one of our favorite actors to its cast. Plus Pirates of the Caribbean 5, Once Upon a Time and Star Wars:… » 12/16/14 6:00am Tuesday 6:00am

A New British Show Will Feature a Space Ark Piloted by an Android Bear

Britain's Channel 4 has ordered a pilot for a half-hour science fiction comedy that follows 200 hundred humans on a mission to find a new home after the destruction of Earth. So far, that's a pretty standard sci fi set up. And then there's the ship's pilot, which is described as an android bear. Suddenly, this became… » 12/16/14 3:00am Tuesday 3:00am