In honor of Moon, opening today, we went kinda loony (get it?) coming up with our favorite lunar scenes in film and TV. (We restricted the list to our own planet's moon; sorry, Saturn and Endor fans.) Watch them here.
If they really have to do a new Predator movie, we're psyched to learn that the directing job may go to Neil Marshall, whose Doomsday was our favorite over-the-top, post-apocalyptic, head-chopping, eye-popping punk-rock cannibal movie of 2008.
Space is silent and vast, but we can't feel the awe and terror of epic space battles without great music. Here's our list of the ten composers without whom science fiction would feel as empty as the void. (With samples.)
Does the Spider-Man musical make your Spidey-sense tingle with possible lameness? U2's Bono and The Edge felt the same. They explain their change of heart in a video interview, which also shows off what may be the show's logo.
This is the droid you're looking for. Congrats to the eagle-eyed fan who won the Star Trek Easter Egg Sweepstakes by spotting rival franchise robot star R2-D2 in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment in the new Trek movie.
Next Wednesday, Lost's producers judge the latest elimination challenge on Bravo's Top Chef Masters: cook a meal with the limited list of ingredients available on the mystery island.
See, ABC's forthcoming Impact miniseries, in which a meteor shower sends the moon careening toward the earth, isn't all junk science. A new planetarium show demonstrates that such celestial collisions can be common, devastating — and strangely beautiful.
Wheelie gets into a sticky situation with Megan Fox, and humans and robots battle, in new clips from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. It's our first look at how those crazy-cakes robo-action scenes from the trailer will look in context.
Forget Alien vs. Predator - the real battle may be the one brewing between Fox and Ridley Scott's family over who will direct the forthcoming Alien prequel.
Progress continues on a Pentagon-backed fringe science project to develop matter that can assemble itself into 3D forms (such as weapons) and flow like mercury through barriers. We all know where this leads, don't we?