There's been a lot of talk lately about the independent film titled "Jobs" which depicts the frenetic early years of the Apple co-founder.
Some time ago there was a Justice League movie in the works at Warner Brothers that George Miller (The Road Warrior, Happy Feet) was going to direct.
Giving a different meaning to data storage in the cloud, scientists have succeeded in storing a miniature movie in a room-teperature atomic vapor.
There are two films about the life of Steve Jobs currently in the works.
The Steve Jobs biopic with Ashton Kutcher playing the legendary Apple co-founder will soon kick off production - in the fabled Los Altos garage where the two Steves started it all.
The movie Melancholia is far from the usual disaster film with its urgent teams of people hunched over computers and racing against time to stop impending doom, that can be stopped by one man alone!
Star Wars Day is today so "May the 4 be with you!" Yes, this is a special day set aside for fans of the franchise to celebrate all things geeky and good about the original trilogy and complain about the new films - if so inclined.
You wouldn't think anything would surprise the box office pundits by now, who are paid the big bucks to sit down and figure out what a movie's going to make opening day.
What is one of the oldest geek arguments of modern Star Trek lore? Naming your favorite captain of the Enterprise, of course!
Earlier this month, we reported that Ashton Kutcher had landed the lead role in an independent film about the life and times of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
If you’re a genre fan, you don’t just look forward to the summer for the warmer weather, you also look forward to spending hot days in an air conditioned movie theater, checking out the latest blockbusters.
Back in the 80s when I was a kid, if there was Arnold Schwarzenegger flick, well, you can bet I watched it repeatedly.
The bigography of Steve Jobs, written by Walter Issacson, has sold like hotcakes, prompting Sony to pick up the rights for a feature film.
As we reported earlier this year, Hasbro had a big deal set up at Universal where the studio was going to adapt a number of their games including Battleship, Ouija, and Candyland.
When Halo became the biggest thing since sliced bread in the gaming world, a film depicting the classic franchise would have been a no brainer, right?
Say a movie version with Peter Jackson at the helm?
When I first heard about Battlestar Galactica coming back from the dead, like I do with most remake announcement these days, I rolled my eyes and uttered "Oh, please."
The California Science Center Foundation has settled a legal dispute with a creationist organization over its decision not to screen a documentary promoting intelligent design.
Scientists have been able to 'project' people's consciousness into a computer avatar, in much the same way as happens in the movie.
Logan's Run, the classic dystopian novel by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson, looks like it will actually be made into another feature film. Eventually, we are surely going to run out of classics film to remake.
Indonesian journalists got a bit of a shock yesterday, when they were treated to an X-rated video courtesy of the government.