It's a wrap on Pandora. No, we're not talking about James Cameron's sequel to his mega-opus, Avatar, but the other Pandora. You know, the one from Gearbox's mega-popular video game series, Borderlands.
DC and Warner Bros. just dropped a new trailer for James Gunn's The Suicide Squad, and between all those Rick Flag wisecracks and King Shark "bruh" moments, fans might've caught a few brief glimpses of Harley Quinn sporting a new fire-red getup that Gunn says came straight from a fan-favorite DC video game franchise.
When something went wrong in Star Wars, it usually had to do with the Dark Side of the Force, but an unexplained phenomenon in our galaxy is probably connected to dark matter.
Pride Month 2021 is here! In celebration, SYFY and Tongal, a global community of content creators, invited animators and filmmakers of the LGBTQ+ community to create video shorts expressing their unique perspectives through the lens of science fiction and fantasy.
No spin here: In a small (but clean) nudge to push the idea of "life in space" a little closer to humanity's goal of actually living there, NASA is teaming with Tide to create a special laundry detergent that can handle the uniquely dirty business of keeping things fresh in long-term orbit. And starting next year, astronauts will put it to the test aboard the International Space Station.
We didn't plan to get all misty-eyed on a Tuesday, but here we are, crying over the latest trailer for The Boss Baby: Family Business. It's surprisingly heartfelt and emphasizes a core message of "family is forever." DreamWorks really playing with our emotions so soon after the weekend!
Before he set out to shoot Werewolves Within, the follow-up to his acclaimed horror-comedy Scare Me, Josh Ruben met with Ubisoft to play the virtual reality video game that serves as the basis for the film. It was, as he recalled it, a "nerve-rattling" experience, getting the hang of the VR format while the very people who created it were right next to him, but he wanted to experience it before setting off to bring something similar to the big screen. Then, he asked the all-important question.
Echidnas already sound extraterrestrial. These spiny creatures are beaked and toothless, have long tongues that stick to the insects they eat, and though they are mammals, the females lay eggs. That that still has nothing on what the males can pull off.
Hello! After a couple of pretty intense weeks, we are back with some major theme park updates. Like an autumnal basket filled with festive gourds - let us dream of November, as Floridian summer is upon us - we've got a cornucopia of news for you from coast to coast. From Jungle Cruise changes to clowns abounding, here's this week's bounty of theme park news: