Mathematical! An ‘Adventure Time’ movie is in the works


Oh my glob, Jake the dog and Finn the Human are coming to the big screen. Warner Bros. is developing a full-length Adventure Time movie under the guidance of The Lego Movie producers Chris McKay and Roy Lee, Deadline reported on Friday. No release date has been set as of yet. See also: Artists Reimagine 'Adventure Time' as Other Iconic Characters For the uninitiated, the popular Cartoon Network TV show follows Finn, the last human in the Land of Ooo, and his best friend, a morphing yellow dog named Jake. The pair go on wild adventures to protect the citizens of Ooo, who range from magical creatures to anthropomorphic candy (yes, candy) Read more... More about Entertainment , Tv , Movies , Cartoons , and Nerdy Read more »

Leonard Nimoy’s greatest hits: So much more than Spock


Little did Leonard Nimoy know that after he first said “Live long and prosper” in Star Trek: The Original Series , the phrase was to follow him for the rest of his life. Nimoy, known to generations of Star Trek fans as Mr. Spock, died Friday morning at his home in Bel Air, Los Angeles. He was 83. Aside from his role as the iconic Spock, Nimoy also appeared in many other movies and TV shows, and was a prolific voice actor. Here are some of his most memorable roles. We're all crying over the Spock funeral scene in 'Khan' Prepare for 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 with Forte Tenors' opera tribute 'Mortal Kombat X' trailer shows the descendants of our favorite characters Indiana may install 'baby boxes' for abandoned infants Read more... Read more »

‘Frozen’ Kentucky city puts out a warrant for Queen Elsa’s arrest


Magical princess or criminal mastermind? For the first time in forever, the reputation of Frozen 's beloved Elsa has been brought into question See also: 24 animals that hate snow more than you Harlan City Police Department in Kentucky has put out a very official warrant for her arrest on Facebook as a response to the city's brutal cold front. The ice queen is accused of the heinous crime of being responsible for the city's 10 degree weather Post by Harlan City Police Department . The police followed up the warrant with a serious warning to stay off icy roads and stay inside whenever possible Elsa, meanwhile, is just laughing it off Read more... More about Arrest , Film , Watercooler , Conversations , and Disney Princesses Read more »

Thousands of people admit to being the ‘Designated Ugly Fat Friend’


LOS ANGELES — It can't be easy to look in the mirror and admit to yourself that you're the DUFF of your group of friends — the "designated ugly fat friend." Or maybe it can. Over the past few months, thousands of people took selfies in The Duff mirror posters at AMC movie theaters across the country for possible inclusion on the film's fan poster — a huge composite of self-described DUFFs. SEE ALSO: Watch Eric Schmidt's deleted cameo from 'Dumb and Dumber To' Image: CBS Films (Sorry, Robert DeNiro; we realize your Last Vegas poster was only incidentally captured in the reflection here, but you are definitely the DUFF in this case.) Read more... More about Movies , Entertainment , Film , and The Duff Read more »

Netflix pulls ‘House of Cards’ Season 3 after posting it 2 weeks early


Did Netflix just pull a Beyoncé? Surprising just about everybody, the streaming service released the third season of House of Cards more than two weeks early on Wednesday — and then promptly pulled it down in a matter of minutes. See also: Watch the intense new trailer for 'House of Cards' Season 3 "Whoops, something went wrong..." read the Netflix error message on screens of Mashable staff who viewed portions of the episodes. "The video you are trying to play is not available." Image: Netflix "Due to a technical glitch some Frank Underwood fans got a sneak peek," a Netflix spokeswoman told Mashable . "He'll be back on Netflix on Feb. 27." Read more... More about Netflix , House Of Cards , Media , Entertainment , and Film Read more »

Who Needs Sundance When You’ve Got Crowdfunding?

 Film festivals used to be do-or-die moments for movie makers. They were where you met the producers that could fund your project, and if the buyers liked your flick, they’d pay to have it distributed to the only place it could be seen — the grande ole cinema. But if they didn’t dig the idea or rough cut, your film never got made or was dead on arrival. Fast-forward and… Read More Read more »

Google’s epic space documentary hits YouTube


The future of Neil deGrasse Tyson's television science series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey may be up in the air, but in the meantime, Google is providing its own special effects-laden documentary to tide you over Titled ‪ Back To The Moon For Good – The New Space Race , the mini-documentary is meant to give additional background on the company's Lunar XPrize contest , which is designed to inspire competing teams to land a spacecraft on the moon. See also: Google Lunar XPrize ramps up private moon race with $5 million in awards Narrated by film and television star Tim Allen, the 24-minute film was adapted for YouTube from the immersive planetarium show that toured the U.S. last year. The film takes viewers through the entire history of lunar exploration, using 3D imagery, colorful infographics and well-designed animations that put you right in the middle of the action Read more... More about Google , Video , Space , Film , and Youtube Read more »

Oculus’ First In-House VR Film “Lost” Is Cute, Immersive, But Hardly Interactive

 Oculus just premiered its Story Studio’s first virtual reality cinema experience “Lost” that’s designed to demonstrate the narrative potential of VR to filmmakers. The experience features a massive robotic hand traipsing around a darkened forest in search of its body. It proves that a simple, character driven story can be told in an immersive environment. Yet while… Read More Read more »

TIL Sean Connery rocked a red tankini in 1974 film ‘Zardoz’


Image: 20th Century Fox/ Getty Images Um, it was the '70s, and I was doing a lot of drugs. Frankly, even I'm not entirely sure what parts of the movie are about. John Boorman, writer and director of 'Zardoz' Image: Hulton Archive/Getty Images Set in the year 2293 on a post-apocalyptic Earth, Zardoz is a 1974 science fiction film written, produced and directed by John Boorman.  In the movie, the Brutals are controlled by the Exterminators, who are in turn controlled by a huge stone head called Zardoz. Actor Sean Connery, in his second film after leaving the James Bond franchise, plays Zed, an Exterminator.  Read more... More about Entertainment , Celebrities , Film , Features , and Future Read more »

The Force is strong with these ‘Star Wars’ half-marathon runners


Runners and Star Wars fans united for a common cause this weekend, as Disneyland hosted its first Star Wars -themed half marathon on Sunday morning. The event was part of Disney 's Rebel Challenge weekend, which also held 5K and 10K races on Friday and Saturday, respectively. Runners could opt to join each race individually, or participate in the Rebel Challenge — the half marathon and 10K combined — for a total of 19.3 miles. See also: The Original 'Star Wars' Trilogy in 3 Minutes Sunday's 13.1-mile half-marathon course took participants through Disney California Adventure park, past Disneyland and then on to roads in Anaheim, California. There were plenty of Star Wars characters along the route to cheer runners on, and of course, many participants chose to dress up themselves. Read more... Read more »