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Harrison Ford is apparently open to coming back as Han Solo in a new series of Star Wars movies—but there's one thing he wants if he agrees to do it.
Ever wonder where in the sky the planet Krypton might be located? Well, wonder no more, because a famous American astrophysicist has pinpointed exactly where Superman's birthplace lies.
There's always something exciting about seeing the words "sci-fi" and "Ridley Scott" in the same sentence.
Looking for a last-minute solution to your Halloween costume indecision? This moving Rorschach mask may be a quick and inexpensive way to go.
So you think that the team that brought us the Dark Knight trilogy is going its separate ways now that the saga has ended? Think again.
Now that Warner Bros. Pictures is legally able to keep using the character of Superman, plans for the long-awaited Justice League movie are about to move faster than a speeding bullet.
The CIA's creation of a fake movie studio as part of a covert rescue operation was so believable that even Steven Spielberg thought it was a real company.
Although The Matrix was a game-changing instant sci-fi classic when it came out in 1999, its two sequels—2003's The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions—failed to inspire fans in the same way. And one of the directors thinks she knows why.
Just in time for Halloween season, some rare, never-before-seen special effects test footage from The Exorcist has shown up online.
According to Ridley Scott, the much-talked-about sequel to Blade Runner is definitely happening—and he's hinting that it will answer the one question fans of the first film have been debating for 30 years.