Anyone who has ever been to a Pink Floyd laser light show knows that there's a mind-blowing correlation between rock bands and science fiction. And why not? Both musicians and sci-fi filmmakers are trying to push the boundaries of entertainment. (It's weird how only the rock musicians get the groupies, though.)
Did you ever hear a famous actor on a talk show say something along the lines of, "I'm really excited about my new movie, people are going to LOVE it!" ... and just know you're being lied to?
You don't need to own a recycling plant to change the world. Heck, you don't even have to be from this world! To celebrate NBC's Green Week, we're recycling 11 classic sci-fi examples of recycling (and reusing), and who knows? Some of them (but not all) could help save planet Earth!
What if Sam Peckinpah got to make a superhero movie? What might David Lynch's Return of the Jedi have looked like? Hollywood is a mysterious land filled with tantalizing combinations of talent and subject that could've produced either classic pieces of genre entertainment—or disasters of gargantuan proportions.
Dune's Fremen stayed alive on their desert planet thanks to body-hugging stillsuits, which collected and purified moisture to create drinking water. Now a visionary designer has plans to create a similar garment for right here on Earth.
Remember Alejandra Jodorowsky, the crazy guy who tried to bring Dune to the big screen way before David Lynch even thought of it? Jodorowsky could have created the most awesome Dune adaptation ever, but something got in his way—and it's time to find out what.
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After four years of development, the plug has been pulled on the latest attempt to bring Frank Herbert's classic novel Dune to the screen.
You're supposedly one of Hollywood's hottest screenwriters, and you get a chance to reboot Dune. But what happens when that fails to take off? You get a shot at writing a RoboCop remake instead.
Goodnight Moon that best-selling 1947 children's book written by Margaret Wise Brown, is a simple tale of a bunny saying goodnight to all the objects in his room. Now writer and illustrator Julia Yu has put a sci-fi spin on the classic with her parody, Goodnight Dune.