LEGO is no stranger to the sci-fi genre. It's inspired block sets, video games, puzzles, and now movie posters.
Stan Lee has figured out exactly how Star Wars and Inception should have ended.
Sometimes it's better if the romance just sneaks up on you.
If there was ever a genre to attract big ideas and twisty plots, it's science fiction. But what are some of the most confusing films of the bunch?
Sleep's important, as NBC Universal's Healthy Week is here to remind us—but some think it's really our dreams that keep us sane. And we've all been wondering what dreams mean for as long as we've been sleeping.
What if there was a world in which Howard Hawks, not James Cameron, made Avatar? Or Superman starred John Wayne? Or Leonard Nimoy got to play NYPD's John McClane? No, this isn't Fringe's alternate timeline, but it could be.
We love the designs of Modern Stylographer, also known as graphic artist Christian Petersen, who previously reimagined Doctor Who episodes as minimalist posters. Now he's back, this time with his own take on movies.
Vintage video games are always fun, and sometimes they're more fun when the graphics are astonishingly bad. In that spirit, Penney Design has taken the concepts behind several modern sci-fi blockbusters and reimagined them as Cartridge Video System (CVS) adaptations from the '70s and '80s.
Image of the Day: Inception gets even more mind-blowing
Ever wonder what would happen if you mashed up the saga of Batman with the mind-bending dream narrative of Inception?