Syfy's new series Dream Machines (which premieres Tuesday at 10/9C) is all about dreaming big to get the futuristic super vehicle you've always wanted. Well today, we're dreaming extra big—interstellar starship big.
Toss that red flag for a "No Fair" foul! Rumors swirling around the Mouse House tell us the French are getting their very own Star Wars world in the next five years. Really? Before us?! Makes you almost want to boycott cheese.
Syfy's new series Dream Machines premieres tonight at 10/9C, and since it's about creating the epic sci-fi car of our dreams, we decided to take a look at some of the coolest flying cars in film and TV history.
The Dark Side has claimed another: Obiwan Kenobi was charged with felony hit-and-run last weekend in Roseville, California, after fleeing the scene of a five-car pileup caused by his reckless driving. No word on whether Jar Jar was riding shotgun.
It was 35 years ago this week that Star Wars hit silver screens around the world and changed movies forever. Three and a half decades, six flicks of varying quality, two TV series and countless books, comics, toys, fan films and cosplayers later, it's still one of the most influential cultural touchstones ever, and Hollywood's biggest geeks still turn to it for inspiration.
Considering its quirky NBC sitcom roots, Community just oozes sci-fi cred. In three seasons, the show has tackled everything from multiple realities and Batman cosplay, to a Doctor Who spoof that has become a meme in its own right. Plus, it featured one of the greatest rambles ever about the awesomeness of Farscape.
They are just two of a gaggle of sci-fi and fantasy characters that got edited into this supercut, which takes snippets of dialogue from a ton of movies and assembles them—Avengers-style—into a montage-cover of Journey's most enduring song.
Now here's something to decorate a geek coffee table with. A massive, 370-page sci-fi saga is about to be published, and it's inspired by the fantasy worlds of George Lucas and Tolkien. Swirling black holes and horned sorcerers? Yes, please.