Behind the Scenes
Behind the Scenes pulls back the curtain and lets you see how movies are made, from the initial script, the casting and how the jaw-dropping special effects come to life.
Who Said That? The Voice Actors Quiz
Why Bugs Bunny Is Spectacular
Is Bugs Bunny a Rabbit or a Hare?
Marvel's 'Wakanda Forever' Pays Homage to Mesoamerican Cultures
Kicking the Bucket: The Fictional Deaths Quiz
What's the Best Order to Binge-watch Every 'Star Wars' Movie?
What the Bechdel Test Says About Women in Film
Only 17 Talented People Have Achieved EGOT Status
5 Times People Rejected Their Grammy and Oscar Nominations
10 Ways Our Moviegoing Experience Will Change
Why do movie tickets cost so much?
Why do some IMAX screens seem smaller than others?
You've Been Pronouncing These Celebrity Names All Wrong
How Short Is the World's Smallest Person?
Quiz: Guess Which Celebrities Are Related!
If You Hear a Scream in a Movie, It's Probably the Wilhelm Scream
VR Horror Movies: A New Way to Be Scared Out of Your Mind
Why aren't 3-D glasses red and blue anymore?
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Yes you read right. We've broken down why sci-fi doesn't work in most movies. Although some fictional technology has come to pass, most onscreen science is still pure fiction. If you've ever been curious about laser beams or interstellar travel, read
Thirty-four years after disaster film director Irwin Allen inverted a cruise ship in the name of entertainment, Wolfgang Petersen -- who knows a bit about boat-themed cinema -- has upended another Poseidon and drowned thousands with $160 million worth of watery effects.
By Gerri Miller
In its 26-year history, "The Hitchhiker's Guide" has rubbed shoulders with Darth Vader, the Ghostbusters, Pink Floyd and Radiohead and even put its stamp on an asteroid. Find out what else you should know.
Now that all those gigantic blockbuster movies are out of the way, let's relax and enjoy some late-summer films. Check out our movie guide.
Love it or hate it, most of the classic black-and-white movies have been "colorized," mainly so that they can be shown on television in color. How does the colorization process work?