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Wolverine has been an X-Man since the 1970s, but every iteration of the character in live-action films has been played by Hugh Jackman. Here are some of his best moments.
By Bryan Young Mar 3, 2017
For starters, not everyone loved this movie when it first debuted.
By Kathryn Whitbourne Mar 2, 2017
In the world of Harry Potter, being a wizard in the United States is a lot different than being a wizard in England. Now who’s up for a game of quodpot?
By Bryan Young Dec 27, 2016
The black female mathematicians who worked at NASA during the Space Race were scientific savants who helped make some pretty amazing advances in aeronautics.
By Alia Hoyt Dec 23, 2016
Think "Rogue One" exists in a vacuum? If you pay attention, you'll see that it's full of nods to other parts of the "Star Wars" universe, both live-action and animated.
By Bryan Young Dec 22, 2016
You can walk into "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" with no prior knowledge of "Star Wars," but these movies, TV shows and novels will enhance your experience.
By Bryan Young Dec 19, 2016
Get the scoop on the new "Star Wars" movie, straight from the cast and crew.
By Bryan Young Dec 15, 2016
With the release of "Rogue One" we thought it was time to reacquaint you with a few awesome creatures from "Star Wars."
By Nathan Chandler
You could probably see "Rogue One" with no prior knowledge of "Star Wars" and be fulfilled, but checking out these things beforehand will kick the experience up a notch.
By Bryan Young Dec 9, 2016
It has to do with the celebrity's media popularity, and having a lot of charisma.
By Kate Kershner Dec 8, 2016
The terms 'rabbit' and 'hare' actually comprise more than 50 distinct species with significant physical differences. So what is this wascally cartoon character, weally?
By Laurie L. Dove Nov 30, 2016
He was the first American in space, the first golf-player on the moon — and oh yes, there was a little problem with peeing in his spacesuit.
By Kathryn Whitbourne Nov 18, 2016
As No-Majs, or muggles, we can't see the world's magical creatures. Luckily, they're everywhere in the new film set in the wizarding world of Harry Potter. We meet three.
By Bryan Young Nov 17, 2016
Feeling stressed? Shoot, paint some happy trees and learn more about the late PBS artist who's bigger than ever.
By Kathryn Whitbourne Oct 28, 2016
If you've seen "Alien," you know the monster that is the xenomorph. But what about that thing that attaches itself to human faces and deposits an embryo? What's that?
By Robert Lamb Oct 25, 2016
Trailers often give away more than audiences realize. We're here to show you the five biggest things you might have missed in the final trailer for "Rogue One."
By Bryan Young Oct 13, 2016
What could be better for a scream junkie than being fully immersed in a movie featuring a guy in a hockey mask with a big old knife — who is right behind you?
By John Donovan Oct 10, 2016
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the classic '80s time-travel movie, a free festival takes place this month in the same mall parking lot where a pivotal scene filmed.
By Chris Opfer Oct 4, 2016
Companies that make prop money for movies and videos have to walk a fine line between making cash that looks realistic, but not crossing into counterfeit.
By Dave Roos Aug 25, 2016
Stop-motion animation breaks down the data behind the current glut of Marvel- and DC-inspired films.
By Christopher Hassiotis Aug 5, 2016
The final panel at Star Wars Celebration Europe was the gathering place for the minds shepherding the future of the "Star Wars" franchise.
By Bryan Young Jul 18, 2016
What can moviegoers expect from "Rogue One" in December? Here are seven things we know now.
By Bryan Young Jul 15, 2016
In a male-dominated field with a reputation for aggression and ruthless behavior, is there space for women to compete? Are there even any female paparazzi?
By Chris Opfer Jul 11, 2016
A Lithuanian artist conceptualized a roller coaster fast enough to kill people who wanted a novel way to commit suicide. Now there's a short film about it.
By Dave Roos May 23, 2016
This reading of the archetypes, allegories and subtext in Steven Spielberg's classic film gets at why its 2015 follow-up "Jurassic World" emotionally fell flat.
By Christopher Hassiotis May 12, 2016
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What the Cluck? The Case of the Gender-changing Hen