We knew something was afoot in Zurich when our lazy walk through the streets of the old city turned into a full-fledged history lesson.
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The writers behind the latest Star Trek adaptation are sci-fi kings, Geoff Boucher, of the Los Angeles Times, reports.
It makes absolute sense that the folks at the Apple store would freak out at the sight of the cast of The Big Bang Theory.
Growing up in a Boston suburb, Chris Evans didn't spend his time reading comic books or consuming science fiction novels and films, so who would have guessed he'd build such a formidable resume in a genre that failed to capture his imagination as a child?
Fans all over the world love Dragon Ball, but it's a thin line between love and hate, reports Michelle Castillo, of the Los Angeles Times.
The Beatles' entire catalogue of studio recordings will be reissued in September, fully remastered after years of clamouring from fans for upgraded versions of the group's recorded legacy, the Fab Four's label announced.
Wars throughout the ages have inspired great literature and film. The one in Iraq even has generated rap songs.
Vin Diesel, jaw clenched and brow knitted, was pacing the commissary patio of NBC's Burbank studios in a state of coiled discontent.
In a battle near the end of box-office smash Iron Man, the villain is stomping on the hero when an Audi R8 smashes into the bad guy, knocking him off balance and allowing Iron Man to escape.
Two young inventors, with the help of hands-on testing at a retirement community, have created a device that they say might change the way older Americans get news and entertainment.
Reese Witherspoon's kids are at that age - the one where they discover a movie they like and proceed to watch it "over and over and over again".
The world-famous boy reporter and his faithful canine sidekick are headed for the big screen. Henry Chu, of the Los Angeles Times, reports.
How do Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson, the two titans of pop culture, collaborate on the new 3-D motion-capture version of Tintin?
A hotel in Jamaica has started offering guests the chance to cut a record in its in-house studio. Bob Marley fan Sarfraz Manzoor lives out his rock-star fantasies by recording his own distinctive version of Redemption Song.
Director Adrian Wills will tell you that he basically embezzled All Together Now, the film that shows at the Documentary Film Festival in Dunedin on April 4 at 3.45pm. The documentary, which follows the drama-soaked creation of Love, a dazzling Cirque du Soleil show based on Beatles music, winds up looking, he says, "like we had all the access in the world."