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The Weirdest And Silliest Virtual Reality Sex Scenes Of All Time [NSFW]

The moment we get immersive virtual reality, you know what people are going to use it for: the same thing we've used every other new technology for. And as long as movies have depicted virtual environments, there have been ridiculous VR sex scenes. Here are the most bizarre and hilarious VR hookups of all time. » 5/30/14 1:00pm 5/30/14 1:00pm

Tomorrow People Are Superior In One Respect: They Are Better At Dying

Sorry, but the Dalek quote seems way too apt in this situation not to use. We've been hearing for months about how superior the Tomorrow People are, while also witnessing their atrophied reasoning skills. At this point, not only are they mostly unfit to live, they're also terrible, horrible people. Spoilers ahead... » 4/29/14 4:30pm 4/29/14 4:30pm

Shatner Unleashes His Live-Tweeting Powers on the CW's Scifi Lineup

If you watch Supernatural, The 100, Star Crossed or The Others this week, William Shatner will be watching them with you. Since last month, The Shatastic One has been providing live commentary of CW shows on Twitter. What began as a fun pastime, he says, is now a dedicated effort to boost ratings of genre TV programs. » 4/28/14 3:43pm 4/28/14 3:43pm

That One Time William Shatner Tried to Take a Dolphin into Space

We all know about the time Captain Kirk took whales to the future — but years earlier, William Shatner wanted to bring dolphins on a rocket. In this special episode of Six Million Dollar Man, Shatner plays an astronaut whose brain gets supercharged by an energy field in space, letting him communicate with dolphins. » 11/08/13 5:00pm 11/08/13 5:00pm

William Shatner reads his version of Where the Wild Things Are to kids

Few people know of William Shatner's personal campaign to get kids interested in reading. The actor read the classic children's book Where the Wild Things Are to a group of kids at the recent Denver Comic Con; if he embellished the tale a bit, what of it? A book is merely a doorway to imagination, while Shatner's… » 6/04/13 8:20am 6/04/13 8:20am

Familiar Star Wars fans tell J.J. Abrams what should be in Episode VII

J.J. Abrams stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to promote Star Trek Into Darkness, at least until he was asked about the Star Wars sequel. When he admitted he and his team were having some writer's block, a group of fans helpfully offered their opinions on what we should see in Episode VII. I tell you, I think… » 5/16/13 12:40pm 5/16/13 12:40pm

Kirk travels back in time to save the Oscars—and just won't leave

William Shatner invaded Seth MacFarlane's opening Oscars sketch to add a science fiction plot line to the Academy Awards. Captain James T. Kirk (suspiciously wearing his admiral's uniform and sounding less like Shatner doing Kirk than Shatner doing grumpy Shatner) traveled back in time to prevent MacFarlane from… » 2/24/13 6:04pm 2/24/13 6:04pm

Escape from Planet Earth's mediocrity is absolute and unrelenting

Escape from Planet Earth's primary quality is that it's 90 minutes long. Its second quality is that it does not at any point play Smash Mouth's "All-Star." Oh, it wants to. Desperately. It practically screams it from every frame of it's remarkably good enough CG. But it knows that to use it would date the movie… » 2/15/13 2:20pm 2/15/13 2:20pm