I've always been a fan of classic films, film making in general has always been magical to me. And nowhere does it's history lie more deeply engrained than Hollywood. I remember watching the That's Entertainment series as a child and being completely entranced by the snapshot into the archives and insights into what happened behind the camera.
Brothers in arms. The phrase speaks of unity yet the setting is unarguably one of war. The same could apply to the saying
YouTube has blocked Greenpeace's Lego 'Everything is NOT awesome' video after it received a copyright claim from Warner Brothers
I recently attended a lunch where a former couple (of two men) introduced their third partner (also a man) as part of their 'thrupple'. It was not a term I had heard before but an arrangement that I certainly had. Someone suggested it was strange - a pejorative word - and I corrected them saying that it was unusual in this day but was not odd or strange.
Researchers and amateur practitioners alike are fusing man and machine to speed up communication and boost intelligence. Body modification programmes that embrace the study of and desire for the transitioning of humanity through technology are emerging around the world.
Here's why Harry Potter needs to pull a Lord of the Rings and sweep the Oscars in 2012.
EMI's iconic recorded music business is set to be taken over by rival Universal after a £1.2 billion deal was agreed. The
Matt Damon and Gwyneth Paltrow’s new thriller, Contagion, is a very tense affair, judging by the trailer just released. The
From Warner Brothers to 20th Century Fox, Hollywood's most iconic studios are little more than crumbling monuments to a forgotten era. The last 40 years have seen these sleeping lions look upon change as an inevitable, unpleasant imposition to their inertia. Now another change is coming.