If you've only seen the Jane Fonda movie, then you don't know Barbarella — but thanks to an all-new, deluxe edition, including a new English adaptation from Kelly Sue DeConnick, you will. Plus The Crow, The Tick, a new G.I. Joe, and more, and in this week's comics!
It's official: Barbarella is coming back as a TV series on Amazon.com. But can a TV show really recapture the miracle that is this 1960s pop-art space opera? Here are all the things the new TV version must include — including all the lingering questions from the original that must be answered!
Heady director of Drive, Nicolas Winding Refn has found a home for his rebooted Barbarella TV series. But will it still have the Excessive Machine?
Nicolas Winding Refn's (Drive) TV adaptation of Barbarella just nabbed an unexpected pair of writers. Neal Purvis and Robert Wade (Skyfall, Casino Royale) have been hired to bring this TV show to life. Please please let one episode just be titled "The Excessive Machine."
Science fiction has long encompassed every aspect of human experience — including sex. For as long as we've dreamed of going to space, we've dreamed of getting it on there. And porn has embraced science fiction as well — from 1968's softcore masterpiece Barbarella to the 1990s cyberpunk boom to the recent craze for…
For every movie that makes it to your local cineplex, there are dozens that never come into existence. In another universe, Mel Gibson directed Fahrenheit 451, Terry Gilliam directed Watchmen, and Batman fought Godzilla. The history of movies is crammed full of weird almost-weres and could-have-beens. A lot of people…
Indie darling Nicolas Winding Refn's next project has us A.) scratching our heads; and B.) very, very excited. Refn will be directing and executive-producing the TV series Barbarella. Oh, Pygar!
More proof that British pop culture is brilliantly nerdy. British TV star Katherine Kelly, who's just ending her stint on Coronation St., did a photoshoot for Britain's Radio Times in which she played Barbarella, as a bartender.
District 9 director Neil Blomkamp's next film could feature a huge star. The Spider-Man reboot casts a super-villain's child, while we learn who won't be in Captain America and The Avengers. Which actress will be the new Barbarella? Spoilers!
Dino De Laurentiis, producer of Barbarella, Army of Darkness, Dune and many other classics, passed away in Los Angeles Thursday morning. He was 91.
You haven't crossed the final frontier until you've had sex in space. It's the ultimate dream: weightless lovemaking. Here are 11 awesome zero-gravity sex scenes...plus one real-life zero G sexytime moment caught on video.
Burlesque has always had a love affair geek culture. There's something about sexy individuals dressing (and undressing) as science fiction icons that gets the pulse racing. But this month may've been the greatest scifi burlesque month ever. NSFW pics below!
Why did it take so long to get a whole website devoted to unitards? Unitard Universe is the answer to at least one person's fetish, including some of the most embarrassing (and in one case, borderline obscene) unitards in history.
If you think sex in the 21st century sucks, just be glad you don't live in one of these scifi dystopias. When Big Brother is a peeping Tom and three-penised mutants are eligible bachelors, getting off is a turn-off.
The on-again, off-again revamp of sexy space opera Barbarella is apparently heading back into the world of the living, with the news that a writer has been hired to get a script ready to shop around studios. But... why?
With Legally Blonde's Robert Luketic now attached to direct the Barbarella remake, it feels like Hollywood is selling our beloved astronautrix short. Here are five directors who'd I'd much rather see re-imagine and revisit the planet SoGo.
Now that Robert Rodriguez has stepped down from helming Barbarella, campy rom-com director Robert Luketic is taking his place. Can Luketic's Legally Blonde chops bring our favorite space minx back? And will he bring new favorite Katherine Heigl with him?