Are you creeped out by the raunchy marketing for the mind-slave-peddling show Dollhouse? Then creator Joss Whedon is very, very happy. Whedon explained his show's take on the skin trade, in a call with reporters.
It's probably not the kind of advance publicity they were hoping for, but turns out people are talking about this summer's G.I. Joe movie... because they want to know whether Sienna Miller's breasts are real.
Paging Garrison Dean: the Photoshop Disasters blog has singled out the Battlestar Galactica season 4.0 cover as a Photoshop mishap of the highest order. (Just ignore the snotty text about "Princess Leia" and "Cyclons.") Apart from the weird placement, Lee Adama's gaze definitely reinforces the recent trend of pushing…
Recently, we asked whether designer babies were OK. I’d like to reopen that discussion, because it’s such a complex question, with no easy answers. So let me start by saying: No, obviously they are not.
Joe Cortese tries to explain the Earth concept of "pajamas" to Maryam D'Abo, an alien who wants to sleep naked, in this scene from Something Is Out There. (It's just barely work-safe. Probably.)
Click to viewThe starlets of tomorrow will emote in the depths of space and at the bottom of the ocean. That's because gynoids will replace all our favorite actresses! This gallery is sleazy, but probably work-safe.
Want a good (but bitter) laugh? Read "Manufacturing In 2020," a new report by management consulting firm Capgemini. Apparently, trends from two years ago will continue unabated into the Roaring Twenties.
Apparently, Starbuck's gotten taller, or we've gotten a lot more breast-obsessed, going by this new Battlestar Galactica poster. And meanwhile, it turns out Felix Gaeta's sexual orientation isn't quite what you've heard. Spoilers ahead.