Okay, fine. Technically, it's a scene from Tuesday's episode of Perception, where Robert Picardo played a "murder suspect who has written a book about his alien abduction experiences" at a con. But we like to imagine a crossover instead.
This morning we showed you a breathtaking photo of the Space Shuttle Endeavour docked with the ISS for the very last time. Now here's a beautiful picture of the Space Shuttle Atlantis being rolled out for her last launch.
The Space Shuttle Endeavour has landed safely back on Earth for the final time, but NASA just released this swoon-worthy photo of the shuttle docked with the International Space Station a few days earlier.
Hobbiton is an idyllic scene... except for the untimely arrival of the wizard Gandalf, in this gorgeous art print called "Disturber of the Peace," by Weta Workshop concept artist Ben Wootten, who worked on the Lord of the Rings films.
The studio that brought you Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run is adapting the popular Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists into a movie due March 30, 2012. And here's your first look!
Dan Dos Santos just won a silver medal from this year's Spectrum medals for his cover art for Diana Rowland's My Life as a White Trash Zombie. Over at Muddy Colors, he discusses the evolution of this striking cover.
All 13 dwarves (and 1 hobbit) lined up for a press conference for Peter Jackson's adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. So here they are for the first time, and on video, together: the stars of The Hobbit.
The cat-faced aliens from the planet Thundera have gotten a makeover. The first image of the new Thundercats anime series has been leaked out of the London Toy Fair. Would you watch this? UPDATED Now with a new image!
The first image for Matthew Vaughn's 1960s X-Men flashback is out. Check out Charles Xavier, back when he had hair and could walk, and January Jones in her infamously skimpy Emma Frost outfit.
Sure, there are cell phones and iPads and Wiis, but were these the things you dreamed of when you were a child? No. This is. It's a genuine crayon recycler.
Here's the first official picture of Daft Punk on the grid in Tron Legacy. Also, take a listen to their latest Tron track "The Game Has Changed," on the TRON Facebook page.
We've got an exclusive image from what people are calling the "The Latin District 9," or Gareth Edwards' Monsters. Is this street art a representation of the possible octopus aliens that have been quarantined in Mexico? Plus a new clip.
A collection of knives, needles and scissors make up the snakelike machines from our future. Check out the first concept art of the mechanical beasties that did what Skynet never could: wiped out the human race.