Time travel and temporal anomalies can be messy and unpleasant. When time starts getting out of whack, anything can happen. People can be born over and over, meet themselves, relive the same day, or just screw up all their relationships. Here are all the ways people get tangled in their own timelines in science…
When our favorite TV and movie heroes find themselves in a technological jam, they'll often pull up some source code to spot an incredible, unlikely solution. But what exactly does the code they're looking at mean? Turns out, not so much.
It's one of those ideas that sounds crazy, but you never know. Producer Mark Gordon is bringing Source Code, the Duncan Jones-directed film that he produced, to CBS as a weekly TV series. That's right: Every week we'll jump into a new person's memories. Or something.
Need some clarification on the ending of The Source Code? Director Duncan Jones recently took to Twitter with one of his hand-penned production diagrams. Be forewarned that there are spoilers out the wazoo here. Click on the above to expand.
After rocking our worlds with Moon and thrilling us with Source Code, is director Duncan Jones leaving science fiction? It certainly sounds like it, but not before one last effort.
Source Code, the new movie from Moon director Duncan Jones, has been teased in ads as an action flick. But it's actually a psychological thriller about how soldiers and scientists fight wars - against the enemy, and each other.
Moon director Duncan Jones' Source Code is continually referenced as "Groundhog's Day with terrorists." But Jones says it's not true — and here's why. Minor spoilers ahead...
Forget going to strange planets — the weirdest journey is stepping into someone else's skin. Seeing and touching the world in a whole new way. Quantum Leap positively owns this idea, but lots of other stories have gone there.
Gary Oldman reveals which villain he'll be sharing scenes with in The Dark Knight Rises. Captain America's Joe Johnston discusses the movie's debt to Raiders of the Lost Ark. Could a Justice League movie happen after all?
What is Duncan Jones' Source Code? This gorgeous infographic breaks down each source code cycle, in an attempt to explain just how the time-bending science in this film works.
We sat down with Source Code star Jake Gyllenhaal, and quizzed him about the science behind the movie. Does he believe that memories could be stored on computers? What's based on actual science in this film? Watch our interview.
Want to know what it's like to be zapped into the brain of a guy who's about to be blown up on a train? You can get your first real taste.
When Duncan Jones' indie SF tale of a lonely clone on the Moon hit theaters back in 2008, it was a revelation. It proved that science fiction didn't need elaborate special effects to pack a punch - great ideas and inspired acting worked better than millions of dollars of CGI. The big question was whether Jones could…
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Every year, at least one movie comes out of Austin's South by Southwest film festival on its way to megahit status. Which of this year's fantastical science fiction and fantasy films at SXSW will hit the big time this year?
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Inception cleaned up in the effects categories at the Academy Awards because they go to movies built around cool ideas. In this case, literally. The centerpiece of the film is a machine that allows clever intruders to enter other people's dreams and steal their ideas - or implant new ones. Inception is the latest…
Marc Ruffalo explains the balance between the Hulk and Bruce Banner in The Avengers, while Jeremy Renner teases his Thor cameo. Christopher Nolan talks the casting of The Dark Knight Rises, inside the science of Source Code, and much more!
A major heavy-hitter might be the villain of Zack Snyder's reboot after all — and a couple of big-time actors are reportedly in line to play him. The new Hulk won't just share Marc Ruffalo's movements... it'll share his looks.
A Captain America writer confirms the movie features villainous Nazis. Bill Murray says he's singlehandedly delaying Ghostbusters 3...but considering the latest casting rumor, we can't really blame him. Will Transformers continue without Michael Bay? Plus a new Source Code trailer!