Wilford Brimley was Howard Hughes' bodyguard.
Today, the rare Smoky Mountain fireflies are a tourist attraction. Twenty years ago, science didn’t believe they existed.
These dissertation topics were kind of boring. You won't believe what happened next.
We sat down with three industry leaders—Todd Masters of MastersFX and Michael Spatola and Lee Joyner of the Cinema Makeup School—to get the inside scoop on some little-known facts behind the craft and
The overarching drive in naming practices over time seems not to be toward giving names pre-determined masculine or feminine properties, but toward keeping them different.
Huge congrats to our YouTube host John Green, who this week is king of the box office.
If fuzzy action movie science worked in real life, becoming a brand-new superhero would—with a little help from the animal kingdom—just be a quick organ transplant away.
"This is now the Volkswagen of PCs."
You know the three basic rules, but there’s a lot more you probably don’t know about Joe Dante’s black comedy classic, which is turning 30
Although England's Geoff Hurst booted four goals to lead the home team to victory, the real hero of the 1966 World Cup was an English pooch named Pickles.
The '95 Oldsmobile Eighty Eight had an optional in-car GPS system—the first of its kind, and way ahead of its time.