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Interview: Ted Schilowitz explains Barco Escape's triple-screen film experience on Tomorrow Daily

Ted Schilowitz has a pretty fun job: He gets to analyze and imagine what moviegoers want to see in the future when they go to the movies.

By 23 July 2016


Star Trek reboot gets fourth film with Chris Hemsworth

It's official: Kirk's father will return as Star Trek movies go even further Beyond.

By 19 July 2016


What I learned rewatching the original 'Ghostbusters' films

Commentary: There are surprisingly few ghosts in "Ghostbusters". That's just one of the things CNET's Rich Trenholm noticed when he returned to the '80s classics.

By 8 July 2016


Samsung's tiny, ultra fast UFS memory cards are here to speed up your drone filming

The new cards will dramatically speed up the recording of 4K footage, but you will need new cameras.

By 7 July 2016


Fujifilm's instant film printer lets you share your pictures IRL

The Instax Share SP-2 connects to your smartphone or tablet so you can make tiny prints from any digital photo on your devices.

By 3 July 2016


How Hollywood sees AI, in 16 films

From evil computer overlords to helpful droids, here's a look at how artificial intelligence has been portrayed in movies, for better and for worse.

17 Images By 1 July 2016


Passengers film from inside Singapore Airlines flight as plane burns

Technically Incorrect: The right engine of a Boeing 777 bursts into flames during an emergency landing at Singapore's Changi airport.

By 28 June 2016


CBS, Paramount Pictures release guidelines for Star Trek fan films

Thinking about shooting a Star Trek parody movie? Follow these rules so you won't get sued by CBS and Paramount.

By 24 June 2016


Hard of hearing? Pornhub now provides audio description for its adult films

The porn streaming site's latest initiative aims to give the visually impaired a helping hand by offering professional narration to accompany its most popular videos.

By 16 June 2016


AI-written film 'Sunspring' a surreal delight, upchucked eyeball included

All bets are off when you fill a neural network with sci-fi scripts and then ask it to write a movie for you. "Sunspring" is chaotic, super weird and still worth watching.

By 14 June 2016