Who cares about the prom king? Actor Will Smith's famous teen son Jaden trades in the traditional tuxedo for a cool superhero costume complete with a cape. Of course he does.
Luckily, insects and monkey brains won't be on the menu at Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar, opening this fall at Walt Disney World. "Rolling Boulder Meatballs" will be, however.
Noted filmmakers pose with memorable movie characters like Yoda, E.T. and the Hulk on Wired's June cover to honor George Lucas' movie effects studio Industrial Light & Magic.
The legendary Rick Baker is selling work including animatronics and puppets from "Gremlins 2" and "Men in Black." Find out what Mogwai monsters and alien gems await.
"Eraserhead" on espresso? Watch this avant-garde commercial directed by David Lynch's daughter Jennifer to promote his unique coffee brand.
See what happens when a guy falls for a mutant girl with pyrokinetic abilities in the music video "Right Now" by Never Let This Go -- released on Stan Lee's World of Heroes YouTube channel.
Watch the co-host of the "Mythbusters" science show make a functional "Star Trek" chair worthy of Captain Kirk, with help from his friend Jeremy Williams.
A creative fan pays tribute to "Twin Peaks" using nothing but paper. Agent Cooper would be impressed. Just don't tell the Log Lady, she might take the choice of material personally.
Biggs Darklighter, a character who is barely in "Star Wars: A New Hope," is the star of a fan's documentary, "Blast It Biggs: Where Are You?" -- complete with rare movie footage and an interview with the actor Garrick Hagon.
With just a single piece of paper and a scalpel, London-based artist Marc Hagan-Guirey creates amazingly detailed scenes from "Star Wars" using the Japanese art technique of kirigami.