What would it be like to see Mars firsthand if you were scrambling across it to survive? See for yourself, in 3D, even.
If the trailer for the new Matt Damon Mars flick looks all too real, thank NASA, which added some serious verisimilitude.
Stars of the new sci-fi film "The Martian" held a video Q&A with NASA astronauts Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren, and things got funny when Kelly revealed his most important task on a shuttle mission.
Techies gush over the author of the popular novel during a prescreening in San Francisco of the movie, which is coming out Friday.
We find out whether the movie adaptation of the popular novel will please fans with its vision of a cosmic castaway.
Ridley Scott's adaptation of Andy Weir's hit novel is nerdy fun but lacks the dramatic rocket fuel to really blast off.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are treated to an advance showing of Ridley Scott's upcoming sci-fi movie "The Martian."
At an extended preview and post-screening Q&A, director Ridley Scott, lead actor Matt Damon, book author Andy Weir, astronaut Drew Feustel and NASA's Dr. Jim Green discuss the soon-to-be released film.
In the upcoming film "The Martian," Matt Damon plays an astronaut stranded on Mars who has to "science the s***" out of stuff to survive. CNET's Ashley Esqueda chats with him about the role, working with director Ridley Scott and why he thinks it's necessary for humans to get off this planet.
The latest trailer shows his character trying to survive on Mars for four years in a habitat designed to keep him alive for a month. It's not all fun and games, but the movie has its light side.