Bartman and Fallout Boy to the rescue! The second wave of Lego "Simpsons" minifigs -- including exclusives like Comic Book Guy and Professor Frink -- debut May 1.
While it may not go slantways or longways or backways, this elevator concept uses magnetic levitation to move up, down and sideways and bring passengers where they want to go.
The year is 1948. A new off-road utility vehicle is rolling off assembly lines. It's geared at World War II veterans and its design is reminiscent of the massive boxes driven during wartime a few years before. Sound familiar?
That Sky advert with Bruce Willis in his bathrobe has been banned for misleading customer over the true costs involved.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis face off in Looper, the smartest and most enthralling thing to hit cinemas since Inception.
Nestle recently launched a 21st century Willy Wonka-style contest in the U.K. with a slightly alarming title: "We Will Find You."
Could The Last Boy Scout's stoush with Apple put Armageddon within striking distance of the iTunes terms and conditions?
The wife of the action film star tweets that a report appearing in a British tabloid, suggesting Willis is itching for a fight, "is not a true story."
It may not be enough for the plot of the next "Die Hard" movie, but actor Bruce Willis' move to take on Apple over music rights could make him a hero to millions of iTunes users worldwide...if it's true.
After a series of bank robberies, police examine the Facebook page of Jesse Hippolite, who suddenly changes his Facebook profile name to "Willie Sutton Jr," presumably an homage to the famous bank robber. Hippolite is charged with three bank heists.