- Check out this photo gallery of Steampunk Ghostbusters… yeah, you read that right. Steampunk Ghostbusters.
- Simon Schubert creates art with nothing more than paper creases.
- College Humor claims (not without merit) that the Star Trek reboot is a rip-off of Star Wars.
- Esquire is somewhat over-dramatically claiming that The Road is the most Important Movie of the Year.
- Kurt Vonnegut’s 1961 novel “Harrison Bergeron” is being adapted as “2081″ for the big screen. It looks good.
- The National Film Board of Canada, in association with the Cannes Short Film Corner has posted the 5th NFB Online Short Film Competition on YouTube.
- Pixar has premiered at Cannes, and the reaction has been altogether positive.
- At SFicons, you can Vote for your favorite sci-fi icons to help them win the SFIcons showdown. Klaatu or Gandalf, Darth Vader or King Kong? You decide.
- This Google Map will help you Find IMAX theaters and avoid phony IMAX screens. Confused? Gizmodo explains the difference.
- Discover Magazine spells out some intriguing Rules for Time Travelers.
- PC World points out Hotspots in the Online Video Underground where users can find a streaming video of just about any TV show or movie they can think of.
- Free Fiction: Read “The Defenders” by Philip K. Dick at Manybooks.
- Free Fiction: Read “Titanium Mike Saves the Day” by David D. Levine at StarShipSofa.
- Interview: Hardcore Nerdity interviews author Robert J. Sawyer.
- Madhulika Sikka, the executive producer of NPR’s Morning Edition, discusses The Mayhem of ‘Pride, Prejudice And Zombies’.
- Gizmodo asks How Big Is the New Enterprise Compared to Galactica? Surprisingly (to my Geeky mind), the original Enterprise is smaller than the Galactica, while the Enterprise A is actually larger.
- Salon explains Why the original “Star Trek” still matters.
- Topless Robot picks out The 10 Most Shafted Characters from Lost.
- You may want to set your Tivo, Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the Tonys.