Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal win the weekend with a kidnap drama, and leave Chris Brown's 'Battle of the Year' battered
Engineers will now try to lift the 114,000-ton vessel before winter
Imagine hundreds of squishy millipedes swarming a train track, then let your imagination do the rest
On Tuesday Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos agreed to purchase the Washington Post for $250 million after 80 years of Graham family ownership. TIME spoke with...
A massive rock history curio from the band's heydey.
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A supernova collapse 3.6 billion light years away sheds new light on a longstanding mystery
Reheated Raimi tops reanimated Spielberg, while G.I. Joe and the Croods battle for second place
Looking great, Spielberg's dinosaur-zoo thriller is back in theaters—while they last
The Titanic and Avatar director is donating his undersea craft to help advance ocean exploration.
They're just robots. No one is bringing them back from extinction (yet).
The President has great campaign skills. But a strategy based on doing what is comfortable rather than what is difficult will doom his second term
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Peter Jackson's belated walkup to his 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy breaks a Dec. record but still lacks magic
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The Oscar-winning digital production company behind the Tupac hologram is in bad shape financially
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When it comes to shipwrecks, it's "every man for himself"