This Guardians Of Galaxy Gag Reel Is As Hilarious As You Hoped

If you’re starting to feel like, by the time Guardians of the Galaxy finally hits Blu-ray on December 9 (it’s available digitally as of yesterday, not to mention that it’s still in many theaters), we’ll have seen all of the bonus features, you’re not alone. Hardly a day has passed the last week or so without one or another popping up, and today’s no different. We have your first look at both the entire gag reel from the home release, and another new deleted scene.

Watching Marvel’s sarcastic space opera, it’s easy to get the impression that making this movie, with these people, was a total blast. And if this four-minute gag reel is any indication, that’s certainly the case. So much dancing, it’s like everyone danced everywhere they went between takes. There are the usual suspects, like Chris Pratt who apparently can never stop dancing or he’ll die, but there’s also director James Gunn, Gregg Henry as Grandpa Quill, Benicio Del Toro’s Collector, and more all bustin’ a move. Then there’s an extended version of that epic dance battle that’s been going around, which is even better than that already fantastic clip.


This Project Almanac Trailer Causes A Found Footage Ripple Through Time

When you think found footage, the first thing that springs to mind is usually low-budget horror full of lots of running through the woods and jump scares. While that end makes up the bulk of the output in this aesthetic arena, there’s always been a notable overlap with science fiction. There’s Chronicle, Apollo 18, and Earth to Echo, among others, and the upcoming Project Almanac aims to take on a time travel story, bringing this new trailer back from the future.

The Paramount Pictures release revolves around a group of super nerdy friends, which, if you didn’t figure that out right away, is driven home by the fact that one guy can’t hit on a girl and that they apparently sit around watching videos of one of their seventh birthday parties. What self-respecting teen does that? This geekiness helps them out, however, when they happen find the pieces of a time travel device and can figure out how to assemble the device.


Jurassic World Launches This Viral Website And Trailer Countdown

Jurassic WorldWe’re more than seven months away from seeing Jurassic World, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early for Universal to start the marketing, which has begun stomping around, building hype for the hotly anticipated dinosaur feature. This includes a viral website with tons of photos and a countdown to a new trailer.

Universal unveiled this new website for the fictional corporation Masrani, which figures prominently in director Colin Trevorrow’s film. It involves news about the company, their subsidiaries, which include genetics lab InGen (which just opened a lab in Siberia according to this site, more on that later), oil interests around the world, and a massive communications wing.


Like Interstellar? Here’s How You Can Read A Brand-New Slice Of The Story

MannsWorldWhatever else you can say about Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, there’s no doubt that it leaves you with questions. Depending on how much you enjoyed the film, those questions may be about the movie’s themes and plot twists, or you may just be left asking, “What the hell were they thinking with the bookshelf thing?” Either way, some of those questions are due to be answered, courtesy of a new comic filling in some of the film’s backstory.

SPOILERS for Interstellar below!


The Solar System May Have Two New Members

EightTNOsIf you’re still crying about the demotion of Pluto, it’s probably time to focus on something else, namely, on the possibility that the dwarf planet isn’t the end of our solar system. Scientists have recently uncovered new evidence suggesting that the elusive “Planet X” might be real, and there might be two of them.

The idea of Planet X goes back more than 150 years. By then, astronomers knew about Uranus, but they also discovered that its orbit was wonky, which made them suspect Uranus was under the gravitational influence of another planet. In 1846, Neptune was discovered, but astronomers noted that Neptune’s orbit was also a bit odd. Hence, Pluto—except not really. As it turns out, Pluto is too small to have the kind of effect on Neptune astronomers noticed. So they figured there could be yet another planet, a bigger one, out past Neptune.


NBC Is Turning This Dennis Quaid Sci-Fi Flick Into A TV Series

We’ve said many times now that we’re in a certified science fiction TV renaissance, with Syfy developing hugely promising shows like The Expanse and Ascension, Amazon is turning Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle into a pilot, and HBO is getting into the game with adaptations of both Westworld and Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series. Well, apparently NBC has decided they want a piece of the action, because they’ve announced they’re turning a Dennis Quaid science fiction movie into an ongoing series.