Soon Silkworms and Spiders Will Be Able to Mend Our Broken Bones

Dayna Evans · 04/07/14 08:14PM

Ah, yes. The future. It is a time where your bones will still break but silkworms will have your back. If the thought of piecing together your brittle skeleton with metal plates is unappealing, scientists are developing "silk screws" as an easier, stronger alternative.

Bejeweled European Skeleton Gods Discovered By "Macabre Art" Expert

Ken Layne · 09/10/13 12:00PM

In the middle of the European Renaissance, these fantastic skeleton gods were being constructed in the bowels of Europe's Catholic churches. Los Angeles art historian and photographer Paul Koudounaris found these secret saints in catacombs and storage bins across the old Holy Roman Empire.

You Can Still Afford to Get Cancer!

Hamilton Nolan · 06/06/11 04:40PM

Melanoma cure! Cancer treatment! Expensive drugs! Flaxseed fail! Risky gays! Wrinkle bones! Smoking bans! Swiss prostitution! And ER hang-out shocker! It's your Monday Health Watch, where we watch your health—pusillanimously!

Stephenie Meyer Will Never Stop Bothering Us

Richard Lawson · 05/03/11 04:08PM

Ugh, another year, another movie from the mind of Stephenie Meyer. Also today: Lots of TV pickup news, including Nathan Lane's return to the small screen. Plus, Anna Faris!

Welcome Back, Alex Mack

Richard Lawson · 01/19/11 04:27PM

The star of our favorite show about a super-powered kid is returning to the airwaves. Also today: Ricky Gervais stops by an American office, the 2012 film schedule shifts to accommodate the end of the world, and TV casting news.

Racists On a Plane

Richard Lawson · 05/04/10 11:23AM

Or at least near where they make the Boeing planes. Also today: Spielberg's next project, a good show gets renewed, some news about your favorite TV stars, and another rocker goes to Broadway.

Fox TV Wants to Be Your Stripper with a Heart of Gold

Richard Rushfield · 10/08/09 10:22AM

The Fox television network reminds us of many things. When it shows American Idol, it's kinda like a great big Radio City revue. When Moment of Truth airs it's more Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome.

He's Dead, Jim.

ian spiegelman · 04/19/08 10:23AM

I don't know about you, but I can't imagine a better way to start a glorious spring weekend than watching every single instance of Star Trek's Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy pronouncing some poor sucker dead compiled in one nifty clip. The grim-faced over-acting that barely concealed actor DeForest Kelley's seething hatred of William Shatner after the jump.