Rachel McAdams was the female lead in the movies The Time Traveler's Wife and Midnight in Paris, and now she's co-starring in Richard Curtis' new movie About Time. In all three films, the dude takes off time-traveling, leaving McAdams behind. So McAdams, quite rightly, is wondering when it's her turn.
Bad news, ladies: scientists have done some research that leads them to believe that time travel and sex don't mix well — at least not for women (patriarchy strikes again!). This means you probably shouldn't go back in time and fill your loins with the lusty seed of Julius Caesar, Pamuk from Downton Abbey, the…
A Chinese newspaper claims two young girls committed suicide in hopes of traveling back in time like the characters on popular TV shows. Is this a real case of death-by-TV, or is it government propaganda?
A dude wants to pay you $3,000 to test his time machine. Unfortunately, you must be male.
Jen Chaney and Liz Kelly of the Washington Post, inspired by Hot Tub Time Machine, have listed a few things they'd change if they could go back to the 1980s. I'm more concerned with bringing back a few souvenirs: