Kevin Kelly

Kevin Kelly

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Kevin Kelly is a writer and pop culture junkie with a fixation on video games, movies, and board games. His writing has been seen at io9, Film School Rejects, Machinima, TechRadar, Wizard World, and The Austin Chronicle. He lives in Los Angeles and does not know how to surf. Follow him on Twitter @kevinkelly.

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Oscar Effects: Before Alfonso Cuarón could make ‘Gravity,’ he had to overcome it

Alfonso Cuarón's ‘Gravity’ required more than a few special effects, it required an entirely new way to look at special effects. We spoke with the team that made the effects, and learned how they overcame the challenges of recreating…

The director of ‘Ender’s Game’ explains where the book ends and the film begins

We sat down and spoke with Gavin Hood, the writer and director of the film adaptation of ‘Ender’s Game' about the challenges of adapting a beloved book, and where the cuts began.

Harrison Ford on zero gravity, gluing spaceships together, and ‘Enders Game’

We spoke with Harrison Ford, who in 'Ender's Game' plays Colonel Graff, a man determined to offer humanity a new savior, at any costs. We discussed the filmmaking process, his history with special effects, and zero gravity.

‘Ender’s Game’ is satisfying Sci-Fi, as long as you haven’t read the book

Fans of the 'Ender's Game' novel are going to have a tough time accepting some of the changes the film makes to the book. Everyone else though is left with a thin, but passable sci-fi flick.

‘Gravity’ was awesome, but was it realistic? We asked two astronauts to find out

In the 50+ years that humanity has been going into space, less that 600 people in total have actually left the Earth. We speak with two of them about Director Alfonso Cuarón’s film Gravity, and just how realistic it is.

‘Gravity’ fills the vacuum of space with icy, unblinking suspense

Director Alfonso Cuarón offers a rare blend of character study and action film in ‘Gravity,’ starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. The result is one of the best movies of the year.