Brave New World, a made-for-TV movie starring Peter Gallagher (you know him from The O.C., or if you're super-cool, from Sex, Lies, and Videotape) and Leonard Nimoy (from Star Trek).
Brave New World, a made-for-TV movie. No fun famous people, as far as we can tell, and it looks like they took some liberties renaming the characters (Lenina Disney? OK…)
Iron Maiden did a song called "Brave New World." Check it out.
Hmm…another "Brave New World" song, this time by Motorhead.
Aldous Huxley in a posed picture.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
The classic image from the cover of the book.
A recent book review of Huxley's selected letters, edited by James Sexton.
In 1958, Huxley wrote an essay on his novel called "Brave New World Revisited", in which he examines how society has advanced toward his horrid vision of the future. If you're into the novel as a piece of literature, this isn't too exciting, but if the science excites you, then this is for you.
Here's an online text of the novel, convenient for searching and reading.
Here you can download a full PDF of The Paris Review interview with Aldous Huxley in 1960.