BBC America is set to air a new sci fi series “Survivors” on Saturday, February 13, 8:00p.m. ET/PT with the pilot followed by all subsequent episodes at 9:00p.m. ET/PT every Saturday. BBC Americas Press release has this to say about the show;
Sci Fi UK had a piece on Mels take on the new rebooted Mad Max movie that creator/director George Miller that set to star Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy. When asked if he would appear in the new film he may have hinted that there is a Cameo in the cards for the original Max. But never really came outright and said it.
“Oh yeah, I’ve talked to George,” Gibson said in a press conference over the weekend in Santa Monica, Calif. “Yeah, we’ve had a good chin wag about it. We talk all the time anyway, George and I, so I’m abreast of that.”
Capricas new main title intro Sci Fi Wire published this the other day and it gives you a tiny idea of what is to come in the series. Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival – January 30th, 2010 This one is on youtube but its from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Film Festival being … Read More “Some Sci Fi Videos that are just to cool to pass up” »
Zachary Quinto is not quitting Star Trek he is merely stepping aside for a brief moment to work on other projects. But that did not stop Trekies around the world and all over the universe from having a panic attack when Quinto said in an interview with Wired that ; I’m stepping away from Star Trek for at least … Read More “Zachary Quinto is not quitting Star Trek” »
Keanu Reeves will play the lead in an upcoming movie called Passengers. The plot which has Keanu’s character on an interstellar ship that will take 100 years to reach its destination. And all the passengers are put into a cryogenic sleep but something goes wrong with the computer and Keanu is woken out 90 years before he should of … Read More “New Romance Sci Fi with Keanu Reeves” »
Most of this article is opinion based Avatar is now number 1 capsizing the Titanic and taking the honors of the best movie of all times for itself. The Los Angeles Times ( among many others ) reported that Avatar had racked up $1.85 billion in worldwide ticket sales, edging past “Titanic’s” $1.84 billion. Domestically … Read More “The Avatar Effect” »