US TV Network Starz (the same channel behind the US Torchwood) has announced that Camelot, its gritty take on the Arthurian myth, will debut 1 April 2011. It will be taking over the Friday 10pm slot that used to be occupied by Spartacus: Blood And Sand.
Blastr has a look at the first four concept images from Syfy’s upcoming two-hour pilot movie for Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome. The movie focuses on the adventures of a young William Adama during the 10th year of the first Cylon war.
The Dark Tower TV series hasn’t yet been green-lit by Universal Pictures, the intended director—Ron Howard—has already immersed himself in Stephen King’s fantasy western world.
Howard, who spoke at length with the LA Times, said, “I’ve been reading and researching and just kind of living with it. I’ve been constantly going through stuff and I’ve just been re-listening to it [on audio books] on my iPod.”
It’s been twenty-eight years since the original TRON showed moviegoers “a world inside the computer where man has never been.” Although the film’s visual effects, once so cutting edge that they were said to have been cheating, now look dated, the ideas and computing concepts shared with a mass audience for the first time have fermented in the brains of a generation and can now been seen in the world around us.
British graphic designer Olly Moss was asked by Marvel Studios honchos Kevin Feige and Craig Kyle to create a special print for Thor’s cast and crew, and his solution is this Saul Bass-inspired hunk of awesome.
Variety reports that ABC is currently developing a TV series centered on Marvel’s Jessica Jones character. The series has a lot of potential to be sure, but unlike the comic, I’m guessing the TV show will not be titled “Alias.”
With the excitement building and less then two weeks to go till the Doctor Who Christmas Special airs we thought it would be fun this week to get some of our friends on the show and do a round table discussion about some of our favorite Doctor Who stories. Sitting in with us from the US Whocast we have Matt Murdick from the Hoo on Who Podcast we welcome David Hooie and from The Happiness Patrol Podcast we welcome back Lewis Bailey.
Join us for another fun filled podcast that we like to call 38 – What is it Doctor? Why, it’s our some of our favorite Doctor Who stories
Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:08:17 ESO Rants and Raves – Spooks / Reopening the X-Files Podcast / San Diego Comic Con
0:21:44 The Geek Seat w/ David Hooie
0:31:47 Our Favorite Doctor Who Stories
2:09:58 Show Close
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Gale Anne Hurd was the producer of the classic film, The Terminator, and its sequel, Terminator 2: Judgment Day—also known as the GOOD Terminator movies. And in what could be a Christmas wish come true, she said she would love to make another Terminator movie.
If you like your first-contact movies with extra-terrestrial stoners, bad reggae dancing and a metric ton of jokes about “spaceman balls,” then this Simon Pegg-Nick Frost road comedy is for you.
This UK trailer gives us the first real look at this comedy, and three things are abundantly clear: 1) Seth Rogen is now the definitive stoner actor and can make anything seem half-baked, even little green men built like porn stars; 2) Kristen Wiig looks kinda hot with one eye; and 3) aliens like their food so rare it’s still kicking.
You know how they say the best gifts are the ones given from the heart or hand-made with love? To hell with that. We want over-the-top, excessive and downright filthy-rich presents, and we want them right now.
Check out 13 sci-fi luxury gifts for the rich, super-rich and ultra-rich that we probably won’t be getting this holiday season. But we can dream, can’t we?