This week we return for another visit to the good ship Red Dwarf when we take a peek at season 5. Then, we have waited all summer for the return of Doctor Who, and the show returned with the episode “Let’s Kill Hitler”, was it the wait? You would think that would be enough for one week episode but the fine folks here at Earth Station one we will also be talking about the newest episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day.
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Let’s Kill Hitler? Oh What, I have to take a number? ok. Continue reading
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Source: The List.co.uk
Matt Smith wants the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’ to be commemorated in a one-off 3-D special.
Matt Smith wants the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’ to be shot in 3-D.
The 28-year-old actor – who plays the titular Time Lord – is very excited about the celebration of the show which will take place in November 2013 and insists he will definitely be a part of it.
And he thinks the sci-fi format of the series would be perfect for 3-D technology which could be used for a one-off special. Continue reading
By Liam Martin, Digital Spy.com
Halo 4 developers 343 Industries have revealed details about the upcoming trilogy of games.
The team behind the latest batch of sequels revealed that the new series will span a decade and will collectively be known as the “Reclaimer Trilogy”, reports Eurogamer.
The next game in the series is a direct sequel to Halo 3 and takes place on a mysterious Forerunner planet, which features a “different aspect” of the alien architecture found in the previous games. Continue reading
This week we have a very special extra long episode lined up for you when we give you the listeners a preview of the upcoming 25th Dragon Con to be held in Downtown Atlanta September 2nd through 5th. We will have interviews with Directors of various tracks and attendees of the convention, and we will also give you hints on how to survive the convention for the first timers. You would think that would be enough for one week but wait that’s not all we will also talking about the newest episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day.
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: – It’s time for the ESO Dragon*Con Preview Continue reading
By: Reuters, Source: Cnbc.com
Astronomers have spotted an exotic planet that seems to be made of diamond racing around a tiny star in our galactic backyard.
The new planet is far denser than any other known so far and consists largely of carbon. Because it is so dense, scientists calculate the carbon must be crystalline, so a large part of this strange world will effectively be diamond.
By NELLIE ANDREEVA, Deadline.com
With Smallville ending its 10-season run this past May, the CW has made launching a new superhero franchise based on a DC property a priority. The network’s first effort this development season is Deadman, a drama based on the DC Comics books by Arnold Drake and Carmine Infantino, which will be written and executive produced by Supernatural creator Eric Kripke. The project is about the spirit of a murdered man, Boston Brand, who lives on as he inhabits other people’s bodies and helps them solve crises in their own lives. It is produced by Warner Bros. TV, which handles the mining of the DC catalog for TV series. Continue reading
By Zakia Uddin,Source: Digital Spy.com
Dan Aykroyd has hinted that Ghostbusters 3 will get made with or without Bill Murray’s involvement.
The actor suggested that the movie will film in spring 2012 regardless of what casting decisions are made. Continue reading
By Albert Ching, Newsarama Staff Writer
The in-house marketing department of Marvel Studios has been let go by parent company Disney, according to a report on Deadline.com.
The article states that three individuals in total were let go on Monday — Dana Precious, EVP of Worldwide Marketing, Jeffrey Stewart, VP of Worldwide Marketing and Jodi Miller, Manager of Worldwide Marketing — representing the effective entirety of Marvel’s west-coast marketing department. Marvel’s New York City-based publishing operations are unaffected by the move.
by Annie Barrett, Source: EW.com
Stan Lee Media, Inc., a company founded by comic book legend Stan Lee, wants a judge to rule that it is still the rightful owner of the character Conan the Barbarian. In a lawsuit filed Aug. 19 in federal court in L.A. and obtained by EW, SLMI is demanding 100 percent of the film’s proceeds. The company claims its bankruptcy in 2001 would have prevented anyone from taking the rights to the Conan character away. In the suit, Stan Lee Media, Inc. claims the company was betrayed by a former lawyer who made an illegal deal to transfer the rights to another company that would later green-light this summer’s Conan movie. The poorly reviewed remake earned $10 million on its opening weekend, barely beating the debut of the original Conan the Barbarian in 1982.
By Adam Swiderski, Source: Blastr.com
Everyone’s favorite animation studio may have a full slate ahead with the fantasy film Brave and Monsters University (sequel to Monsters, Inc.) on the way, but that doesn’t mean they’re resting on their laurels. Instead, they used the D23 Expo to reveal the existence of two new projects that sound like nothing the studio has attempted before.
Both are as-yet untitled, but the descriptions are enough to get our animation-loving hearts racing. The first is from Bob Peterson, who wrote and co-directed Up, and features a world in which the asteroid strike that killed the dinosaurs never happened, meaning the creatures coexist with humans. The second, to be directed by Pete Docter, is being called “an inventive new film that explores a world that everyone knows but no one has seen: inside the human mind.” Continue reading