Zombieland writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese have written a script for a new film—based on a cult fave graphic novel—that could have the coolest title ever. So—what is it?
Cowboy Ninja Viking, based on Image Comics’ graphic novel by AJ Lieberman, follows a covert government program to turn schizophrenic patients into assassins. The film will focus on a patient with the abilities of a cowboy, ninja and Viking who escapes and goes after the the shady character who runs the program. Coming from the Zombieland team, you know that script has to have some great dark humor mixed in with a heaping dose of action. Continue reading
Earth Station One celebrates 100 episodes! We invited some of our friends on board the station for a night of fun, friendship, and discussion of all things geeky. Featuring Friends of the Station Peter Cutler, Mark Maddox, Dr. Q, Anthony Taylor, and more! We also reveal some BIG news and announce a contest to win a date with a crewmember! Many thanks to all our supporters for the last 100 episodes – we could not have done it without you!
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 and Hugo tied for the most film nominations, while American Horror Story came in just behind Breaking Bad when the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films announced the nominations for its 38th Annual Saturn Awards.
Martin Scorcese’s Hugo and David Yates’ climactic Harry Potter installment each nabbed 10 nominations, leading a pack which includes Super 8 (eight nominations), Captain America: The First Avenger (seven); and The Adventures of Tintin and Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol (six each).
In TV categories, AMC’s Breaking Bad scored six nominations, followed by American Horror Story with five, and Fringe, Dexter, Leverage, Game of Thrones, The Killing and Torchwood: Miracle Day all getting four. Continue reading
I’m not usually one to post rumors, but this is too good to pass up!
Benedict Cumberbatch is rumoured to be starring in Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary episode as the Time Lord’s arch rival, The Master.
Despite The Doctor’s deadly foe having appeared in the show in various guises since 1971, this will be the first time Matt Smith’s incarnation of the Time Lord will come to blows with his biggest enemy as the BBC One sci-fi drama prepares to mark half a century since it first hit screens next year. Continue reading