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Ridley Scott’s Prometheus 2 to Start Filming in January

Ridley Scott’s Prometheus 2 to Start Filming in January

Director Ridley Scott will begin shooting “Prometheus 2″ in January. According to the latest issue of Total Film (via SciFied), the film will enter production alongside Neill Blomkamp’s “Alien 5,” so that Scott — who will executive produce Blomkamp’s vision — can keep the film series’ mythology from contradicting. “X-Men Apocalypse” star Michael Fassbender is also […]

Cammy’s Comic-Con Corner – Geeky Talky – Episode 147

San Diego Comic-Con 2015 came and went, and Princess Fugu (Amanda) & I somewhat miraculously survived! In this episode we talk about attending the convention all 5 days, highlights and lowlights, cosplaying, and much much more!

Roger Deakins to film Blade Runner 2

Roger Deakins to film Blade Runner 2

LOS ANGELES, CA, MAY, 20, 2015 – Twelve-time Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Roger Deakins will join director Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, Incendies) on Alcon Entertainment’s sequel to BLADE RUNNER, it was announced by Alcon co-founders and co-CEO’s Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson. Deakins, who will be presented with the Pierre Angénieux Excellens in Cinematography Award at the […]

Robert Kirkman Working on Transformers Spinoff Films

Robert Kirkman Working on Transformers Spinoff Films

The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman has a new gig: Deadline reports that Kirkman is part of a four-team “writers’ room” creative team for its planned “Transformers” spinoff films, along with genre film veteran Zak Penn, original “Iron Man” writers Art Marcum & Matt Holloway and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ and “Lost” writer Jeff Pinkner. […]

Doctor Who Will Continue For At Least Five More Years

Doctor Who Will Continue For At Least Five More Years

Doctor Who fans can look forward to at least another five seasons of the cult sci-fi series, showrunner Steven Moffat assures. “I thought it would last ten years,” he told “Doctor Who Magazine” (via Radio Times), referring to the 2005 revival. “I didn’t think it would last ten years with BBC Worldwide trying to get […]

Sony Snags Robotech for Potential Franchise

Sony Snags Robotech for Potential Franchise

Sony Pictures has picked up the rights to “Robotech,” a popular ’80s anime series, in the hopes of making it into a franchise, Variety reports. The anime follows humanity’s struggle against alien invaders; much like “Pacific Rim,” humanity builds robot technology out of downed enemy ships in order to defend themselves. After making its way […]

20 New Star Wars Books Will Bridge the Gap between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens

20 New Star Wars Books Will Bridge the Gap between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens

To fill in the blanks between 1983’s “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi” and December’s “The Force Awakens,” roughly 20 new “Star Wars” novels will hit shelves this fall, Entertainment Weekly reports. Released by Disney Worldwide Publishing and Lucasfilm Press, the books — geared toward adults, teens and children — will form a new expanded universe. […]

RIP Leonard Nimoy

RIP Leonard Nimoy

The science fiction community has lost one of its icons on Friday…Leonard Nimoy, who (and I know I don’t need to say this) gained fame as the “pointy-eared, green-blooded, inhuman” Vulcan first officer Spock on the original Star Trek, passed away early this morning at home, from end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to […]

Minority Report Brings Back Original Cast Member Daniel London and Adds Li Jun Li

Minority Report Brings Back Original Cast Member Daniel London and Adds Li Jun Li

With its central premise being a continuation of Steven Spielberg’s original Philip K. Dick adaptation rather than a reboot, Fox’s Minority Report just landed one piece of connective tissue. Deadline has word that the incoming network drama has cast two key roles for its pilot. First up is original Minority Report film actor Daniel London […]

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