In the News:
- There’s a new Browncoat campaign to encourage Universal to greenlight a Serenity sequel
- SanDisk now has Flash Drives to allow users to take their video content with them
- Next Superman sequel may be delayed until 2010 because of new writers and the new JLA movie being worked on
Movie Talk: Zemeckis’ Beowulf comes to conventional and IMAX-3D screens on November 16, and the ground-breaking Live/CGI improvements are all the buzz.
Slice of Trivia: Doug brings us three real stumpers for this week’s trivia test.
TV Talk: NBC seems set to greenlight a reimagined “Knight Rider” series, inspired by the recent Transformers craze.
Next, Fox has announced that “The Sarah Connor Chronicles” will premiere on Monday, January 14, 2008, 8pm ET/PT.
Interview: Casey Moore talks to us about his film Finding the Future. This film takes a look at the genre from the perspective of those who help create it, star in its products and the fans who attend the conventions dedicated to it.
Future Talk: Jim Carrey is set to star in a remake of “A Christmas Carol”, done by Robert Zemeckis using the Live/CGI blend that began with The Polar Express and evolved with Beowulf.
Also, Naomi Watts is set to star in an upcoming remake of The Birds, a version that’s being promoted as being more faithful to the original short story by Daphne du Maurier than Alfred Hitchcock’s adaptation had been.
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