In the News:
- A new research study is examining how a telltale mental signature predicts whether an experience will be remembered. We look at what this could mean for you in near future…
- Popular fantasy authors George R.R. Martin and Patrick Rothfuss were supposed to publish new installments of their popular fantasy series this year. One small problem: they’re still working on them.
Krazy Joe’s Punch in the Junk: Joe wishes our very own Michael R. Mennenga a happy birthday.
- Director Sam Raimi talks about the future of the “Evil Dead” series.
- Lionsgate has optioned the rights to Suzanne Collins’ young-adult novel, “The Hunger Games.”
Slice of Trivia: This week Kurt in St. George tests the studio crew and you with three new clips. Email your clips to Kurt at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your entries could get picked and played on the show.
TV Talk: Harlan Ellison filed suit against Paramount this week over proceeds from the classic “Star Trek” episode, “City on the Edge of Forever.”
Interview: This week, Summer and Brian talk to director Alex Proyas about his new movie, “Knowing.” Proyas talks about making Australia look like Boston, working with Nicholas Cage and using new digital technology to create his latest film.
Special Segment: Lejon in Chandler gives us the Top 10 Reason SciFi Channel Changed Their Name to Syfy.
In the Future:
- Get the chewing gum, pocket lint and paper clips! “MacGyver” is headed for the big-screen.
- Octavia E. Butler’s classic novel, “Kindred” will be adapted as a graphic novel. Publisher Beacon Press sent out a request for a fan artist to illustrate this classic genre novel.
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