“Push” Confused Its Stars


Have you seen the ads for the upcoming “Push” and wondered what the movie was about? You’re not alone.  Apparently, the stars of the film also had questions about what they were doing during filming.  Filled with contant action and a lot of plot twists, actresses Stars Camilla Belle (KIra) and Djimon Hounsou (Agent Carver) […]

“Legend of the Seeker” Renewed

The legend will continue…well, at least to a second season. “The Legend of the Seeker,” which is based on Terry Goodkind’s “Sword of Truth” series has been renewed for a second season according to Variety. The series has delivered solid ratings since it debuted in November and is used by many stations to fill the […]

NBC Orders “Day One” Pilot

NBC has given the green light to a pilot episode of “Day One.”  The series, created by “Heroes” producer Jesse Alexander, chronicles the aftermath of a global event that devastates the world’s infrastructures when a small band of survivors strive to rebuild society and unravel the mysteries of why the event took place and what […]

“Red Dwarf” Returns


“Red Dwarf” fans rejoice.  The hit BBC comedy series will return for a two-part special this Easter, according to the BBC. The two-part storyline, called “Red Dwarf: Back to Earth” will reunited the original cast for a two part story and will will begin a decade after  the crew of the Red Dwarf were last seen, […]

Guardian Lists Sci-Fi, Fantasy Novels Everyone Should Read


The British newspaper The Guardian has published its list of the  science-fiction and fantasy novels that everyone should read.  The list is part of the 1000 novels the paper has determined everyone should read in his or her lifetime. The list is extensive, varied and weighted a bit toward the British output.  However, it is […]

Beals Joins “Book of Eli”


Denzel Washington’s upcoming post-apocolyptic thriller, “The Book of Eli” has added actress Jennifer Beal to the cast according to the Hollywood Reporter.   Beals will play the blind mother of Milan Kunis’ Sonara, fighting to protect her daughter from the unwelcome advances of Gary Oldman’s small-town despot. The script, by Gary Whitta with a rewrite by Anthony […]

Majel Roddenberry Finds Final Rest in Space

Majel Roddenberry will be joining her husband Gene Roddenberry in space, according to the Associated Press.  The actress, who recently passed away, will have her remains sent into space via Celestis Inc. Celestis sent some of Gene Roddenberry’s ashes into orbit around the earth in a premier Founders Flight rocket launch in 1997. Celestis sent […]

Russo Review — “Zodiac” Blu-Ray


Written by: Joe Russo (Film Critic/SoSF Contributor) Director: David Fincher Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Edwards, Brian Cox Release Date: January 27, 2009 Russo Rating = 9/10  A mesmerizing, communal experience While Zodiac still remains David Fincher’s most substantial and mature effort yet, it may also be the last time we […]

Bell, Craig Cast in “Tin Tin”


The cast for the upcoming “The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn” is complete according to the Hollywood Reporter. Actors Daniel Craig and Jamie Bell have been tapped as the leads in the upcoming 3-D production. Bell will play the title character of Tin Tin and Craig will co-star as the nefarious Red Rackham. […]

Remembering Kim Manners


Prolific television director Kim Manners (59), who brought a distinct visual style to “The X-Files” and “Supernatural” as well as dozens of other television programs, has passed  away after a long fight with cancer according to our partners over at TV Guide On-Line. Manners was a producer and director for “The X-Files” and on the […]

“Torchwood” Coming to New York ComicCon


American fans will get a sneak peak at the upcoming third series of “Torchwood” as part of a panel at the upcoming New York ComicCon. The panel will take place on Saturday, February 7 at 4:15 p.m. at the annual convention. The panel will also feature actress Eve Miles and director Euros Lynn, who will […]

2009 Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Awards Nominees Announced


Over the weekend, the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences announced its nominees for its 12th annual achievement awards.  The awards are the equivalent of Acadamy Awards for the video-gaming community. Below is a list of the nominees. Family Game of the Year Boom Blox LittleBigPlanet Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party Rock Band 2. Wii […]

“Green Hornet” Canceled?

With the departure of Stephen Chow from the upcoming “Green Hornet” movie, Hitfix is reporting that Sony has pulled the plug on the film. According to reports, Sony has pulled the plug on the opening date of July 25, 2010 and said that it is “highly unlikely” filming will begin on the project this year. […]

Vatican Launches YouTube Channel


Monty Python did it, so why not the Pope? The Vatican announced Friday that it is launching its own YouTube channel according to the Associated Press.  With the channel, the Vatican and Pope Benedict XVI hope to to broaden and unite the pontiff’s audience and give the the Holy See better control over the pope’s […]