Is Singer’s “Logan’s Run” Remake Still Happening?


A couple of years ago, director Bryan Singer was ready to update the 70’s sci-fi film, “Logan’s Run.” However, it appears the project has stalled a bit with Singer taking on variety of other projects. So, will we see his version of “Run” any time soon? “At the moment, I haven’t decided. I really don’t […]

“Invasion,” “Moonlight” Premiere Tonight on SciFi

If you missed “Invasion” or “Moonlight” during their initial runs on ABC and CBS, tonight you can watch them from the beginning on SciFi.  Starting at 8 p.m. EST is “Invasion,” the story of a small town after what appears to be an alien intervention.  Then it’s the vampire detective series that won a loyal […]

Slice of SciFi #196: Voicemail Show

This is the show for our inquiring fans and listeners and their voicemails, emails. We want to hear your comments and feedback… No, really, we do! Pay no attention to how much Mike grumbles about them…you know – that guy sitting in the dark corner with all the knobs and switches. Got a comment for […]

“Inkheart” Director Wanted Fraser


Actor Brendan Fraser had an advantage over every other actor trying out for the lead in the upcoming big-screen adapation of “Inkheart.” Author Cornelia Funke was inspired to create the character of Mo from an inspiration by Fraser. “This book shows up, and it’s inscribed, “To Brendan, thank you for inspiring this character. I hope […]

“Preacher” Finds a Script Writer

It has a star, it has a director and now the big-screen adaptation of “Preacher” has a screenwriter. According to Variety, writer John August has been tapped to write the big-screen version of “Preacher.” Sam Mendes will direct the film, which centers on the preacher of a Texas town who is struggling to get by […]

“Tom and Jerry” Headed to Big-Screen


The eternal game of cat and mouse between popular cartoon characters Tom and Jerry will continue on the big-screen.   The never-ending battle between the duo will come to life using CGI versions of Tom and Jerry interacting with live-action settings.  Warner Brothers will produce the film and is targeting the film at the family audience […]

Apple Posts Profit on iPod Sales

Driven by Christmas sales for its popular iPod players, Apple reported its first quarter of $10 billion sales in the first quater of the fiscal year according to the Hollywood Reporter. Apples said Wednesday that its revenues rose 6% to $10.2 billion in the fiscal first quarter that ended Dec. 27, while earnings rose 2% […]

CW’s SciFi Thursday Line-Up is All New

SMALLVILLE” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) — Episode: “Bulletproof” JOHN JONES IS SHOT — Clark (Tom Welling) discovers John Jones (guest star Phil Morris) was shot while working as a police officer, so Clark dons the uniform and goes undercover to find the culprit. Meanwhile, Lana (Kristin Kreuk) confronts Tess (Cassidy Freeman) and tells her Lex […]

Leger Gets Oscar Nod, “Dark Knight” Doesn’t


Actor Heath Ledger picked up the only major Acadamy Award nomination for last summer’s biggest hit, “The Dark Knight” when nominations were announced this morning. Many thought “Dark Knight” could be in the running for best picture and best director for Christopher Nolan, but was shut out in both categories.  Ledger’s nomination is the seventh […]

Razzie Nominees Announced


As the Acadamy prepares to reward the best movies from 2008, the Razzies is gearing up to recognize the worst movies and performances from last year. The nominations for the 2008 Razzies were announced yesterday and Mike Myers’ “The Love Guru” led the way with seven nominations including worst picture, worst actor for Myers, worst […]

“Supernatural”: Readers’ Burning Questions Answered!

Our sister site, TV Guide On-Line has a new interview with Supernatural producer and writer Sera Gamble.  Sera appeared on Slice of SciFi a few weeks ago and now she’s chatting with TV Guide’s readers about what fans can look forward to in the second half of Supernatural’s fourth season. Is this season is leading […]