Fuller Exits “Heroes”

Well, that didn’t last long. Entertainment Weekly’s Michael Ausiello reports that Bryan Fuller has left the production staff of “Heroes.” For those keeping track at home, this is the second time Fuller has left the production team. The first time, he created and produced ABC’s “Pushing Daisies.” After the series was canceled, Fuller came back […]

Mayberry Talks “Patient Zero”

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While researching the non-fiction, zombie-myth debunking book, “Zombie CSU: The Forensics of the Living Dead” writer Jonathan Maberry says he discovered something interesting. “My intention had been to use science to (gently) knock down the backstory to most zombie movies and books,” Maberry told Tor.com. “However during the research I discovered that there was a […]

Burnett Discusses Writing “Green Lantern”

After writing for the animted versions of D.C. Universe heavy-weights Batman and Superman, writer Alan Burnett tells SciFi Wire that he “couldn’t turn down the opportunity” to bring another D.C. heavy-hitter to animated life.   Burnett is the writer of the upcoming direct-to-home-theater animated release of “Green Lantern: First Flight.” “I always thought that Green Lantern […]

Fox Addresses Lara Croft Rumors

Actress Megan Fox denied that she’s signed on to play video-game icon Lara Croft in the upcoming proposed “Tomb Raider” reboot. While doing promotion for this week’s debut of “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” Fox denied that she’s been cast as the new generation of Lara Croft and that she’d take over the role originally […]

Bay To Move On From “Transformers”

Michael Bay is apparently tired of critics using his action-heavy films as a punching bag. “It’s easy to go shoot an art movie in a winery in the South of France. But people have no idea how hard it is to create something like Transformers,” the director told WENN.  “They (the critics) review me before […]

Virtuality Creator Michael Taylor Imagines His Ideal VR Scenario — An AMC Interview

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Written by: AMC’s Clayton Neuman A writer for Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica and Caprica, the co-creator of Fox’s Virtuality describes his show’s grounding in science and its “New Orleans funeral” of a pilot. Q: Both Caprica and Virtualty deal with the virtual world. What’s the attraction for you? A: It’s interesting. Virtual reality is actually […]

“TekWar Chronicles” Hits Stores This Week

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WILLIAM SHATNER’S TEK WAR CHRONICLES COMIC DEBUTS THIS WEEK The TekWar Chronicles, a new comic book series based on the best selling TekWar novels by television and movie icon William Shatner is scheduled to arrive in stores on June 24th. It is the first title to be released under the creative partnership between Shatner and […]

New Stills From “Astro Boy”

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Eager to see what the upcoming big-screen “Astro Boy” will look like when it hits theaters?   We’ve got a couple of preview images from the movie that may whet your appetite for more.  The new CGI animated version hits theaters in October. A thrilling tale of a true hero, Astro Boy is an all-new, feature […]

“Reaper” Creators Move to “Dollhouse”

Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters, creators of the CW’s recently deceased “Reaper,” have joined the writing staff of Joss Whedon’s “Dollhouse” for its second season, according to the Onion A.V. Club. Maurissa Tancharoen, a writer for “Dollhouse” broke the news via Twitter, saying, “Fazekas and Butters are in D-house and they’re awesome.” Fazekas and Butters […]

Monstrous Affections Limited Edition Hardcover

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Monstrous Affections, By Bram Stoker Award Winner David Nickle Available In Limited Edition Hardcover A limited hardcover edition of the short story collection Monstrous Affections, by David Nickle, is now available for pre-order. Featuring 13 short stories and an introduction by writer/editor/journalist Michael Rowe, the hardcover edition will be signed by the author, Rowe, and […]

“The Proposal” Tops Box Office

Audience wants to laugh. At least that’s the message you could take from this weekend’s box office results. The top two ticket sellers this weekend at the box office were both comedies. Coming in first was Sandra Bullock’s new romantic comedy, “The Proposal.” The movie took in just over $34 million in receipts. In second […]