Hugo Award Winners Announced

For the first time in three years, the Hugo for best dramatic presentation, short form didn’t go to “Doctor Who”‘s Stephen Moffatt. This year it went to Joss Whedon for “Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog.” Pixar’s “Wall-E” took home the Hugo for best dramatic presentation, long form. Author Neal Gaiman picked up his second best novel […]

“Twilight” Wins Big at Teen Choice Awards

The teens have spoken. And, no surprises here, they love “Twilight.” The adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling novel took home nine awards last night at the annual Teen Choice Awards.  The film took honors for drama, romance, liplock, rumble, drama actress for Kristen Stewart, drama actor for Robert Pattinson, villain for Cam Gigandet, fresh face […]

Did Cameron Diaz SPOIL “The Box?”

A couple of weeks ago, we brought you a story on the upcoming movie, “The Box.” Directed by Richard Kelly, the movie is based on the six-page Richard Matheson  story, “Button, Button.”  The script expanded the intial concept of Matheson’s story and explored some of the implications of the choice central to the story. In […]

ABC Sets Premiere Date for “V”

On this week’s Slice of SciFi, we brought you news that producers for the ABC’s “V” were working on re-editing the pilot episode, screened last month at Comic Con.  If you want to know more about the editing, tune into this week’s show for more details. Today we have even more great details for “V” […]

“G.I. Joe” Rises To Box-Office Crown

With little other blockbuster competition, “G.I. Joe: The Ride of Cobra” easily took the top slot at the box-office this weekend. Despite not previewing for critics, the film took in a healthy $56.2 million in its opening weekend.  Worldwide box-office results put the film over $100 million in its opening tally, leading to Paramount to […]

“Smallville” Could Go On Past Season Nine


The CW recently hinted that the upcoming ninth season for “Smallville” might not be the last for the popular series. “I hope it’s not the last season,” network president Dawn Ostroff told reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. “I think the producers have done a great job coming up with really good […]

“Scream 4″ Will Kick-Off New Trilogy


It’s time for another installment of “Reboot Rage!” Writer Kevin Williamson recently revealed that the upcoming “Scream 4″ will kick-off a brand new trilogy for the horror franchise.  Williamson made the announcement while talking about his upcoming series, “The Vampire Diaries” on the CW. “It’s 10 years later. It is Gale Weathers 10 years later,” […]

“Supernatural” Stars Offer Season Five Clues

After today’s earlier casting news on “Supernatural,”  some positive news about the upcoming fifth season is in order. Actors Mischa Collins and Jim Beavers recently spoke to SciFi Wire about the upcoming season and offered fans a few clues about what they can expect when the series returns in September. “”There is a big surprise […]

NBC Hints “Day One” Could Be A Limited Run Series


During the recent Television Critics Association press tour, NBC acknowledged that its upcoming series, “Day One” could be a limited run series. We’ve always looked at Day One as a big event for us and not necessarily a show that would be an ongoing, returning show for a second season,” NBC president of prime time […]

Berg Has Different Vision For “Dune”

Four Season's Hotel

Maybe the third time will be the charm for “Dune.” After two adaptations of the classic novel by Frank Herbert, a third “Dune” adapation is currently in development, helmed by actor-turned-director Peter Berg.   And Berg insists that he is bringing something new to the table for the third attempt at bringing the novel to the […]

Morales Talks About “Caprica” Role


When it comes to playing his role as Joseph Adama, actor Esai Morales says he looks to the work done by Edward James Olmos as a guide. Morales is taking on the role as the father to Olmos’ William Adama in the upcoming SyFy series, “Caprica.” “I don’t have the same gravitas as he does,” […]