Source: ComingSoon.net Submitted by: Kyle Nin USA Today talked to Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford during AFI’s 33rd Life Achievement Awards gala saluting Star Wars creator George Lucas. Spielberg said screenwriter Jeff Nathanson is readying a script for Indiana Jones 4 by summer’s end.
Written by: S.K. Sloan Star Trek fans over at the Trek United community are doing much more with their time and resources than just trying to save a television program. Members are donating their spare PC resources/CPU cycles to philantrophic efforts in an online volunteer program called “Distributed Computing.” Within the Trek United community two […]
Written by: S.K. Sloan Johnny Blaze is a demon-possessed motorcycling stunt driver. Now, if that’s not a premise screaming for film adaptation, I don’t know what is. Nicholas Cage is perfectly cast as the strangely funny, but tormented, Johnny Blaze. In fact, I would be hard-pressed to think of any actor living today who could […]
Source: Yahoo News Submitted by: S.K. Sloan Actor Dana Elcar, a familiar face on dozens of TV shows but best known as co-star of the action series “MacGyver,” a role he kept even after going blind, has died at age 77, his agent’s office said on Friday. The bald, round-faced performer died on Monday of […]
Yes, it’s true, Bruce Campbell is back. That said, don’t go getting your Wonder Woman underoos all in a bunch right away. In fact, just cool your jets. Hell, take a deep breath, while you’re at it, too. Yes, the ever loveable Bruce “Don’t Call Me Ash” Campbell is again hitting the spotlight, but before the insane thought even ventures into your cerebral cortex it should be noted that he ain’t announcing, promoting or even mentioning the words Evil Dead IV (or Bubba Ho-Tep II, for that matter). [Read more…]
Written by: S.K. Sloan Matthew Settle (Into the West & Rancid) will be starring in the big-screen adaptation of the James Redfield novel “The Celestine Prophecy.” Settle will star as John Woodson, a seeker who explores the Peruvian rain forest in search of an ancient, secret manuscript.
“Star Trek” fans get no respect. When they’re not being derided for living in their mothers’ basements, they’re being mocked for studying the Klingon alphabet. Life for Trekkies is especially tough these days, with their television franchise finally fading into retirement after decades of spin-off series and film adaptations. [Read more…]
Orignal Story by: MARCIA VANDERLIP of the Columbia Tribune Submitted by: Lesmond Check it out. The ballots have been counted, and “Ender’s Game” by Orson Scott Card is the 2005 One Read selection, a Daniel Boone Regional Library task force announced today. Popular among young adults and teens, the selection is designated for readers age […]
Source: IGN Original Story by: Paul Davidson Submitted by: Mr. Sevens Serenity debuts in comic book form until movie release in September 2005. As reported earlier by Slice of Sci-Fi news, Dark Horse Comics has come to the rescue of all those Firefly fans who need a Serenity fix. They will issue a special three-issue […]
Source: CNN.com Submitted by: S.K. Sloan A date has been set for the launch of the first ever solar sail powered spacecraft. As reported by Slice of Sci-Fi last week in the ‘Sci-Fi to Sci-Fact’ News, NASA has been developing solar sail technology and hopes to be able to set it into motion soon. It […]
Source: Variety Submitted by: S.K. Sloan Rodriquez is joining the cast of Lost as a regular for this upcoming new season of the hit ABC Sci-Fi Drama. She had a brief appearance in the show’s first-season finale. The episode featured her in a flashback with Jack (played by Matthew Fox). This will be Rodriquez’s first […]
Source: Journal Now Original Story by: Tim Clodfelter – Journal Reporter Submitted by: Lesmond N.C. film caucus lures sci-fi TV show to Wilmington. Incentive program influenced the decision to film the new NBC series, Fathom, in the state. Fathom, NBC’s new science-fiction drama, will be produced in North Carolina. It is the creation of filmmakers […]