James Spader: From “Blacklist” to Ultron

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James Spader knows sci-fi, so it came as no surprise to his fans to learn that the man who daily hung out on a Boston office building balcony smoking big stogies and dressed in pink flamingo garb with none other than Captain James T. Kirk for five years would be the next villain for the new Avengers: Age of Ultron film.

Museum of Science Fiction & DC Public Library Team Up

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Museum of Science Fiction and DC Public Library Partner to Host Film Festival and Use Science Fiction to Raise Child Literacy

“Shockwave, Darkside” Premieres in August

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Inspired by the storytelling of 1950’s classic science fiction writing “Shockwave, Darkside” is a new 3D sci-fi film from writer/director Jay Weisman.

Marvel Movie Slate Updated at SDCC

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While the upcoming release dates for Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 and Phase 3 films were announced earlier this year, many fans had hoped that a list of titles to go along with those dates would be announced at the Marvel panel at Comic-Con International.

Alas, the teasing and speculation will continue for a while longer.

Tenor of Pacific Rim 2 Different From First Film

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If you liked the tone of Pacific Rim” then, according to director Guillermo del Toro, this news may come as quite a surprise to you.

Disney Casts Two More Young Actors For Star Wars VII

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Two new actors have been selected, one British and the other American.

“Fantastic Beasts” Has a Studio Home

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J.K. Rowling’s “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them” has found a home with a U.S. studio based in the U.K.

First Superman Pic for New Film

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Here is the first official look at Henry Cavill returning as the Man of Steel for the new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice flick.

Vlad’s Transformation Revealed in “Dracula Untold”

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“Sometimes the world doesn’t need another hero. Sometimes what it needs is a monster.”

Berry on Small Screen, Gaiman Coming to Cable, and More

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News about Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods,” Halle Berry’s flirtation with TV, robotic journalists – and more…

“Audition” To Get Western Remake

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Let’s face it, when it comes to making two types of horror films nobody does it better than the Japanese film industry – but, that doesn’t stop Hollywood from trying.

“Pacific Rim 2″ Gets Greenlight from Legendary

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Those of us who fell in love with Pacific Rim now have more cause for celebration and joy — there will be a sequel, and plans for an animated TV series are also on the board.

The Zero Theorem – USA Still Waiting

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Terry Gilliam’s latest film “The Zero Theorem” has been seen theatrically in the UK, Italy and various other overseas markets since late 2013. However, it has yet to get its USA theatrical debut. Fans of Gilliam only have one question — “When?”

Ford’s Star Wars Shoot To Be Delayed

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Harrison Ford’s recent injury on the set of the next Star Wars film will now cause a delay in Ford’s film shooting schedule of at least two months.

First Official Axanar Trailer Released

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The first official trailer for “Star Trek Axanar” subtitled “Prelude to Axanar” has been released and it looks phenomenal.