Craven Blesses Feast

Source: Film Force Submitted by: Kyle Nin The word from Wes Craven is that Feast has finally come together. The low-budget horror movie that was the subject of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s 3rd season of Project Greenlight is the directorial debut of John Gulager. Craven is one of the producers. “I’ve seen the final […]

Get Your “SERENITY ” Fix

For all those who need a fix right now before the box office opens in most US and world theaters tonight:

Mr. Sandman, Won’t You Play Me a Tune?

Submitted by: Kyle Nin Kirsten Dunst has confirmed that Thomas Haden Church will play Sandman and Topher Grace will be Venom in Spiderman 3. Directed by Sam Raimi, the film begins shooting in January 2006 and is set for a May 4th, 2007 theatrical release.

Bond Pick Closer to UK Home?

Source: The Sun Submitted by: Kyle Nin British tabloid The Sun is reporting that Daniel Craig and Henry Cavill both arrived at Pinewood Studios to meet with the producers of Casino Royale. The rumor has it that both actors were scheduled on the same day to do screen tests for the lead role of Bond, […]

Movie Reviewer needs help: Film at 11

Check out the Arizona Republic’s Fall Movie Forecast. Is it just me, or did the person who wrote this bite-sized preview of many of the fall’s upcoming movies discover that someone peed in his Cheerios that morning? That, or he became so distracted with trying to come up with disparaging puns for all the movies […]

The Fanboys Are Coming! How Laissez-Faire Could Revolutionize SciFi

Source: Planet Fandom Commentary Written by: J. Marcus Xavier Gene Rodenberry would be proud, I think. Or at least suprised. With the paradoxically tragic, and yet celebrated, cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise, Trekkies across the globe are finding themselves in something of a time-warp. Today, fans are in a similar position to a previous generation […]

Treating Wonder Like Batman

Joss Whedon, who is writing and will direct the upcoming Wonder Woman movie, told SCI FI Wire that he wants to give the venerable franchise the Batman Begins treatment, making sure fans get what they want: the costume, the bracelets, the lasso, maybe even the invisible jet.

Slither Slides Into Theaters January 2006

Written by: Uncle Sam Whatever you do…….Dont’ Scream! Nathan Fillion (Firefly/Serenity) can’t seem to escape mutants.

Van Peebles Carves Out “Yellow Wood”

Source: The Hollywood Reporter Guest Writer: Borys Kit Submitted by: Kyle Nin Mario Van Peebles has signed to direct “Yellow Wood,” a mystery thriller Stephen J. Cannell is producing for Spyglass Entertainment. Van Peebles also will act in the movie.

Big Box Office for Emily Rose

Source: Coming Soon Submitted by: Kyle Nin Sony’s Screen Gems’ “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” topped the box office with an impressive $30.2 million from 2,981 theaters. The horror-thriller was made for only $19 million and averaged a strong $10,130 per location. The studio repeated its first place finish from last year this same weekend, […]

Tim Burton’s “Corpse Bride”

Source: Star Log Magazine Written by: S.K. Sloan Tim Burton makes a return to stop motion. In 1982 he debuted with “Vincent.” He followed that up with the critically acclaimed “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” followed by “James And The Giant Peach.” Now he is at it again with “Corpse Bride.”

On the Set of STAR TREK: New Voyages

Source: Capital News 9 New York’s Capital News 9 went on the set of STAR TREK: New Voyages new episode called , “To Serve All My Days.” Shooting is in progress and will feature Star Trek’s own Walter Koenig reprising his role as Pavel Chekov. Also starring with Koenig will be his love interest from […]

Gozilla Arrives On British Soil

The original Godzilla movie, with its strong antinuclear message that was lost in the version edited for American audiences, will be shown in British cinemas for the first time.

Serenity website revamped

The website for Serenity has been overhauled in a major way. Very shiny. Check it out and download wallpapers, screensavers, a cookbook, and more.

Filming Begins on Shyamalan’s “Lady in the Water”

Submitted by: Kyle Nin On last week’s podcast we reported that M. Night Shyamalan’s new film “Lady in the Water” was set to start its filming schedule fairly soon. According to ComingSoon.net, production has commenced and as a result, we are able to bring you an update on its plotline.