The website for Serenity has been overhauled in a major way. Very shiny. Check it out and download wallpapers, screensavers, a cookbook, and more.
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.
Submitted by Kyle Nin Slice of Sci-Fi news has learned that Steven Spielberg will be producing the remake of the classic 1950’s feature “When World’s Collide.” The trade paper, Variety, reports that it has not been made clear yet on whether Spielberg will also direct the movie.
Source: TrekWeb Guest Writer: Steve Krutzer Guest Contributor: Hal Acclaimed writer Erik Jendresen signed on to write a script for a new STAR TREK feature earlier this year and talking in the new issue of Dreamwatch, the scribe says he’s turned in his first draft to Paramount brass. “I’m excited about this project and I […]
Source: SciFi Wire Submitted by: Kyle Nin Dustin Hoffman and Natalie Portman get the two top spots in the new Zack Helm film “Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium.” Hoffman will star as a toy store owner who wants to pull Portman’s character from the depths of depression by passing on the ownership of this unique and […]
Source: Variety Submitted by: Kyle Nin Sandra Bullock is currently negotiating a contract to star in the Bill Kelly script, “Premonition.” According to the trade paper the story concerns a woman who has premonitions that her husband dies in a an automobile accident, and she sets out to stop it from happening.
Ron Glass is one of those rarities. He has survived a long and iconic career in the not so hallowed studios of Hollywood. At age 60 he is, once again, forging a new direction with his many faceted talents.
Grant Burton, a friend of Slice of Sci-Fi from Melbourne, Australia sent us word of an early screening of Serenity at the Village Theater chains across the continent. If you live down-under and can’t, or don’t want to wait until September to see Serenity then check out Village Cinema’s time, date and location of an […]
Source: The Hollywood Reporter Submitted by: Kyle Nin Written by: S.K. Sloan According to The Hollywood Reporter Daniel Craig will be joining the cast opposite Nicole Kidman in Warner Brothers Pictures’ “Invasion.”
Written by: S.K. Sloan An unsubstantiated rumor is floating around in the sci-fi ether that Crispin Glover, the consummate pundent of weird is being put at the top of the A-List to play the Joker in the Batman Begins sequel. So far I have read or heard this rumor now by several different sources, including […]
Source: ComingSoon.net Submitted by: Kyle Nin There will be three more additions to X-Men 3, the third chapter in the series based on Marvel Comics’ popular superteam, currently under production with Brett Ratner at the helm. Professor X’s old love interest, Dr. Moira McTaggert of the Mutant Research Center on Muir Island, Scotland will be […]
Enjoy this very interesting Doom trailer from Universal and Apple, compliments of our Kick-Ass Mystic Ninja, Summer Brooks.
Source: Roanoke.com Guest Writer: Paul Dellinger (New River Current) Submitted by: Lesmond The digital picture taking shape near Mountain Lake harks back to the sci-fi classics of the 1950s. The aliens have landed and they came from the ’50s. But we will not get to see them until Halloween.
Thanks to our intrepid reporter Kyle Nin catch a sneak peek of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire courtesy of the good folks over at EXTRA. The latest in the Potter franchise looks to be the best thus far and is scheduled for theaters on November 18th of this year.
Source: SciFi Wire Submitted by: Kyle Nin Shelved when Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected governor of California, Warner Brothers-based producer Jerry Weintraub’s remake of Westworld is now a go, with director Tarsem (The Cell) set to helm, Variety reported. Schwarzenegger’s representatives insisted to the trade paper that he’s not involved with the project at this point. […]