Supergirl TV Series in Development

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Warner Bros. is working on a effort to bring Supergirl to the small screen.

Dwayne Johnson Will Portray Black Adam

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has confirmed he will be portraying DC Comics’ Black Adam for the big screen adaptation of “Shazam!”

Affordable Humanoid Robots In Homes By Next Year

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Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son has promised that his SoftBank humanoid robots will hit U.S. stores just in time for the 2015 Christmas shopping season.

Museum of Science Fiction Announces Exhibit Design Competition

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If you are a student, architect, or designer from anywhere across the globe you may enter the Museum of Science Fiction’s exhibit design competition and make museum history for generations to come.

Loot Crate Offers Up a Galactic Sci-Fi September

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Loot Crate offers up a Galactic September for collectors of sci-fi items.

Syfy Goes Thumbs Down On “The Wil Wheaton Project”

The Wil Wheaton Project

Everyone’s favorite geek got the one call every actor hates to get. The dreaded ‘thanks, but no thanks’ telephone call.

The Rise of a Young Filmmaker

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Every filmmaker started somewhere. Let us introduce you to Nick Mastrangelo. Remember that name.

“As Above/So Below” — A Slice of SciFi Review

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With a late August release date and very little fanfare, my expectations going into this movie were exceedingly low. Having suffered through my share of mediocre, grade-B horror films recently, it was with much trepidation that I made my way into the theatre. Perhaps it was partially due to my lowered expectation, but once the film began I found myself pleasantly surprised.

“The November Man” — A Slice of SciFi Review

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I went in with some expectations: that it would be Old Bond training New Bond, or similar. And in some ways, that expectation was right. But The November Man is more of a cross between the first Mission: Impossible movie and the original The Mechanic. With a hell of a lot of Bond in there, too, of course.

“Seventh Son” Teaser Trailer Debuts

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The movie that was delayed because of the split between Warner Bros and Legendary finally has a new release date, and fresh new trailer!

Doctor Who Comes to “Minecraft: Xbox 360″

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Minecraft players will have access to a range of Doctor Who assets which will allow them to change their avatar to resemble their favorite characters from the show. The first pack will include a character inspired by the Twelfth Doctor as well as five other Doctors, each of their on-screen companions and some of the Doctor’s most well known adversaries including his arch-nemeses, the Daleks.

“The Twilight Zone: The 80s Series” Now on DVD

The Twilight Zone: The Complete 80s Series

Travel into the fifth dimension once again with THE TWILIGHT ZONE, testing the limits of reality and exploring the mysteries of the universe. Airing from 1985 to 1989, this critically acclaimed anthology series carried on the legacy of the original Rod Serling program and attracted a brand new audience of fans.

“National Ghostbusters Day” Celebrates Film’s 30th Anniversary

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Thursday, August 28th is being touted as “National Ghostbusters Day”, in honor of the 30th anniversary of the original Ghostbusters theatrical release — who ya gonna call?

This milestone is being celebrated with a limited theatrical re-release of Ghostbusters, exhibiting it’s 4K remastered restoration for another generation to see on the big screen in the US and Canada, beginning August 29th.

“Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” — A Slice of SciFi Review

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

After nine-years of waiting for a sequel to Sin City, fans everywhere can rejoice. The constant rumors and fictitious release dates only made the waiting harder. Why? The first movie was a visual delight loved for it’s groundbreaking visuals and colorful characters.

Futures Past – A Slice of SciFi Review

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Each yearbook-styled volume will cover all the SF books, films, magazines, people, etc. in exhaustive detail, with a great number of full color illustrations.  Many great SF authors, editors, publishers, historians and collectors were recruited to make this the finest authoritative reference work possible.