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The Strand Prophecy The Winner Twins First Epic Win

The Strand Prophecy The Winner Twins First Epic Win

The Strand Prophecy written by the Winner Twins Brittany and Brianna is the first “epic win” by these amazing young ladies who have taken the Young Adult/science fiction literary world by storm. The book was published back in 2006, when the girls were 12 years-old and when “self-publishing was not the big thing it is […]

‘Warehouse 13′ Ends Long Series Run Tonight

‘Warehouse 13′ Ends Long Series Run Tonight

Tonight, SyFy will air the final episode of Warehouse 13, ending the show’s nearly five-year run. Initially, the plan was to have the series end at the conclusion of its fourth season, which would have left many cliffhangers for fans of the show to debate. However, the fan outcry and petitions to save the show […]

William Shatner Live Tweets and Silent Auction

William Shatner Live Tweets and Silent Auction

William Shatner is best known by most people for his role as Captain James T. Kirk on the television series Star Trek. He has recently held an online silent auction to benefit children’s charities. People who follow him on Twitter and Facebook know that he has been extremely busy. Shatner has created some new excitement […]

Jupiter Ascending and Christopher Nolan Film Make 2014 Year of Sci-Fi [video]

Jupiter Ascending and Christopher Nolan Film Make 2014 Year of Sci-Fi [video]

The rest of 2014 will be an interesting year for sci-fi fans, with ambitious films in the Wachowski’s Jupiter Ascending and Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar leading the way. Other sci-fi fare including Edge of Tomorrow and Transcendence could possibly make 2014 a memorable year. This will be a make it or break it year for Lana […]

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Riffs Again

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Riffs Again

Mystery Science Theater 3000 and the gang is returning again to television to riff beloved nonsense at the big screen. Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett have signed up with National Geographic, or NatGeo, to air three episodes starting April 1. The concept for the show’s re-emergence comes from the trio’s ready-made Mystery Science Theater 3000-like […]

The Judge of Ages by John C. Wright (Book Review)

The Judge of Ages by John C. Wright (Book Review)

The Judge of Ages by John C. Wright marks the third novel in his complex and highly entertaining science fiction series, “Count to a Trillion.” The year is now 10,515 A.D., and Texas gunslinger and super genius Menelaus Montrose, the Judge of Ages, as he’s come to be called, is thawn out to meet the […]

NASA Sending Mission to Klingon

NASA Sending Mission to Klingon

NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, was said today to be contemplating preparing plans to send a manned mission to Klingon. News of the agency’s brainstorm to venture where no man has gone before was leaked onto a blog devoted to the achievements of actor Michael Braveheart, who portrayed a Klingon officer throughout several […]

Michael Douglas Cast as Marvel’s Ant-Man

Michael Douglas Cast as Marvel’s Ant-Man

In some major surprise casting, Oscar and Golden Globe winning actor Michael Douglas is set to play the superhero Ant-Man in the upcoming Marvel movie of the same name. He will appear opposite Paul Rudd, who also plays Ant-Man in a complicated, idiosyncratic script said to be breaking new ground in the superhero film genre.   Douglas […]

X-Men Days of Future Past First Trailer Easter Eggs

X-Men Days of Future Past First Trailer Easter Eggs

The first trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past—the time travel epic that unites the modern X-Men movie characters with the 60’s versions from X-Men: First Class—premiered online today, with plenty of Easter eggs for hardcore fans of the comic. X-Men: Days of Future Past is not scheduled to open until May 24, 2014, but anticipation […]

Thor 2 Director Unhappy with Credits Scene? [Video]

Thor 2 Director Unhappy with Credits Scene? [Video]

Like other Marvel Studios movies, Thor 2 features an extra scene during the credits, but the film’s director Alan Taylor sounds unhappy with how that scene turned out in his film. In a recent interview with Bleeding Cool about the follow-up to 2011’s Thor (the sequel has the full title of Thor: The Dark World), […]

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