It’s been a slow week, news-wise, so I’m stretching a bit. Here’s a deep, insightful Web page on how to make a sci-fi movie. Enjoy.
:::Insert sound of PC hitting every step in the stairwell:::
Too bad the mainstream press doesn’t give a damn about these events. Each and every one of these is a major engineering feat but, sadly, we take them for granted.
I’m still miffed that the first woman commander’s mission (one that actually had several major problems including a main engine failure) was buried by the press in favor of coverage of JFK’s spoiled son and his poor choice of a landing strip.
Sound off yourselves! What do you think about NASA’s current state, goals, and future? Should we spend more time going to the moon? Mars? Whatever!
Fresh from the Leaky Cauldron: more neat-o stills from the set of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.” I’ve decided that the .uk title is cooler than the .us title, so I’ll use it for a while. Go get an eyefull.
That last article really creeped me out, so here’s something a bit cooler from the BBC: There’s an actual script and everything for the “Red Dwarf” movie. This juicy tidbit straight from the source: Robert “Kryten” Llewellyn’s homepage.
This is so bizarre, it must be true. IGN FilmForce is reporting that actor Hugh Grant is the latest candidate to play the Ninth Doctor in the always-talked-about “Doctor Who” feature film. He may be British, but beyond that I’m a touch skeptical.
Another week, another episode. I’m sure you have learned how to Read More by now. Do I even need to state the spoiler warning?
In an effort to be unbiased (because these ‘rumors’ are driving me nuts), here is an article from TrekToday.com with news regarding the next Star Trek series. I’m hoping these are wrong…really, really hoping. The continuity problems are just going to be a major headache.
Q’s back! And this time he’s brought the family! Click “Read More” to do so.
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After the X-Men movie of last summer, Marvel decided to capitalize on its popularity by rushing a new TV series, “Mutant X,” into production. 20th Century Fox says it’s got refusal rights on any X-series; Marvel claims that “The X-Men” aren’t related to “Mutant X” in any way.
I think. This is just too screwy for me…