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New Bionic Woman performs well

September 29, 2007

The new version of the Bionic Woman is doing very well for itself in the States. The show, which began on 26th September has become NBC’s highest Wednesday ratings among adults aged 18-49 since 1999’s The West Wing. The show drew 13.6 million viewers.
The show stars Michelle Ryan (of Eastenders fame) as Jaime [...]

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Could Vogel be our Kirk?

September 29, 2007

Yet more rumors are being flung around the internet in relation as to who will be playing Kirk in the next Star Trek film. The film, which is being spearheaded by Lost and Alias creator, JJ Abrams, is expected to open on Christmas Day 2008 yet the latest Kirk has yet to be confirmed.
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Tron movie sequel in the works

September 12, 2007

Good news for Tron fans. According to the Hollywood Reporter, commercial director Joseph Kosinski is in final negotiations to direct a sequel to the 1982 cult movie classic. Steven Lisberger, who co-wrote and directed the original film, has signed on as a producer.
Kosinski, who last month signed on to Tron fans. According to the Hollywood [...]

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Bell to join Heroes not Lost

August 23, 2007

So it had been rumored for some time that Kristen Bell, star of Veronica Mars would be joining the cast of Lost. This turns out is not the case. Instead she will appear in a number of Heroes episodes according to Variety.
Bell will play the role of Elle who is involved in Claire’s [...]

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New for 2008: Push

August 18, 2007

Shooting will start next month on Push which will be released next year. The Film is about a group of young Americans with telekinetic and clairvoyant powers who have gone to Hong Kong to escape from a U.S. government agency.
The film is being shot in Hong Kong and stars Dakota Fanning, Chris [...]

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Scarlett Johansson to join The Spirit

August 18, 2007

Scarlett Johansson is in negotiations to play a femme fatale in an adaptation of Will Eisner’s noir comic series, The Spirit alongside Samuel L. Jackson. The film is to be directed by Frank Miller for Odd Lot Entertainment and Lionsgate, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Johansson will play Silk N. Floss, a sexy and intelligent [...]

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Ramayan 3392 to be made into massively multiplayer online game

August 11, 2007

Ramayan 3392, the Science Fiction comic franchise is going to be turned into a massively multiplayer online game.
Sony Online Entertainment will develop and publish the game and Virgin Comics will serve as a creative consultant on the project. The game will be initially made for the PC.
Ramayan 3392 A.D. started in 2006 and reimagines [...]

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Joss Whedon Auctions a Private Dinner For Charity

June 30, 2007

Joss Whedon, the man behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly is auctioning off five seats at a private dinner with him in aid of Equality Now, a charity that promotes equal rights for and fights violence and discrimination against women around the world.
Its an incredible opportunity for fans to get closer to Whedon [...]

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James Marsters to guest star in Torchwood role

June 26, 2007

GallifreyOne Web site reports that Former Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast member James Marsters will guest star in the second season of the BBC’s Torchwood. Torchwood, which is an spin-off of the popular Doctor Who will see Marsters star alongside John Barrowman who plays the lead.
GallifreyOne Web site reported, citing JamesMarstersLive offered no details [...]

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Indiana Jones Video Hits the net

June 26, 2007

IndianaJones.com has posted video of the first day of shooting on the upcoming fourth Indiana Jones movie.
Production began on June 18 in New Mexico. Director Steven Spielberg appears in the brief video, which also shows executive producer George Lucas. The action from the first day involves a vintage Army vehicle and a ’50s-style hot [...]

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