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New Tracy Island revealed

With only a few months until the launch of the new Thunderbirds series, ITV Studios has released the first photograph of the new version of Tracy Island. Executive Producer Giles Ridge said, “it’s great to have a chance to give fans an sneak peak at the home of Thunderbirds.  Tracy Island was a much loved … Continue reading

MTV’s Teen Wolf gets 20 episode 5th year

The Comic-Con crowds were baying with excitement at the news that MTV has commissioned a 20-episode fifth season for the popular horror series Teen Wolf. Based on the Michael J. Fox movie, Teen Wolf has been a consistent hit for the channel, and the season will be aired in two batches, like the 24-episode third … Continue reading

New “Human” Villain for Penny Dreadful’s Second Year

Speaking at Comic-con, Penny Dreadful creator and showrunner John Logan revealed some of the plans for the series’ second extended season. “The biggest change for me in the second season, beyond the fact that it’s ten hours as opposed to eight hours, is we have a human antagonist,” Logan explained. “Last season, we sort of … Continue reading

Big Finish to adapt Russell T Davies’ Who novel

Damaged Goods, Russell T Davies’ first official story for the Doctor Who universe, is coming to Big Finish. The two-hour adaptation has been penned by Jonathan Morris, and will be released in August 2015. ‘I’ve always been a huge fan of Big Finish, since long before I took the big chair on Doctor Who. And … Continue reading

Anthony Hopkins leads Abrams’ Westworld revamp

Sir Anthony Hopkins will be the lead in JJ Abrams and Jonathan Nolan’s reworking of the classic 1973 Michael Crichton film Westworld. In the pilot, Hopkins will play Dr Robert Ford, described as “the brilliant, taciturn and complicated creative director, chief programmer and chairman of the board of Westworld who has an uncompromising creative vision … Continue reading

Manimal roars again!

Manimal is returning, courtesy of Sony Pictures Animation, Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Jimmy Miller, according to a report at Deadline. The cult 1980s series, which starred Simon MacCorkindale as Dr Jonathan Chase, a dashing and wealthy man raised in Africa who was also “master of the secrets that divide man from animal” (ie he … Continue reading

Syfy’s Killjoys enlists Warehouse 13′s Aaron Ashmore

Warehouse 13′s Aaron Ashmore is staying with Syfy for his next TV job, the 10 part SF series Killjoys from Temple Productions and Lost Girl creator Michelle Lovretta. Killjoys follows a fun-loving, hard living trio of interplanetary bounty hunters sworn to remain impartial as they chase deadly warrants throughout the Quad, a distant system on … Continue reading

Not one 21st Century movie in Time Out Top 10 SF movies

Time Out magazine has carried out a  poll of 150 sci-fi filmmakers, sci-fi authors, Nobel Prize-winning scientists, experts and film critics to rank their top 10 favourite sci-fi films of all time to determine a definitive top 100 – and not one of the Top 10 was made in the 21st Century. Contributors included A Games … Continue reading

Lucy Lawless joins SHIELD Season 2

Former Xena and Battlestar Galactica star Lucy Lawless is signing up for the second season of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, according to a report at TV Guide. As yet, no further details have been released about her character, or how many episodes she will be appearing in, but more information may well be given during Marvel’s … Continue reading

The Star Wars Rebels full trailer is finally here! (video)

It’s not long now until the full series of Star Wars Rebels kicks off with a one-hour special (to be previewed at Comic Con on July 24th) and Disney has released a full-length trailer. This sets up the basis of the series, set between Star Wars Episodes III and IV. According to the official YouTube … Continue reading

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