Christopher Nolan screens a rough cut of "Dark Knight Rises!" Stan Lee expounds on his "Avengers" cameo! A possible poster for "The Wolverine" revealed! Plus, "Doctor Who" and more!
Ralph McQuarrie, who was a concept artist for the first three Star Wars films, helping to create such iconic characters as Darth Vader, R2-D2 and C-3PO, has died at age 82.
Bryan Singer talks about the end of Excalibur, his desire to still work on Battlestar Galactica, and his new web series H Plus.
Take a bunch of random people, stick them on a space ship and make sure that they have no way of getting home any time soon, and definitely not without some level of discomfort and entertaining - to other people, of course - adventures. Yes, it's a classic TV trope, and one that keeps producing greatness. Welcome to the five best lost-in-space shows.
A moment of silence, please, for Syfy's SGU: Stargate Universe, which finishes its run with Monday's episode, "Gauntlet." Not only am I personally sad about the show's cancellation, I also think that it's bad news for Syfy overall. After all: Where are the network's science fiction shows now?
Am I the only one who got the strangest feeling of deja vu when I read that 17th Precinct, the new NBC pilot created by Battlestar Galactica's Ron Moore, will star Battlestar Galactica's Jamie Bamber and James Callis of... Battlestar Galactica? Is history repeating for anyone else, and if it is, is that a good thing or not?
BSG alum James Callis and Jack & Bobby star Matt Long will play police detectives in the NBC pilot, which is set in a town where magic trumps science.
Luke Pasqualino, who played Freddie for two seasons on the teen drama Skins, has been cast as young William "Husker" Adama in Syfy's Battlestar Galactica prequel Blood and Chrome. Ben Cotton (Hellcats) landed the other lead role.
If you're burned out on the Battlestar brand, perhaps Blood & Chrome will bring you back on board -- according to a new script review, the upcoming prequel series is bringing the goods.
If there's one thing that 1980s television was good for, it was opening title sequences. Shows back then didn't just have titles that told you what the show was called, they had the presence of mind to tell you everything you needed to know to watch an episode, even if you'd never heard of the show before. Why don't more shows do that anymore?
Syfy has released the first concept art from Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome, the prequel that follows a young William Adama as he's assigned to Galactica during the 10th year of the First Cylon War.
Apparently, I have more power than I suspected. Last week, I wished that Syfy would stop with the Battlestar Galactica spin-offs, and then this week they pull Caprica off the air mid-season. But doing so raised some questions, and concerns, as well as gloating...
The escalating feud between the Adama and Graystone families, not to mention the race to build the first Cylon, is at an end. The Syfy network has announced the cancellation of Caprica, the television prequel series that spun out of Battlestar Galactica.