Excerpt: TAFT 2012, Out This Week!


There have been some interesting books coming out recently, and from the sound of the plot of Taft 2012, I’d safely say this is one to add to that list. Out yesterday, Taft 2012 by first-time author Jason Heller is a new look at one of our older presidents. This could just be what this upcoming election [...]

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The Last Airbender: The Legend of Korra – 3 New Clips Released!


Three clips have been released for Nickelodeon’s upcoming (though we don’t know when yet) animated series The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra. This sequel series is set 70 years after Avatar: The Last Airbender. The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra follows the adventures of the Avatar after Aang – Korra is from the Southern Water Tribe. Thus far, [...]

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New Video Show “Mass Effect 3″ is Better with Kinect!


E3 2011 announces that Mass Effect 3 would be on of the many upcoming games to feature support for Microsoft’s motion control device, Kinect.  There was a unanimous groan from the audience with the mention of Kinect in the same sentence as Mass Effect 3. However, once the demo started, it actually appeared quite awesome. Since then, [...]

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New Book Releases, Week of January 15th, 2012


Here’s a list of all scifi, fantasy and horror coming out this week. To see covers, click on title. Released Monday, January 16th, 2012 The Emerald Maze: Long John Silver Vol. 3, by Xavier Dorison  The bloody mutiny was a success, and Long John is now in command of the Neptune. Following their native guide, the survivors [...]

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New “Game of Thrones” season two production video hits the web, showing King’s Landing and Qarth


A new Game of Thrones production video has surfaced courtesy of HBO and the Game of Thrones promo machine, this time showcasing some of the beautiful and unique sights in the Game of Thrones television show! The video takes us to Croatia, where the production crew has found the perfect city on the rocks to use [...]

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2011 Philip K. Dick Award Nominees Announced


The Philip K. Dick award is given each year to the most distinguished Science Fiction in paperback to come out in the US. The nominees for 2011 were recently announced, and we have the list for you to check out. Here are the 2011 nominees: A Soldier’s Duty by Jean Johnson (Ace Books) After the Apocalypse by Maureen F. [...]

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CATCHING FIRE Director and Screenwriter Announced


The movie version of Suzanne Collins’s blockbuster book Catching Fire is set to hit theaters on November 22nd, 2013. Up until now, this is really the only big news that’s been out on the sequel to The Hunger Games.  But now we know some more crucial info on this upcoming film. Announced yesterday, it is now [...]

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Production on “Star Trek 2″ has officially begun, says Paramount


Paramount is officially talking about Star Trek 2′s (still untitled, by the way) production, announcing yesterday that the film has exited pre-production status and is now started on principal photography. The second film in the rebooted scifi franchise is lead by J.J. Abrams, who was also at the helm of the first Star Trek reboot film. [...]

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Last Week In Trailers: “John Carter” TV Spot

All seems quiet on the trailer front lately, but still, there is a new TV spot for John Carter from last week. Directed by Andrew Stanton and set to be released on March 9th, John Carter is based on the novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs and tells the story of the Civil War veteran who gets [...]

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New “Hunger Games” photo shows Katniss, Effie, and Haymitch


Thanks to Hunger Games fansite, we now have a new look at three of the Hunger Games book and movie’s biggest characters: Katniss, Effie, and Haymitch! The photo clearly shows the trio dressed up and ready to go, with the exception of Haymitch, who appears to have had a few too many drinks. Effie is [...]

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