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American Horror Story renewed for second season

FX has announced that its creepy and highly succesful American Horror Story has been picked up for a second run, after only four episodes have been aired. The new batch of 13 episodes will air in 2012, FX Networks President and General Manager John Landgraf announced today. “It’s one thing to have the ambition and … Continue reading

Sci-Fi Bulletin at the London MCM Expo

The weekend of 29/30 October saw the ExCel Centre in London play host to the biggest and most diverse of London’s conventions. Whether you’re a gamer, a comic reader, a fan of wrestling or a collector of genre memorabilia, the MCM Expo was the place to be this weekend. Sci-Fi Bulletin dropped by to soak … Continue reading

Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse!

Sci-Fi Bulletin is delighted to host the first in a week-long blog tour for Dead Inside: Do Not Enter — Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse. Check out our exclusive images and review of this stunningly different zombie book available now from Chronicle Books…

Syfy Films play Game of Thrones creator’s Wild Cards

Syfy Films has announced that its first project will be an adaptation of Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin’s shared universe series, Wild Cards. The anthology series began in 1987 and has been published by Bantam Books, Baen Books, iBooks and now by Tor, who have a further volume planned for 2012. Set in an … Continue reading

Cameron reveals new twists for Fantastic Voyage reboot

Talking to Deadline while demonstrating his 3-D conversion of his blockbuster movie Titanic, director James Cameron gave a brief update on progress on the new version of Fantastic Voyage which he is producing. Real Steel‘s Shawn Levy is expected to direct the film, and Cameron explained that  “I gave him my idea about how this should … Continue reading

Being Human team Switch to witches

The production team behind the BBC Three hit Being Human are working on another supernatural drama, this time to do with witches. Appropriately announced just before Halloween, Switch follows four twenty-something young women who move to the big city, and use magic to help them juggle their relationships and careers. Being Human‘s Rob Pursey and Phil … Continue reading

Peter Bishop in custody after returning to Fringe (video) (updated)

Fox has released a preview for Novation, the next episode of Fringe, which combines brief clips from the episode with some commentary from Joshua Jackson, explaining what has happened to his character Peter Bishop since he made his reappearance at the end of the fourth episode. The episode was supposed to air October 28 in the … Continue reading

Dick estate sue over Adjustment Bureau

The Estate of Philip K. Dick has started legal proceedings against Media Rights Capital over payments resulting from the Matt Damon movie The Adjustment Bureau. According to Justin. M. Goldstein, the attorney from Carlsmith Ball LLP who is bringing the case for The Philip K. Dick Testamentary Trust,  “Philip K. Dick’s trust and heirs were partners … Continue reading

HBO for Dark Tower?

Following Brian Grazer’s suggestion that a revised budget might make a Dark Tower movie feasible, he’s now been speaking to MTV, and strongly hinted that he and production partners Ron Howard and Akiva Goldsman found a home for the television sections of the story. “We’re going to do [The Dark Tower] with HBO,” Grazer told MTV. … Continue reading

Shaun of the Dead’s Edgar Wright suggests Halloween horror marathon

As may be obvious from his films such as Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, Edgar Wright knows and loves cinema, and to mark Halloween next week, he’s come up with a 24 hour marathon of movies, comprising 15 films organised around Shakespeare’s Seven Ages of Man. In order they are: 6:00pm – The … Continue reading