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Bryan Singer confirmed for X-Men sequel

Amid all the uproar on the internet over the Lucasfilm/Disney deal, the announcement that original X-Men director Bryan Singer is returning to the franchise has been overshadowed. Singer, who directed the first two X-Men movies, will helm X-Men: Days of Future Past, the sequel to X-Men: First Class. The story is based on the classic … Continue reading

Star Wars Episode VII (and more) from Disney in 2015! (Updated + Video)

Disney has agreed to buy Lucasfilm Ltd for $4.05 billion from George Lucas, and the companies have targeted a 2015 release for a seventh movie in the Star Wars franchise. Two more movies (presumably Episodes VIII and IX) will follow, with further Star Wars movies and possible live action TV series also planned. In a … Continue reading

Russell T Davies confirms Torchwood in limbo

While promoting his new CBBC show Wizards vs Aliens (read our review of episode 1 here) Torchwood creator Russell T Davies has confirmed that there are no current plans for a new series of the Doctor Who spin-off. Speaking on the Graham Norton radio show, Davies said that the show was not officially cancelled, but … Continue reading

Arnold returns as Conan!

According to an exclusive report at Deadline, Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to one of the roles that made him famous: Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian. The Legend of Conan will be a sequel to Schwarzenegger’s first Conan film, directed by John Milius, at the end of which he is on the throne. “It’s that … Continue reading

John Simm wants Master return!

John Simm, who played The Master opposite David Tennant’s Tenth Doctor, is keen to return to the role in order to play it ‘…a bit quieter’. At the Cheltenham Literature Festival, the actor explained that he’d like to offer ‘another take’ on the part, making the Doctor’s arch-enemy ‘…a bit quieter’. He went on: ‘Russell … Continue reading

The CW’s Arrow wins full season order

After screening just two episodes, The CW have ordered a full 22-episode run of new superhero show Arrow. Attracting just over four million viewers, the debut episode of the season was the most watched show on The CW in three years. Fantasy re-boot Beauty and the Beast has also been awarded a further script order … Continue reading

Learn the secrets of The Twelve!

Sci-Fi Bulletin is delighted to be part of the blog tour for Justin Cronin’s new novel, The Twelve, which is released in the UK next Friday, October 25, picking up the baton from the previous stop on tour, Reader Dad. A sequel to his debut novel The Passage (read our review here), The Twelve continues the … Continue reading

Sci-Fi Bulletin beams up to Star Trek London

Keep an eye on our Twitter account @scifibulletin over this weekend, as we present live tweets from Star Trek London. Our intrepid writers will be there bringing you some of the best of the convention straight from the floor of the Excel Centre. We’ll also be reprinting some of the best pictures here on the … Continue reading

Sci-Fi Bulletin joins The Twelve blog tour

Sci-Fi Bulletin is delighted to be part of the blog tour promoting Justin Cronin’s new novel The Twelve, the sequel to his mammoth vampire novel The Passage, which will be published on October 25. The tour kicks off today (Friday 19th) at The Book Smugglers, then hits Reader Dad tomorrow (Saturday 20th) before coming to … Continue reading

Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein returns to TV

Dean Koontz’s retelling of Frankenstein looks as if it may be heading back to its original medium with the announcement from TNT that it is preparing a drama series based on the five-book series. Although a version of the screen story was produced in 2004 by the USA Network based on Koontz’s concept, it wasn’t … Continue reading