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Bitten renewed for third season

Bitten, the Canadian fantasy series based on Kelley Armstrong’s Otherworld series of stories, has been renewed for a third year, Space has confirmed. Laura Vandervoort, Greyston Holt, Greg Byrk, Steve Lund and Genelle Williams are confirmed to be returning for the new season which will start shooting this summer in Toronto. Daegan Fryklind will continue as … Continue reading

Chris Pine for Wonder Woman’s Steve Trevor?

Variety is reporting that Star Trek and Jack Ryan star Chris Pine is considering adding another genre role to his CV, playing Steve Trevor in DC’s new Wonder Woman movie opposite Gal Gadot. Trevor is a key part of the original Wonder Woman story – the Army officer crashes on the island where Wonder Woman lives … Continue reading

Look who’s back in Horowitz’s Bond novel…

To mark Ian Fleming’s 107th birthday, Bond novelist Anthony Horowitz has revealed the title and the setting of his new novel, which is based in part on material written by Fleming for the proposed 007 TV series in the 1950s. The book, to be published by Orion on September 8, is entitled Trigger Mortis and is … Continue reading

Capaldi heads to Comic-Con

Peter Capaldi will be attending his first Comic-Con this summer, with the return of a full Doctor Who panel to the popular event. Capaldi will be appearing alongside co-stars Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald), Michelle Gomez (Missy), lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat and executive producer Brian Minchin on Thursday July 9th in Hall H. … Continue reading

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen rebooting at Fox

John Davis at Davis Entertainment is behind a planned reboot of Fox’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Based on the 2003 film – itself loosely taken from Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s graphic novels – the new project will once again reunite Captain Nemo, the Invisible Man, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and others to battle … Continue reading

Expanded run for Agent Carter’s second season?

According to actress Hayley Atwell, we could be seeing even more of Peggy in the second season of Marvel’s Agent Carter. “It’s going to be set in LA and with 10 episodes it’s going to be a very glamorous, dark world of 1940s Los Angeles,” Atwell explained at the Comicpalooza in Houston over the Memorial … Continue reading

RIP Tanith Lee

British writer Tanith Lee passed away on Sunday May 24th, aged 67. Lee was the author of over 90 books and 300 short stories, as well as four BBC Radio plays, and two highly-regarded episodes of the BBC’s SF series Blake’s 7 (Sand and Sarcophagus). She was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the World … Continue reading

IT reboot down the storm drain as director leaves?

The future of New Line Cinema’s two-movie remake of Stephen King’s ITis in serious doubt following the departure of director Cary Fukunaga from the project weeks before filming was due to commence. According to reports over the weekend, creative differences, and disputes over the budget – particularly in the light of the underwhelming performance of the … Continue reading

Learn the Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who

To mark the launch of The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who, authors Simon Guerrier and Dr Marek Kukula, the Public Astronomer at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, will be giving a talk about the way that science and Doctor Who have intertwined over the years. The event will be held on Friday June 5th from 7 … Continue reading

Romero’s Empire of the Dead heading to TV

George A. Romero’s Empire of the Dead is coming to the small screen courtesy of Demarest Films. Romero’s comicbook series, which incorporated vampires into the mix with the zombies for which he is best known, arrived from Marvel in 2014. “ZOMBIE GODFATHER GEORGE ROMERO UNLEASHES HIS NEXT UNDEAD EPIC—AS AN ALL-NEW MARVEL COMIC!” ran the … Continue reading