New USA Sci-Fi Drama "Colony" Asks the Question "What Would You Do?"

USA’s new science fiction drama Colony had one of the coolest promotional stunts at San Diego Comic Con this past year.  Troops of red beret wearing soldiers marched through the streets of the Gaslight District.  If you were lucky (like our very own Bustle Girl!) you were able to grab a selfie with one of the soldiers and earn yourself your very own red beret. Now that the show has…

Blade Runner 2 to Begin Filming in 2016

Harrison Ford confirmed that filming would begin on the sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 film Blade Runner in the Fall of 2016 during a Star Wars fan event at the Sydney Opera House in Australia in December. ‘We’ve got a really good script, a good story and a good director and a wonderful cast for the continuation of this story surrounding Blade Runner. I start that on the fall of…

Star Trek: Axanar Executive Producer Releases Statement About Lawsuit by Paramount/CBS

Earlier today we were all stunned by the announcement that Paramount/CBS had filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Star Trek fan production Axanar. (The full complaint can be found here.) Fan productions are nothing new to the Star Trek Universe and there have been several high profile and very professional ones in recent years including Axanar and Star Trek Continues. It’s that very professionalism that seems to be bothering the…

Independence Day: Resurgence: Captain Steven Hiller Dies in First Test of Alien Hybrid Fighter

We’ve known for quite some time now that Will Smith would not be returning as Steven Hiller to join most of the original cast in the sequel Independence Day: Resurgence.  While the actor’s reasons for not choosing to return aren’t exactly clear the reason his character will be missing from the sequel have been revealed on the new website The War of 1996. Launched yesterday with the trailer the website…

Shanan Winters, an Interview With The Author Part I

Shanan Winters Interview   SW: (laughs) My mind is always going. D: Yeah, mine tends to do that too, sometimes. SW: It’s always …Like I said I’m never alone.  I don’t know if you saw my blog post today about my conversation that I had with Ken last night, about why I haven’t been sleeping.  And it’s because I left Harmon in a predicament and he didn’t like it. D:…

Mark Watney: Space Pirate (a.k.a. The Martian)

Mark Watney: Space Pirate (a.k.a. The Martian) by Durrilion Matt Damon’s latest film opens with panoramic scenes of both space, and Mars.  Within seconds of establishing the crew’s location on the red planet, inter-character comedy begins.  Normally this is where one would expect a lengthy build up, primarily exposition, before the action takes over.  Not so with The Martian.  Barely five minutes in and suddenly an impossibly large and powerful…

Pepsi Celebrates Back to the Future with Pepsi Perfect

October 21, 2015 is the date that Marty McFly went to visit his future self and save his kid from making a terrible mistake.  While we don’t have flying cars or truly workable hover boards one thing we will have – at least for a limited time – is Pepsi Perfect! “Fans have always been a little crazy about it,” says Lou Arbetter, PepsiCo’s senior director of marketing, about the…

New Trailer for Ridley Scott's "The Martian" Released

“The Martian” is in theaters October 2, 2015

Set Sail With The Crew(s) of The USS Enterprise

Sailing on January 9, 2017 for a 6 day/6 night immersive tour of duty will be the first ever Star Trek Cruise. Star Trek: The Cruise will offer 6 days and 6 nights of unique experiences including dramatic performances, comedy shows and concerts by Star Trek actors; intimate speaking engagements with leading scientists, influencers and experts; themed parties, nightclubs, bars, casinos and private islands; interactive games, screenings, competitions and so…