If you, like us, have been waiting with trepidation to see Bryan Singer's take on John Boorman's epic Arthurian movie, Excalibur, you can stop waiting; because the planned remake is—to put it mildly—dead in the water.
Star Wars fans aren't the only ones who get to have fun with massive LEGO models. Take Battlestar Galactica fan and master LEGO builder Garry King, who spent two months on a replica of a Battlestar from the acclaimed BSG revival series so massive Edward James Olmos could climb in and fly it.
When it comes to the popular pastime of forcing people into tidy, easily identifiable boxes, two of the most popular identifiers that crop up are "nerd" and "geek." Often the way we differentiate one from the other is debated. This latest graphic tries to boil the debate down to its simplest and most pure elements.
If watching Star Wars and Star Trek wasn't enough to get you thinking about joining the Rebel Alliance or signing up for Starfleet Academy, we've found some propaganda posters that ought to have you running off to enlist.
We decided to celebrate Labor Day by spotlighting one of the toughest jobs on the planet: giving birth. Yeah, we know Labor Day...
Remember how Battlestar Galactica gave a nod to Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper with its official promo pic one year? Well, two fans of the show just used their wedding day to give BSG a nod of their own!
Where there's crime, there's undoubtedly someone looking to capitalize on it, and sci-fi and fantasy is rife with shady characters ready to take...
The Smithsonian's National Museum of American history has uncovered a baffling Battlestar Galactica mystery in, of all places, its Medicine and Science collection. And now its resident sci-fi fan needs your help in figuring out exactly where this frakkin' artifact came from.
Battlestar Galactica may be gone, baby, gone, but that doesn't mean it can't live on in your den, thanks to an awesome auction that begins tomorrow.
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