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Sci-fi romance Passengers adds Laurence Fishburne to cast
Don Kaye

A genre favorite is joining a star-studded cast in this long-developing original sci-fi project.

Take a closer look at Storm and more in 8 official hi-res pics from X-Men: Apocalypse
Nathalie Caron

Professor X's young new team will face off against their most villainous opponents yet in Bryan Singer's next mutant-filled opus, X-Men: Apocalypse.

It all comes to a head in first full trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
Trent Moore

It’s been a long wait, and three movies in the making, but we finally have the first full trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2. Want to see?

Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence's sci-fi flick Passengers gaining momentum
Jeff Spry

Jurassic World's monster box-office grab has provided the nudge to get this long-gestating sci-fi project launched.

Jennifer Lawrence says her tenure with the X-Men could be over soon
Don Kaye

With her X-Men contract almost up, the Oscar-winning actress has revealed whether there is more Mystique in her future.

Jon Spaihts' long-delayed Passengers is after two major sci-fi stars
Matthew Jackson

One of the hottest unproduced sci-fi scripts in Hollywood has attracted two big names.

14 Groundbreaking 2014 moments for women in sci-fi
Cher Martinetti

The past year 2014 to be full of monumental moments for women on screen, behind camera and in print in our favorite genres.

New info appears on female Ghostbusters, including potential A-list stars
Trent Moore

We’ve heard a lot of buzz about the upcoming all-female Ghostbusters reboot, and the massive Sony data leaked has revealed a ton of new intel on the project.

 

The reviews are in: Is Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 any good?
Trent Moore

Regardless of whether it’s good or not, the latest installment in the Hunger Games franchise is going to make a boatload of cash at the box office this weekend. But should you see it?

X-Men: Apocalypse will put a Magneto/Mystique romance front and center
Dany Roth

The good news is that it sounds like the next X-Men movie won't be yet another Wolverine show.