We'd already heard that Vin Diesel wanted to avoid the pitfalls of a PG-13 rating by going hard-R for the dark new Pitch Black sequel Riddick. Now co-star Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) has explained exactly what they did to earn it.
I know we all miss the awesome sci-fi action and intrigue from Ron Moore's critically acclaimed reboot of Battlestar Galactica. But some viewers are also surely missing a few of the lovely actresses who called the series home. Not to worry, Battlestar junkies—Tricia Helfer and Katee Sackhoff are here to help, thanks to a sexy new charity calendar.
With work underway on his new action flick Riddick, Vin Diesel has been leaking photos left and right via his official Facebook page—and he's finally let loose a peek at his new co-star Katee Sackhoff.
Everyone's favorite hot-headed fighter pilot has just been cast in the third Riddick movie.
The latest sequel in the Pitch Black series is bringing out the big guns. The cast for Riddick will feature sci-fi/fantasy heavyweights that...
When you decide to attempt a shot-for-shot re-creation of (arguably) the most important Batman story ever, it's time to bring out the big guns. DC Animated has done exactly that, especially when it comes to its female leads.
An animated version of the comic book classic Batman: Year One is about to become a reality—and lucky for us, some BIG names are stepping up to lend their voices to the film.
We love Katee Sackhoff. We loved her stogie-smoking, hard-drinking portrayal of Starbuck in the reboot of Battlestar Galactica, and we loved her brief appearances in the short-lived Bionic Woman reboot. This geek love is about to go to the next level when we "see" her in her next appearance.
When the news broke that Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's long-running comic Powers might get a shot at TV, readers and comics geeks were thrilled. Now, Powers is one step closer to being a reality, and one step closer to landing one heck of a leading lady.
The ex-Colonial fighter jock is starring as the titular femme fatale in a darkly comedic film about a woman getting revenge on a batch of her unsuspecting exes. Sounds like a very Starbuck thing to do.