Co-creators and showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy talk artificial intelligence, all those season one finale payoffs, and deconstruct Nolan’s original ending for Interstellar.
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Sci-fi has always taken inspiration from the present as it predicted the future. The rise of the machine age inspired Jules Verne and H.G. Wells to spin stories of fantastic submarines and rockets […]
Original costumes from The Wizard of Oz and The Princess Bride, the Back to the Future Hoverboards, a wall of space guns, a periodic table of magic...you can find them all at the MoPOP in Seattle.
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If you stop and think about it… Fifth Element is pretty creepy, isn’t it? Don’t get me wrong, I love the film, but Leeloo is basically two weeks old when she gets with […]
The Handmaid’s Tale premiered on Hulu on Wednesday, and it is hard to watch. Make no mistake though; you should absolutely watch it. It’s a masterful piece of television. I honestly can’t think of […]
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Toho’s first animated Godzilla movie, the studio’s 30th about the monster, won’t arrive in American Netflix cues until later this year. Fortunately, we won’t have to wait that long to learn what Godzilla: […]
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The Expanse came back with a two-hour premiere last night that reminded us why it’s one of the best sci-fi shows on TV. The premiere had all the politics and sci-fi action that […]
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Director Duncan Jones has been blowing us away ever since Moon was released in 2009. Even in his less than successful efforts, namely Warcraft, he shows a knack for visual storytelling in the […]
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Jon Spaihts is a huge science nerd. The screenwriter behind Passengers can ramble on about theoretical science fiction topics, throwing out words that might sound nonsensical to most. For a movie like Passengers, […]
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National Geographic’s documentary/drama hybrid Mars premieres tomorrow night, and if the pilot episode is any indication, fans of hard sci-fi will find a lot to like about it. The show begins with the […]
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The internet is filled with streaming services, and now they’re getting more particular, hoping to cater to a specific genre and audience. Recursor is the latest in this widening catalog of options. The […]
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These days, it is very hard to find games that are unique. More and more, it feels like there is less innovation as developers put out an endless parade of open world sandbox games […]
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