Though it may seem like a distant memory, a forgotten relic of the 1990s and laughable portent of big-budget studio epics gone awry, few remember that Kevin Costner's post-apocalyptic 'Waterworld' was considered ambitious in its time. Nearly 20 years later, could it be time for a return to 'Waterworld'? New reports suggest that Syfy could look to the forgotten franchise for a new TV series, or even feature film, but could the prospect ever find dry land?
It may be Black Friday, leaving one half of the populace scrambling to find the best deals in stores and online (just like you can!), and the other still in a tryptophan coma from last night's over-indulgence, but that doesn't mean the world stops spinning! Even better than holiday shopping, we've got the fifth and sixth epsiodes of 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' to be frakkin' grateful for! So what's next for Adama and Coker? Find out inside!
For as long as man has dreamed of the mechanical age, humanity itself has faced only one truly pressing question: how long will it be until we can watch giant robots beating the sprockets out of one another? That age is nearly upon us, as 'Robot Combat League' will soon dawn on Syfy! No mere wheeled contraption hacking away at another, 'Robot Combat League' will feature the long-dreamt of 8-foot tall 'bots smashing one another with their 'Real Steel' fists, but how long until we see them in action?
Whether because we truly missed the franchise, or because we've been waiting since 2010 to see it, in its first two episodes 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' has lived up to everything we expected it to be. We have to imagine things will get even crazier when Syfy broadcasts the series in its entirety as a full-length movie next year, or even the unrated DVD release, but how would you like to check out the next installments in the Machinima series right now?
Thank the gods! It's been a long time coming since we first heard news of another 'Battlestar Galactica' prequel being produced at Syfy, but especially arduous considering all the development and distribution trouble that prevented 'Blood & Chrome' from going to regular series. The day has finally arrived, as Machinima has premiered not just one, but the first two episodes of the new 10-part series! So, does the "Blood & Chrome" fly, or is it just a frakkin' mess?
Earlier this week, we were ecstatic to learn that 'Battlestar Galatica's' long-awaited prequel series 'Blood & Chrome' would finally make its debut this Friday, November 9, albeit not in the full-series pickup we had hoped for. The pilot movie will instead be divided into 10 short episodes, to be displayed on Machinima before debuting in its entirety on Syfy next year. With that in mind, how would you like to see the first harrowing clip of a young William Adama in action?
Frakkin' A, it's about time! Since 2010 'Battlestar Galactica' fans have eagerly awaited news of the prequel series "Blood and Chrome," set to follow a young William Adama in the early days of the Cylon war. Though shot, the pilot bounced around through various phases before Syfy finally decided to pass, dashing many a fan hope until now. We've just learned that the series will in fact premiere this Friday, so check out the new trailer inside!
Back at the 2012 Upfronts, the Syfy channel announced plans to produce upwards of 28 new shows. Since then, they've also added M. Night Mshyamalan's 'Proof' and Bryan Fuller's 'High Moon,' and now one more is being added to the mix.
Boy, that Bryan Fuller is going to have a lot on his plate in the coming year. Not only is the former 'Pushing Daisies' and 'Wonderfalls' show-runner about to tackle The Munsters with upcoming reboot 'Mockingbird Lane,' but Fuller will re-energize himself with some fava beans and a nice chianti, taking 'Hannibal' to series in mid-season. Now we're learning Syfy wants a piece of Fuller, and is over the moon about 'High Moon.'
Though he's in post-production with his latest film 'After Earth,' M. Night Shyamalan isn't missing a beat and has a show called 'Proof' headed to the Syfy channel. The game plan is that he'll co-write and direct the pilot, and serve as executive producer.