science fiction

Guillermo del Toro’s “Pacific Rim” movie gets monster Kaiju teaser gallery

Guillermo del Toro’s “Pacific Rim” movie gets monster Kaiju teaser gallery

This week the folks responsible for promoting the upcoming film Pacific Rim have done a bit of spilling from behind the scenes as well as right up in front of the cameras. What you're about to see is this film's essence, with several characters wearing futuristic space suits doing battle with monster beasts from the sea. This upcoming film event is being directed by Guillermo del Toro and will appearing in both 2D and 3D as soon as July 12th.

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Star Wars Episode VII trailer marks first fakery gone viral

Star Wars Episode VII trailer marks first fakery gone viral

Here in the spring of 2013, very little is clear on how the now Disney-owned Lucasfilm will be going about releasing the next wave of Star Wars films. What is clear is that they will, indeed, be releasing not one, but several live-action films based in the Star Wars universe - but that small an amount of information isn't going to stop the massive waves of fans of the series creating mock-up trailers such as the one you're about to see today, passing them off as real for the fun of it.

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Ender’s Game trailer reveals child genius training for future alien war

Ender’s Game trailer reveals child genius training for future alien war

It's finally time to get a good look at the film adaptation of the science fiction novel classic Ender's Game with the first official full-length trailer for the movie. This trailer is just under two minutes long and has Harrison Ford speaking in what might be the least intense declaration of intent in the history of on-film representations of the military, rivaled only by his admittedly unenthusiastic voice-over for the theater version of Blade Runner. That said, the visuals appear to be bringing a fully prepared vision from director Gavin Hood and producer Bob Orci.

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Ender’s Game movie trailer imminent as viral campaign makes way [UPDATE]

Ender’s Game movie trailer imminent as viral campaign makes way [UPDATE]

Today is the day the Ender's Game movie gets its first full-length trailer. But before it's released, the company behind the production is pushing a full-breadth viral data campaign to support it. Much in the same way Prometheus was supported by the virtual presence of the company Weyland Industries, here Ender's Game is heralded by the International Fleet. This government group plays a major part in the Ender's Game story, and here appears with propaganda aplenty for those anticipating the film.

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Audi Spock vs Spock continues Star Trek crossover advertising

Audi Spock vs Spock continues Star Trek crossover advertising

As it was with the Acer Enterprise-esque spot that turned out to be a rather strange Windows 8 computer by the name of Aspire R7 last month, so too do the stars of Star Trek appear this week in a video spot for Audi. In their newest crossover appearance, both original Spock and new-age Spock have a bit of a battle on the road, complete with so many Star Trek references your head will spin. This spot is also home to a driverless / self-driven Audi vehicle in addition to the Audi S7, as driven by Zachary Quinto.

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Ender’s Game Movie teaser trailer makes major spoiler for the uninitiated

Ender’s Game Movie teaser trailer makes major spoiler for the uninitiated

For those of you waiting for May 7th to see the first look at footage from the upcoming science fiction movie translation of the book Ender's Game, you're in for a treat. This week the folks at Summit Entertainment have released a teaser for the full trailer complete with an introduction by Harrison Ford and Asa Butterfield, they playing two of the main characters from the story. But beware - if you're one of the rare people out there halfway through the book right this moment in preparation for the film, you'll be spoiled heavily.

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Trekkies get their own Roddenberry approved home on the web

Trekkies get their own Roddenberry approved home on the web

Star Trek fans have a lot to look forward to in the next month or so as the latest film in the franchise comes to theaters. That movie is sure to be one of the most popular films of the summer, but the movie isn't all Star Trek fans have to look forward to. Roddenberry Entertainment has teamed up with Wikia to launch what is being called the ultimate Star Trek fan portal.

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Touch and type Acer notebook appears in Star Trek teaser

Touch and type Acer notebook appears in Star Trek teaser

This week a touch and type combination notebook from Acer has appeared in the first product-toting teaser video spot for Star Trek Into Darkness that's appeared in what's set to be a several weeks-long dual-brand campaign. While from what we've been told Acer does not plan on having any products appear in the film itself, this cross-promotional teaser will benefit both Acer and the folks behind Star Trek. The film Star Trek Into Darkness is about to be released both in the United States and internationally, while the device appearing in the teaser is set to be revealed in full on May 3rd.

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Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer 3 revealed with major spoilers

Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer 3 revealed with major spoilers

If you want to know what's going on in the Star Trek movie coming out near the middle of May, you've got two options today. You first option is to wait until May 17th and go to your local movie theater for some up-close-and-personal action like a normal, decent person. Your second option is to watch the newest trailer released for the film today, complete with more spoilers than you'll feel clean about having watched.

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LucasArts shut down by Disney

LucasArts shut down by Disney

The Star Wars video game company LucasArts has been closed down and is in the process of being broken apart by Disney. As Disney owns LucasFilm and the rights to all media therein, the video game subsidiary LucasArts is (or was) part of what they purchased. With this breakup of the company, Disney will be moving from an internal development model (with LucasArts) to a licensing model, this allowing companies from across the market their chance at developing video games in the Star Wars universe.

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