Over at Tor.com, Natalie Zutter discusses “Why We Shouldn’t Reboot ReBoot”. One of Hefferon’s big arguments was the need to update ReBoot’s structure, plot, and pop culture/technology references for a 21st-century, post-social media, cloud-inhabiting audience. Not only do these kids Read More
HBO Orders “Westworld” to Series
Hot on the news that HBO is adapting Asimov’s Foundation trilogy, HBO has announced that Christopher Nolan is also penning a television series based on the 1973 “classic” film Westworld. For those of you too young to have seen this Read More
HBO Adapting Isaac Asimov’s FOUNDATION TRILOGY
SF Signal reports that Jonathan Nolan is penning an adaptation of Asimov’s seminal Foundation Trilogy. Having just watched Interstellar I can say that Nolan has the chops to pull this off. I’m not a huge fan of Foundation, or Asimov Read More
Being John Malkovich Remake?
Why? Who Could Star in a Modern Being John Malkovich Remake? | Tor.com MS
Arthur C. Clarke’s 3001: THE FINAL ODYSSEY to be Developed as SyFy TV Miniseries Produced by Ridley Scott
SF Signal reports that Arthur C. Clarke’s 3001: The Final Odyssey is to be adapted by SyFy. Ridley Scott’s production company Scott Free Prods. and Warner Horizon Television are developing the miniseries. Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, Clayton Krueger and Read More
Prepare to get Lost in Space … again.
Blastr reports that there is a reboot of the 1960s television series Lost In Space. Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless, who penned Dracula Untold, have been hired to script the revamped Lost in Space. The original series was set in Read More
Tetris: The Movie
Ars Technica is reporting that the same crew responsible for Mortal Kombat has plans to make a Tetris movie. It’s worth stating again at this point that a Tetris movie is not a joke. Then again, neither were Universal’s option on an Asteroids movie in 2009, nor Warner Bros.’ Read More
Kim Stanley Robinson’s MARS Trilogy Being Adapted for TV
Adaptation Watch: Kim Stanley Robinson’s MARS Trilogy Being Adapted for TV – SF Signal This is fantastic news. Robinson’s Mars Trilogy is one of the most powerful, deep, well written and important pieces of science fiction of the bast 50 Read More