Stargate | ‘Fire and Water’, and ‘The Tomb’ Have a Connection You Might Have Missed
The Stargate SG-1 episodes ‘Fire and Water’ and ‘The Tomb’ are seasons apart but share connective tissue in ancient Mesopotamian mythology.
CGI Fridays | Henry LaBounta Turned Down Star Wars for Steven Spielberg
Probably the only person at ILM to prefer Star Trek over Star Wars, Henry LaBounta shares his career with Ed Kramer on CGI Fridays Episode 4.
Stargate’s Brad Wright: My Rules for New Sci-Fi Shows
Brad Wright, co-creator of Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, and Stargate Universe, and creator of Travelers, explains how rules underpin science fiction.
CGI Fridays | Frank Vitz Wanted the Stargate CGI to Melt Your Mind
From pitching Tron to opening the Stargate, Frank Vitz discusses his career in visual effects in the new episode of Ed Kramer’s CGI Fridays.
CGI Fridays | Jeff Kleiser’s Strange Journey from Super-8 to Stargate
From Tron and Tide to Stargate‘s breathtaking transformations, Jeff Kleiser shares his story with Ed Kramer in the second episode of his CGI Fridays podcast.
CGI Fridays | How ‘Monster Kid’ Mark Siegel Made it at ILM
From clown college to CGI, Mark Siegel talks Ghostbusters, Star Wars, ET, and getting into the industry in Ed Kramer’s CGI Fridays Episode 1.
Star Trek | Seven’s Queerness is No Surprise to Voyager Fans
Long before Picard confirmed her queerness, Seven’s chemistry with Janeway in Star Trek: Voyager was anything but platonic.
Tank Girl | Lori Petty Walked so Harley Quinn Could Run
Lori Petty revisits the chaotic cult classic, Tank Girl, 25 years after the movie’s disastrous release.
To Boldly Ask... | How Robert Picardo Shaped Voyager’s Story
From ‘Someone to Watch Over Me’ to the Doctor’s real name, Robert Picardo explains how he shaped Star Trek: Voyager's story.
Everything Everywhere All at Once | Rafiq Bhatia on Son Lux's Epic (and Eclectic) Score
It sounds like a Zen koan: what does Everything Everywhere All at Once sound like? Son Lux's composer Rafiq Bhatia explores the glorious anarchy.
To Boldly Ask... | Marina Sirtis on Finding Her Voice, The Queen, and Being Unapologetic
Star Trek royalty Marina Sirtis spills the Earl Grey on Deanna Troi, fighting for her voice, and why she left L.A. for London in this audio-only version of To Boldly Ask…
Babylon 5’s Claudia Christian Has Written a New Sci-Fi Comic
“The Expanse meets Blade Runner” in Babylon 5 veteran Claudia Christian’s new sci-fi comic, already fully funded on Kickstarter.
Babylon 5: The Road Home – First Look at the Animated Movie
The first stills from the Babylon 5 animated movie, Babylon 5: The Road Home, show off the Warner Bros art style.
Stargate Universe’s Ming-Na Wen Joins Hollywood Walk of Fame
Stargate Universe alumnus Ming-Na Wen gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She has apparently been in some other TV shows.
Warhammer TV Series: Shayna Baszler Wants In
Wrestler and 40K fangirl Shayna Baszler wants a part in Henry Cavill’s Warhammer 40,000 TV series as a fallen Sister of Battle.
The Orville Season 4: Chad Coleman is Hopeful
Chad Coleman is confident that fan-power could do for The Orville Season 4 what it did for The Expanse.
Babylon 5 Reboot Could be Sold to Another Network
The CW has axed a bunch of shows in development, saying they could still be sold to other networks. Could this include the Babylon 5 reboot?
The Expanse: A Telltale Series Begins July 27th
Telltale Games confirm a July 27th release date and fortnightly schedule for the 5-episode The Expanse: A Telltale Series.
Babylon 5 Creator Turned Down Star Trek: Enterprise
Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski puts right the rumor that he was asked to take over Star Trek: Enterprise.
New Stargate F-302 and Prometheus Eaglemoss Models Are Coming
Two unreleased Stargate models produced by Eaglemoss are coming from Master Replicas in June: Prometheus and the F-302 fighter-interceptor.
Stargate: Timekeepers Beta Will Open This Month
Slitherine Games confirm a July release and May beta for the long-awaited real-time tactics game Stargate: Timekeepers.