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- G.A.G. has posted an enormous gallery of Star Wars/Disney mash-ups
- Make you own Weeping Angel Tree Topper
- Tim Burton-style Avengers
- Tastefully Offensive offers this gallery of clever Halloween costumes.
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- Interview: The cast of Cloud Atlas discuss portraying multiple characters.
- Interview: Extensive inside Look at Cloud Atlas featuring Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, and a round-table discussion with the Directors
- Interview: Star Wars and the Disney deal: Mark Hamill speaks
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- Air New Zealand’s latest safety video has a Lord Of The Rings theme.
- Argo’s amazing science-fiction facts
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- Interview: BBC interviews Philip Pullman and Neil Gaiman
- Interview: Fantasy is the topic of discussion in The Drawing Room tonight — personal fantasies and fantasy writing.
- Interview: Fantasy Book Critic interviews Joe Abercrombie
- Interview: Radio National interviews Angela Slatter of The Girl with no Hands
- Nordic Noir: The Story of Scandinavian Crime Fiction is a documentary which investigates the success of Scandinavian crime fiction and why it exerts such a powerful hold on our imagination
- 12-year-old uses Dungeons & Dragons to help scientist dad with his research: Cognitive scientist Alan Kingstone wanted to test whether people look at each others’ eyes or simply to the center of faces. Some had suggested an answer would be impossible to discern because humans’ eyes are in the center of their faces. But Alan’s son, Julian, a fan of D&D, told his father about D&D monster characters that have eyes in unusual places, such as on their hands or tail. “[Julian suggested] if you just showed them these images, you could find out whether they are looking for the eyes or not. I thought, actually, that’s a very good idea,” Kingstone said in an interview. The paper describing the results – “Monsters are people too” – was published in the British Royal Society journal Biology Letters this month, with 14-year-old Julian named as the lead author.
- EMP Missile Is No Longer Science-Fiction
- How’s this for a future-tech idea? A guy who sequenced his own DNA wants to make a 3D printer that prints vaccines with the data to do so sent via e-mail. Please insert your own “I got a virus from the internet” joke here.
- Robots Moving Closer to Humans: As computers evolve, relationships between people and machines get complex.
- Interview: ‘Firefly’ Exclusive Clip: How Nathan Fillion Joined Serenity Crew
- Interview: Kate Mulgrew says Picard and Janeway were only REAL Trek captains
- Interview: Matt Smith: Neil Gaiman episode will be favourite among Who fans
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- Watch Michael Moore’s Audition Tape To Direct Star Wars VII
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