Katee Sackhoff has finally found a project that will take full advantage of all of her talents: Rain, which she wrote and will executive produce and star in. Now, we just need an actual premiere date to circle on our calendars and count down to.
Holy Ice-hockey-Jesus-on-a-Pogo-stick. I can't believe the darkness in this short by Joseph Kahn, a "deboot" of the Power Rangers, as he calls it—a fan film, "not a pilot, not a series, not for profit, strictly for exhibition." A free fan film starring Katee Sackhoff, the iconic Starbuck from Battlestar Galactica.
The new horror movie Oculus has a lot going for it. There's a neat concept: a cursed mirror destroyed a family years ago, and the kids want revenge. There are strong performances by genre stalwarts Karen Gillan and Katee Sackhoff, and arresting visuals. Unfortunately, as with any trick mirror, much of this depth is…
Oculus, the horror movie about an evil mirror starring Doctor Who's Karen Gillan, has been getting rave reviews since it hit some festivals last year. And now, here's a trailer that shows why that is, along with explaining a lot more of the movie's plot. Warning: trailer is spoilery!
Karen Gillen and Katee Sackhoff are set to — well, I was going to say "star in Oculus, a new horror movie from the Paranormal Activity people", but does it really matter? I bet I could have written "Karen Gillen and Katee Sackhoff play a game of Battleship", and I'm pretty most of you would still watch this video.
Marvel Studios producer Louis D’Esposito recently mentioned the idea of doing a Captain Marvel movie. Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff recently revealed she's in talks with Disney/Marvel for... something. Is this the first inkling that we're getting a Katee Sackhoff-led Captain Marvel flick? God I hope so.
There aren't too many characters like Richard B. Riddick nowadays. He's an old-fashioned sort of anti-hero, whose amoral brutality is tempered by a code of honor. He was great in his first movie, but it turns out that antiheroes have a hard time supporting a franchise. As his new movie, Riddick, sadly proves.
This weekend brought us a brand-new trailer for Riddick, pitting Vin Diesel against a fresh set of alien horrors. Vin Diesel, Katee Sackhoff, and Riddick director David Twohy sat down at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss how Riddick advances the series' mythology and why they wanted to make it an R-rated film.
After almost a decade of cinematic silence, audiences will finally become reacquainted with Vin Diesel's Furyan killing machine in Riddick, the third installment of writer-director David Twohy's film series. We visited the set during filming in March 2012, and talked to the cast and crew. Here's what we found out.
Soon enough, Karen Gillan's time on Doctor Who will be over. But it looks like she's not leaving genre fare behind, thank goodness. Gillan is starring in Occulus, a new horror movie from Absentia director Mike Flanagan. And Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff just joined the movie as a co-star. It sounds as though…
Filming on the third Riddick movie is proceeding apace — and Vin Diesel went ahead and posted a few new pictures to his Facebook page. Including our first look at Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff as an alien bounty hunter who's hunting our favorite Furyan. Plus an alien monster.
The Riddick cast and crew have been locked out of their Montreal studio over unpaid bills — and meanwhile Katee Sackhoff has reportedly been offered the role of a Riddick-tailing bounty hunter. So what's really going on with the silver-eyed Furyan?
One of the greatest scenes in Frank Miller's graphic novel Batman: Year One is the dinner party that Batman crashes, in which he warns Gotham's rich and mighty that from this moment on, none of them is safe. Now you can watch that scene brought to life, in the first clip from the Batman: Year One direct-to-DVD…
The animated adaptation of Frank Miller's comic Batman: Year One has an impressive voice cast. From Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston to Eliza Dushku and Katee Sackhoff, this could be one of the coolest animated voice casts yet.
At the Caprica roundtables, we finally got to sit next to Ronald D. Moore. And we couldn't resist asking him: What was the deal with Starbuck at the end of Battlestar Galactica? Here's what he said.
A traveling underground fight club fights local werewolves. No, you're not still drunk — this is the premise of an actual film titled, Growl. "It's the last sound you'll hear." Starring Katee Sackhoff. Quick, give it all your money now.
Battlestar Galactica comes to an end this Friday... but why does it have to end at all? Never mind Caprica, here're some other possible additions to the BSG family that could one day happen.
Katee Sackhoff knows who the final Cylon is on the bleak space-opera Battlestar Galactica — and she's not telling. Sackoff, pictured here in a photoshoot from the latest Entertainment Weekly, did drop some weird and fascinating hints about BSG's fourth season during a conference call with reporters. The most…