When we last got an update on this project, Warner Bros. was going full-steam ahead with it. Now, writer Seth Grahame-Smith says the whole thing has been shoved back once again.
The creators of the beloved, Canadian, and CG-animated cartoon have announced that they're finally making a new ReBoot series, and I find it quite appropriate that although details are scarce, it sounds like it'll take place in the exact same world of the original!
Here is an itty bitty update on the "reimagining" of the beloved CG-animated TV series ReBoot (or the ReBoot reboot, if you will). Apparently, the new show is still in the works and now has a logo and title.
It looks like Stargate is about to lose its status as one of the major movie franchises that have never been rebooted. Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin are officially returning to the world of Stargate with a "re-imagined" trilogy of films.
Yesterday evening, NASA officially granted permission to a group of scientists and enthusiasts who want to do what NASA can't afford: Make contact with a 36-year-old satellite called ISEE-3 that's still capable of taking directions for a new mission. It's the first agreement of its kind—and it could hint at where the…
What makes a reboot a reboot, and a retcon a retcon — and what makes a show one, and not the other?
The more we hear about the Rosemary's Baby miniseries remake, the more excited we get. And now that Zoe Saldana has been cast in the lead, we're hooked. Just look at that talent behind this 4-hour feature.
Is our love of character reboots a source of creative inspiration, that lets us re-imagine and reinvigorate our favorite stories? Or is it a symptom of a progressively timid nostalgia that comforts us with the familiar (but this time, with more lens flare)?
The trend of horror television will not stop — hooray! Entertainment Weekly reports that the classic 1968 movie Rosemary's Baby is getting a rebooted as a four-hour, miniseries on NBC.
Remember ReBoot, the wacky CG animated series set inside a computer, starring a collection of green sprites who spend their days fighting Hexadecimal, Megabyte and playing the users' games? Well it's bAAAaaaaack!
Angry Superman, dumb Lone Ranger, another round of Star Trek and Iron Man ... have we completely forgotten how to create fresh characters and fictional worlds? And is poor little Harry Potter already forgotten?
Continuing with Hollywood's spiraling dive into remake hell, Paramount Pictures says they will reboot Terminator in 2015, James Cameron's 80s science fiction classic starring Arnold Schwarzenegger—who will be back for this trilogy rehash.
In this week’s “Postal Apocalypse,” you guys ask the tough questions about Game of Thrones, Avengers and cybernetic hand replacements, and I give you the hard answers, mostly because giving you soft answers sounds even dirtier. The mailbag is running low, so please don’t forget to send your questions to email@example.com
It’s hard to find good help these days — or any day, really. If you’re an evil mastermind, hiring a decent henchman to help you take over the world is usually a lot harder than the taking over the world part. Here are just a few of the most famous evil henchmen who never won “employee of the month.”
With last night's premiere of Voltron Force, the world was introduced to three new cadets who are going to be trained to eventually become pilots. Unfortunately, the three are a psychopath, a speed freak, and a nerd.
Even big time SF authors can't resist doing fanfic. And why not? Our favorite writers are fans just like us. John Scalzi, author of Old Man's War and internet darling, probably read Little Fuzzy by H. Beam Piper as a kid. This tale of humans debating the intelligence of a cute, fuzzy alien species has charmed readers…
MTV has finally released the first official trailer for their TV series reboot of the Teen Wolf franchise. So what's different from the original Michael J. Fox version? It's not just the switch from basketball to lacrosse.
Could the next nostalgic movie sequel for Jeff Bridges be Starman 2? He's certainly open to it. In fact, he's got a few questions from the original he'd like answered in the sequel.
A crazy internet rumor picked up steam over the weekend. Whisperings of an Edward Scissorhands remake have been floating around, with everyone's favorite unwashed vampire, Robert Pattinson, in the lead. To which we say, "No."