Keira Knightley is set to star in Domino, scripted by Richard Kelly of Donnie Darko.
The summary, from Hollywood Reporter:
The real-life story centers on Domino Harvey, the daughter of actor Laurence Harvey, who starred in the original version of “The Manchurian Candidate.” Domino Harvey ditched a career as a Ford model to become a bounty hunter. The project has long been gestating at Scott Free, but it heated up when Scott took to Kelly’s script, which incorporates flashbacks, flash-forwards, and characters from “Beverly Hills, 90210.”
Suzy McKee Charnas talks about teaching at this year’s Clarion East, a writer’s workshop for fantasy and science fiction
As Star Wars fans, we really have no right to complain about merchandising. But an Arwen’s pendant navel ring? That might just be going a bit too far.
Sue Rostoni has revealed the titles for the 2005 post-NJO trilogy by Troy Denning. The trilogy is Star Wars: Dark Nest, and the titles are The Joiner King, The Unseen Queen, and The Swarm War. Rostoni also said that Raynar Thul of the YJK books, last seen in Star by Star, will play a major part.
Apparently, there is such a huge book of rules surrounding the Harry Potter franchise, that fans have had to get creative to pursue their passion.
In one instance, fans made Harry Potter Canadian!
Be grateful, my friends, that LFL is so nice in how they let us play in their galaxy.
Can’t wait for Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince to be finished? Keep up with the news and find what’s been proven (and disproved) at this handy info site.
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This is creeping me out. Imagine Mark Hamill, and that McRandle chick naked and floating arund the room, like if in space. Perish the thought!
discretely avoiding linking to our archive of archaic Luke/Mara fanfic. I’m sure there’s floaty sex in there somewhere, but I value my sanity too much to actually look.
The science fiction magazine Amazing Stories initially debuted in 1926 or so and was for decades a source of science fiction and fantasy short stories. It faded away in the ’90s, but has been revived by the good folk over at Paizo Publishing.
Amazing‘s “first issue of the 21st century” (as the cover proclaims) showed up at San Diego Comic-Con a week or so ago. Now edited by Dave Gross, former editor of Star Wars Insider, it adds media coverage, including book/movie/computer game reviews, to the standard mix of short stories, columns, and letters to the editor. It also bumps the format up to 8″x11″ from the digest size that has been standard for SF&F short story publications.
The first issue features Spider-Man on the cover and fiction by Timothy Zahn, Bruce Sterling, and Gene Wolfe, among others, inside. The URL to Paizo’s Amazing Stories page is http://www.paizo.com/amazing.
Ewan McGregor has survived his 20,000 mile motorcycle ride around the world.
The ‘stache is scaring Yav
If he gets mowed down now by a taxi on Fifth Avenue, I’m going to be pissed.