Archive for May 8th, 2004
SCI FI Wire is full of news on movies being made or considered: James Cameron will begin shooting a new unnamed SF movie, using his 3-D highdef camera process. He’s also working on an update to the classic Fantastic Voyage; Production on Serenity begins in three weeks; Polar Express will be released in IMAX on the same date as traditional theaters (Nov. 19th); Arnold Vosloo thinks there will be a Mummy 3; and X-Men 3 will begin shooting in 2005.
Time to catch up on the news. The 30th Annual Saturn Awards were given out on Wednesday, with Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King taking the most awards with 8. Other theatrical winners include X2 and Finding Nemo, and in television Angel and C.S.I. (?!) tied for Best Network Series, and Stargate: SG-1 got Best Syndicated/Cable Series. Battlestar Galactica won for Best Mini-Series, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers won best DVD Special Edition Release, and Firefly won for best DVD Television Release. See the link above for the complete winners list.