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The following site may have been done with Photoshop, but it sure looks cool…the Sci-Fi Airshow is certainly an air show I’d attend, even if none of the stuff actually flew. I hope some more ships are included soon, and higher-res pictures. I mean, who’s really seen a Mark IX Hawk up close?
Few TV shows have fans 40 years after they first aired. Star Trek is one… Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea is another.
VTTBOTS expert Linda Delaney brings us tinto the world of the show, to find why this is so.
Exclusive: Update on ‘Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea’ Movie
Producer Kevin Burns on the status of the Irwin Allen franchise
By Robert Falconer http://www.cinemaspy.com/article.php?id=3832
Three or four years ago, you may recall, there was some chatter online about a new Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea feature film, based upon the classic ’60s motion picture and television series created & produced by the late Irwin Allen. While there was apparently some movement towards fashioning a big screen epic, the whole thing seemed to fizzle shortly after it was announced. The runaway success of last summer’s rebooted Star Trek — and the recent news about director Matthew Gratzner’s forthcoming re-imagination of Gerry Anderson’s UFO, not to mention the whole Hollywood trend towards remakes — got us thinking once again about those other classic mid-to-late-’60s science fiction properties—which led us back to wondering what’s happening with Voyage, if anything. Might there be renewed interest in it?