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That new Supergirl show might not be for you — and that's okay

It’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s not … for you, maybe. But that doesn’t make it not good.

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New Jurassic World viral video fills in the gaps between now and Jurassic Park

Need a quick dino-primer? This InGen infomercial fills in the scientific gaps between past and present Jurassic films.

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Disney exec teases Marvel and Star Wars TV channels could be in the works

Do you like what you’re seeing from Marvel on ABC and Netflix? Enjoying Star Wars: Rebels on Disney XD? Well, get ready, because a lot more could be coming our way.

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Animatic clip reveals alternate take on Age of Ultron's Hulk vs. Hulkbuster battle

Hunker down for this awesome animatic showing an alternate scene’s armor-clattering concept art from Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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Guillermo del Toro reveals what could've been with his aborted Silent Hills game

Director Guillermo del Toro’s intriguing new videogame project Silent Hills died a tragic death in development hell, but here’s what could’ve been.

 

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Little-known sci-fi fact: We almost got TWO versions of Miles Morales

Your friendly Ultimate Spider-Man already has legions of fans, but apparently we almost got two of him.

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SciFriday: Why Can’t We Open Up The Hugos?

No one is disputing the prestige of these awards, but there are still some issues
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Trek Attraction To Open In Jordan

A 184-acre themed entertainment resort will be built in Aqaba, Jordan and The Red Sea Astrarium (TRSA) will include a Star Trek attraction inspired by Star Trek XI.

The Star Trek-themed center will “will serve as the cornerstone of the TRSA sector’s “world of tomorrow,” and will “mark the iconic property’s first themed entertainment venue outside the United States.”

The Star Trek attraction will “deliver a variety of multi-sensory 23rd-century experiences, culminating with a state-of-the art space-flight adventure that takes real-time immersive entertainment experiences to bold new heights.”

The Red Sea Astrarium will feature “classic story telling combined with immersive entertainment experiences to bring about a world-class leisure adventure.  Capturing the rich history of the surrounding area, this wondrous attraction draws from Nabatean, Babylonian, British and Roman influences to provide an incomparable adventure.  With an impressive array of technologically advanced attractions, five-star accommodations, captivating theatrical productions, nighttime spectacles and unique dining and shopping, The Red Sea Astrarium offers something for everyone.”

“At its core, Star Trek is about bringing worlds together and about a profound hope for the future,” said Liz Kalodner, EVP and General Manager of CBS Consumer Products. “We are proud to bring such a unique, interactive Star Trek property to this part of the world to be a part of Jordan’s future.”

Trek fans will remember that King Abdullah II of Jordan is a Star Trek fan. While still a prince, King Abdullah had a non-speaking role in Star Trek: Voyager: Investigators, where he played a science officer.

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Video of the Day: Geek Girl Actress Willing To Do Anything To Get Star Trek Sequel Part

Excitement is building for the Star Trek sequel which is hoped to be going into production this summer. And our video of the day is from a geek girl actress who appears willing do just about anything to land a part on JJ Abrams second Star Trek. Check it out below. 

 
Geek Girl’s "Open Letter" […]

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Snow White Film With Julia Roberts Set To Open Same Day As Star Trek Sequel

The 2012 Star Trek sequel just got some more competition. Tonight it was announced a live-action adaptation of Snow White, with a cast headed by Julia Roberts, will open June 29th, 2012, the same day as the Star Trek sequel. 

 
Evil Queen Julia Roberts Takes On Star Trek Sequel
Tonight the Relativity Media announced they […]

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