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Director of disastrous Island of Dr. Moreau remake wants to try again

Director of disastrous Island of Dr. Moreau remake wants to try again

More than two decades after his first attempt at filming a classic H.G. Wells novel ended as a legendary disaster, the same director wants to give it another go.
Sci-fi author Stephen Baxter on his War of the Worlds sequel, The Massacre of Mankind

Sci-fi author Stephen Baxter on his War of the Worlds sequel, The Massacre of Mankind

In this dizzying digital age of sequels, prequels, and spin-offs, it's almost inconceivable that there was never an official authorized sequel written to H.G. Wells' 1898 masterpiece of alien
5 classic H.G. Wells stories that need to be made into movies ASAP

5 classic H.G. Wells stories that need to be made into movies ASAP

There is little disputing that that the influence of English author H.G. Wells is still keenly felt in modern sci-fi. Often called the Father of Science Fiction (though it's a title also often
Even Val Kilmer agrees The Island of Dr. Moreau was as ‘bad’ as everyone said

Even Val Kilmer agrees The Island of Dr. Moreau was as ‘bad’ as everyone said

Trying (and failing) to get Robin Wright to play his girlfriend in Batman Forever, taking casting reassurances for his superhero role from Sean Penn, and admitting that the The Island of Dr. Moreau
HG Wells Practically Invented Modern Tabletop Wargaming

HG Wells Practically Invented Modern Tabletop Wargaming

For his work on novels like War of the Worlds and The Island of Doctor Moreau, British author HG Wells is rightly lauded as a visionary. What often gets lost amongst the applause for his ideas on
HG Wells Practically Invented Modern Tabletop Wargaming

HG Wells Practically Invented Modern Tabletop Wargaming

For his work on novels like War of the Worlds and The Island of Doctor Moreau, British author HG Wells is rightly lauded as a visionary. What often gets lost amongst the applause for his ideas on
Israeli Company Successfully Grows Bones from Fat Cells

Israeli Company Successfully Grows Bones from Fat Cells

Haifa-based biotech company Bonus BioGroup has entered the second trial of a clinical study seeking to regrow bones in a lab. The first trial, which began four years ago and comprised 32 patients, was
Night Vision

Night Vision

When I was 16, I read “First Love,” by Vladimir Nabokov. He describes a trip on the Nord Express train, which went from St. Petersburg to Paris. “I would put myself to sleep by the simple act of
Filming begins on BBC’s Edwardian era adaptation of The War of the Worlds

Filming begins on BBC’s Edwardian era adaptation of The War of the Worlds

Filming is underway on the BBC’s adaptation of H.G. Wells’ 1898 novel The War of the Worlds that will be set in the Edwardian era. It’s the first time there’s been a British television version, and
Space the Nation: Weaponizing data

Space the Nation: Weaponizing data

The headlines: How Trump consultants exploited the Facebook data of millions Cambridge Analytica: How did it turn clicks into votes?

Geek Road Trip: NJ's War of the Worlds museum (and coffeehouse) for the alien invasion that never was

80 years ago, Orson Welles broadcast an adaptation of H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds over the airwaves–terrifying listeners, altering the medium of radio forever, and providing an early glimpse of

Development roundup: The Time Machine, Revenge of Magic getting adaptations

Science and magic are indistinguishable at a certain level of complexity. So of course we’re reporting on a time-travel story and a coming-of-age wizard tale at the same time. They’re basically the

Jeff Wayne releases new War of the Worlds musical drama starring Michael Sheen: Listen to an exclusive clip!

"Ladies and gentleman, we interrupt our program of dance music to bring you a special bulletin from the Intercontinental Radio News..."It was with those simple words, read on a radio broadcast on the
How fake news about a science fiction became a persistent myth

How fake news about a science fiction became a persistent myth

We know now that in the early years of the twentieth century this world was on edge, teetering on the verge of a war of…
Listen to the Sci-Fi Radio Drama That Kinda-Maybe-Sorta Caused a Panic 80 Years Ago

Listen to the Sci-Fi Radio Drama That Kinda-Maybe-Sorta Caused a Panic 80 Years Ago

Radio dramas have made a comeback over the past few years, with podcasts like Welcome to Night Vale, The Bright Sessions, and Limetown (whose second season launched this week) reviving the bygone era

Andy Muschietti to direct H.G. Wells' The Time Machine produced by Leonardo DiCaprio

Director Andy Muschietti is very quickly filling up his dance card.
‘IT’ Helmer Andy Muschietti to Direct Reinvention of H.G. Wells’ ‘The Time Machine’

‘IT’ Helmer Andy Muschietti to Direct Reinvention of H.G. Wells’ ‘The Time Machine’

Now that IT helmer Andy Muschietti and producer Barbara Muschietti have moved into post-production on the much-anticipated sequel IT: Chapter 2, the filmmaking (and sibling) duo are wasting no time

IDW founder Ted Adams reinvents H.G. Wells' The Island Of Dr. Moreau for wild new summer miniseries

With provocative explorations of intriguing concepts like transhumanism, inter-species evolution, and the madness inflicted by a runaway creation complex, H.G. Wells' literary classic The Island of