Science Fiction

The UN Is Working On A Preemptive Ban On All Killer Robots, So Your Grandparents Can Rest Easy

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The UN is taking steps to avoid the kind of scenarios that have fueled science fiction nightmares for years.

Movies

20 Fascinating Facts You Might Not Know About The Original ‘Robocop’

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Come quietly and read this article of 'RoboCop' facts or there will be trouble.

Science Fiction

'Under The Dome': Five Reasons To Watch

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CBS is delivering a science fiction limited series, and there might be a lot more to it than your typical summer series.

David Foster

Yet Another Chump’s Trying To Pitch A New Star Trek TV Series

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Ever since Enterprise got yanked off the air, everyone in the universe has tried to pitch a new Star Trek TV series.

Blake Masters

Colossus: The Forbin Project Remake Gets New Writer

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While it's one of the most well-regarded science fiction films of the 70s, chances are you've never heard of Colossus: The Forbin Project.

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Our Love is Real: a Surprisingly Earnest Tale of Sexual Perversion

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This week, writer Sam Humphries (CBGB: The Comic Book, Fraggle Rock) and artist Steve Sanders (Uncanny X-Men: The Heroic Age, Sword, Five Fists of Science) released their perverse sci-fi one-shot Our Love is Real.

Movies

Brent Spiner Is Begging To Get Into Star Trek 2

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<a rel="attachment wp-att-37778" href="http://gammasquad.uproxx.com/2011/07/brent-spiner-is-begging-you-to-get-him-into-star-trek-2/brent-spiner-data-star-trek"></a>Brent Spiner, best known as the lemon-colored android Data from Star Trek: The Next Generation, is currently starring in a webseries called Fresh Hell, where he plays a fictionalized version himself trying to get his acting career together.

Babylon 5

J. Michael Straczynski’s Optioned A Classic Harlan Ellison Story

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As acclaimed and prolific as writer Harlan Ellison is, there haven't been many recent adaptations of his work.

Netherlands

Klingon Opera To Appeal To Two Different Kinds Of Nerds

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If you're one of those people that feel that Opera is too accessible and easy to understand, you'll love the entirely-in-Klingon opera u, which will premiere in The Netherlands in September.

Beach reading

UPROXX Summer Guide: Five Great SF Beach Reads

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It's summer, and all of us have an obligation, during the summer, to get up, gather together our families, find the nearest body of water, and go push ourselves towards skin cancer.




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