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'The Winds of Winter' Release Date, News & Updates: George R. R. Martin Attracts Crowd at Worldcon 2016, Remains Elusive About Sixth 'A Song of Ice And Fire' Novel [VIDEO]

"Game of Thrones" fans got the rare chance of meeting George R. R. Martin in person at the 74th World Science Fiction Convention 2016. However, they failed to squeeze details about the release date of "The Winds of Winter," the forthcoming sixth novel of "A Song of Ice and Fire" series.

How Star Trek: Discovery Can Blaze a Trail for Diversity in Science Fiction - More to beam up.

yesterdayHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Star Trek fans have been eagerly awaiting the new Star Trek: Discovery series due out next year. Recently Bryan Fuller, co-creator and executive producer of the new series, announced that the lead character will be played by a woman, and many news outlets are indicating the actress will likely be a person of color. Show More Summary

Idiocracy Director: It's Kind Of Scary How Quickly The Movie Became A Documentary

Submitted by Carey Wedler via, For years, fans of the 2006 cult film Idiocracy have lamented society’s drift toward the fictional reality in which farmers and leaders water their crops with sports drinks but can’t figure...Show More Summary

Fulfill Your Fictional Fantasies With This New Harry Potter Cafe

Harry Potter fans, hold on to your broomsticks because there's a new Hogwarts Cafe and it's going to blow you away. The latest fantasy-filled establishment was created by childhood friends Hassan Khan, Ouj e Zahoor, and Emad ur Rahman in Islamabad, Pakistan, as reported by the Huffington Post, and it's as magical as it sounds. Show More Summary

David Bowie's ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ Soundtrack Is Being Released—40 Years Later

5 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

The perfect collectible for fans of the Thin White Duke and vintage 1970s science fiction.

More haste, less speed: Don't rush to publish premature theory

The undignified rush of theoretical physics to explain a possible new particle, which has turned out to be an illusion, verged on fan fiction for the universe

The "All-New, All-Different Avengers" Take on Fan Fiction in "Annual" #1

Mark Waid, G. Willow Wilson, Chi Zdarsky and more approach fan fiction in a playful, thoughtful way in "All-New, All-Different Avengers Annual" #1.

Akira Fans Pay Tribute To The Anime's Iconic Motorcycle

Akira will never not be the shit. Released in 1988, the cyberpunk-ish anime still boasts a cult following that appreciates biker gangs, science fiction and big, sad explosions. Yesterday, filmmakers Brad Kremer and Dean Fowler released an incredible CG Akira tribute “trailer” that was six years in the making. Show More Summary

This is probably the reason why there are so many damn Pidgeys in 'Pokémon Go'

Pokémon Go is a game that allows lifelong fans to occasionally catch their favorite fictional animals in between an absurd amount of Pidgeys, Rattatas and Zubats. If you've ever wondered why a handful of common Pokémon show up so often...Show More Summary

My Kansas City World Science Fiction Convention schedule

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

I'm flying into Kansas City for part of Midamericon II, the 74th World Science Fiction Convention, and while there, I'll be on panels, give a reading, and sit down with fans for a kaffeeklatsch. (more…)

Five Nights At Freddy's Sister Location Will Be Opening Soon

For you horror fans in the audience, or perhaps folks who just really enjoy games about fictional dining establishments, it looks like we finally have a launch window for Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location.

10 Gay Fan Fiction Romances People Love (And Hate)

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Finding a great queer romance in our favorite films, comic books, and TV shows is usually about as easy as finding diversity at a Republican National Convention. However, that hasn’t stopped fans from finding ways to help their favorite characters find a little forbidden love. In fact, Shipping – the vocal desire of fans to [...]

The Best Cosplay We Saw at San Diego Comic-Con

Vulture's trip to Comic-Con included panels, trailers, and monsters. But in the end, Comic-Con is for the fans. And the fans at SDCC put tons of time and effort into creating costumes based on their favorite fictional heroes — you've never seen more Wonder Womans and Harley Quinns in the ... More »

Comic-Con 2016: Celebrating 50 Years of "Star Trek"

You could tell during this year's San Diego Comic-Con that the 50th anniversary of "Star Trek: The Original Series" was very much in the mind of pop culture and science fiction fans. But if you weren't able to make it to SDCC, thereShow More Summary

Is Jerry Doyle Dead? Science Fiction Fans Mourn As Rumors Of The Death Of B5’s Garibaldi Are Confirmed

Jerry Doyle, actor, would-be politician, and talk radio host, has died. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Doyle was found dead at his Las Vegas home Wednesday, July 27. Laura Metzger of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said the death did not appear suspicious and there were no signs of foul play. Show More Summary

Star Trek 50th Anniversary Best Lines T-Shirt

Celebrate 50 years of the most quotable lines in science fiction with the Star Trek 50th Anniversary Best Lines T-Shirt. Boldly go and seek out new Star Trek fans with an eye-catching shirt that features some of the most well-known lines from 50 years of Star Trek. Can anyone read ‘Live long and prosper’ without […]

Fiction: A Thriller for Fans of ‘Girl on a Train’ and ‘Gone Girl’

In Flynn Berry’s “Under the Harrow,” a woman is determined to find her sister’s murderer.

Why You Shouldn’t Take Donald Trump’s Love Affair With Russia Lightly

For all the gorgeous, LGBT-friendly murals and erotic fan fiction the Trump-Putin ship has inspired, it could have some serious, high-stakes implications.

The CallBack: Starz's Survivors Remorse Star Teyonah Parris Talks Season 3, The Tough Road to Acting, Plus not Receiving a Callback for A Year

I've been A Teyonah Parris fan since she brought Dawn Chambers to life on a little show called Mad Men. The first black woman to work for fictional character Don Draper at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, was feisty, beautiful, and smart, yet real. Show More Summary

Turn Is Ending, But It's Not All Bad News

History buffs and fiction fans alike have had a gem of a series in AMC's Turn, which has spent three seasons telling the story of a spy ring than turned the tide of the Revolutionary War. Sadly, Turn has been cancelled, but there's no need to rage just yet.

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