Tuesday, March 31, 2009


Green Day and the Berkeley Repertory Theater are making a musical out of "American Idiot".

Brandon Sanderson and Tor announced that the final Wheel of Time book is actually going to be a trilogy. I never thought it was possible to wrap up that story in one volume, so no real surprise.

RIP Andy Hallett. The actor who played Lorne (the lounge singing demon) in Angel has died at age 33 from heart disease.

Space.com has an article about the problems of space debris and how the suggestions have been ignored. I just laugh at the reference to Quark as actually making an attempt to comment on the potential problems of trash in space.

SciFi Wire has an interview with James Marsters (mostly about his role in Dragonball Evolution).

There have been a bunch of casting announcements for the Twilight sequel, New Moon, in the last week or so. Seems a bit late since the release date is this November.

Zap2It has an interview with Rob Thomas and a review of Cupid to prepare us for the premier tonight.

Two articles on new developments for stem cells: Yahoo on a safer way to make the cells, and chinaview.cn has an article on signaling pathway discoveries that could aid in transplant effectiveness.

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