We can’t travel to any of the other 100 billion galaxies in the universe yet, but their photons can travel to us. Capturing those photons over a ten-day period results in the most profound and humbling image ever created, the 2004 image known as the Hubble Ultra Deep Field. Now it’s brought to life in 3D, letting you fly through 10,000 galaxies as they were 13 billion years ago.



(Source: latinoreview.com) James Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Jesus Christ, Zeus, Buddah and The Watcher from the Marvel Universe are teaming up with IMAX to give out free tickets at select IMAX theaters to watch 16 minutes of never before seen Avatar footage.

The LA Times has more:

With two screenings on Friday, Aug. 21 (at 6 and 6:30 p.m.), the “Avatar” preview will include an introduction from Cameron and some new footage not shown during July’s Comic-Con International convention in San Diego. “Avatar,” which will be released in December, is Cameron’s first feature since 1997’s Oscar-winning hit “Titanic,” which generated global ticket sales of more than $1.8 billion.



(darkhorizons.com) “Battlestar Galactica” may be making the jump to the big screen, but not in the way you’d expect.

HitFix reports that “X-Men” and “Superman Returns” director Bryan Singer may just be producing and possibly directing a new “Battlestar Galactica” feature film.

However, like the upcoming “Buffy” reboot, the film will NOT be based on the recent Sci-Fi Channel series that ran from 2004 to 2009 but rather a reworking of the original concept from the original late 70’s TV series.

    
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