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Top celebrities in the field of science and science fiction like Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Elon Musk.

Joshua Sky15 days ago
Into The Expanse and Beyond: A Conversation with Television Showrunner Naren Shankar
Naren Shankar has a long-running career in science fiction television. He's written for such critically acclaimed series as Star Trek: The Next Generation, SeaQuest DSV, Farscape, and The Outer Limits...
Jason Schwartz25 days ago
Why Jared Leto Is the Perfect Choice to Team Up With Omni
It was recently announced that Jared Leto and his production company, Paradox, have teamed up with Omni to produce new original content. For those who aren't aware, Omni was a science and science fict...
Jeremy Frommera month ago
Most Famous Authors Who Published in Omni Magazine
From 1978 to 1998, OMNI Magazine released countless articles about then-cutting edge science and society, making it one of the most prominent science-related products on the market. Bob Guccione's pro...
OMNI Staffa month ago
'Blade Runner 2049' Star Jared Leto Partners With Omni Magazine for Production Deal
This article originally appeared in Variety by Dave McNary on June 27th, 2017. Jared Leto is partnering with Omni Magazine in a deal to produce original content, Variety has learned exclusively. Jerri...
Joshua Sky3 months ago
A Conversation with Fabrice Giger, CEO of Humanoids
Fabrice Giger is easily one of the most influential trailblazers in the comic book world, yet many fans and professionals don’t know his story. In 1988, at the age of 23, he purchased Humanoids, Europ...
Sarah McDaniel3 months ago
What is Heterochromia?
Perhaps you've seen someone with different color eyes, or skin with different color pigmentation; this is most likely a condition called Heterochromia. The term derives from the Ancient Greek words "h...
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Roger Crow5 months ago
The Woman Conquering Space
Across the Pond, Gale Anne Hurd and Kathleen Kennedy have become two of the most powerful women in Hollywood after years of hard graft on respective projects such as Aliens, The Walking Dead and the r...
Most Profitable Science Fiction Films of 2016
2016 was another good year for Hollywood and we managed to sell $11.372 billion or 2.2% more. We also sold 1.3208 billion tickets or 0.1% more.
Eddie Wong7 months ago
David Bowie's 'The Man Who Fell to Earth'
Let us consider the genre of classic rock-music movies. We had Magical Mystery Tour, featuring The Beatles. It was amusing in 1968, but it is an embarrassment by today's standards. Groundbreaking effects then, but Millennials don't have much patience for the limitations of the past. Then there was Tommy, so garishly produced, over-acted, over-hyped, and generally insensitive that it was cut-rated down to second-run theaters within weeks of its release, and Lisztomania, its follow-up, fared even ...
Ryan Sprague7 months ago
Confessions of a Conspiracy Geek
On May 19th, 2002, a finely strung bow was tightly wrapped around nine (although it is now ten) seasons of what is arguably one of the greatest science fiction shows to ever hit the television airwave...
Justin Maury7 months ago
Best Carrie Fisher Tribute Art
Since Carrie Fisher’s unexpected passing, fans have been taking to social media to pay tribute to a beloved actress, woman, and intergalactic savior. Old photos, videos and quotes have resurfaced of t...
Zach Foster7 months ago
The Career of Carrie Fisher, Sci-Fi Princess (Part 2: 1985-2016)
Continued from Part 1: 1969-1984 Star Wars catapulted the young Carrie Fisher into stardom overnight, which led to wild partying and drug use. Since her recovery from those days, she always took respo...
Zach Foster7 months ago
The Career of Carrie Fisher, Sci-fi Princess (Part 1: 1969-1984)
Carrie Fisher passed away this morning, and her passing leaves tens of millions of sci-fi and Star Wars fanatics stunned. Already, the obituaries and Facebook tribute artwork are flowing freely as peo...
Joshua Sky7 months ago
Interview with Mike Resnick
At 74 years old, Mike Resnick is only hitting his stride. Just last week he handed in the eighth book he wrote this year, and he has clocked in 13 short stories and just sold a fantasy trilogy to DAW ...
Jeremy Frommer7 months ago
Al Hirschfeld's Legendary 'Star Trek' Illustrations
Iconic illustrator Al Hirschfeld was drawn to Star Trek. His first vision of the classic Star Trek came at the behest of TV Guide who commissioned him in 1966 to be part of a review of the premiere. T...
Will Stape8 months ago
Queens Of Naughty: Sci-Fi’s Sexiest Bad Girls
“Brave words. I've heard them before, from thousands of species across thousands of worlds, since long before you were created. But, now... they are all Borg.” The Borg Queen to Data, Star Trek: First...
Joshua Sky8 months ago
To Preserve a Demon 
Writer/editor Jason Davis has a special ambition -- to catalog, digitize, edit, correct, annotate and re-publish (or publish for the first time, in some cases) all of Harlan Ellison's writings. Twenty...