I couldn’t find an embed code, but Buzzfeed has hard-coded the video on their site for your enjoyment and it looks pretty epic! Though there may be way too much cgi, that’s just how SyFy rolls these days. Still, I can’t wait… if it ever happens.
SyFy has put Blood and Chrome on hold indefinitely for TV, but it still may become a web series.
And I thought my shitty volcano science projects were cool. Not by today’s standards, not when you have these kids from San Rafael, California building a full motion Battlestar Galactica Viper simulator in someone’s back yard. Stupid smart kids.
Universal has greenlit a big screen adaptation of Battlestar Galactica based on the original 1978 series with Brian Singer on board to direct, and now the project’s taken one more step towards being reality with the addition of screenwriter John Orloff to the crew. Orloff recently wrote and produced the Universal film Anonymous, which looks at the theory that Shakespeare didn’t write the plays attributed to him.
Garry King likes building ships from the Battlestar Galactica universe, and he likes them big. His newest Battlestar Berzerk is so large that it requires internal supports for this 54-pound behemoth.
Created by PC modder Boddaker, this Battlestar Galactica creation not only looks gorgeous, but it’s a sweet little space machine. See the BSG logo on the front of the case? It’s a front-loading optical drive that lets you see the DVD spinning inside.
Ready yourselves, because Bigpoint’s Battlestar Galactica Online goes from closed to open beta on February 8. The MMO is browser based, meaning whether you’re on a Mac or PC or whether you’re at work or at home, you can pilot your Vipers or Cylon Raiders free of charge, though upgrades and whatnot will take real cash money.