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October 17th, 2007, 04:19 PM
From the SciFi Channel's SciFi Magazine:


(Will Smith from "I Am Legend" on the cover.)


I Am Legend
Will Smith easily defeated the invading aliens of Independence Day and Men in Black – but does he have what it takes to survive post-apocalyptic New Yorkers?

The Golden Compass
Director Chris Weitz translates the best-selling dark fantasy novel for the screen, and, amazingly, author Philip Pullman was there every step of the way.

Southland Tales
Richard Kelly's debut film, Donnie Darko, started out as a box-office disappointment and ended up a cult classic, so it's too soon to declare the director's new troubled flick DOA.

Director Richard Avery uses state-of-the-art animation and an all-star cast to turn an ancient epic into a modern-day classic.

The Mist
Frank Darabont went behind bars with Stephen King to thrill and chill in The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile. Check out the bloody mess in the aisles when they team up to hunt for horror in the supermarket.

Blade Runner
Twenty-five years after Blade Runner first hit theaters, Ridley Scott returns for a final cut to bring back the world of Philip K. Dick the way the director always meant it to be.

Thanks to one of the best-orchestrated viewer campaigns in TV history, the apocalypse has been put on hold, which means that Skeet Ulrich and his co-stars will return for another radioactive season.

Battlestar Galactica: Razor
Executive producer Ronald D. Moore flashes back to fill in the blanks in Battlestar Galactica with the series' stars in the special two-hour original movie.

Tin Man
The yellow brick road gets a makeover as SCI FI reimagines Oz with stars Neal McDonough, Zooey Deschanel, Alan Cumming, Richard Dreyfuss and more in the original miniseries.


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