Looking back at 2007 : part one

SF Universe – Another year is at an end, so I thought I’d take a look back at some of the Sci Fi stories that made the news this past year. We lost a couple of the greatest Science Fiction authors, several classic Sci Fi shows and movies were remade and JJ Abrams was the man of the year with both Star Trek and Cloverfield rating high on the buzz meter.Let’s start at the very beginning. . .


Pan’s Labyrinth earns six Oscar nominations making it the most nominated Scifi/Fantasy film

James Cameron set to direct Avatar

Lily Munster, Yvonne De Carlo, passes away

Smallville “Justice” pre-screened online

New Line in regard to the litigious Peter Jackson’s involvement with The Hobbit, “It will never happen during my watch.” (Wanna bet?)

Click to see the events of February and March.


Fox confirms remake of the classic The Day the Earth Stood Still

J.J. Abrams will direct Star Trek XI

Kevin Smith helms CW’s Reaper

Whedon quits Wonder Woman

Fans lobby to save Carson Beckett


US Postal Service unveils Star Wars stamps

300 conquers the box office

George Lucas talks Clone Wars the animated series

Third Stargate series “Universe” said to be in the works

Come back tomorrow for part two


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