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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Sci Fi News Daily Digest: First Look at Philip K. Dick’s Unpublished Work, Lost Writer to Adapt Stephen King's Under the Dome, Bryan Fuller Working on The Munsters and Hannibal, and More

News and Updates November 8th: A First Glimpse at Philip K. Dick’s Mesmerizing, Previously Unpublished Work - Philip K. Dick, author of Scanner Darkly and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, is perhaps one of the most lauded science fiction writers of our time (And certainly one of the most adapted).

Hollywood Reporter: Lost Scribe Tapped for Showtime's Adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome - The well-known comic book writer (Y: The Last Man) has been tapped to adapt Stephen King's 2009 novel Under the Dome, which is in development at Showtime.

Deadline Hollywood: Bryan Fuller’s NBC Double: Daisies Creator Has Two Projects Eyeing Series Orders - Within the next month or so, Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller may have two series on NBC. He is behind two high-profile projects, The Munsters and Hannibal, both of them on a script-to-series track.

Sci Fi Trifles from Axiom's Edge: Useless but essential pop culture tidbits and trivia from the worlds of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror.

Publishers Weekly: Publishers Weekly Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Books of 2011 José Padilha Talks About His Robocop Remake Harlan Ellison Wins In Time Lawsuit

Deadline Hollywood: Hayley Atwell Joins Captain Nemo

Geeks of Doom:
Banned Star Trek Nazi Episode Boldly Goes On TV For First Time In Germany

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