About Becky Feldman

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Becky used to play Power Rangers with her Barbies as a kid. She was a huge fan of Batman: The Animated Series, probably because it came on before the Power Rangers. Currently, she is living in California, pursuing her dreams of becoming an actor/writer/Black Ops agent who only fights mean demons. She’s written for Funny or Die, as well as some jokes for TV shows that were too good to air. You can also see some of her sketches performed live at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles. They’re mostly about the Power Rangers.
Favorites: Alias (Jessica Jones, not the TV show), Alias (the TV show), Alien, Angel, Arrow, Battlestar Galactica, Batman: the Animated Series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, E.T., The Giver, Huntress: Year One, Killer Nun, The Matrix, Predators, The Power Rangers, Queen and Country, Sunshine, Superman III, Vampire Diaries
Location: Los Angeles, CA

Becky Feldman - Writer

  • Book A Room At The UFO Hotel

    Posted Monday, May 25th, 2015 03:00 pm GMT -4
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    Until space tourism becomes a booming industry, you may have to settle for a night in a small California town off the I-15. Baker, California may just be a pit stop for many people en route to Las Vegas (and the home of the world’s largest thermometer), but it may soon become the home of […]

  • Scotland Yard Feared Trekkies And Sci-Fi Fans In The Late 90s

    Posted Monday, May 25th, 2015 09:00 am GMT -4
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    If you had lived in the UK in the late 90s, chances are Scotland Yard was keeping an eye on you. While performing research for his new book, ‘How UFOs Conquered the World’, Dr. David Clarke, a journalism professor at Sheffield Hallam University, came across a secret briefing note sent by Scotland Yard to the […]

  • Throwback Thursday: ‘Akira’ (1988)

    Posted Thursday, May 21st, 2015 04:00 pm GMT -4
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    Back in March, filmmaker Jaume Collet-Serra stated that no progress has been made on the development of a live-action version of ‘Akira.’ While this may be for better or worse, you can see the impact of ‘Akira’ in recent sci-fi movies including ‘Chronicle’ and ‘Lucy.’ The 1988 anime is today’s Throwback Thursday, a column where we […]

  • ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’ Now Available on Netflix

    Posted Wednesday, May 20th, 2015 03:00 pm GMT -4
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    It’s a good week to be Bill Nye, and it’s a pretty good week if you were a fan of ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy.’. 31 episodes of the venerable PBS Kids program are now available on Netflix for you to say, “Oh yeah! I remember that!” when music videos for songs like “Crust” by […]

  • So… Apparently There’s An Alien In The Mona Lisa

    Posted Sunday, May 17th, 2015 09:00 am GMT -4
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    The Mona Lisa is the most famous painting in the world bringing about everlasting intrigue. However, you might be surprised to learn that a few paranormal investigators believe Leonardo da Vinci makes an allusion to the presence of aliens in his famous portrait. According to a group of conspiracy theorists called The Paranormal Crucible, if […]

  • New ‘Star Wars’ Documentary Focuses On Biggs Darklighter

    Posted Friday, May 15th, 2015 08:00 pm GMT -4
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    Documentary filmmaker Jamie Benning of Filmumentaries.com just released a new short about ‘Star Wars’ character Biggs Darklighter who briefly appeared in ‘A New Hope’. Titled ‘Blast it Biggs! Where Are You?!”, the film includes an in-depth interview with actor Garrick Hagon about his experience auditioning for and filming ‘A New Hope’. In the final cut […]

  • Here’s What Westeros Would Look Like If It Were On Google Maps

    Posted Saturday, May 9th, 2015 05:00 pm GMT -4
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    Thanks to redditor selvag, you can now navigate Westeros in a way we all understand: Google Maps. You can actually purchase a physical version of the map on Etsy, perfect for any home office or actual trek to King’s Landing. Here’s a description of the map: If the world of Westeros was on Google Maps. […]

  • Throwback Thursday: ‘Stranger in a Strange Land’ (1961)

    Posted Thursday, May 7th, 2015 04:00 pm GMT -4
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    Since ScienceFiction.com’s column Throwback Thursday is typically dedicated to science fiction classics, instead of writing about awesomely mediocre movies that I consider classics, I figured why not write about a novel that’s touted as “the most famous science fiction novel ever written”? I’m taking about the first edition of Robert A. Heinlein’s ‘Stranger in a […]

  • Jedi Marriage Law Reversed

    Posted Monday, May 4th, 2015 12:00 pm GMT -4
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    Perhaps it’s just a misconception that a Jedi Knight can’t “have it all.” If you devote yourself to the Force, being happily married and having a robust personal life is simply out of the question. After all, Anakin Skywalker couldn’t do it without becoming a Sith Lord, so why should other Jedis even consider finding […]

  • James Marsters Reveals Joss Whedon’s Writing Process

    Posted Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 07:00 pm GMT -4
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    James Marsters, who we all know as Spike from ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ and ‘Angel,’ gave insight into Joss Whedon’s writing process, which turns out is pretty good advice for aspiring writers and creators. Marsters recently made an appearance at Wizard World in Las Vegas where he spoke with Buffy fan Doug Elfman of the […]

  • NASA Gears Up To Search For Alien Life

    Posted Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 05:00 pm GMT -4
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    NASA is getting serious about finding life beyond our planet. In a new initiative called The Nexus for Exoplanet System Science, or NExSS, NASA plans to study the different elements of exoplanets (planets that orbit a star other than our sun) as well as their host stars and neighboring planets to better determine if they’re […]

  • TV Superhero Shows Are All The Same (Duh)

    Posted Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 11:00 am GMT -4
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    The Daily Dot released an infographic to show that most superhero TV shows are very similar. I think most informed TV viewers would agree. According to the article’s writer, Gavia Baker-Whitelaw: “The reason for this overlap is simple: TV networks are notoriously conservative, and they want to stick with genres that got solid ratings in […]

  • Stephen Hawking Addresses Zayn Leaving One Direction

    Posted Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 09:00 am GMT -4
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    View image | gettyimages.com Clearly when one of the most notable cosmologists gives a talk, you’re going to want to ask him or her a question about the repercussions of Zayn Malik leaving One Direction. Stephen Hawking gave a presentation as a hologram at the Sydney Opera House. During the Q&A section, he was asked, […]

  • Joss Whedon Wanted To Direct A ‘Batman’ Movie

    Posted Thursday, April 30th, 2015 10:00 am GMT -4
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    He may be finished with the Marvel Cinematic Universe for now, but Joss Whedon might not rule out directing a DC movie. The ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ director spoke with IGN where he discussed the idea of helming a movie for DC. While he originally developed a Wonder Woman movie for DC in 2005, Whedon […]

  • Check Out A Color-Corrected ‘Man of Steel’

    Posted Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 09:00 am GMT -4
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    Despite the excitement over ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,’ many people felt Zach Snyder’s ‘Man of Steel’ was a bit drab, both in story and color palette. This certainly makes one question how ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ will turn out. Will it be too dark or take itself too seriously? While VideoLab […]