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

  • Willy Wonka Themed Restaurant To Open At Universal Studios

    Posted Sunday, March 20th, 2016 02:00 pm GMT -4
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    Universal Studios Orlando is opening a Willy Wonka – inspired restaurant, which now that I think about it, feels very overdue. Called the Toothsome Chocolate Factory, the restaurant will be located on Universal CityWalk where patrons can watch the chocolatey concoctions being prepared. The restaurant will open later this year. Here’s a blurb from their […]

  • Check Out What Could Be The Last Drone Footage Of Area 51

    Posted Sunday, March 20th, 2016 01:00 pm GMT -4
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    Videographer Hans Faulkner may have the last drone footage of Area 51. While working on a documentary about aircrafts, Faulkner trekked up to the border of the top-secret Air Force facility to get a better look via his drone. After viewing the footage, you can get a better understanding of how tucked away this Southern […]

  • Marvel Launches ‘Girls Reforming The Future Challenge’ For Girls Interested In STEM

    Posted Sunday, March 20th, 2016 09:00 am GMT -4
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    Leading up to the premiere of ‘Captain America: Civil War’, Disney and Marvel have teamed up with Dolby Laboratories, Synchrony Bank, Broadcom Masters, and the National Academy of Sciences to launch Captain America: Civil War – Girls Reforming the Future Challenge, a new contest for girls interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics). Young women can submit […]

  • Check Out These Designs For A Spaceship That Could Travel At Warp Speed

    Posted Sunday, March 13th, 2016 12:00 pm GMT -4
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    With the amount it’s used in science fiction, the idea of warp speed, or traveling faster than the speed of light, almost feels like it’s as real as photosynthesis or swiping right. A few years ago NASA engineer Harold White made headlines when he announced he would begin theorizing ways we could potentially travel faster […]

  • Throwback Thursday: ‘Day of the Dead’ (1985)

    Posted Thursday, March 10th, 2016 06:09 pm GMT -4
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    Given that it’s Women’s History Month, many sci-fi fans like to look at some of the female powerhouses of the genre—Buffy, Ripley, Sarah Connor, etc. However, for today’s Throwback Thursday—a look at sci-fi of the past—let’s examine an overlooked female protagonist, Dr. Sarah Bowman from George A. Romero’s 1985 zombie flick, ‘Day of the Dead’. […]

  • Can Sci-Fi Help Us Colonize Other Planets? The White House Seems To Think So

    Posted Sunday, March 6th, 2016 12:00 pm GMT -4
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    Even though a manned mission to Mars may still feel unattainable, the White House isn’t giving up on the dream of one day colonizing other planets in our solar system. The Office of Science and Technology held a workshop earlier in February called Homesteading in Space – Inspiring the Nation through Science Fiction. Deputy Director […]

  • NASA’s Journey To Mars Initiative Faces Serious Setback

    Posted Sunday, February 21st, 2016 03:00 pm GMT -4
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    Here’s some bummer news for those hoping we’d reach Mars one day. After a Congressional hearing earlier this month, it’s looking like NASA may not be able to send people the Red Planet any time soon. The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology weren’t too convinced by NASA’s Journey to Mars Initiative claiming its […]

  • Scam Alert: Stranded Astronaut Claims He Needs Money To Get Back Home

    Posted Sunday, February 21st, 2016 09:00 am GMT -4
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    This week in “Is this a prank?” news, an email scam has hit many inboxes that is so ridiculous you might want to check your spam for a good laugh. We’ve all received the email from a Nigerian bank representative asking us to send money, but this latest one heightens to an astronomical level… literally. […]

  • Stephen Colbert Has New Hope For Spider-Man Being Real

    Posted Sunday, February 14th, 2016 07:00 pm GMT -4
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    After  concluded that it would be physically impossible for a human to climb walls like Spider-Man, Stephen Colbert expressed his disappointment on‘The Late Show’. After watching Colbert’s woe, researchers from Stanford sent Colbert a video declaring that it’s entirely plausible that a human could climb a wall, thanks to a nifty device they’ve created. Take […]

  • Here Are Some Official Tips From The CIA If You Spot A UFO

    Posted Sunday, February 14th, 2016 03:00 pm GMT -4
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    If you spot an unidentified object in the sky, your first instinct may be to contact Agents Scully and Mulder. Unfortunately, these are fictional characters, but the CIA has got your covered. The article “How to Investigate a Flying Saucer” has been posted on the Featured Story Archive on the CIA website. It includes 10 […]

  • New Scholarly Journal From The Museum Of Science Fiction Now Available Online

    Posted Sunday, February 14th, 2016 09:00 am GMT -4
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    The Museum of Science Fiction has just released its first scholarly science fiction journal that is now available for you to download. According to the Letter from Editor Monica Louzon, the debut issue of ‘MOSFF Journal of Science Fiction’ includes essays “that explore science fiction through analysis of various themes, including—but by no means limited […]

  • Throwback Thursday: ‘Pet Sematary’ (1989)

    Posted Wednesday, February 10th, 2016 08:00 pm GMT -4
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    The non-profit organization Women in Film embarked on a challenge called 52 Films by Women. The campaign is to get people to watch one film a week directed by a woman. Incorporating the hashtag #52FilmsByWomen, it’s a really great idea both for the industry and our culture as a whole. So while picking out some […]

  • One Million Moms Boycotting Olive Garden Over ‘Lucifer’

    Posted Sunday, February 7th, 2016 12:00 pm GMT -4
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    The group One Million Moms is urging other concerned parents to boycott the Olive Garden for being a sponsor of the Fox show ‘Lucifer’. One Million Moms is a fundamentalist Christian organization aimed at stopping the media from creating and promoting content with sordid values that could negatively impact children. And boy, are these moms […]

  • The Science Behind Bitchy Resting Face

    Posted Sunday, February 7th, 2016 09:00 am GMT -4
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    Since around 2013, the term bitchy resting face (or resting bitch face) has been a part of our lexicon. The term refers to humans whose neutral expressions come across as annoyed or judgmental to others. Of course, women were the primary culprits because God forbid there’s ever moment where a woman isn’t smiling! However, Kanye […]

  • Neil DeGrasse Tyson And B.o.B Get Into A Rap Battle About The Earth Being Flat

    Posted Sunday, January 31st, 2016 03:00 pm GMT -4
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    In what feels like a throwback to Insane Clown Posse thinking magnets are magic, rapper B.o.B took to Twitter to proclaim he doesn’t believe the world is round. (Maybe this is more of a throwback to the Middle Ages, but who cares about eras when hashtags weren’t a thing?) While many a celeb has spout […]