About Janice Kay

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Janice's first memories of the genre were of watching the original 'Star Trek' and classic 'Doctor Who' episodes (Tom Baker, aka the Fourth Doctor, was her first). Soon, she was introduced to 'Godzilla' and her addiction then spread to books, magazines, movies and comics. Janice continued as a closet geek as her thirst and love for sci-fi grew and was only second to her love of baking. Then one night, on a whim, she answered a tweet to be a writer for ScienceFiction.com and the geek girl insider her was soon set free. Within 3 years she became the Senior Editor for the site. When not writing or editing for ScienceFiction.com, Janice is scouring the internet to feed her sci-fi cravings while defending conspiracy theories, protecting scientific theorems and loving all things science fiction.... and baking cookies.
Favorites: Doctor Who, Warehouse 13, Star Trek: TNG, Quantum Leap, X-Men movies, Merlin, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, Grimm, Arrow, Star Wars, Back to the Future, Torchwood, Being Human, Supernatural, Galaxy Quest
Location: Los Angeles, CA

Janice Kay - Senior Editor

  • ‘Logan’ Not Set In The Same Universe As The Other ‘X-Men’ And ‘Wolverine’ Films

    Posted Saturday, January 21st, 2017 12:14 pm GMT -4

    Right from the beginning Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold have stated that ‘Logan‘ would be different from the previous ‘X-Men’ films and from the trailers and stills released, it was obviously so. But how different is the film really? Jackman has revealed that his last outing as Wolverine doesn’t even take place in the same […]

  • CBS, Paramount Settle Over ‘Star Trek’ Fan Film ‘Axanar’

    Posted Friday, January 20th, 2017 05:04 pm GMT -4

    It’s a legal case that many in the nerddom have been following: CBS and Paramount suing the fan film ‘Axanar’ over ‘Star Trek’ copyright infringement. And now, after 13 long months of litigation, the case has now been settled before going to a jury trial on Jan 31. In a joint statement that was released: […]

  • Final Trailer For ‘Logan’ Prepares The Way For Hugh Jackman’s Final Wolverine Film

    Posted Thursday, January 19th, 2017 09:17 am GMT -4

    It’s no secret that ‘Logan’ will be Hugh Jackman’s final film as Wolverine, but even knowing this fact doesn’t take away the sting of seeing the last moments of this fan favorite mutant – especially in the final trailer for the film. Both Jackman and director James Mangold have made it clear that ‘Logan’ will […]

  • ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Casts James Frain As Spock’s Father

    Posted Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 04:00 pm GMT -4

    While the bad news is that ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ has once again been delayed, some good news came out from the CBS camp: James Frain has been cast to play Sarek, Spock’s father. Frain is no stranger to the genre having guest roles in shows such as ‘True Blood’ as Franklin Mott, Mr. Kohl in […]

  • George Lucas To Open $1 Billion Museum In Los Angeles

    Posted Tuesday, January 10th, 2017 07:09 pm GMT -4

    After years of looking for a site to open a public museum to house his personal collection, the iconic George Lucas has decided to choose Los Angeles, California as its permanent location. The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art which will be located in Exposition Park near Lucas’ alma mater USC, will feature pieces from the filmmaker’s […]

  • Mark Hamill Pens A Touching Tribute To Carrie Fisher

    Posted Tuesday, December 27th, 2016 11:01 pm GMT -4

    The devastating news that Carrie Fisher has passed away weighs heavily on fans but especially on her family, friends, and those who have worked with her. Fisher helped start the ‘Star Wars’ franchise that has entertained and inspired generations of sci-fi lovers and her co-star and dear friend Mark Hamill has eloquently expressed what we […]

  • ‘Alien: Covenant’ Red Band Trailer Is Bursting With Neomorphs

    Posted Sunday, December 25th, 2016 12:47 am GMT -4

    After many photo teases, the first trailer for ‘Alien: Covenant’ has finally arrived! After a somewhat lackluster response to ‘Prometheus,’ it looks like Ridley Scott has returned to what made ‘Alien’ a classic: the gore and horrors of space. If there was any doubt about this, then they should be dashed by this red band […]

  • These Marvel Superhero Yule Log Videos Will Get You In The Geekiest Holiday Spirit

    Posted Saturday, December 24th, 2016 09:00 pm GMT -4

    In many parts of the US, the winter holidays mean gathering with friends and family for food and merriment around a warm roaring fire. In fact, the image of this open fire has become such a tradition that many television stations now broadcast footage of a yule log for hours on end on Christmas day […]

  • Get Ready For The ‘Doctor Who’ Christmas Special With ‘The 12 Doctors Of Christmas’

    Posted Saturday, December 24th, 2016 08:27 pm GMT -4

    If you’re a Whovian, then you know it’s just not quite Christmas without a ‘Doctor Who’ Christmas episode and the folks at Doctor Puppet have given us a great present with their new music video featuring the Doctor (all 12 faces) and his upcoming companion Billie in ‘The 12 Doctors of Christmas.” In a riff […]

  • Watch Dwayne Johnson Read ‘Twas The Night Before Rockmas’

    Posted Saturday, December 24th, 2016 09:00 am GMT -4

    Twas the day before Christmas And we gathered around To watch The Rock play Dwanta Claus And it was rather profound. He read us a story, of joy and delight We loved it so much, We could watch it all night. So what will your wandering eyes do see? Just watch the video and you’ll […]

  • [Updated] Breaking: Carrie Fisher Reportedly Suffers Heart Attack While On Flight To Los Angeles

    Posted Friday, December 23rd, 2016 04:54 pm GMT -4

    UPDATE 12/25/16, 12:20PM PT: Debbie Reynolds, mom of Carrie Fisher, tweeted this update stating her daughter is now in stable condition and thanks fans for their prayers and good wishes: Carrie is in stable condition.If there is a change,we will share it. For all her fans & friends. I thank you for your prayers & good […]

  • The Science Of ‘Passengers’ According To Screenwriter Jon Spaihts

    Posted Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 08:54 pm GMT -4

    If you are going to write a sci-fi screenplay, it helps immensely if you know something about science. Okay, it helps if you know A LOT about science and that’s why movies like ‘The Martian’ work. If you can back up your themes with some scientific fact, then you are halfway to creating some good […]

  • Exclusive: Entertainment Earth Opens Its Warehouse Doors For A ScienceFiction.com Shopping Spree

    Posted Monday, December 19th, 2016 02:32 pm GMT -4

    Remember that feeling you would get as a child when your parent brought you to your favorite toy store? That sensation as you walked through the doors and your eyes widen with pure joy knowing the world of toys were in your very reach? As you grow up, very few things bring back that same […]

  • ‘Passengers’ Production Designer Guy Hendrix Dyas Discusses How Glamorous Travelling In Space Can Be

    Posted Monday, December 5th, 2016 04:27 pm GMT -4

    Creating a believable nonexistent world is always a challenge especially in the world of science fiction. Visually, you would want to create an environment that is unique, not rehashed and someplace that will allow the actors to really get into their parts instead of having to imagine what the set will look while surrounded by […]

  • ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2’ Trailer Brings Back The Fun And A Whole Lot Of Baby Groot

    Posted Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 08:18 pm GMT -4

    “Showtime A-holes!” Yes, the Guardians are back and badass as ever…. Well, they’re back! Keeping us on our toes, Marvel has released the first full length trailer for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2‘ and it is as glorious as you would imagine. Much like the first ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ trailer in 2014, ‘Vol […]