One of my favorite space series ever created is Battlestar Galactica. When I learned that my boyfriend hadn't seen it, I immediately moved BSG to the top of our watch list because it was completely necessary. We started watching the series just last month and we're already well on our way to finishing season 3 of 4. Since we've been spending so much time reliving the human vs. Cylon war, I decided to bake some cupcakes for our weekend marathon. I used Wilton's black gel food coloring in the Tell Me More!
We just adore these Battlestar Galactica leggings which feature Starbuck and Adama's well known interaction. Adama asks Starbuck what she hears to which she replies "Nothing but the rain." One side displays the phrase while the other has Starbucks' wing tattoo. The leggings come in two shades: Blackbird Charcoal and Silver Viper. Leggings are available to preorder at The Novo Geek for $75 per pair.
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Before Ronald D. Moore's 2004 version of Battlestar Galactica aired, there was a 2001 version being produced by Bryan Singer that never aired due to 9/11 and the general consensus that Cylon terrorist attacks would not be viewed favorably by the general public. Luckily, some of the concept art by Guy Hendrix Dyas has surfaced for our viewing pleasure. The artwork includes more muscular versions of Cylons, a drastically different looking Cylon Raider, a holographic combat simulator and a Cylon Tell Me More!
Celebrate the 35th anniversary of Battlestar Galactica with this awesome tin tote set from Bif Bang Pow! The black and gold Cylon themed tin tote contains a travel mug and 4 Cylon coasters.
The tote measures 8 5/8-inches wide x 6 3/4-inches tall, and is 4-inches deep. It features lenticular material for the visor of the Cylon which makes it appear as if there's a red light moving from side to side. The travel mug inside holds 14-ounces of liquid. Even the coasters are cool, featuring the intimidating Tell Me More!
A little while ago we told you about Ronald D. Moore's upcoming Syfy series, Helix. Yesterday, Syfy released the first trailer for the 13 episode series which follows a team of scientists operating in secret in the Arctic who discover something that could either save the world, or destroy it. Judging by the first trailer, it seems to be the latter. Ronald D. Moore was the executive producer for Battlestar Galactica, so we completely trust his judgment and we're eager to see his new series. Tell Me More!
We're in love with this video that creates a new opening credit sequence for Battlestar Galactica set to theme song of Friends. It certainly puts a different spin on what we all know is very far from a sitcom. The theme makes it look like the crew of Galactica is having a blast roaming through outer space as opposed to desperately trying to escape the Cylons and locate Earth since Caprica has been destroyed. So say we all!
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Deadline is reporting that Battlestar Galactica creator Ron Moore is finalizing a 13 episode straight-to-series deal with Syfy for his science fiction thriller Helix.
Helix follows a team of scientists as they explore a disease outbreak in the Arctic. The team soon find themselves trying to protect the world from annihilation. Syfy plans to debut the series later this year.
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Her Universe has announced the new products they'll be adding to Ashley's line on Cyber Monday just in time for the holiday season. One of the most exciting additions are the Star Wars pajama pants and top (which will be sold separately), designed by Katie Cook. Cook has previously designed for Her Universe's children's line, but we can't wait to get our hands on her adult merchandise. The pants sizes go all the way up to 3X. In addition, there will also be a new Star Wars t-shirt, a few Tell Me More!
This new YouTube video entitled "Sounds of Cylons," is a parody of Simon and Garfunkel's "Sounds of Silence," applied to Battlestar Galactica. The video perfectly encapsulates the series and the voices of Six that Gaius hears throughout the show. The song features clever lines like "Now they say that it is I to blame, I gave you access to the defense mainframe," and "In the baseship light I saw, 10,000 Cylons maybe more." I could wax on about the genius of this mash up, but really, do any of Tell Me More!
Jamie Bamber is probably best known for his portrayal of Lee Adama in the re-imagining of Battlestar Galactica. Since then, he's gone on to star in roles on Dollhouse, Outcasts, and Law & Order: UK. Next summer, he'll return to TV with a starring role on TNT's new series Monday Mornings.
Monday Mornings follows the lives of doctors at the fictional Chelsea General Hospital as they "push the limits of their abilities and confront their personal and professional failings. The title refers Tell Me More!