Sci-Fi & Gaming News Archive - July 11, 2005
An Israeli actress cast in Steven Spielberg's controversial new film about her country's counter-terrorism tactics said on Monday the Hollywood director intended to improve the image of the Jewish state.
A teenage Harry Potter fan has won the right to carry out the only UK television interview with author JK Rowling just after her latest book is released.
Harry Potter's latest secret may have slipped out in Canada, and publishers of the best-selling books hope the magical allure of author J.K. Rowling's autograph will get it back under wraps.
A new study in the July 18 issue of The Journal of Experimental Medicine shows that gold-colored bacteria are more harmful than their unpigmented relatives. A group of scientists led by Victor Nizet (UCSD, San Diego, CA) have discovered that the molecules that give certain bugs their color also help them resist attack by immune cells called neutrophils.
York Entertainment will be unleashing the sci-fi horror movie Exterminator City onto dvd on the 19th of July.
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