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I love the action stuff. Honestly, I like sci-fi and everything supernatural.
I’ve never been interested in action movies. Definitely not interested in sci-fi.
I feel like Shakespeare is so epic, in a way that sci-fi genre stuff is epic, it transcends the mundane, and it takes you to this place of real passion and real beauty.
In studio films, everything has to be boxed in, everybody needs to know beforehand – this is comedy, this is sci-fi, this is drama – and what’s the point of independent film if you don’t get to experiment?
I’ve always wanted to do a project with space imagery because I’ve always loved these amazing sci-fi electro book covers. I’ve always loved science fiction. I feel like space imagery has no boundaries.
Sci-fi and horror, particularly, allow a storyteller to depart from, let’s say, the demands of cinema verite or kitchen-sink realism or, even, just relatable dramas and can go into areas that are either – in the case of horror – more primally effective or, in the case of sci-fi, more speculative or imaginative.
I am a big, big geek at heart and a Sci-fi fan. And I love the Comic-Cons.
I think, typically, sci-fi can be a little bit grey and thought provoking. Sometimes it leaves you pondering certain questions and things.
I like the sci-fi channel. Just science in general. I came across a segment on time travel and how time travel is possible. We create a spaceship that’s moving at almost the speed of light, we go in that spaceship in outer space, and we fly around for a year, when we get back to Earth, Earth would’ve aged 10 years.
I’m not sure that ‘Iron Man’ is a superhero movie. I think towards the end of the movie, Iron Man pretends to be a superhero – he’s entertained by that notion. I think ‘X-Men’ is a sci-fi movie.
I’m not really into sci-fi movies, but I’m into the science of space a lot. I love astronomy and thinking about the nothingness of the everythingness of space.
I love horror, fantasy and sci-fi. Those are my genres of love and devotion.
I was a big fan of sci-fi.
What I’ve found I really like about sci-fi is it can look at philosophical questions about humanity but in a different context. It can really make you think. That’s what ‘Doctor Who‘ does, even if it’s a bit silly some other times.
I want more sci-fi movies that aren’t $200 million movies that I have to wait for and generally be disappointed with.
I’m not going to work outside of genre. It’s going to be horror, action, or sci-fi. I don’t ever really see myself being interested in movies outside of that.
I’m a big believer that sci-fi lives in literature, that the true sci-fi population is out there reading a gazillion authors.
What tends to happen when people talk about Chinese sci-fi in the West is that there’s a lot of projection. We prefer to think of China as a dystopian world that is challenging American hegemony, so we would like to think that Chinese sci-fi is all either militaristic or dystopian. But that’s just not the reality of it.
I’m not a sci-fi kind of guy, to be honest.
I’m a sci-fi fan, but a lot of the sci-fi you’re getting is the same. It’s very stereotypical.
To me, sci-fi has the most amazing style.
I love the sci-fi movies where it’s from the point of view of humans in that situation… When it becomes too clever in its ideas, the cyber-punk, high-tech thing, it becomes more about something else.
I read a lot of sci-fi when I was younger. Loved it from the literary point of view.
I’ve always loved ‘lived-in’ sci-fi. We take it for granted now, but it was a revelation in the late ’70s – ’80s, when movies like ‘Alien’, ‘Escape From New York‘, and even ‘Star Wars’ introduced us to the idea that the future could, in fact, look old.
I never realized that growing up in Brooklyn, flying jets, working on Wall Street and starring in a sci-fi series was the prerequisite for the fast-paced demands of talk radio. But, if that’s what it takes to succeed, I’m glad I did it all.
The way sci-fi works, you can never die.
I have done a lot of sci-fi, not out of choice, necessarily. It’s just that I’m Canadian, and it’s more cost-efficient to film sci-fi up here.
Whether you’re a believer or not, a flawed biblical epic is going to be more entertaining than a remake of a Paul Verhoeven movie or some third-rate sci-fi flick.
The thing with ‘Alphas’ is that, even though it’s sci-fi, I run into lots of people that have watched the show for various reasons. They’re like, ‘I had no expectation, and I’m totally blown away and fascinated.’
I’m really up for the challenge physically to go into sci-fi action, thinking-man’s action.
I’m so excited to see ‘Horns‘ because it’s so many different genres in one film. It’s a sci-fi, it’s a love story, it’s a horror movie, it’s a fairy tale.
I think it’s too fast to say that all sci-fi ultimately winds up having some place in science. On the other hand, imaginative minds working outside of science as storytellers certainly have come upon ideas that, with the passing decades, have either materialized of come close to materializing.
I was never a fan of sci-fi or space stuff.
I haven’t really had that many opportunities to play ‘lead‘ so I guess I jumped at the chance. I have also never done any ‘sci-fi’ projects and thought it might be fun.
The possibilities in sci-fi are wonderful. The subject is bigger than everything we know.
Personally, I really enjoy sci-fi. I watch it, I read comic books, and I play video games. I love this kind of world, so to be able to work in it is a dream. I enjoy it.
Sci-fi and horror feel so relevant to me as a woman.
Some of the most amazing human beings on the face of the planet go to sci-fi conventions, although I’m sure a few of them wouldn’t admit it.
We’re definitely hoping ‘Travelers‘ attracts more than just solely the sci-fi audience, too. There are so many elements here. I think this will be a show that women like, because there’s a lot of unlikely romance in it between people who were in love 300 years from now, but they’re in different bodies.
I like tragedies, whether they’re sci-fi or something else, but I can’t say I know much about any genre in particular.
I’m such a fan girl when it comes to movies, TV and sci-fi, sometimes I can’t believe I actually get to be in them.
Personally, I really enjoy sci-fi. I watch it, I read comic books, and I play video games. I love this kind of world, so to be able to work in it is a dream. I enjoy it. It’s all good.
I think sci-fi can easily be PG.
I don’t know exactly how I end up with some of these roles. It mystifies me sometimes, but I am a fan of sci-fi. I love being taken into a strange world, and when it’s told with imagination and credibility, I love being taken on that trip. I always have.
In sci-fi, the Black guys always die. So, it’s extremely important to bring African-American characters to the genre and not have them killed.
I’ve always read broadly: literary fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, chick lit, historical, dystopian, nonfiction, memoir. I’ve even read Westerns. I prefer female protagonists.
I was a sci-fi addict when I was a kid and a teenager. Novels, graphic novels, movies, it was my way to deal with reality.
The thing that makes a great genre movie is one that’s not just entertainment, not just horror or sci-fi or whatever. The ones I love are the genre pictures with some subversive message underlying it all.
A lot of people want what I would call sci-fi; people want television to be what they think the world should look like. That is different than what I do.
I love horror and sci-fi.
‘Futurama’ is this awesome, animated sci-fi show.
I’ve always loved sci-fi and fantasy.
I’ve never really been a big sci-fi guy or a big comic book guy.
I’ve been doing sci-fi for two years, and there is always something big going on. The stakes are always huge. You’re fighting for your life, or you’re dealing with personal stuff. It has really high stakes attached to it, and there are green screen and explosions. You’re going out on these really cool locations.
There’s nothing better than a sci-fi fan, let me tell you. Once you’re in with them, you’re in for life.
To be honest, I never really had watched much sci-fi.
I love near-term sci-fi. I especially love right-now sci-fi: stuff that happens in current time but incorporates a scientific breakthrough that is currently being explored.
Great sci-fi has never shied from tackling the Big Questions, though really great sci-fi never forgets to entertain us along the way. Shock and awe applies to art, as well.
‘Intelligent Life‘ is kind of a companion piece to ‘Safety Not Guaranteed.’ Internally, it’s a sci-fi romantic thriller.
Now that we all live in a bad ’70s sci-fi movie, I am made to understand the tyranny of the machines every minute of every day.
Historically, sci-fi movies have played an important role in inspiring young people.
I’ve always found that sci-fi fans are unbelievably generous.
I do like sci-fi, and I do like horror – those are my favorite genres. Good horror, though, not like slasher horror… psychological horror like ‘The Shining‘ – really good stuff!
I’m a sci-fi girl. If I can have anything in life, I’d want tons of great science-fiction movies and stories. It’s so progressive, beautiful, and imaginative.
What I love about sci-fi is that every generation’s films are based on what we know at that point in time. We make movies about the future but it’s always based on what we have. Then as science grows and we discover new things, so do our ideas. You know?
I love sci-fi, especially when it thrives on a thought-provoking story, rather than explosions.
‘Star Trek’ put sci-fi on the map and changed television, and ‘Battlestar’ has changed it in another direction by making it a little more mainstream and acceptable to people who wouldn’t normally watch sci-fi.
I like sci-fi that is not entirely impossible.
It was very, very important to me to represent a broader swath of humanity that often isn’t seen in futuristic sci-fi.
I’ve been thinking of doing a sci-fi thriller or a sci-fi noir, if that’s possible.
Horror is a part of science fiction. It belongs in the definition of sci-fi.
I love incredibly imaginative, speculative sci-fi.
The sci-fi fans in America… they are die-hard. They will follow you to the ends of the Earth. Once they attach themselves to a show and believe in the show and love the characters, they’re there forever, and they’re unshakeable.
I love horror movies in space. I love it when the genre switches over and what was sci-fi becomes horror.
Sci-fi fans are awesome. They’re very smart, they like to be involved, they like to ask questions. I’ve been asked questions I don’t even know the answer to. I’ve never had any aggressive interactions. I’ve had lovely interactions.
‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind.’ Big, big, big smash for me. My birth of the love of cinema was born with ‘Close Encounters’ and ‘2001.’ Those sci-fi movies I saw when I was a little kid.
Studios, because they are investing a great deal of money in movies, they want a guarantee that when they hire somebody that person can deliver for them. Everything is fear based, so they pigeonhole people. But I’ve written everything, from Westerns to sci-fi to dramedy, I’ve done it all.
Reading, like writing, was a survival strategy when I was young because these were ways of feeling that my world could be much larger than it actually was. It was inevitable that I would end up writing sci-fi or fantasy.
I’ve done other things, but it always seems like my sci-fi projects have been what people respond to the most, because those fans are extraordinary, so passionate.
Trying to project our expectations and our desires onto the sci-fi being written in China now isn’t terribly helpful.
Speculative fiction encompasses that which we could actually do. Sci-fi is that which we’re probably not going to see.
The last thing I wanted to do was ‘Battlestar Galactica.’ I thought, ‘I’ve done sci-fi. I did ‘Blade Runner.’ I don’t have to do anything more.’
I love that vein which uses sci-fi to address society’s problems. It is the same when you have useful nightmares – things morph, and you get to confront issues in your dreams.
I do like sci-fi, absolutely. I’ve watched everything from ‘Star Trek’ to ‘Star Wars’ to ‘Terminator’ – the list goes on and on.
Some directors want to make superhero films. That’s what gets them off, and they love it, and they love sci-fi. I prefer putting my hands into non-fiction.
I’m a big fan of superheroes and fantasy and sci-fi. I have been since I was a child.
I believe sci-fi fans are incredibly intelligent.
Actually ninety-nine percent of my acting has nothing to do sci-fi or fantasy, I consider it a good part of my acting, and enjoy the roles I play.
I’m not that into reading. If I’m gonna read, I’m gonna read some cool sci-fi book or something, not some stupid self-help book.
I’ve approached a couple of publishing houses about getting my work in print one day. I’d like to concentrate on sci-fi or action adventure.
I want to do more sci-fi films. I want to play half-alien, half-illegal alien.
Sci-fi fans are the best fans you can have. You could be doing the worst piece of tat which might have a robot or vampire in, and some people will become obsessed by it and know every little detail. ‘Being Human‘ has crossed over from sci-fi fans to being a drama that everyone can enjoy.
I especially love right-now sci-fi: stuff that happens in current time but incorporates a scientific breakthrough that is currently being explored.
Sci-fi nerds are respectful, honorable. You can trust them.
Growing up, I mostly read comic books and sci-fi. Then I discovered the book ‘Jane Eyre’ by Jane Austen. It introduced me to the world of romance, which I have since never left. Also, the world of the first-person narrative.
I think there will always be a part of me that kind of fanboys out about action sci-fi.
You can’t trademark the word ‘sci-fi.’
I like ‘Futurama.’ That’s kind of the only thing that’s my sci-fi thing, although I was big into zombies for a time.
I feel like touchscreen technology blows my mind still. It just makes me think of all of the sci-fi films I enjoyed as a kid.
I want to make Grimes a high-fashion sci-fi act.
Cyberpunk was really a reaction against old boy sci-fi which was about white guys in space who would come up with some kind of technological thing.
All great sci-fi is: Be careful what you wish for.
I did not realise just how passionate sci-fi fans are about their material.
I’m particularly fond of sci-fi and fantasy genres.
I think people do sci-fi a huge disservice by lumping it as some sort of bizarre subculture genre when I think everybody’s lives are impacted by sci-fi at some point.
I would love to take another stab at really smart, speculative sci-fi – my first was a bit of a stumble. I look forward to getting another chance.
I love sci-fi, computer games. I love any escapes. Give me them all.
I like making sci-fi movies because I like watching sci-fi movies. I like watching horror. I like being in a horror movie. I’m a fan. My perspective‘s a little different just because I get to participate as well as spectate.
New York City has changed enormously. My gut impression of it now is that it’s like being in a sci-fi novel: ‘Blade Runner’ syndrome. Nothing seems real anymore; everything is pre-packaged.
I like contemporary American literature and I like biographies and I like jazz and I like baseball and I like writers who write about the human condition and sci-fi is just something that I happened into.
I have always loved octopuses. No sci-fi alien is so startlingly strange.
Once people realized that, ‘Hey, we’re going to be left on Earth here, and everything is going to hell quickly,’ sci-fi soon became about our own self-destruction.
I love crime, I love sci-fi and many other things.
A lot of jobs today are being automated; what happens when you extend that concept to very important areas of society like law enforcement? What happens if you start controlling the behavior of criminals or people in general with software-running machines? Those questions, they look like they’re sci-fi but they’re not.
I don’t understand and don’t enjoy sci-fi, and it’s just that if people aren’t real, and they don’t live in a real and recognizable society, I don’t understand what to do.
The way people love sci-fi is how I love cartoons.
Sci-fi is speculative fiction. ‘Field of Dreams’ is sci-fi.
I’m a huge horror film and sci-fi fan.
I believe in my heart that ‘Avatar‘ is going to be the revolutionary sci-fi movie for this generation, in this era.
Being a sci-fi geek, it was just lovely to be on a show where I pretend I’m in outer space. That’s always been my dream: to pretend to be out in space or actually be out in space.