The New York Stock Exchange closed 20 points up on Thursday possibly be due to a little superhero help from Iron Man. Robert Downey Jr. had the honor of ringing the opening bell on Thursday. After amazing worldwide opening weekend earnings for “Iron Man 3”, it seems like a natural fit to have the star bring some of that magic to the Stock Exchange.
As a prolific actor, Deep Roy has been part of over 40 projects. He is only one of two actors to appear in all three science fiction juggernauts; “Doctor Who”, “Star Wars” and “Star Trek. Also, he has been an actor in four Tim Burton movies. Recently Examiner.com sat down with Deep Roy at the Starfest Convention in Denver to discuss his historic role in Science Fiction and what his dream project would be.
Join Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor as he tries to untangle himself from a very dangerous situation. To celebrate the 50th anniversaryof “Doctor Who”, Penguin Books UK andPuffin Books is releasing e books each month in 2013 featuring one of the eleven Doctors and written by a famous children’s or young adult’s fiction author. For April, Puffin will be releasing “The Roots of Evil” by Philip Reeve.
Thousands of fans from all over the region are descending on the Marriott Denver Tech Center. Starfest 2013 began Friday and will continue through Sunday, April 21. Stars, artists, designers, fans and dealers join together once a year to celebrate Science Fiction, Comics, Robots and many other fandoms.
The 2013 Starfest Convention is set to take place in Denver from April 19-21. Since it began in 1977, the convention has grown and has become a celebration of all science fiction. As “Doctor Who” has grown in popularity, so has its presence at conventions around the country. With three days of amazing programming spanning three hotels, what does the convention offer for Whovians? Well, more than a fan could imagine.
Rarely is there a television show that continues to surprise viewers in its seventh year. “Psych” proved on Wednesday why it is a fan favorite and continues to delight audiences every week. The show started off with a simple premise; a genius claims to be a psychic to save himself and wrangles his best friend into helping the police solve crimes. Sounds a tad cheesy, but rest assured it is anything but. After over 100 episodes, viewers were heartbroken after the ending of “Deez Nups” when one moment shattered everything that was assumed and safe about the show. (continue reading on Examiner.com)