Welcome to Captain's Log -- your (semi) daily round-up of sci-fi randomness from around the web. Here's what's happening:

Star Wars Blog
has found one frakking impressive Jedi Master Plo Koon cake.

Would you want to heat your home with bunny blood?

Duncan Jones' Moon has taken the 42nd Sitges Film Festival of Catalonia by storm, according to Sci Fi Scoop. The film grabbed top honors for best picture, actor, screenplay, and art direction.

According to SuperHeroHype, Jason Schwartzman has seen 20 minutes of Scott Pilgrim and says it's "unlike anything I've ever seen. I can't tell you much, but sort of beautiful; incredible. Good job Edgar Wright, good job."

Total SciFi Online reports that Rob Thomas and many Veronica Mars alums are coming together for Plymouth Rock -- a show "set on a spaceship traveling to a distant planet. The young people on board have a mission to colonize the new world and save the human race."

Even spliced things like kitties: Bloody Disgusting has new pics from Splice, including one half-human, half-tail creature running with a cat (see below).

As io9 shares, even the super-scientific workers at the Dollhouse are feeling the economic climate.

SciFi Wire hears that Eastwick has been a quiet, witchy success.
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