prequel movie set to release April 21 on DVD, started appearing April 13 on a site for hacked movies and games.
That follows the online appearance April 1 of an unfinished copy of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." The "Wolverine" incident quite rightly prompted an outpouring of condemnation from the movie's stars, its studio and even the sorts of online sites that generally feature early reviews of leaked films.
"Caprica" follows the creation of the Cylons (at least, the Cylons created by the Colonies, not those designed by the Final Five) and the rise of the Adama family.
Though Syfy's news site claimed the "Wolverine" release might actually help the movie, its writers are so far mum on the "Caprica" crack.
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