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Archive for October, 2012

Retro Review: Meridian

Friday, October 5th, 2012

On a planet that phases into a different dimension for the better part of each century, Dax falls in love with a man she can only stay with for a week – unless she chooses to stay for a lifetime.


Abrams: Technology Allows A Terrifying Mess

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

For J.J. Abrams, the relationship between human beings and machines is something that fascinates him.

Abrams’ newest show, Revolution, shows what happens when mankind is involuntarily disconnected from modern technology. “When the power goes out, the structure of society would shift enormously,” he said. “The people who are in control are more likely to fall by the wayside and not know how to handle anything. The have-nots will know how to live in that world and will become the most powerful.”


Koenig To Join EU Parliament Debate

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Star Trek‘s Walter Koenig will join European Space Agency (ESA) astronauts for an interactive discussion at the European Parliament later this month.

The discussion, hosted by EU 40, is meant to inspire Europe’s next generation of scientists and researchers by showing positive role models.


Renewals For Abrams And Cho NBC Shows

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Two shows, one produced by J.J. Abrams, and another in which John Cho has a role as a regular, have received full season orders from NBC.

The shows are Revolution and Go On.


Star Trek: The Next Generation 365

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Star Trek: The Next Generation 365 released yesterday and authors Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdman explain how the book came to be and how they did their research to find the perfect pictures for the book.

The release of the book coincides with the twenty-fifth anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation. “Our editor, Eric Klopfer, began talking about a TNG version of the book when we started turning in text and photos for the first one,” said Block and Erdman.


Clarke: Am I In The Movie?

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Noel Clarke, who portrays an unnamed character in Star Trek Into Darkness, is not at all sure that his character will make the final cut of the movie.

If cut, it wouldn’t be the first time for the actor, who was cut from Ghost Rider 2. “Probably better off with [being cut] that one to be honest,” Clarke said.

“As far as I’m aware [I’m in the film],” Clarke told a BBC Breakfast interviewer recently.

Clarke went on to talk about his time working on the Star Trek sequel. “I had a great time filming it,” he said. “I went in and did my job to the best of my ability and hopefully J.J. and the execs were happy and hopefully I’ll make the final cut of the movie.”

October-November Trek Conventions And Appearances

Monday, October 1st, 2012

There will be seventeen conventions, shows or appearances in October and November that feature actors of interest to Star Trek fans. This listing of conventions and shows features actors from all of the televised series and several of the Star Trek movies.

There will be eleven conventions or appearances in October, beginning with Away Mission: Orlando, which will be held from Oct 5-7 at the Hilton Orlando Resort Lake Buena Vista. In attendance at Away Mission: Orlando will be Avery Brooks, Dwight Schultz, Robert Duncan McNeill, Robin Curtis and Eric Menyuk.


Takei To Appear On NBC Comedy

Monday, October 1st, 2012

Star Trek‘s George Takei and Nicole Richie will guest star on NBC’s The New Normal.

Set in L.A., The New Normal is about a gay couple and the waitress who becomes a surrogate for the pair who want to have a baby.

“Proud to announce Nicole Richie and the legendary George Takei are joining The New Normal family,” said Executive Producer Ryan Murphy, via Twitter.

The pair will be playing themselves in the guest roles. TrekToday will update this story with details on the episode and when it will air as that information emerges.