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Posts Tagged ‘DragonCon’

Mulgrew At Dragon*Con

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

For those who couldn’t attend the recent Dragon*Con, a four-part YouTube video of Kate Mulgrew on a Warehouse 13 panel has been uploaded.

Mulgrew was on the panel with Eddie McClintock and writer Deric A. Hughes, and she shared stories about her time working on Warehouse 13.


DragonCon YouTube Videos

Friday, September 11th, 2009

2009 DragonCon has ended, but videos, including ones featuring Leonard Nimoy, Patrick Stewart, William Shatner and other Star Trek actors and actresses, are appearing online.

Patrick Stewart talked about his time on Star Trek: The Next Generation. He answered questions from the audience, including one on what was his favorite thing about doing The Next Generation. “I like all the things that involved physical activity,” he said. “I love all riding sequences…anything that got me out of that chair.”


Stewart: X-Men Yes, Star Trek No

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

Patrick Stewart‘s days as Captain Jean-Luc Picard are now behind him.

Fans at DragonCon last weekend got the word from Stewart himself that he will probably return in X-Men, but don’t expect to see Jean-Luc Picard again. Audiences “had not seen the last of Xavier,” said Stewart.


Mulgrew: Loves Science And Science Fiction

Monday, September 7th, 2009

Star Trek: Voyager‘s Captain Janeway shared memories about her years on the show with a DragonCon audience this weekend.

Kate Mulgrew relished playing the first female captain lead role on a Star Trek show. “Just me and a lot of men, just the way I like it,” she said. “You don’t want to make me naughty; it never ends.


Nimoy And Shatner At DragonCon

Friday, September 4th, 2009

Fifteen hundred happy Star Trek fans enjoyed the banter between Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner in a panel discussion at DragonCon.

“Have you seen any good movies lately?” teased Nimoy, referring to Star Trek XI, in which he had a role and Shatner did not.