News BulletsBy Michelle
January 10, 2005 - 11:08 PM
- Alexander Siddig's "The Hamburg Cell" will premiere in the US tonight on HBO2 at 10 p.m. EST and on CBC in Canada on January 16th.
- The New York Times has an article in which John Logan, screenwriter for Star Trek Nemesis, talks about the process of scripting The Aviator from multiple sources.
- VRRRM has video footage of former Trek producer Ronald Moore discussing Battlestar Galactica.
- Parade Magazine has a brief interview with Jolene Blalock in which she praises her co-stars and laments the long hours. Excerpts are available at TrekWeb.
- Totally Kate! has new photos of the Tea at Five costume display in Baltimore's Harborplace, interviews with Kate from The Washington Blade and Baltimore Gay Life Online, and photos from the recording of the documentary "Of Ashes and Atoms."
- E! Insiders reports that Robert Foltier, who played Tomar in the original series episode "By Any Other Name", died on January 1st.
- StellarCross has an interview with Masao Okazaki, designer of the Vanguard Station for the new Star Trek: Vanguard novel series from Pocket Books.
- StarTrekFans.net will host a Q&A with Jeff Ayers, who is writing a book for Pocket Books on the forty-year history of professionally published Star Trek fiction.
- Sev Trek has posted new cartoons about Captain Archer's ready room and why everyone on DS9 is an outcast here and here.
- The Buddhist Channel compares feeling the tsunami disaster with the way Spock reacted to global disasters on Star Trek. StarTrek.com has links and information about sending aid to people affected by the tsunami.
- TrekPulse has posted over 1100 screencaps from the Season 5 Next Generation episodes "Redemption, Part II", "Darmok", "Ensign Ro" and "Silicon Avatar." The site has also uploaded almost 600 caps from DS9's "Trials and Tribble-ations".
- Television Without Pity has done a flashback review of TNG's "Sub Rosa."
- Amok Times, a newsletter for collectors of Star Trek trading cards, occasionally offers giveaways of promotional CCG cards. Fans can sign up for the mailing list at the site.
- Keep B5 Alive is running a campaign to demand that Warner Bros. cast the original actors in any planned Babylon 5 film. Andreas Katsulas, Walter Koenig and many other actors who appeared on Star Trek in various incarnations also appeared on Babylon 5.
Find more episode info in the Episode Guide.