News BulletsBy Michelle
April 10, 2006 - 8:51 PM
- Project Quantum Leap has a round-up of reviews of Scott Bakula (Archer) in Shenandoah at Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC.
- A reminder: Bakula will address a National Press Club luncheon in Washington, DC on April 19th about Shenandoah's contemporary relevance. Tickets are only $35, so this is a unique opportunity to see Bakula in a relatively small gathering. Ticket details are here.
- And if you want to see another Star Trek captain onstage, The PSN reminds readers that Patrick Stewart opens in Antony and Cleopatra on April 12th.
- Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan) may become a recurring character on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, notes FilmStew.com.
- TrekWeb notes that according to a Vulkon convention report, Connor Trinneer (Tucker) is filming an episode of NCIS.
- The Sid City Forums has photos of Alexander Siddig (Bashir) at Deepcon 7.
- Also, fans at the Sid City Forums can chat about the BBC's new Hannibal trailer with Siddig.
- Alan Ruck, Star Trek: Generations' Captain John Harriman, has joined the cast of Drive, a drama pilot about an illegal cross-country road race, according to The Futon Critic.
- Pocket Books editor Margaret Clark posted at the TrekBBS that there will likely be only two Star Trek calendars in 2007 - a monthly Ships of the Line and daily Stardate calendar.
- Bethesda Softworks will show off Star Trek: Tactical Assault and Star Trek: Legacy at this year's E3, according to Kotaku.
- Fillmore and Western Railway has a 40th anniversary treat: a one-time Star Trak dinner aboard the Murder Mystery Dinner Train, Saturday, April 22nd.
- The Trades has reviewed the Star Trek Fan Collective: Time Travel DVD set, giving it a B+ grade.
- In other DVD news, TV Shows on DVD expects an August 1st release date for the planned Star Trek Fan Collective: Klingon set.
- Decipher has posted the third part of its report on Tucson, Arizona's Star Trek CCG tournament weekend.
- Paid subscribers to Sev Trek during the month of April can have their caricatures drawn to be used as avatars and may purchase the original drawings.
- TrekUnited has a trailer promoting an Enterprise direct-to-DVD revival.
- And The Hollywood Reporter has an article on G4's planned relaunch of the original series as Star Trek 2.0, including images of what the TV screen will look like with interactive content such as trivia and chat comments.
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