News BulletsBy Caillan
April 11, 2003 - 4:48 AM
- Penny Johnson Jerald (Kasidy Yates) will be a guest on Hollywood Stars next week. Find out more at the show's web site. Thanks to 'XeneX' for this!
- The Ames Tribune has posted a report on J.G. Hertzler's (Martok) visit to Mayhem Collectibles in Campustown.
- Wil Wheaton's (Wesley Crusher) online diary was recently rated the top celebrity blog by Forbes.com, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
- The Santa Monica Mirror reported Walter Koenig (Pavel Chekov) will be among the celebrities competiting in the 22nd Jimmy Stewart relay marathon on Sunday, April 23.
- Kate Mulgrew (Kathryn Janeway) recently discussed Tea At Five, her acting studies and the course of her career with Reuters.
- The last Dawson's Creek episode directed by Robert Duncan McNeill (Tom Paris), entitled "Catch 22", will air on the WB at 8:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 23. Thanks to RobertDuncanMcNeill.net for this!
- Eric Dawson, husband of Voyager actress and Enterprise director Roxann Dawson (B'Elanna Torres), will be participating in the AIDS Life Cycle Ride in June. Anyone who donates $50 or more to the cause will receive two autographed photos autographed and personalised by Roxann Dawson. To find out how to contribute, head over to this page.
- Over at SciFi.About.com, Julia Houston has uploaded her review of Enterprise's "The Crossing". Here's an excerpt from the analysis:
This is one of those episodes that really makes me wonder whether Star Trek has dried up, or I've just seen too many episodes. Taken all by itself, it's flawed but interesting. Taken as part of the Star Trek franchise, it's incredibly derivative and tired.
Read more at SciFi.About.com.
- Bryan Tyler, composer of the score for "Canamar" and the upcoming "Regeneration", recently spoke to Julia Houston at About.com. Topics included the Children of Dune score, musical training and his love of Star Wars.
- TrekWeb reported six new episodes of Michael Piller's The Dead Zone will be broadcast in July and August.
- Bakula News is now back online after a short absence.
- Star Trek Nemesis opens in Japan on April 12, and critic Tom Baker at the Daily Yomiuri has described the film as a cruise "through well-charted territory". Nemesis scored 2.5 out of 5 in the full review.