News BulletsBy Christian
December 12, 2000 - 11:35 PM
- John Hartl at the Seattle Union Record, the temporary newspaper created by striking workers of two Seattle newspapers, included a mini-review of Trek parody 'Galaxy Quest' in his 'Movies on TV' column.
- At Space.com, Don Lipper has put up part three of his interview with Ronald D. Moore, in which the former Trek staff writer talks about 'Roswell', the show he's currently working on.
- There is an interview with Nana Visitor in the New Haven Register.com, where the actress talks about 'Golden Boy', her current production.
- There is a second interview online, this time at Fandom.com, where Steve Fritz interviews the woman Majel Roddenberry loves to call 'the bimbo', Grace Lee Whitney (Janice Rand).
- According to her website, Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman) will be making an appearance on 'Judging Amy' sometime later this month and also has a large guest-staring role on new CBS show, 'That's Life'.
- Fandom.com's STC has posted an article dealing with species 8472, used to great effect in Voyager's 'Scorpion' but little seen since.
- The Official Jeri Lynn Ryan site has been updated with the news that the December 2000 issue of Austin INsite Magazine features a brief cover story on the actress, and that her December 14 appearance on 'Late Night with Conan O'Brien' may possibly be rebroadcast on CNBC Europe or NBC Giga on Sunday, December 17, 2000.
- Paramount Home Entertainment has denied rumours that TNG will be released four episodes to a DVD in the UK - in fact, there are currently no firm plans for release at all.
- The new alt.startrek.creative archive site, Trekiverse, has been updated with another 649 stories now available.
- The Comics Continuum has posted a synopsis and cover-image for the latest Wildstorm Voyager comic, Planet Killer #3.
- Walter Koenig (Pavel Chekov) will be appearing in the first episode of the new season of 'Son of the Beach', playing Captain Dimitri Suckitoff. Thanks go out to Jeff 'Koganuts' Koga for this!
- Another image from the 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture' special edition DVD is now available at IGN FilmForce, showing us the new look of the planet Vulcan.
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