News BulletsBy Michelle
January 18, 2006 - 9:31 PM
- Totally Kate! has posted an interview with Kate Mulgrew (Janeway)'s mentor Claire Labine.
- Mulgrew has also joined the list of guests for Creation's 40th anniversary convention at the Las Vegas Hilton in August.
- Patrick Stewart (Picard) will appear as a guest on the UK's This Morning show on January 19th at 10:30 a.m. GMT on ITV1, notes The PSN.
- Yahoo! reports that Stephen Collins (Will Decker) and Catherine Hicks (Gillian Taylor) will be out of a job soon, for the WB has cancelled 7th Heaven after ten years.
- Onetime Star Trek writer Richard Krzemien has a new comic book for writers, according to eMediaWire.
- According to Business Week, Microsoft's top researcher Rick Rashid is a hard-core Star Trek nut with action figures lining his shelves. "It's all about possibilities," he said.
- TrekCore has compiled a timeline of the first half of the 22nd century.
- The Kansas City Star has a feature on a musician who plays jazzed-up TV show music themes in performances at Jardine's nightclub, including Star Trek with a cha-cha-cha twist.
- The Movie Review Diary takes a look at the Shakespearean explosion of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
- Tribe notes that the USS Justice (as seen in Tales of the Seventh Fleet) will be part of a panel discussion on Saturday, February 11th at Ubercon in Seacaucus, NJ.
- Sev Trek continues the adventures of Piker on the Hollowdeck in a new caption contest. And here are finalists for the first part of the contest.
- The Trek Life pokes fun at the idea of a comprehensive Star Trek marathon.
- Free Enterprise: The Extended "Five Year Mission" Edition will be released by Anchor Bay in March, featuring several minutes of added footage, two new commentary tracks and the now 20-minute longer documentary, Where No Fan Has Gone Before: Making Free Enterprise - The Atavachron Edition, according to The Digital Bits.
- TrekUnited has begun a campaign to lobby Paramount for direct-to-DVD episodes or films of Enterprise.
- And Amazon.com has dropped the prices of its Star Trek DVD sets, including The Next Generation's first season, second season and third season and Deep Space Nine's first season, second season and third season. Thanks to Ain't It Cool News.
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