News BulletsBy Michelle
February 28, 2005 - 11:18 PM
- DS9's Chase Masterson (Leeta) will interview Star Trek: Enterprise's Anthony Montgomery and Dominic Keating at 7 p.m. EST tonight, Monday, Feb 28th, on TheFandom.com.
- UPN is asking US viewers to vote on their favorite Enterprise episode to be shown in reruns in March and April. The network is also holding a contest for fans to win one of Captain Archer's uniforms or an Enterprise season one DVD set.
- TrekWeb has confirmed that the Trek 11 screenwriter named in last week's Variety article on the Star Trek franchise (story) is in fact Erik Jendresen, not Eric Genderson.
- Fans can vote in E! Online's "Fifth Annual S.O.S. Campaign" to enlist columnist Kristin Veitch in the cause of renewing Enterprise over other shows on the bubble this season.
- The New York Post notes that Jack Donner (Subcommander Tal, TOS; Vulcan priest, ENT) will play the judge daily reenactments of the Michael Jackson trial for E!.
- Comedian Ben Livingston will perform his one-man show Star Trek, Indiana at the North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach on Wednesday, March 2nd at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling the box office at 888-776-NCRT; the theatre is offering two-for-one tickets to anyone who mentions Enterprise.
- There are photos at Totally Kate! of Kate Mulgrew (Janeway) in Mary Stuart from a one-night only staged reading of the play last November.
- Mulgrew's Camp Nowhere co-star Christopher Lloyd (Kruge) will appear in 20th Century Fox TV's Stacked alongside Pamela Anderson. According to Backstage he will play an eccentric bookstore patron.
- The United Federation of Planets of South Australia has an exclusive interview assistant director Michael De Meritt and a review of Terry Lee Rioux's biography of DeForest Kelley, From Sawdust to Stardust.
- The author and illustrator of Robo Trek, Jeffrey E. McCluskey, reports that he is working on a prequel entitled Eco-Guards 3E's and a sequel, Robo Trek, The Retribution Chronicles.
- Enterprise's "Divergence" screen caps are available at TrekPulse, which has also posted caps from Next Generation sixth season episodes "Chain of Command" and "Ship in a Bottle" and from TrekPulse Movies has Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
- The debut episode of Adult Swim's Robot Chicken, "Junk in the Trunk", featured a short "blooper" with original series Trek action figures. "The Deep End" (airing March 13th) will feature a skit called "Two Kirks, a Khan and a Pizza Place".
Find more episode info in the Episode Guide.