News BulletsBy Michelle
January 31, 2005 - 8:02 PM
- Fans at a convention in Orlando, Florida have claimed that Marina Sirtis (Troi) denied rumours that she had been approached to appear in the Star Trek: Enterprise season finale.
- Cyrus noted that the credits for "Babel One" reflect several official staff changes for Enterprise, including the rumoured departures of supervising producer Ken LaZebnik and consulting producer Alan Brennert, and the promotion of Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens from executive story editors to co-producers.
- See details of the Enterprise DVD box sets at TV Shows On DVD!
- A source at Runner's World magazine wrote in to say that Scott Bakula (Captain Archer) will run in the Los Angeles Marathon on March 6th, along with Oscar winner Halle Berry. Bakula has completed marathons in the past.
- When Chase Masterson (Leeta) interviewed Tim Russ (Tuvok) on TheFandom.com last Monday (photo, audio and report at that link), Russ mentioned that that he just had finished filming a guest role on ER in the episode "Alone in a Crowd".
- Sid City has reviews and photos of Alexander Siddig (Bashir) in Whose Life Is It Anyway?
- contactmusic.com reports that Patrick Stewart (Picard) said he cried when he noticed Star Trek Nemesis on television and watched it with his girlfriend, becoming nostalgic because it was "our last movie."
- Totally Kate! has a transcript and screen captures from Kate Mulgrew (Janeway)'s appearance on the Fox 45 Morning News.
- Entertainment Insiders has obituaries for Trek alumni Steve Susskind, who appeared in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, and Cal Bolder, who played Keel in "Friday's Child." Thanks to Alex.
- Steve Krutzler at TrekWeb.com sends along word that an some has fabricated an impostor version of the site at http://trekweb.5u.com. This page is not associated in any way with TrekWeb and the publisher has merely copied legitimate TrekWeb pages in order to create a convincing deception. Krutzler is taking appropriate steps and urging all users to be aware of this hoax.
- StarTrek.com has posted a transcript of a chat with novelist Christopher L. Bennett.
- Sci-Fi-London will host the UK premiere of Trekkies II this Friday, February 4th. The event is free and the festival will also screen Star Trek: First Contact and a new documentary Auto Destruct: One Man's Obesssion with William Shatner.
- TrekPulse has posted DVD caps from fifth season episodes "Power Play", "Ethics", "The Outcast" and "Cause and Effect".
- UPN has ordered more pilots for the fall, including Crazy, about "a female psychiatrist who draws insight on her own life through the issues of her patients", according to Zap2It. Thanks again to Alex.
- And dress like a Trekker! Revolution reports that fashion label Diesel's new line is influenced by Star Trek as well as West Side Story.
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