News BulletsBy Caillan
January 14, 2002 - 3:08 PM
- StarTrek.com will be holding a chat with Kate Mulgrew (Kathryn Janeway) on January 17 at 6:00pm Eastern Time, 3:00pm Pacific Time. Mulgrew will be talking about her new play 'Tea at Five,' based on the life of actress Katharine Hepburn. Go here to submit your questions for the actress.
- Zap2it has posted a short interview with LeVar Burton (Geordi La Forge), in which he talked about his work on the Roots mini-series.
- Scott Bakula (Jonathan Archer) was nominated in the category of 'Favourite Male Performer in a New Series' at yesterday's People's Choice Awards, but the gong went to Damon Wayans for his role in My Wife and Kids. Full details of winners can be found here.
- After almost five years online, the Official Jeri Lynn Ryan Homepage has closed down. Head over to the site to read the farewell message.
- According to Sid City, Alexander Siddig's (Julian Bashir) new film 'Reign of Fire' will hit U.S. cinemas on July 12.
- Robert Picardo (the EMH) will be appearing in an episode of Crossing Jordan on Monday January 21. Further details can be found at CARPE.
- Over at Star Trek: Hypertext, Jamahl Epsicokhan has posted his review of Enterprise's 'Cold Front.' Here's an extract:
To be sure, I liked 'Cold Front,' which is in the spirit of solid entertainment rather than deep significance. I didn't quite love it, perhaps because it lacks the ability to blow us away with truly compelling drama or grounded storytelling. Most of the concepts here are well traveled in Trekkian lore, as is much of the execution and the inherently circular logic.
The episode was awarded 3 out of 4 stars in the complete analysis.
- The Psi Phi Star Trek Book database has been updated with extracts from the SCE eBooks 'Some Assembly Required', 'No Surrender' and 'Caveat Emptor', as well as the cover art for the latter.
- Psi Phi's Enterprise site now features a revised chronology.
- This week's edition of Remote Patrol, a look at upcoming genre television, is now up at Cinescape.