News Bullets

By Christian
April 14, 2000 - 10:33 PM

  • According to a press release from GalaxyOnline, Tim Russ (Tuvok) will be writing, producing and starring in 'Fahrenheit 452: The Art Police', a new comic science fiction show for the online network. The series, for which a pilot was recently completed, portrays the Art Police, a special law enforcement unit whose assignment includes `busting' artists who create distasteful work.

  • William Shatner (James T. Kirk) will be a guest on the God and Devil show, an online show on the Entertaindom web site. Shatner's installment of the show will be available starting on the 24th of April. Thanks go out to TrekWeb for this!

  • Chelsea J. Carter at the Associated Press has written an article about 'Roswell', a series she urges the WB to renew. In the article, Jonathan Frakes (William T. Riker) is quoted twice as saying that 'Roswell' and 'The Next Generation' are very similar.

  • John Cook has just updated The Sev Trek Movie page with a character portrait of Counsellor Doyawanna Tryhard. In addition, he announced that Canadian Don Rae has joined the project as composer, and that the movie trailer will be released in a few weeks. If you want to mirror the file, you can sign up here.

  • A short news item at TV Guide mentions that Yvonne Craig, TV's Batgirl and also Orion Slave Girl Marta on the Original Series' 'Whom Gods Destroy', has written her autobiography, 'From Ballet to the Batcave and Beyond'. It can be ordered via her official web site.

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