News Bullets

By Michelle
February 15, 2006 - 10:31 PM

  • The Boston Herald has an article on celebrities and their childhood crushes, including Angelina Jolie's on Mr. Spock and Mira Sorvino's on Captain Kirk.

  • Patrick Stewart (Picard) will be hosting a breast cancer charity event at the Royal Bath Hotel in Bournemouth on March 12th. Information is at The PSN.

  • John Billingsley (Phlox) has posted on his web site about booking his role in Nine Lives, his recurring character on Prison Break and other upcoming projects.

  • There are photos of Alexander Siddig (Bashir) at the Berlin Film Festival at the Sid City Forums.

  • Totally Kate! has new photos of Kate Mulgrew (Janeway) at last weekend's SF Ball in England here and here.

  • notes that the launch of the spacecraft carrying the ashes of James Doohan (Scotty) has been delayed again.

  • Alice Krige (Borg Queen) will attend Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors convention in Chicago on March 4-5th.

  • The Portland Business Journal reports that the new director for the Oregon Film & Video Office is former Deep Space Nine producer Steve Oster.

  • There is an article in Post on Robbie Robfogel, CEO of Ocean Visual FX. He won a team Emmy in 1998-99 for Outstanding Special Effects for a Series for Star Trek: Voyager.

  • has an retrospective on "The City on the Edge of Forever" writer Harlan Ellison.

  • The spoof Grease Trek will premiere at Creation's Grand Slam XIV: The Sci-Fi Summit in Pasadena, California from March 10-12th.

  • Decipher has articles on Jake Sisko, Reporter Behind the Lines and Transporter Buffer Deep Space Nine CCG cards.

  • has features on celebrating Star Trek's 40th anniversary and science and science fiction in academia and the space program.

  • BlogCritics reviews the new DVD release of Free Enterprise.

  • BlogCritics also reviews Eavesdropper with John de Lancie (Q) and George Takei (Sulu).

  • has three new screen shots from the upcoming Star Trek: Legacy video game.

  • also has caps from Enterprise's "Fight or Flight" and "Strange New Worlds" as well as from Voyager's "Learning Curve".

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