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By Michelle
May 18, 2005 - 9:19 PM

  • has a report on the finale viewing party co-sponsored by Roddenberry Productions and Trek United.

  • Frasier star (and The Next Generation guest star) Kelsey Grammer has joined the cast of X3, where he will play Beast. Vinnie Jones will play Juggernaut, the villainous half-brother of Patrick Stewart (Picard)'s character Professor X. And Fox is negotiating with Maggie Grace of Lost to play Kitty Pryde. This news is from Dark Horizons.

  • The Seattle Times has reviewed Kate Mulgrew (Janeway) in Tea at Five in Seattle. Thanks to Totally Kate! which also has a new page for Tea at Five's Baltimore run.

  • The Louise Fletcher Appreciation Page has photos of Fletcher (Kai Winn) in the new film Finding Home. The movie co-stars Genevieve Bujold, who was originally cast as Captain Janeway.

  • BusinessWire reports that The John Cleese Institute for Backup Trauma Viral Video for LiveVault generated over 75,000 downloads after one recent web posting. The film features a cameo by Michael Dorn (Worf).

  • Nana Visitor (Kira) will not attend the Motor City Con as previously reported, notes Nanavision.

  • Sev Trek has selected its punchline finalists.

  • TrekPulse has new screen caps from Enterprise, Deep Space Nine and Voyager.

  • The Star Trek Gaming Universe now has a podcast.

  • There is also a Klingon podcast of reflections on the Scriptures using an experimental Klingon Bible.

  • The Chicago Tribune via the Sun-Sentinel has a feature on the Best & Worst of Star Trek.

  • I4U compares the new Sony PS3 system to Star Trek's holodeck.

  • A new Star Trek fan series, Star Trek Unity, will bridge the gap between Enterprise and the original series using 3-D animation and voice actors.

  • PoliBlogger has reviews and analysis of the last two Enterprise episodes.

  • Soul of Star Trek has postmortem commentary on Enterprise.

  • And SMRT-TV says goodbye to Enterprise as well.

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