News BulletsBy Christian
July 19, 2000 - 12:14 AM
- Jimmy Flowers, author of the Incredible Internet Guide for Trekkers, sends along word that he will be interviewed about Star Trek on a radio show called Into Tomorrow. The show is aired on 77 stations around the
country and on ZDTV radio. The show is scheduled for Sunday the 23rd of July around 3:30pm Eastern Time. You can tune in at the show's official site.
- According to TV Guide, 'The X-Men' didn't perform as extremely well at the box office as originally reported. Instead of the $57.5 million it was first said to have made, it 'only' made $54.5 million. The result is this only was the sixth-biggest opening in history, and not the fourth.
- MP3 versions of the Netword.com ads featuring Leonard Nimoy (Spock) have been made available at the company's site.
- Melissa Perenson at the Science Fiction Weekly has put up a new interview with Jonathan Frakes (William T. Riker), dealing mostly with 'Roswell', the WB series he is co-producing.
- A preview of the Fall 2000 issue of Amazing Stories is up at the Wizards of the Coast site. The issue will feature a 'Voyager' story by Josepha Sherman and Susan Schwartz, called 'Harry and the Pirates' and described as "a classic tale of interstellar swashbuckling." Thanks go out to Shaun Aki for this!
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