News BulletsBy Michelle
September 25, 2005 - 5:47 PM
- Chase Masterson (Leeta) interviews Serenity's Joss Whedon at TheFandom.com today.
- Creation Entertainment warns fans that gold packages for the 40th anniversary convention next year in Las Vegas are already almost sold out.
- William Shatner (Kirk), Majel Barrett Roddenberry (Chapel/Lwaxana) and others will appear at Collectormania 8 in the United Kingdom next weekend.
- On his web site, Shatner apologised for being unable to attend the Galileo 7 convention in Germany, though he did not address questions about how his schedule had cleared to permit him to attend Collectormania.
- In The News Tribune, Trek fan and singer Brad Paisley talks about singing with Shatner on Has Been and his own Time Well Wasted.
- Gamespot has a preview of Leonard Nimoy (Spock)'s Civilization IV. Thanks to CivFanatics.com.
- Kingdom of Heaven with Alexander Siddig (Bashir) is due on DVD in October in both the US and the UK, reports Sid City. It can be preordered here.
- Living On Earth has an anecdote about a NASA astronaut at a Star Trek convention receiving less attention than people who play astronauts on TV.
- The Palm Beach Post has a note on Loulie Jean Norman Price, who did the vocals in the original Star Trek theme song.
- Star Trek Karaoke was part of a Hurricane Katrina benefit in Park Ridge, according to the Park Ridge Herald-Advocate.
- Star Trek: Insurrection will play on New Zealand television on Tuesday, September 27th.
- DVD Answers has screen caps from the deleted scenes on DVD in Star Trek Nemesis.
- TrekPulse has lots of new screen caps: DS9's "The Adversary", "Melora" and "Defiant", and Voyager's "Nightingale".
- In the Natick Bulletin & Tab, a columnist compares the situation of minorities in the United States to people living in an alternate universe.
- Soul of Star Trek has further thoughts on Star Trek and the situation in New Orleans.
- Space Station K7 has a new Enterprise skin pack for Elite Force.
- TV Squad has a positive review of the second episode of Brannon Braga's Threshold.
- StarTrek.com has a brief writeup of the third season of Enterprise on DVD.
- The official site also has a new Star Trek cartoon.
Find more episode info in the Episode Guide.