Archive for April, 2001
The 2000 Nebula awards winners were announced on April 28th. Read More to see who won…
Variety (via Sci Fi Wire) is reporting that Scott Bakula will star in the CBS pilot Late Boomers, casting doubt about his role as the captain in the new Trek series – but negotiations are still ongoing.
The 2001 Hugo Awards have been announced. Rather than reiterate the long list, follow the link to see the nominees…
nacer writes “Over at Andamooka.org you can read Starstrikers an Open Story Sci-Fi novel. http://www.andamooka.org If you enjoy space opera ie, Star Wars/Star Trek, you will enjoy this galactic war novel. The fictional universe the novel is set in is “open” for other authors to write stories in.”
Actor Richard Hatch, Apollo on the original Battlestar Galactica, talked to Sci-Fi Weekly about his feelings on the Singer/DeSanto Galactica revival…
tcgardner writes “Dennis Tito is being allowed to go on a tourist trip to the space station. What do you think about this? Is he someone with no business being who just caught the Russians in a hard place for cash? Or, is he a pioneer for the “rest of us” getting into space?
Here’s some background on the debate.”
Hollywood Reporter, via Coming Attractions’ Test Pattern, is reporting that UPN has struck a deal with Fox to air the 6th and 7th seasons (44 episodes in all), for a whopping $2.2-2.3 million an episode.
tcgardner writes “If you want to know what is coming out in the next few months, excellent reviews, and interesting interviews then this is the definitive site.
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The Sci-Fi Channel released news that production on Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers, a two-hour TV movie and pilot for a series, begins production on May 14th. Douglas Netter is back with JMS as executive producers and B5 alum Michael Vejar will direct. Andreas Katsulas will reprise his role as G’Kar as well.