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Archive for September, 2001

Michael Shanks not returning to SG-1??

by on Sep.27, 2001, under Television

This is all second hand, but in tracing back a thread on alt.tv.stargate-sg1 (“Losing SG1 cast member?”), apparently Brad Wright, the producer of Stargate SG-1 announced at GateCon that Michael Shanks (Dr. Daniel Jackson) would not be returning to the show when the 6th season begins on the Sci Fi Channel. I know he expressed what seemed to be disinterest in another season at other appearances…it appears that he and Brad came to an agreement for him to leave the show. He is to be replaced by another character, but no details. As soon as I see something confirmed, I’ll let you know…

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New Lexx, Invisible Man this Friday

by on Sep.27, 2001, under Television

Because the new episodes of The Invisible Man and Lexx were delayed from last week, they will be airing this Friday at 8pm and 10pm, respectively.

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Enterprise debuts tonight

by on Sep.26, 2001, under Television

Don’t forget: Enterprise debuts tonight at 8PM EDT/7PM CDT on you local UPN station with a two-hour premiere. I wonder how many times my local station will pre-empt it for Bruins hockey this year…

More: The official StarTrek.Com site has a launch site for Enterprise, and Vidiot, a.k.a. Mr. Video, who has been documenting Trek on the Internet for as long as I can remember (starting with the Postscript The Next Generation episode guide) has what is to be the opening and closing credits on his website.

Feel free to drop some reviews here…but please, mark them with spoiler warnings…

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Spider-Man will address the attacks

by on Sep.25, 2001, under Comics

JMS stated in rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5.moderated that he’s been asked to address the terrorist attacks within The Amazing Spider-Man by Marvel. Full text is below. In another post, he stated that it would be issue 36.

(continue reading…)

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Trek X: Make it so

by on Sep.24, 2001, under Movies

Variety is reporting that Paramount has give the green light for Star Trek: Nemesis, the 10th movie, featuring the cast of The Next Generation. Apparently all the crew is on board, with Stuart Baird (U.S. Marshals) directing, and a John Logan (Gladiator) script. Digital Domain (Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring) is doing the visual effects. Filming begins November 28th.

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Full Lord of the Rings trailer Monday?

by on Sep.21, 2001, under Movies

Zap2It.com is reporting that a full-length trailer for the much-awaited Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is air Monday night, September 24th on the WB with the season premiere of Angel at 9pm.

Update 9/22: Coming Attractions is saying that New Line Cinema has confirmed this…

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Buffy to air on FX

by on Sep.21, 2001, under Television

FX Network will start airing Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes weeknights at 4pm and 7pm starting next Monday, September 24th…now you can catch up on episodes…

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More delays

by on Sep.19, 2001, under General News

Several more projects are getting delayed after last Tuesday’s terrorist attacks, including The Time Machine (according to Coming Attractions it is due to a scene involving the moon breaking apart and striking NYC) and the Superman II DVD (the packaging apparently featured the Twin Towers).

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More stuff added to the Sci-Fi TV Store

by on Sep.17, 2001, under General News

In the quest to gather things people may not think of, I’ve added a few more things to the Sci-Fi TV Store. First up is Reboot, the pioneer CGI cartoon (season 3 only so far); Red Dwarf has also been added – you can get the entire series AND the two outtake tapes; Star Blazers first season is available on DVD, and all three seasons in three tape collections; and I’ve added a Miniseries section starting with V and Frank Herbert’s Dune. And just added: Blake’s 7. Keep checking back for even more…

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