I don’t recall whether Ursula K. LeGuin came up in the recent discussion of “cool SF that should be made into a movie but hasn’t.” Anyway, “The Lathe Of Heaven” is coming — to A&E, no less. Read all about it.
StarTrek.com has put together a retrospective site for Voyager fans with episode guides, cast bios, and interviews.
After a review of the final episode, I’ll put up my own retrospective and encourage you all to share your thoughts on the last seven years of Voyager’s trip home.
Gotta love The Wire. Production on the series finale of Voyager is underway, and the rumor mill says Patrick Stewart is working on a draft of the next Trek movie that includes the death of Captain Picard. (Hopefully, he won’t decide to have a half-dozen novels ghost-written where he brings himself back from the dead.)
The Oscars were awarded yesterday. For a complete list of nominees and winners, “read more.” Again, we use our standard notation for sci-fi and fantasy.
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The Gunmen were back, trying their best to make us laugh. Find out how they did by clicking “Read more,” or tell us how they did by clicking “Post a comment.”
A few days back, StarTrek.com posted a bit of info that may shed more light on the new series than Paramount may have intended. Michael Okuda has been named as Scenic Arts Supervisor. This probably means that we will be seeing a sequel to Voyager in the Star Trek timeline.
Okuda has been with the Star Trek franchise since 1986 and was responsible for quite a bit of TNG’s look and feel (including Geordi’s Visor).
This bodes well for the next series, but then, I may be reading too much into this. Any other thoughts?