Just like most news, after it’s posted it’s already dated. Sigh. Anyway, over in the Files Section, I’ve got the TV schedules through April 1 updated. As always, mad props to Jay Badenhoop for these schedules.
Coming Attractions has it rumored and then confirmed. WWF wrestler, The Rock, is mulling over the role. Could be fun, he has a bit of a comical side (his cameo on DAG was really funny).
He may not be too bad, the producers of “The Mummy Returns” were so pleased with him on screen, they’ve green-lit another sequel, “The Scorpion King” based around his character.
I believe the next Duke game (Duke Nukem 4Ever) is still slated for release sometime after hell freezes over.
Mulder’s back, and he brought the core of the X-Files with him. Despite Duchovny’s light acting requirements this week, Mulder’s presence was felt at every moment. Read on for the details.
Vince McMahon, of the World Wrestling Federation, sued Chris Carter, Ten Thirteen Productions, and Fox in a surprise legal action earlier this morning, claiming that their show “The X-Files” is confusingly similar to the wrestler “X-Pac”. Microsoft is planning a countersuit, claiming that since they’re a bigger company, they own all rights to the letter “X” and are claiming it for their “X-Box” home entertainment system. Sesame Street could not be reached for comment.
The Gunmen were back this week with one of their better installments. As always, click “read more” to read more.
Well now that we’ve all had some fun with our ideas for what was the best Trek series, how about your ideas for what you think the next Trek series should be about.
We’ve all heard the rumors, but what would make really good and really fresh Star Trek. My opinion is listed in “Read More.”
Don’t worry about copyrights. I doubt Rick Berman reads our site!
Del Rey publishers are asking their authors a few questions about how technology has affected their lives. The promise to send the answers to, and only to, their online newsletter. It sounds like you need to subscribe by May 1st. You can subscribe at their website. The latest DRIN (Del Rey Internet Newsletter) asked readers to forward it along so people can sign up in time. I’ll post it below for the benefit of all. (I receive it as text, so any formatting will be my own.)