The first season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is coming to DVD on February 25, 2003. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; this started out weak, but grew into the best Star Trek series we’ve seen yet.
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Anonymous Coward writes, I feel that it only appropriate to inform you of this link over at the BBC. Douglas Adam’s lost episode is going to finally be made and broadcast over the web. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/tv_and_radio/2477373.stm Two Anonymous Cowards submitted this, so I just decided to post the first submission.
Korei writes, FOX has apparently gained the rights to a live-action movie of the popular anime/manga series “Dragonball Z”. The info can be found at DBZ’s official site, http://www.dragonballz.com. And, Dragonball’s creator, Akira Toriyama, made this short statement about the live-action DBZ movie(from http://www.dragonballz.com/): “Recent movies have surprised us by entering such territory that used to belong only to comics with wonderful technology and wisdom. As a big movie fan, I am truly looking forward to the movie version of Dragonball. I hope you will entertain millions and millions of people with the brand new Dragonball of a totally new dimension that surpasses my imagination,” and there are rumors of the movie coming out around 2003 or 2004. You can find more information at http://www.filmforce.ign.com/. That’s all I know.
If you haven’t seen the episode yet, watch it before reading further. I tried to keep this review spoiler free, but there are some things that you don’t even want a hint of.
Wow, was this a great episode. (I get Buffy on Monday nights on A-Channel Edmonton.) This is a landmark, people. Pay very close attention to all of the seemingly unimportant details, because you know they’ll all be coming back.
According to the IMDB People News section for November 11, J. K. Rowling has announced that Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is finished. It clocks in at 38 chapters, and will be edited a bit more before going to the publisher. It’s expected to hit store shelves within five months.
In 1995, American Gothic hit the airwaves. I still believe it’s the best show that’s ever been on TV. Well, according to this Cinescape article, co-creaters Sam Raimi and Shaun Cassidy are back at it, making a new show for CBS. I know I’ll be watching.
Anonymous Coward writes, There’s a petition asking Fox to give the show a chance to develop despite less then stellar Neilsons. To me, this show has more potential than anything since Crusade, so let’s make sure Joss gets a chance to develop it!
Will Lorne’s spell-casting abilities ever rival Willow’s?