Posts by Brian Rollins:
I don’t blame Phlox for going crazy, I act the same way every morning before my Dr. Pepper fix.
I personally didn’t like Blade Runner enough to rank it as number one, but it is their magazine. I would, however, like the name of the crack-smoking gibbon that placed Barbarella on the list!
It’s bad enough Star Trek fans don’t get out in public very often, but Viacom has found a new way to compound the problem: Online Conventions. Using real-time video streaming and 3D avatars, fans from around the world will be able to attend Vir-Con 2002. For more details check out vir-con.net
Nemesis Preview at E3
Star Trek fans attending E3 this year (May 22-24) will be in for a special treat. According to StarTrek.com Paramount & Activision will be distributing free CD-ROMs with Star Trek: Nemesis material on it. No details as to what that material may include.
Just a mere mortal with no connection to the game industry? Don’t panic. Paramount will be passing out the discs at Star Trek conventions throughout the summer and autumn.
Nemesis opens in the US Theaters Friday, December 13th. That’s right kids, Friday the 13th. Get it out of your system now.
Following up on a previous post, Rick McCallum, Lucas’s right-hand man, has confirmed the original trilogy on DVD. It will be three years away (jives with Lucas’s early announcement) and it will contain even more changes.
My favorite quote from the piece: "With George… he’ll keep on changing the film till the day he dies."
From the studio and author themselves.
A brand-new review, go check it out!
Brought to you in living Macrovision!
Following in the footsteps of ST:TMP, Paramount is releasing an expanded DVD edition for “The Wrath of Khan.” Sweet lord, the “Battle of the Mutara Nebula” in Dolby 5.1? I may wet myself.
I know many a fan who considers this to be the best of the film series, so this should sell even better than the first film’s digital treatment.
Expect discs to hit store shelves on or around August 6th. I didn’t find any pre-order options as yet.