June 10th, 2009
Star Trek Online has posted a couple of updates to their site including a new 'Meet the Team' and a brand new rap contest featuring the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition. Wait, what?!
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The Shatner Project (a youtube channel) recently released a new video featuring an interview with Roberto Orci. The interview took place at The Shat's Hollywood Charity Horse Show.
Roberto discusses the part for The Shat in 'Star Trek' that was shelved, his love of Star Trek: TNG, and his tounge-in-cheek review of 'Star Trek'. Check out the video below. CONTINUE READING >>
Simon & Schuster has recently released an excerpt from their forthcoming book 'Star Trek: TNG: Losing The Peace. Written by William Leisner, the book follows the crew of the Enterprise as they deal with another Borg invasion into federation space.
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As reported by the Chicago Tribune, Colm Meaney (Chief O'Brien, TNG, DS9) is set to play the King of Hearts in the upcomming Sci Fi miniseries 'Alice'.
Oscar winner Kathy Bates is making a foray into television as the Queen of Hearts in the upcoming Sci Fi miniseries "Alice."
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Federation News Service
Jerad Formby reporting
Embargos against the planet of Orion for its treatment of its blonde females are not as effective as President Jaresh-Inyo was hoping.
“This is the Federation and we believe in equal treatment for all of its citizens no matter the color of their hair,” Jaresh-Inyo said in a press conference this morning.CONTINUE READING >>
Star Trek Online executive producer Craig Zinkievich has posted an article called The Anatomy of an STO Play Test over at MMORPG.com. This is another part in the on going dev blog for the upcoming Star Trek Online due in 2010.CONTINUE READING >>
As reported by Information Aesthetics, the visual design company OOOiii was responsible for creating the information displays on the bridge of the new enterprise. Apparently, which was a shocker to us, the displays were live and interactive for the cast to manipulate.CONTINUE READING >>