It seems there's nothing Neil Patrick Harris can't do: He was the title character in Joss Whedon's Emmy-winning, all-singing, all-emoting Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog; he wowed us at the Emmys; and now he'll be voicing and singing a new character in an upcoming musical episode of Batman: The Brave and Bold, the animated TV series, next week.
Hot damn, Olivia Wilde has landed the female lead role in the upcoming Disney's "Tron" sequel. Few details are known of the character the actress will be portraying in the film, titled "TR2N." The movie will be helmed by commercial helmer Joseph Kosinski.
Today is a sad day for Trek fans and Sci-Fi fans alike, Majel Barrett Roddenberry passed away at the age of 76 after a short battle with Leukemia at 12:27 AM on December 18 . She died at her home in Bel Air, California with her son Eugene ‘Rod’ Roddenberry by her side along with other family and friends. Trek fans like to think of Majel Barrett Roddenberry as the First Lady of Star Trek and even though that is true, her title is much greater than that, Majel has been the Queen of Sci-Fi.
Majel Barrett-Roddenberry: Legacy
Several things have come out today from the Official Star Trek Site. First off we have a new theatrical banner featuring the main crew, consisting of Scotty, McCoy, Uhura, Kirk, Spock, Sulu and Chekov. You can check out this awesome banner by following the link below.
Also Paramount Pictures and the IMAX Corporation has announced that Star Trek, directed by J.J. Abrams ("Mission: Impossible III", "Lost" and "Alias”), will be simultaneously released to both IMAX and conventional theatres worldwide on May 8, 2009.
Well I have to say I didn't see this coming but it is a good surprise for those of us who liked Star Trek the original TV series, Majel Barrett-Roddenberry will reprise her role as the voice of the starship Enterprise computer in the upcoming JJ Abrams-directed "Star Trek" film. She has voiced the role in four "Star Trek" TV series and three films.
"X-Files" producer Frank Spotnitz is disappointed with the box office numbers of "X-Files: I Want to Believe," but is still eager to get another sequel into development as soon as possible.
Who says that News Papers are behind and out dated? The Herald-Sun newspaper had some very interesting news about the long-rumored "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" movie. Here is a excerpt:
Aired: 09/14/78 - 05/27/82
Mork from Planet Ork is sent to Earth in his eggshell spacecraft to observe our culture and study our emotions since Orkans don't have any. He meets Mindy McConnell and she lets him stay in her attic. Mindy tries to keep the fact that her roommate is an alien a secret, but her Dad is not too happy about his little girl living with a guy, so Mindy has to explain! Everyone else thinks that Mork is just some guy who's one step away from a mental institution. You see, Orkans do many things the opposite of Earhlings. They sit on their heads, wear their shirts with buttons in the back, etc.
9/23/2005 - Present
Ghost Whisperer intro Monologue:
Ghost Whisperer Theme Song with Intro MP3
Ghost Whisperer Theme Music MP3
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