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Alexander Siddig Confirmed for London Film & Comic Con

Organizers announced today that Alexander Siddig will appear at the London Film & Comic Con taking place July 5-7 at Earl’ Court 2 in London. Sid is scheduled to appear all three days and will be available for autographs. Other DS9 attendees include Avery Brooks, Nana Visitor, Rene Auberjonois, Andy …

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New Star Trek Novel Series Features New DS9 Space Station

Simon & Schuster is set to launch the latest series of Star Trek novels in August with Star Trek: The Fall: Revelation and Dust by David R. George III. The series is a TNG/DS9 crossover, with characters from both series making appearances, and features a brand new DS9 space station. …

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LAWRENCE OF ARABIA Being Developed As A Miniseries

In the wake of successful historically-based miniseries like Hatfields & McCoys and The Bible, producer Roland Emmerich is updating Lawrence of Arabia. Emmerich has begun development of his own miniseries adaptation of historical figure T.E. Lawrence, spearheaded by FremantleMedia International. ”T.E. Lawrence was undoubtedly one of the greatest military and political …

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DA VINCI’S DEMONS: Second Season Ordered

When STARZ sees something good, they hang on to it! The cable network announced today that, less than a week after the premiere of Da Vinci’s Demons, they’ve ordered a second season of the action adventure romp. According to the press release, production of season two is expected to begin in …

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INESCAPABLE: Enter To Win An Online Viewing!

Sidsters, have you been eagerly awaiting the opportunity to watch Inescapable? Good news for those of us not in the areas where the movie is playing in theaters: Inescapable is currently available to stream or download at SundanceNOW for less than the price of a ticket to the cinema! SundanceNOW gives …

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DS9 Celebrated as “Most Influential” Star Trek Series

Popular website Hollywood.com unveiled a new column this week, Get The To The Geek, promising to focus on “everything that prevented you from getting a date in high school: sci-fi, comics, videogames, basically anything that features something going ‘pew pew.'” Rather than pontificate on the state of geekery today, columnist …

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