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Writer/producer Joseph Mallozzi has been hyping up Brad Wright’s pilot script for a new Stargate. He confirmed that it will address the whereabouts of Destiny and Atlantis, as well as feature familiar faces. (But we knew that last bit already)
Quantum Leap co-creator and exec on the new series Deborah M. Pratt recorded the invitation to her live interview and audience Q&A on The Companion in the voice of Ziggy. How good is it to hear that voice again after all these years?
A quick tally of Dune at the Oscars if you can’t be bothered to sit through all the drama and dresses: it picked up the Academy Award for Original Score (via Hans Zimmer), Visual Effects, Sound, Production Design, Film Editing (via Joe Walker), and Cinematography (via Greig Fraser). Six ain’t bad.
New photos have been released for the Doctor Who Spring special.
Gene Roddenberry’s least-loved space captain, Kevin Sorbo, is at it again. You can always tell when the Hercules and Andromeda frontman has been tweeting from the honk of his big rubber nose as it presses against the screen.
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