Deep Space Nine to Boldly Go into History
THE Star Trek spin-off, Deep Space Nine, is ending with a special, two-hour episode featuring most of the characters who have appeared in the series over its seven-year run.
"You don't work together so closely for so long without shedding a few tears when it comes to an end," said Irish actor Colm Meaney, who plays Miles O'Brien in the series.
Star Trek: Voyager remains in production and executive producer and co-creator Rick Berman says he plans to develop a new Star Trek series within three years at the most.
"I'm sure that whatever we do next will be dramatically different because we want to do something that challenges us, but it will still embody all the visions of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry's idea of the future," he says.
Martin conducts concert
THE producer of the Beatles' records, Sir George Martin, will conduct the orchestra at the summer season's opening night of the Hollywood Bowl, where the Beatles performed 30 years ago.
Joining him at the June 25 concert of Beatles music will be British violinist Pip Clarke and an all-star rock group featuring vocalist/guitarist Trevor Rabin from the group Yes and vocalist/drummer Stewart Copeland from Police.
Comedy turn for Brooke
BROOKE Shields, who recently separated from her tennis star husband Andre Agassi, has begun work on the film After Sex.
Shields stars in the romantic comedy which examines modern relationships through the eyes of seven young adults who are forced to deal with personal turmoil after a wild weekend in Palm Springs. …