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 Princess Leia Organa,
 Carrie Fisher Dead at 60

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   December 27 at 8:55am

 Carrie Fisher, Actress who was best
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"Star Wars" original trilogy, has died.



Our Condolence to Debbie Reynolds, Friends, and fans as well as Star Wars fans in the passing of Carrie Fisher. She was a great person and Actress who is best and forever known as Princess Leia Organa in the "Star Wars" original trilogy, has died, according to her daughter Billie Lourd.


"My Mother, Carrie Fisher, passed away this morning
 December 27 at 8:55am"

Born October 21, 1956 as Carrie Frances Fisher. Carrie became an American actress, screenwriter, author, producer, and speaker. She was known for playing Princess Leia in the Star Wars films and had published her semi-autobiographical novels, which includes Postcards from the Edge, and the screenplay for the film of the same name, as well as her autobiographical one-woman play, and its nonfiction book, Wishful Drinking, based on the show. Her other film roles included Shampoo (1975), The Blues Brothers (1980), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), The 'Burbs (1989), and When Harry Met Sally (1989).
Carrie Fisher is survived by her mother Debbie Reynolds, her brother Todd Fisher as well as her half-sisters, actresses Joely Fisher and Tricia Leigh Fisher. Sem-rik hafa heh kash-tok kosu (Fascinating and Intelligent Woman.)


 Tushah nash-veh k'dular Princess Leia Organa (Rest in Peace Princess
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Originally a two-part story draft for the Star Trek: Phase II TV series in 1977, it was rewritten into a one-part episode for this production. A good deal of the episode takes place on Qo'nos, the Klingon homeworld: which was shot on location at Fort Ticonderoga, New York, and at a local restaurant. Members of the International Klingon Federation helped out with the location shoots.

  The Enterprise has been ordered on a suicide mission to the heart of the Klingon Empire. Pulled in every direction by warlords and other Klingons that have their own agenda, the son of  Kitumba suddenly finds himself confronting his very enemy: Captain James Kirk and the Enterprise. The choices he makes will resonate through the galaxy for years to come. The extended-length episode will not only explore Klingon society and show us the home planet, but will bridge the gap between the TOS Klingon Empire and Klingon Empire we saw in the feature films. "Kitumba" includes a cast of 36 with 59 extras - sporting ridges as well as TOS Klingon makeup. Introducing Kario Periera Bailey as the Kitumba, special surprise guest stars for the episode include Gil Gerard and Andrew Probert.

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Set phasers to stunned: A Kickstarter campaign for a new "Star Trek" project has already quintupled its original $10,000 goal to fund a fan film by veteran science fiction actors.

The short fan film, called "Star Trek: Prelude To Axanar," takes place decades before the famous exploits of Captain James T. Kirk and his Enterprise crew of "Star Trek" lore and is scheduled to warp into release this May. As of Friday (March 28), the Kickstarter project had raised $58,362, with three days left in the campaign.

What's more, its makers promise "Axanar" will foreshadow the most epic Trekkie fan film ever: a full-length movie with a $250,000 budget that will focus on the Battle of Axanar, which was won by Starfleet captain Garth of Izar about 21 years before the original "Star Trek" series took place. [Watch: "Star Trek: Prelude to Axanar" Kickstarter Video]

"We knew that we needed some sort of trail, or some sort of sizzle, so that people could see what we were capable of doing and being impressed by it," said project lead Alec Peters, who portrayed Garth in the unaffiliated TV web series "Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II", of the decision to make a shorter film first.

The two projects, he says, will mark a new era in the surge of fan-made films and shows made about the "Star Trek" franchise. With heavy participation from science-fiction actors and members from past "Star Trek" production crews, Peters said his project has enough experience, story and graphics to compete with conventional Hollywood films made for millions of dollars.

The logo for "Star Trek: Prelude to Axanar."
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A generation-long obsession

Peters first became fascinated with Axanar about 25 years ago, after he watched the "Star Trek: The Original Series" third-season episode "Whom Gods Destroy." The episode has Kirk facing off against an irrational and dangerous Garth, who by then was facing mental illness due to a rescue mission.

That story is where Peters and his collaborators are drawing some of their material today, such as a few facts about the battle and that Garth's book was required reading at Starfleet Academy (the training ground for Starfleet officers in the series.)

Peters' interest piqued again after portraying Garth in 2010. He began writing a script and learning what copyright on the "Star Trek" franchise permits. CBS, he said, allows fan productions of "Star Trek" stories to go ahead as long as the fan projects do not make a profit.

"We can't sell DVDs, but we can give them away if you make a donation. That's the full basis of Kickstarter," he said.

Peters then worked on assembling a team. An early break came when Peters approached Richard Hatch, a star in both versions of "Battlestar Galactica" who was Peters' first acting coach 20 years ago. Hatch agreed to be Kharn, the Klingon supreme commander, and other actors quickly followed his lead.

Also attached to the project are Michael Hogan (another BSG veteran), J.G. Hertzler (Klingon general Martok in "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine") and Gary Graham (Vulcan ambassador Soval on "Star Trek: Enterprise", a role he will reprise in the new film.)

Each actor is working at a discount because they care deeply about the project, Peters added. Peters will reprise the role of Garth in this project.

World War II-style documentary

"Prelude to Axanar" will be a "documentary" focusing on the events of the forthcoming feature film. At about 20 minutes long, the film will be interview-heavy — like a History Channel World War II special about the Battle of Stalingrad or Battle of the Bulge. In this case, the stories will focus on the Battle of Axanar.

"This is meant to be a proof of concept and a dry run," for the bigger film, Peters added, saying that the team hasn't quite decided on when to shoot and release the feature film yet. They're focused right now on preproduction of the "documentary."

In the long run, Peters sees the mock-documentary and film as resume-boosters for his team. Another highlight, he added, will be the visual effects created by fellow "Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II" veteran Tobias Richter.

"I hope people will take notice of this and say,
 'They did this for a quarter million dollars?'," Peters said.

"We all work in the industry and we all want to improve our resume. We're trying to create something that’s groundbreaking, that people will be fascinated by, when it's all done."

To can learn more about the "Star Trek: Prelude To Axanar" Kickstarter, visit: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/194429923/star-trek-prelude-to-axanar

The film's website is: http://www.startrekaxanar.com

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Scene from "The Ultimate Computer"


Did You Know

• That in this episode 'The Ultimate Computer' which first aired March 8, 1968, James (Montgomery "Scotty" Scott) Doohan provided the voices of the M-5 computer and the unseen Commodore Enwright.

• This is the fourth time Kirk "talks a computer to death". He used this skill in "The Changeling", "The Return of the Archons", and "I, Mudd".

• Mathematician Laurence N. Wolfe wrote the original story for this episode, which was based on his fascination with computers. However, it emphasized the M-5 unit and its creator, Dr. Daystrom, and barely featured the Enterprise crew. It was heavily rewritten by D.C. Fontana, who focused the storyline around Kirk's fear of being replaced by a machine.

• Commodore Wesley's high-backed command chair appears to be the same one used on the ISS Enterprise's command chair in "Mirror, Mirror".

• Spock describes M-5's diversionary tactics as "pursuing a wild goose". In "The Gamesters of Triskelion", after McCoy calls Spock's search for Kirk, Uhura, & Chekov a wild goose chase, Spock retorts that he was not chasing "some wild aquatic fowl".

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You never heard of Star Trek you say?

 You never heard of Trekkies you say?

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  This documentary about the Star Trek ™ fan-nomenon is loaded with Interviews of hundreds of devoted fans and such Star Trek™ cast members as Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, Kate Mulgrew and Brent Spiner and so on....
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