Saturday, November 28, 2009

Phil Morris – actor who’s first appearance on Star Trek


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On December 2, 2009 @ 7:00 P.M. PST

Phil Morris – actor who’s first appearance on Star Trek dates back to the original Star Trek series episode “Miri”, has appeared in Star Trek: The Search for Spock, Star Trek:Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. Fans of Seinfeld will remember him as Jackie Chiles. Join us for a special Wednesday evening conversation on Blogtalkradio's: NDB Media channel.

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Monday, November 16, 2009

Weekly Announcements for the Jericho Fandom

Weekly Announcements for the Jericho Fandom
Jericho Electronic Broadcast System (JEBS)
November 14, 2009
If you wish to submit an announcement to this service, please e-mail the announcement to Ichthus at or by 8 p.m. ET on Friday. The announcements will be sent out by Gwen near midnight (PT) on Friday. There will be a midweek update on Tuesday night (same deadlines), if there is more information to send out.
JEBS now goes to all the regional mailing lists. Anyone who subscribes to JEBS is automatically enrolled in their regional mailing list. Please e-mail and say subscribe and list your state. You will get an acknowledgement after you've been added.
Weekly Gatherings
Beau's Bark - Co me join our "open house" chat for most of Tuesday evening to accommodate the ti me zones!! This is a fun time to get together with old friends and make so me new ones! Looking forward to seeing you there!
Sportsman Lodge Bar- Every Friday 9:30 pm EST/ 6:30 pm PST, drop by have a drink and share a story. Go to last page of this thread:
Tuesday Night Ranger Watchers - Co me chat and watch with us on Tuesdays at 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern. You will need to be logged on to see the chat room link, which is under the community menu (chat for members).
Comic Previews
There will be some special preview pages posted next week. They will be posted on some of the Jericho boards and you will need to check the different boards in order to find the preview page.
JKI will be offering a prize to the first fan who finds the location of the daily preview page.
Prize will be an 8.5 x 11 cloth Allied States Flag. Once you find the preview page, e-mail Gwen at and put Comic Preview Page in the subject and the URL of the preview page.
The comic will premier on Wednesday, November 25th - just 11 more days!
Dave Murphy to the White Courtesy Phone
I am trying to contact Dave Murphy, who wrote the original Save Jericho petition. The e-mail address I have is but that doesn't seem to be an active account. Does anyone have current contact information for Dave or can someone give him a message to contact me (
WHTJ Weekend of Memories DVD
Dear Jericho Ranger,
The lengthy delay with shipping the WHTJ Weekend of Memories DVD has been because of possible litigation. Unfortunately, the litigation has advanced to the next level. Due to the impending litigation, we regret to inform you we will not be able to ship the WHTJ Weekend of Memories DVD.
A refund will be possible by request only. Attendees who paid by credit card through registration will require a refund by check. Individuals who ordered the DVD and paid by paypal will receive their refund through paypal. Refunds will be in the amount of $14.00 for individual paypal orders and $14.00 per family who attended.
If you desire a refund, please email me, Steve Wood, at and put REQUEST REFUND in the subject line. Requests for refunds must be received by me no later than December 31, 2009. You may also request your $14.00 be donated to Operation Homefront or Jericho Comics for the Troops.
Your patience and understanding over the past few months have been greatly appreciated.
On behalf of JR4OT, Inc, I offer my deepest regrets.
Steve Wood
Station 4 ARG
Come join us in the hunt for clues to this new Jericho story. It's been rumored for awhile that an official ARG is coming and we hope the current mystery provides a clue to the next adventure.
Discussion thread:
Archive thread (quick read to catch up):
Outside Jericho
Jericho Birthdays by Mud62
D. B. Sweeney (John Goetz) - 11/14
James Parks (Agent Hicks) - 11/16
Thom Williams (Burlyman) - 11/16
Frankie Martinez (Electrician) - 11/16
Roxanne Bruso (Texan Doctor) - 11/19
Natasha Leigh (Skylar's Friend) - 11/21
Kitty's News Corner & Reminders
Aasif Mandvi (Kenchy Dhuwalia) is also in the movie "It's Kind of a Funny Story" slated to be released in 2010 in selected cities.
Lennie James (Robert Hawkins) gets a mention in an interview with Jim Caviezel about "The Prisoner"
The Village Tour article (also has a Jericho comic mention)
Jon Turteltaub (Jericho Executive Producer) signs on to direct a film chronicling the birth of Greenpeace.
For those watching ABC's Flash Forward, yes you heard "Jericho" in this past episode. Interesting... this Jericho is a private security hired by the US government ...
Skeet Ulrich (Jake Green)will be on TV this November 18th and 25th on CSI NY!!
DB Sweeney (John Goetz) is scheduled to be on Criminal Minds on November 25th...... =0)
Lennie James (Robert Hawkins) as prisoner 147 in the mini-series "The Prisoner" on AMC November 15th-17th.
Carol Barbee (Executive Producer) "Three Rivers" on Sundays on CBS
Bob Stephenson (Jimmy Taylor) is in "The Forgotten" Tuesdays on ABC
Jazz Raycole (Allison Hawkins) ... She was on "Eastwick" and ABC will not be continuing the show past the original 13 episodes.

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DECEMBER 9 2009 @ 8 am Big Grin
Devils Due Releasing
JERICHO comic book
NOVEMBER 25 2009

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

David Goyer Talks On ‘Ghost Rider 2′

David Goyer, a screenwriter for Batman Begins and Super Max, was recently asked by MTV about what to expect from Ghost Rider 2. He has mentioned that it’s not exactly a reboot, and the story picks up eight years after the first film. “I hate to say it’s more realistic, because he’s got a flaming skull for a head, but it’s a bit more stripped down and darker. It’s definitely changing tone. What ‘Casino Royale’ was to the Bond movies, hopefully this will be to ‘Ghost Rider.’” The movie is ...

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Monday, November 2, 2009

Terminator franchise to be auctioned off

image The rights to the Terminator film franchise will be auctioned this month in a deal that will test Hollywood intellectual property valuations at a time when film industry profits are under pressure from falling DVD sales.

The sale, which comes weeks after the rights to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were sold for $60m -- and is likely to exceed that -- has sparked considerable interest because Terminator is a rare example of a blockbuster film franchise not controlled by a big studio.

The interest in the future rights of Terminator underscores the value of IP during a tough time for Hollywood. That value has held up, with Walt Disney recently agreeing a hefty premium in its $4bn deal to buy Marvel Entertainment.

Several financial buyers have expressed interest in Terminator, including Platinum Equity, the Beverly Hills firm that owns Delphi, the auto parts maker. Platinum could not be reached for comment.

All the big film studios have also registered interest in the rights, with Sony Pictures a leading contender, according to a person familiar with the situation. Sony declined to comment.

Summit Entertainment, the company behind the Twilight series, is tracking the sale, as is Media Rights Capital, which produced Sacha Baron Cohen's Bruno, the person added.

The rights are being sold by Halcyon, the production company behind Terminator Salvation, the latest instalment in the series, which grossed $380m worldwide. The auction does not cover earlier Terminator films.

The rights will give the buyer the ability to make new Terminator films, TV programmes and other spin-offs that build on the popularity of the franchise.

The sale is being conducted by FTI Capital Advisors, recently appointed by Halcyon when it sought bankruptcy protection. Halcyon filed for Chapter 11 after a dispute with Pacificor, a Santa Barbara-based hedge fund that lent Halcyon funds to buy the Terminator rights.

The rights to the franchise have changed hands many times and were sold to Halcyon for $25m two years ago by Mario Kassar, who produced Terminator 2: Judgement Day.

Kevin Shultz, senior managing director at FTI, pointed to the recent $60m purchase of rights to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise by Nickelodeon, the cable network owned by Viacom. "We have a property that has made three times the box office [takings of the TMNT films]," he said.