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25 Years Later: Bombshells From 'Best Of Both Worlds'

How one line, 'To be continued,' changed 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' forever

It's hard to imagine now, but despite the introduction of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in 1987, the 1980s still belonged to Capt. Kirk, Spock, McCoy and the crew of the original USS Enterprise. Few took the show seriously, and it even spilled over into the conventions. "The fans were split on the acceptance of the show," said Ronald D. Moore, one of TNG's writers who would go on to redevelop "Battlestar Galactica" for Syfy. "You would go to conventions and there would be bumper stickers and T-shirts that basically said, 'I'm a real Trekker. Forget the bald guy.' Stuff l ...
 | Jun-21-2015 | 
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Emmy-Winning VFX Artist Gary Hutzel Dies

Work was featured in 'The Next Generation,' 'Deep Space Nine'

Gary Hutzel, the award-winning visual effects artist for shows like "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," has died. He was 60. "We are reeling in shock at the sudden death of our friend and colleague, Gary Hutzel," Michael and Denise Okuda, fellow visual effects artists, announced on Facebook Thursday. "His creativity, dedication and unfailing good humor helped make him a major contributor to the worlds of Star Trek: TNG and DS9, as well as 'Battlestar Galactica' and numerous other projects that were fortunate to benefit from his genius." Hutzel ...
 | Mar-3-2016 | 
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