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This LIVE broadcast will feature Brian Sipe and Neville Page who worked with JJ Abrams on the new Star Trek movie.
Brian is an Emmy® award-winning make up artist for his work on the FX network reality series "Black...White". He also worked with JJ Abrams on the new Star Trek movie and on the Oscar® winning team for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. He also worked on the new Terminator: Salvation movie with McG that will arrive in theaters May 21. Brian currently works on STAR TREK: PHOENIX as the Lead Makeup & Special Effects Artist.
Also joining Brian will be Neville Page who also worked with JJ Abrams as the Creature Designer for the new Star Trek movie. Neville was the creature designer for Cloverfield and Watchmen; conceptual artist/creature designer for James Cameron's new movie Avatar coming to theaters on December 19.
The LIVE broadcast is scheduled for 2 hours and if time permits, Leo Roberts, Senior Executive Producer, will provide production updates. Ben Johnson, who plays the first officer of the USS Phoenix, Commander Talis Jaryn, will host.
If you have any questions for Brian, Neville, or Leo in advance, you can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. To ask Brian/Neville/Leo questions during the LIVE broadcast, please call (347) 237-4385.
LIVE BROADCAST TIMES
11:00am PDT (1:00pm CDT | 2:00pm EDT | 7:00pm BST)
This LIVE broadcast will be available as a podcast following the segment. It will be available via stphoenix.com and iTunes.
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Tonight Jim and I will talk about the new RPG/Miniatures Game based on Star Trek called "Star Trek Attack Wing"
We'll have as a special guests the people who are members of the FB page who helped push it to 400 likes and over.
With the time remaining we'll bring everybody up to speed on this weeks episode of "TVD" and "The Originals" as well.
There has not been a Star Trek game of this magnitude since the card game put out by Decifer back in the 90's. There are actually a lot of similarities between the two, the main difference is the use of minatures.
Join host Nicholas Wansbutter and guests Stephen Heiner and Jason Frazier for a discussion of the original Star Trek Series, the first in a miniseries that will cover all of the iconic Star Trek television series and their associated movies.
Celeste Yarnall is a former actress, model, and TV spokeswoman who is well known for her guest-starring role in the original Star Trek, and as Elvis Presley's co-star in "Live a Little, Love a Little." However, her true passion is pets.
She was inspired her to earn a doctorate in Nutrition from Pacific Western University and is the author of Cat Care, Naturally; Natural Cat Care, a complete guide to holistic health care for cats; and the companion Natural Dog Care, published in 2000. Her award-winning book, The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care, co-authored with Jean Hofve, DVM, was published in 2009 by Quarry Books. Her newest book with Dr.Hofve, PALEO DOG will be released in 2014 through Rodale Press.
Celeste writes a highly popular blog for the social action network Care2.com, “Celestial Musings,” which reaches over 20,000,000 members globally. She contributes to Natural News Network (naturalnews.com), and has been published in The New Zealand Journal of Natural Medicine, Raw Instincts, Healthy Dogs, Naturally and many others.
Celeste is a producer and is featured in a documentary film created by Emmanuel Itier, entitled Femme: Women Healing the World; Sharon Stone is the Exec Producer. The film also features Jean Houston, Barbara Marx Hubbard, and Marianne Williamson.
Celeste is currently an associate producer on a new Sci Fi spoof film project entitled UNBELIEVABLE!!! Celeste appears as herself in the film.
Celeste writes a blog for Care2.com and www.celestialmusingsblog.com
J.J Abrams is boldly taking us where no man has gone before with his anticipated sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness! So it only makes sense that we'll be joined by resident Star Trek expert Leslie Combemale!
Plus, Paramount's handling of Star Trek Into Darkness embargoes has kicked up a hornet's nest among critics, but is it all warranted? We'll explore the growing animosity between the working press and the big studios with Blackfilm.com's Wilson Morales.