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This year’s Florida Supercon was held this past weekend. Like last week’s Heroes Con, I was working on both sides of the table, so I feel I experienced a lot of what this excellent convention has to offer.

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Bluewater ProductionsSneak Peek

Bluewater Productions sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week.

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Press Release Actors Malcolm McDowell, Richard Hatch (“Battlestar Galactica”), and Walter Koenig (“Star Trek,” “Babylon 5”) have joined the cast of the steampunk adventure “Cowboys & Engines,” a short film produced by crossover star James Deen and written / directed by Bryn Pryor.

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Press Release James Deen, star of Bret Easton Ellis and Paul Schrader’s upcoming film, “The Canyons,” is onto another project.  To make it happen, he is taking to popular fundraising platform  Deen is producing “Cowboys & Engines,” a short film by writer / director Bryn Pryor, and he is taking   The future festival piece is an exciting steampunk western starring Jeff Cannata (“The Totally Rad Show”) and Walter Koenig (“Star Trek,” “Babylon 5”).

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Bluewater Productions

Walter Koenig (Chekov on Star Trek), has signed a deal with Bluewater Productions to create a new mini-series.  The series will take a look at a post-apocalyptic world where vampires are the dominant life form. “It’s quite epic,” Darren G. Davis, Bluewater Publisher said. “Fans of the genre might think they have seen this premise before, but Koenig’s vision for this is unique, creative and impactful. I am very excited to be a part of this project.”

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Sad news for the pop culture fans out there.  Actor Andrew Koenig, who had missing since February 14, 2010, was found dead in Vancouver, British Columbia.  Koenig had been diagnosed with depression, and had stopped taking his medication, according to CNN. The family stated that the actor took his own life.  He was 41 years old. Koening is best known as Boner from the 1980s television series Growing Pains, but had also appeared in several episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, following in his father’s footsteps as a Star Trek actor.  For those who have seen the fan film,

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