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Wonder Woman: Bloodlines Will Premiere at Nycc with Batman Beyond 20th Anniversary

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment returns to New York Comic Con with two spotlight events - the World Premiere of the latest DC Universe Movie, Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, and a celebration of the 20th anniversary of Batman Beyond and its upcoming remastered release on Blu-ray - over the October 3-6, 2019 weekend at the Javits Center.

Presentations will include a film premiere and never-before-seen remastered footage, discussions with production/acting talent, a special autograph signing, and exclusive prizes for inquisitive fans. Both of the Wbhe panels will be held on Nycc's Main Stage. The cast and filmmakers of Wonder Woman: Bloodlines will be hosting an autograph signing - on exclusive-to-nycc mini-posters - on Friday, October 4 from 4:00-4:45pm.

Friday, October 4 - 7:45-9:45 - Main Stage - World Premiere of Wonder Woman: Bloodlines

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, DC and Warner Bros. Animation invite New York Comic Con attendees to
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Carl Ruiz, Food Network Star, Dies at 44

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Carl Ruiz, Food Network Star, Dies at 44
Carl Ruiz, celebrity chef who regularly appeared on Guy Fieri’s Food Network shows, died Saturday at the age of 44, according to a statement from his New York restaurant, La Cubana.

“On behalf of the La Cubana family, with heavy hearts, we are deeply saddened to share the passing of our beloved Executive Chef Carl Ruiz,” the restaurant’s statement reads.

“No words can fully express our sadness at the sudden loss of our dear friend and brother. Beyond his immense culinary talent, Carl’s larger-than-life personality never failed to entertain, enlighten, and uplift every person he encountered along his #Ruizing adventures. His fierce intellect and infectious humor knew no bounds. He was a mighty force of down home Cuban cuisine, and lived life to the fullest, just as he cooked–with ‘dancing always’ as the most important ingredient. Here at La Cubana, Carl paid proud tribute to his Cuban roots each night,
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Aron Eisenberg, Beloved Star Trek Actor, Dead at 50

Sad news out of Hollywood today.

Aron Eisenberg, who is best known for his appearances on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, has died.

He was just 50 years old.

Eisenberg's wife, Malissa Longo shared the news of the actor's passing on Facebook.

"It is with extreme regret and sadness to announce that my love and best friend, Aron Eisenberg, passed away earlier today,” she wrote on the social media platform.

“He was an intelligent, humble, funny, emphatic soul. He sought to live his life with integrity and truth.”

The pair got married in December 2018.

“While our marriage, on paper, was a short one,” she writes, “our hearts had been married for far longer. I will be forever thankful for the time we had to love each other.”

No cause of death has been revealed, but the actor previously opened up about his health issues.

He was born with one kidney, which failed,
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‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Actor Aron Eisenberg Dies at 50

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‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Actor Aron Eisenberg Dies at 50
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” actor Aron Eisenberg, who played Nog in the 1990s series, died Saturday. He was 50.

His character Nog, who appeared for all seven seasons, was a member of the alien race Ferengi, and joined Starfleet after a recommendation from Captain Sisko. Eisenberg returned for a guest spot on “Star Trek: Voyager” and appeared in the “Star Trek” fan film “Renegades.”

His widow Malissa Longo wrote on Facebook, “He was so driven to put the best he had into whatever work was put before him. He lived his life with such vigor and passion.”

Eisenberg, who was born with one kidney, had received two kidney transplants. The kidney trouble had stunted his growth, and he stood at 5 feet tall.

He had been married for nine months. “We didn’t officially announce that we had eloped on December 28th, 2018. We were hoping to have a big shindig in celebration of our nuptials,
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Aron Eisenberg Dies: Actor Who Played “Nog” On ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Was 50

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Aron Eisenberg Dies: Actor Who Played “Nog” On ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Was 50
Aron Eisenberg, an actor who played the first Ferengi to join Starfleet in the Star Trek spin-off Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, died on Saturday. His death was reported by his wife in a Facebook post. The cause of death was not revealed, but Eisenberg had received two kidney transplants, most recently in 2015. He was 50 years old.

“He was an intelligent, humble, funny, emphatic soul,” Eisenberg’s wife, Malíssa Longo, said in the post. “There will never be another light like Aron’s. The beauty that he was and the legacy he leaves behind is beyond words. I love him dearly and will miss him eternally. At the moment I’m not sure how to do life without him.”

Nog, the son of befuddled Rom and nephew of scheming bar owner Quark, was a recurring character on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He was often paired as the best friend
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Star Trek's Aron Eisenberg Dead at Age 50

Star Trek's Aron Eisenberg Dead at Age 50
Aron Eisenberg, who played fan-favorite Ferengi character Nog on the '90s series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, has died. He was 50. The actor is survived by his new wife, Malíssa Longo, and two sons, Christopher Eisenberg and Nicholas Eisenberg. Longo announced on Facebook on Saturday morning that Eisenberg was hospitalized in critical condition, without elaborating. That night, she revealed that he had died. "It is with extreme regret and sadness to announce that my love and best friend, Aron Eisenberg, passed away earlier today," she wrote. "He was an intelligent, humble, funny, emphatic soul. He sought to live his life with integrity and...
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Aron Eisenberg, ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Star, Dies at 50

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Aron Eisenberg, ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Star, Dies at 50
Aron Eisenberg, who played Nog on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” died Sunday at the age of 50, his wife Malissa Longo announced of Facebook.

“It is with extreme regret and sadness to announce that my love and best friend, Aron Eisenberg, passed away earlier today,” Longo wrote. “He was an intelligent, humble, funny, emphatic soul. He sought to live his life with integrity and truth.”

A cause of death has not been announced.

Eisenberg played Nog on 40 episodes of “Deep Space Nine,” which came as a surprise to him, as he took the role without being told any details about his character or how long he would play it. Nog is the first member of the Ferengi, a greedy alien race always looking for a profit, to join Starfleet thanks to the recommendation of Captain Sisko.

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Star Aron Eisenberg Dies At Age 50

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was a real departure for the franchise as beforehand, the series had a focus on exploration, with Tos and Tng following more or less the same path of the crew of a ship encountering a new situation and having to solve it every week. But with DS9, which was set on a space station situated at a strategic location, the franchise got a little bit more complicated.

While we still got episodes that took on the usual Trek template of exploration, there were also storylines examining interstellar trade, political maneuvering and the morality of the Federation. Though a definite change of pace for the franchise, it was fantastic and has gone down in history as not only one of the greatest Star Trek shows of all-time, but one of the greatest shows, period.

Of course, a lot of that was due to its extremely talented and likeable cast as well,
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10 Things From Star Trek: Deep Space Nine That Haven't Aged Well

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was a monumental show for all the right reasons. The characters were well drawn out, a willingness to go against the grain of what made Star Trek special and were arguably the alternative for Star Trek fans. It also marked the first time that the lead was an African-American with a far more diverse cast than previous iterations.

Related: Star Trek Tng: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

Despite the accolades the show received for its story arc, there will still some glaring things that have not stood the test of time. This might be nitpicking but it still has to be brought up in the conversation. Here are 10 things from the Star Trek: Dsn that haven't aged well.
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Star Trek: The 10 Worst Episodes Of DS9 Ever, According To IMDb

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was a sci-fi series that ran from 1993 to 1999, spanning 176 episodes. It was the third sequel to the original Star Trek series, after The Animated Series and Next Generation. It takes place in the years 2369-2375 and takes place primarily on a space station as opposed to aboard a star ship. The show follows Commander Benjamin Sisko, Major Kira Nerys, Constable Odo, Chief Medical Officer Bashir, and Quark.

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Critics and audiences loved that it explored lengthy serialized storytelling, as well as religious themes—ideas that Rodenberry had forbade in the original series and Next Generation. But every series has its bad episodes. Here are the ten worst episodes of DS9.
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Link Tank: The Best Sandbox Creation Games For Minecraft Fans

Spencer Mullen Aug 30, 2019

Sandbox Creation Games, Marvel's The Eternals, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and more in today's daily Link Tank!

Here's why storm clusters are a growing weather problem.

"Melting glaciers, rising sea levels, global warming, and violent storms: the effects of climate change are well-documented. But a growing weather trend that has caused much concern is storm clustering — when three (sometimes more) hurricanes or typhoons group together in a short space of time, gathering strength and unleashing even greater devastation."

Read more at Inverse.

Here's why we were shipping Bashir and Garak from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

"Although fans have been shipping characters together since the Star Trek franchise began, one popular same-sex relationship almost saw canon representation onscreen. This is the story of Julian Bashir and Elim Garak—the gay relationship on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine that never was."

Read more at The Mary Sue.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Star Confirms Their Character Was Pansexual

The Star Trek franchise has always boldly gone where no other show has gone before in terms of pushing for better representation on TV. The Original Series featured the first interracial kiss on Us television back in the 60s, for instance. By the time we got to the 90s, meanwhile, Trek attempted to tackle Lgbt characters, though restrictions on what they could do at the time meant they were forced to mostly do this through implication and subtleties for the fans to pick up on.

Now, however, at long last, one star of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine has confirmed that their character was pansexual. Terry Farrell was among the cast who had gathered to promote documentary What We Left Behind: A Look Back at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine at the Star Trek Las Vegas convention recently. She spoke on the topic of the sexuality of her role Jadzia Daz,
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The 'Star Trek' Universe's Future on the Big Screen

The final frontier is once again within reach. This week CBS and Viacom merged back together, meaning that the totality of Star Trek, as both film and television entities, are under one roof for the first time since 2005 and the conclusion of Star Trek: Enterprise. In the 14 years since, Star Trek has regained its television footing and found success on the streaming platform CBS All Access with Star Trek: Discovery, which along with the upcoming Star Trek: Picard, follows the canon established by Gene Roddenberry's original series, Star Trek, and furthered by Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star ...
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Link Tank: 9 Facts About The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Spencer Mullen Aug 15, 2019

The Tale of Peter Rabbit, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, The Terror: Infamy, and more in today's daily Link Tank!

A study revealed how large quantities of microplastics are reaching the Arctic.

"The Arctic’s icy expanses are remote, barren, and relatively untouched by human activity. Or at least, they were. Microplastics, which have been found in the Great Lakes, the oceans, and even human waste, are now a common occurrence in the Arctic. These particles, which are smaller than 5 millimeters across, can come from diverse sources including plastic trash, car tires, and even cosmetics. New research in published Wednesday in Science Advances shows how surprising quantities of microplastics are reaching the Arctic."

Read more at Inverse.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's two-part "Past Tense" episode is chillingly predictive.

"Almost every morning, I look at the news, and it becomes clear we are living in the darkest timeline.
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Carnival Row: Breaking Down the Epic Worldbuilding

Alec Bojalad Kayti Burt Aug 14, 2019

We talked to Travis Beacham and Marc Guggenheim about creating a world of humans and mythical creatures for Carnival Row.

Carnival Row, Amazon's upcoming fantasy drama starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, is epic in its scope and worldbuilding. Set in a neo-Victorian city filled with mythical creatures, the story follows Bloom's Philo, a human detective working to catch a serial killer, and Delevingne's Vignette, a refugee faerie with a dangerous secret.

Created by René Echevarria and Travis Beacham (Electric Dreams), with the Arrowverse's Marc Guggenheim as an executive producer, Carnival Row has a lot of TV experience behind-the-scenes. Den of Geek had the chance to chat with Beacham and Guggenheim about bringing such a complex world to life.

This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Some spellings of mythological creatures and concepts may not be the final Amazon-approved versions.

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Wonder Woman: Bloodlines release details and special features revealed

Following last week’s trailer for Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, Warner Bros. has now announced the home entertainment release of the animated feature which hits digital on October 5th, followed by a 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD release on October 22nd; check out the cover artwork and special feature details below…

Experience an all-new adventure with DC’s most powerful heroine – filled with intrigue, mythology and relentless battles on shores near and far – in Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, the next entry in the popular series of DC Universe Movies. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC, the feature-length animated film arrives – accompanied by the DC Showcase animated short Death, inspired by Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman” – from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital starting October 5, 2019, and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, and Blu-ray Combo Pack on October 22, 2019.

In Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, Amazon princess Diana of Themyscira chooses to save fighter
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Wonder Woman: Bloodlines Details, Date Unveiled

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Burbank, CA – Experience an all-new adventure with DC’s most powerful heroine – filled with intrigue, mythology and relentless battles on shores near and far – in Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, the next entry in the popular series of DC Universe Movies. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC, the feature-length animated film arrives – accompanied by the DC Showcase animated short Death, inspired by Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman” – from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital starting October 5, 2019, and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, and Blu-ray Combo Pack on October 22, 2019.

Wonder Woman: Bloodlines will be available on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (USA $39.99 Srp; Canada $43.99 Srp) and Blu-ray Combo Pack (USA $24.98 Srp; Canada $34.97 Srp) as well as on Digital. The 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack features an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc in 4K with Hdr, a Blu-ray disc featuring the film in hi-definition and a digital version of the movie. The
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Star Trek Documentary Goes Behind the Scenes of Deep Space Nine

Ryan Britt Aug 7, 2019

Ira Steven Behr’s Star Trek labor of love is finally available to the general public. Here’s what you need to know...

If you’re a hardcore Trekkie, you probably already know about What We Left Behind; the crowd-funded documentary that looks back on the legacy of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. And if, you don’t, the best way to describe the doc is that it’s a snapshot of a particular fandom, curated by someone who helped create that fandom in the first place.

Producer and showrunner Ira Steven Behr wasn’t the creator of Deep Space Nine (that would be Rick Berman and the late Michael Piller), but, he certainly is the biggest advocate of the series these days. In What We Left Behind (a riff on the show’s series finale titled “What You Leave Behind"), Behr interviews the expansive cast, crew,
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What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Deep Space Nine Review: An Amazing Documentary

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What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Deep Space Nine Review: An Amazing Documentary
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was the fourth television series in the Star Trek franchise. It ran for seven seasons and a hundred and seventy-six episodes in syndication. The finale, "What You Leave Behind", aired on June 2nd, 1999. DS9 was markedly different from Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation. The show setting was a recovered enemy space station near the planet Bajor. A grieving Starfleet commander, Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks), assigned to help the Bajorans recover from a devastating occupation; discovers a wormhole to a distant region of the galaxy, the Gamma Quadrant. What followed was a thrilling, slow-burn escalation to the epic, Dominion War; a conflict against powerful Gamma Quadrant adversaries that threatened the United Federation of Planets.

What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Deep Space Nine is a wonderful retrospective and coda to the beloved series. The documentary is produced and directed by Ira Steven Behr,
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Comic-Con 2019: Shout! Factory Highlights Include “Inside an Indie Studio” Panel and The Howling Bloody Variant Statue

One of the most anticipated Comic-Con highlights for horror fans every year is the annual Shout! Factory panel that includes the announcements of upcoming horror Blu-ray releases from Scream Factory, and this year is no exception, as the "Inside an Indie Studio: Shout! Factory" panel will be taking place on Saturday evening in Room 23ABC, and we have the full details on Shout! Factory's entire panel lineup and convention exclusives.

Check out the press release below for full details on Shout! Factory's Comic-Con panels, and you can also view the image gallery for a look at some of their convention goodies, including an Sdcc exclusive The Howling Bloody Variant statue (limited to 500) from Psc Collectibles (which is also available online as a standard edition).

Keep an eye on Shout! Factory's website for more information, and visit our Comic-Con online hub to keep up to date on our coverage of the convention!
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