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Nov 3, 2000
MS helps you hack Scientology out of Win2k registry — The Register (UK)
Oct 19, 2000
Earth under threat again as Travolta hints at sci-fi sequel — Guardian Unlimited
Type: Press
Source: Guardian Unlimited
John Travolta has threatened to make a sequel to his universally slammed sci-fi epic Battlefield Earth. Defending the scientology-inspired film to journalists this week, he said: "The bottom line is that I feel really good about it. Here I was taking big chances, breaking a new genre I am so thrilled, believe it or not, at the outcome because I didn't believe I could get it done." Asked whether there would be a 'Battlefield 2' he said: "Sure.Yeah." Described by critics ...
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Oct 18, 2000
'Battlefield Earth' sequel considered // John Travolta considers Battlefield 2 — ABC News
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Type: Press
Source: ABC News
Battlefield Earth may have been one of the most critically mauled movies of the year, but that's not stopping John Travolta from talking about a sequel. “The bottom line is that I feel really good about it. Here I was taking big chances, breaking a new genre,” said Travolta. “I am so thrilled, believe it or not, at the outcome, because I didn’t believe I could get it done,” an upbeat Travolta told journalists this week, adding that critics have a ...
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Oct 14, 2000
Little choice but to give flicks the flick — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Oct 6, 2000
This star's in the wars — Illawarra Mercury (Australia)
Oct 1, 2000
Battlefield Earth (M) — Sunday Times (Australia)
Aug 14, 2000
Kiwi sect woman arrested in Northern Ireland — New Zealand Herald
Type: Press
Author(s): Catherine Field
Source: New Zealand Herald
PARIS - France has filed for the extradition of a New Zealand woman at the centre of a former religious sect which triggered nationwide controversy for alleged brainwashing of its members and violent abuse of their children. Delwin Johns-Schmidt, aged 34, was arrested in Belfast at the request of French prosecutors who filed an arrest warrant with Interpol, accusing her of kidnapping and illegally detaining her 10-year-old daughter, Victoria. The child, who was one of the sect's victims, was placed with ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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