|30th||Stewart supports 'Voyage of the Odyssey'|
Photo courtesy of SEI
in August Patrick was in Monterey, California to help launch the research
vessel 'Odyssey' on it's 3 year voyage to investigate the effects of pollution
on the sperm whale population.
The project - developed by marine biologist Dr Roger Payne of the Ocean Alliance/WCI - is supported by the WWF, Pacific Life, and Sustainable Ecosystems Institiute(SEI), whose founder & president Dr Deborah Brosnan is chief scientist aboard the 'Odyssey'.
Patrick already supports the work of Ocean Alliance and will act as the public spokesperson for the 'Odyssey' project. He will also make several visits to the vessel throughout the voyage.
Find out more about the 'Odyssey' project by visiting
|27th||X-Men movie cast and news update|
begins for approximately 80 days in Toronto on 27th September for the X-men
movie, in which Stewart will play the lead role of Professor X.
The rest of the cast is as follows:
Fox studios have pushed forward the release date for the film to July 2000 making it their entry for next year's lucrative summer boxoffice bonanza.
|16th||Patrick hosts Amnesty USA Spotlight Awards|
being honoured himself in 1997 by Amnesty USA, for his work over many years
with the human rights organisation, Patrick will act as host for next month's
Annual Spotlight Awards
The awards are given to those people whose work in the media helps promote the cause of human rights.
Details of tickets for the event on 27th September at Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers in NYC can be found at Amnesty USA's web site
|3rd||'Canterville Ghost' on US TV this Friday|
you've not caught Patrick in the excellent Canterville
Ghost TV movie - which he also co-produced - you can see
it thisFriday, Aug. 6th, @ 6:00 PM (central time) on the ODSY
The film gave an early role to Neve Campbell, who gives a fine performance as the American girl who discovers the secret to release the soul of Sir Simon De Canterville (Stewart) from his 400 year old curse.
Thanks to Jane Hall for the info