Monday morning round-up: Terminator, Warhammer, Miss Moneypenny

Good morning, SFXers. Here's your run-down of stuff that came to light over the weekend:

Item! A consulting producer from TV's forthcoming Sarah Connor Chronicles has announced that there will be a second Terminator movie trilogy, with the first instalment due in 2009. One of the fresh flicks is set to follow the war of the machines, although it's unlikely Arnie will be joining in this time. More over on SFX's sister site DVD Review .

Item! Coming imminently: a Warhammer 40,000 turn-based game for handhelds. There's a new trailer for the PSP version over at Pocket Gamer . A DS version will also be available.

Item! Lois Maxwell, who starred as Miss Moneypenny in 14 James Bond movies with Sean Connery and Roger Moore, has died. The BBC reports that she appeared in more Bond films than any of the actors who played the lead role. She passed away yesterday in Australia aged 80.

Item! That's a bit sad, so here's something trivial to send you on your way – an illustration showing the scales of your favourite SF characters. How tall is a Klingon? Find out here (thanks SF Signal ).

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