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A new set photo from Star Trek Discovery has leaked, showing a large group of redesigned Klingons.
Investigating a series of violent raids by a predatory species, Kirk and company discover a connection to Balok and his people from “The Corbomite Maneuver.”
Welcome back to our bi-weekly series on Gene Roddenberry’s work between Star Trek incarnations. Last time we looked at a boy and his robot in The Questor Tapes. This time we return to the land of the PAX in Planet Earth.
There’s a teaser trailer and an Indiegogo campaign for “What We Left Behind” under way.
The Enterprise is summoned to Starbase 11 for a prisoner transfer — to pick up Captain Kirk’s brother, George Samuel Kirk, who has admitted his guilt for murder.
Star Trek: Discovery has officially left space dock. The Shuttle Pod crew react to the sets, costumes, aliens, and more in the first DSC promo video.
John Byrne once again displays his love of Star Trek with his latest “lost episode,” which deals with a society of people that hides their faces.
A highlight of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary celebrations last year was the Star Trek art book and accompanying traveling exhibition, “Star Trek: 50 Artists 50 Years”. The collection is a triumph of risky artistic choices that, for the most part, paid off.
Star Trek Online celebrates its 7th Anniversary in style with an expansion pack that includes new missions, new ships, and the visualization of a race that was discussed but never shown on screen.
CBS today released a revealing new trailer for Star Trek: Discovery to the theme of “Star Trek is…,” the first three words Gene Roddenberry wrote in 1964. This is our first look at the show’s sets, costumes, uniforms, and ships.
Rumors of two cast members have been making the rounds.
Commander Kelly and his fellow judges will be awarding five prizes totaling $1 million dollars to individuals and/or companies that are trying to make the world a better place in February.
This week the Shuttle Pod crew examine Dr. Kate Pulaski, perhaps one of Trek’s least-loved major characters. She was mean to Data (“Dahta”), was condescending, and even dissed Picard her first day on the job. But, did Pulaski’s drama and conflict provide a missing aspect of the Enterprise crew that was sorely needed?
Alexa’s newest trick: waking up if you just say, “computer,” like Scotty in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
The fun continues as the Enterprise and its new crew member Hal Jordan fight Sinestro and his Klingons. Meanwhile, all the stranded Lanterns in the Kelvin Universe need to find a new power source, before their rings fail forever.
Star Trek Beyond crew Joel Harlow and Richard Alonzo woke up to some pleasant news today. Their work on the film’s makeup and hairstyling has been nominated for an Academy Award.
With the copyright infringement trial just 11 days away, Star Trek fan film Axanar producer Alec Peters settled with plaintiffs CBS and Paramount Pictures. The terms of the settlement, announced today, require that Peters admit “overreaching” and allow for a scaled-back production of Axanar as two 15-minute films that conform to all of the studios’ fan film guidelines announced last June.
The latest issue of IDW’s Star Trek anthology is the first to feature Voyager and Deep Space Nine. Naomi Wildman takes center stage in an enjoyable romp, while a Kira-focused tale presents a more personal story.
Sarek, Spock’s father, is the newest character added to Star Trek: Discovery, scheduled to premiere later this year. Actor James Frain has been cast in the role, a British actor who might be familiar to American audiences as Paul Raines on 24. He has also appeared on Orphan Black, Agent Carter, and Gotham, among his many other credits.
Production on Star Trek: Discovery is scheduled to begin on January 24, 2017, according to the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) Toronto-based union’s website. Read on to see the details.
The Star Trek franchise has certainly changed over the course of its five-decades long existence. This week, the Shuttle Pod crew attempt to classify each “age” of Trek, in the style of the classical Ages of Man (as is done in comic books: golden age, silver age, etc). And, to do it, we use TrekMovie editor Jared Whitley’s series of articles, “The Five Ages of Star Trek” as a guide.