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The panel featured Patrick Stewart, Margot Rose (Eline), and writer Morgan Gendel.
He also covered why there was no mirror universe in TNG, swapped roles in ‘First Contact,’ and writing ‘Threshold’ and ‘The Orville.’
The team behind the new Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Doc give an update on progress, and when it will be released.
Neville Page and Glenn Hetrick shared insights and images from their design work for Discovery.
Plus, the challenges of being under all that makeup.
The ‘Torchbearer’ is just the latest clue that these new Klingons are playing with fire.
We get all the details on what Starfleet is wearing in 2255.
Get a glimpse of another iconic prop from ‘Discovery.’
Also how CBS intends to launch more new shows and make full seasons of all current series available on All Access
Want to stream Star Trek movies? We made a handy guide to help you find them.
From Seinfeld to Hawaii Five-0, ‘Wrath of Khan’ has made its mark, because the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.
A Klingon, a starship captain, and a mycologist go to dinner, plus the latest production updates from ‘Star Trek: Discovery’
A potential strike could have a big impact on the production of Star Trek: Discovery. We also look at how past writers strikes have affected Star Trek.
Star Trek: Voyager sees its first new DVD release in North America since 2004. Read our review for more.
When The Roddenberry Vault project was announced to the world earlier this year at Comic-Con, it was a huge surprise to the legions of Star Trek: The Original Series fans. The Original Series is 50 years old this year, and fans thought that whatever there was to see from TOS had been seen; after all, for the 40th anniversary it had been given a proper HD scan, which meant digging all the film out of the CBS/Paramount archives. So what else is there? Read on to find out…
The latest installment in the Kelvin timeline movies comes to physical media Tuesday, November 1 in North America. It will be released in UltraHD Blu-ray, as well as 3D and 2D 1080p Blu-ray packs to cover all the possible ways you might want to consume Star Trek Beyond. Read on for our review of the 4k UHD Blu-ray edition.
All Classical Portland the public classical radio station of Portland, Oregon produces a radio show called “The Score” which focuses on film music. Their latest episode celebrates the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, airing Saturday October 8 at 2PM PST. It can be heard in multiple cities and of course can be streamed online. Read on for more details.
Paramount Home Entertainment gave USA Today an exclusive clip of a deleted scene from the forthcoming Star Trek Beyond home video release. The clip comes from right after the Enterprise docks at Yorktown and the crew starts to go explore the station. The clip shows a moment between Kirk and Scotty. We see Kirk feel the loneliness of being at the top, and Scotty has a dinner date with a familiar name from Season 3 of TOS. Click on for the video.
We finally have an official release date from Paramount Home Entertainment for Star Trek Beyond. It will be available on physical media in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D , standard Blu-ray, and DVD versions on November 1. As is becoming common, the digital version (sold through digital stores like iTunes) will be available to purchase earlier, on October 4. Full details are after the break.
10 years ago, the 40th Anniversary of Star Trek was fast approaching. HDTV was the future. CBS knew they needed to do something to be sure the “one that started it all”, The Original Series, was ready for that future. Produced from 2006-2008, The Original Series – Remastered (TOS-R) was a huge undertaking that came with a variety of challenges and fan controversies. Keep reading for an in-depth look back at the project.
CBS and Paramount have teamed up to combine all the HD content with The Original Series cast in one box. This includes the six movies, the three seasons of The Original Series, and, this box set is the debut of The Animated Series on Blu-ray. Plus the set includes an exclusive documentary and collectible goodies.
CBS Home Entertainment has released the full details of the much anticipated The Roddenberry Vault on Blu-ray. We first found out about the existence of this exciting 3-disc collection at the San Diego Comic Con. The set is due out on December 13. CBS has shared two video clips from the Vault set, along with the full press release. Read on for the details.
While full details about the home video releases of Star Trek Beyond aren’t available just yet, a reliable source tells Bill Hunt over at The Digital Bits that Beyond will be released to home video surprisingly early, on September 20. No other details have been given, but we do have a look at a few retailer exclusive versions, they come with different model ships, not different bonus content, as far as we know.
In a happy surprise from the Rod Roddenberry San Diego ComicCon panel, it was announced that Rod had culled through archives and found cut segments of Star Trek Original Series episodes, plus other behind-the-scenes bits. It will be released on a Blu-ray later in 2016 with a brand new documentary by Roger Lay, Jr (who was part of the team that did the awesome TNG and ENT Blu-ray documentaries). The full press release is after the break.
The Visual Effects of Star Trek Beyond are being handled by the excellent crew of Double Negative. Their work has won them acclaim and a couple of Oscars too (for Ex Machina and Interstellar). Kevin H. Martin, a Trekkie, and active member of online Trek communities – including TrekMovie, has a new article for HD Video Pro Magazine where he interviews co-founder and VFX supervisor Peter Chiang about Beyond.
The newest Trek films are part of the first wave of movies Paramount will release on the new UltraHD Blu-ray format. There are no new special features, they’re the same as The Compendium deluxe two-movie release from a couple of years back, but at least nothing is left out (I’m looking at you first versions of Into Darkness). Into Darkness is an especially good fit considering parts of it were filmed in IMAX. Read on to find out how the movies look and sound with the next generation video and audio formats.
As many of you are aware, there was an editing glitch that mistakenly repeated a shot of Sulu at the helm during the Kobayashi Maru training simulator sequence in the new The Wrath of Khan Director’s Edition Blu-ray. Paramount Home Entertainment has now issued a statement and instructions on how to get your disc replaced.
Some terrible surprising news this morning, the Associated Press is reporting Anton Yelchin (the new Chekov to Trek fans) has died in a car accident this morning. Our condolences to his family and friends. Press release is after the break. Updated with more details from Variety.
Adam B. Vary of BuzzFeed just published an in depth article on Star Trek fandom (centered primarily around the reboot movies and Axanar as two different sides of Trek and fandom), titled “Who Owns Star Trek? How Star Trek Created, Lost, And Won Back Its Devoted Fandom”. With interviews from Trek actors, producers, directors, and fans, it’s a great read. Click through for some choice excerpts.