Chase Masterson Stars in New Retro Sci-Fi Short R.U.R.: GENESIS October 3, 2013by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: Celebrity,Sci-Fi,Web , comments closed
See Chase Masterson (Leeta of Deep Space Nine) like you’ve never seen her before: in a sexy, retro-futuristic science fiction thriller, R.U.R.: GENESIS. The short film, now available online, combines past, present, and future in the style of an alt-history 1969. Masterson stars along other Trek vets in a cast with a surprising number of Trek connections. Hit the jump to watch R.U.R.: GENESIS for yourself.
In January, after five seasons, FOX ran the series finale of Fringe the genre show from the Star Trek team of JJ Abrams, Bryan Burk, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. And now FOX is getting back in the genre business with the team with two new shows – Almost Human from Bad Robot (starring Karl Urban) and Sleepy Hollow from K/O (featuring John Cho). Watch new previews for both below.
Watch: Trailer For Orci & Kurtzman’s Ender’s Game – Showing With Star Trek Into Darkness May 8, 2013by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Orci/Kurtzman,Sci-Fi , comments closed
When you sit down to watch Star Trek Into Darkness there will be a trailer for another sci-fi space movie produced by Star Trek writer/producers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman: Ender’s Game. But you don’t have to wait, the trailer is online now and you can watch it below.
Watch: Takei & Hamill In ‘The Neighbors’ + Sirtis Cast In NCIS [UPDATE: Billingsley Returns To Nikita] March 26, 2013by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,Sci-Fi,TNG,TOS , comments closed
Wendesday’s season finale of ABC’s sci-fi sitcom The Neighbors brings together Star Trek and Star Wars with guest roles for George Takei and Mark Hamill. See below for a promo and some stills. And in other Star Trek guest star rules, Marina Sirtis is headed to NCIS. [UPDATE: John Billingsley is returning to Nikita next week...watch the promo]
JJ Abrams Explains Star Wars Change Of Heart + See Empire Mag’s Star Trek Into Darkness Cast Photo Cover March 23, 2013by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Abrams,Sci-Fi,ST: Into Darkness Sequel,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
When LuscasFilm and Disney announced that JJ Abrams was going to direct Star Wars Episode VII people were surprised, especially because he had previously said he turned down the job because of his work on Star Trek. Now in a special JJ Abrams Issue of Empire Magazine, Abrams explains his change of heart. Details on that below, plus a preview of the cool Empire fold out Star Trek Into Darkness cover.
JJ Abrams Casts Karl Urban In Futuristic Cop Show ‘Human’ + UPDATE: Billingsley Cast In ‘Intelligence’ Pilot March 12, 2013by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Abrams,Celebrity,Sci-Fi,ST09 Cast , comments closed
JJ Abrams is making another sci-fi TV show and he is bringing one of his Star Trek stars on board. Today it was announced that Karl Urban will be starring in Abrams show Human on Fox. More details below. Plus there is news on Benedict Cumberbatch’s future with Sherlock. [UPDATE: Enterprise star John john Billingsley cast in CBS drama.]
CONFIRMED: J.J. Abrams to direct next ‘Star Wars’ for Disney January 24, 2013by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Abrams,Sci-Fi , comments closed
Variety and other Hollywood news sources are reporting today that J.J. Abrams is directing the next Star Wars after all. There aren’t any details other than the fact Disney is close to closing the deal with Abrams. So treat this with a degree of skepticism until we see something official from Disney and/or Bad Robot directly.
UPDATE 01/26/2013: Confirmed by Disney and J.J. Abrams
TrekInk: Star Trek Doctor Who Christmas Special December 24, 2012by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Books,Comics,Magazine,TNG,TOS,Who , comments closed
Now that the epic eight-issue Next Generation/Doctor Who mini-series from IDW Publishing has concluded, TrekMovie presents a Star Trek Doctor Who Christmas Special, briefly reviewing a completely random and entirely subjective literary and art history of the intersections of the Trek and Who franchises. Read on about some old (and not so old) Trek/Who stuff after the break…
William Shatner As Doctor Who’s Next Master? December 21, 2012by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Celebrity,Sci-Fi,Shatner , comments closed
The worlds of Star Trek and Doctor Who are colliding this week with some buzz around the notion of William Shatner appearing in Doctor Who as a classic villain. Could Bill be the next evil Time Lord to face The Doctor. He seems open and so is the actor who plays The Doctor. However the show’s executive producer doesn’t seem so keen. Get all the details below.
TrekInk: The Doctor, the Captain, the Cybermen, and a double dose of the Borg – Reviews & Previews of 2 New Comics December 19, 2012by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Review,TNG,Who , comments closed
Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2 concludes and Brannon Braga’s Star Trek: The Next Generation – Hive continues. This week’s fresh Star Trek comics from IDW Publishing are bad to the Borg. Previews, spoilers, and a brief rant ahead. We also have previews of both new comics
Will Star Wars Episode VII announcement hurt Star Trek Into Darkness marketing rollout? November 2, 2012by Joseph Dickerson , Filed under: Editorial,Marketing/Promotion,Sci-Fi , comments closed
Disney announced on Monday its purchase of Lucasfilm, and with Lucasfilm comes Star Wars. Disney’s also said that a new Star Wars trilogy will be made. This is interesting timing for science fiction, when new Star Wars movies are being made alongside new Trek. What does this latest announcement mean for the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness film? Op-ed guy Joe Dickerson takes a look at the merger in this latest editorial. Hit the jump for the story.
Season 4 Of Warehouse 13 (Featuring Brent Spiner) Kicks Off Tonight – Preview Vid & Pix July 23, 2012by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,Sci-Fi,TNG , comments closed
On tonight’s fourth season premiere of Syfy’s Warehouse 13, Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Brent Spiner joins the show in a recurring role. We have images from tonight’s episode along with video for season 4 to get you started. Check it all out below.Conventions/Events/Attractions,Sci-Fi,Trek Franchise,Viral Video/Mashup/Images , comments closed
Space Command, the new independent sci-fi film project with Star Trek vets behind and in front of the camera, has wrapped up it’s Kickstarter fundraising campaign, and even exceeded its goal. Filming now set to start later this year. We have the new VFX Demo created by Star Trek vet Doug Drexler, plus footage from the SDCC panel, and more. Check that all out below.Abrams,Sci-Fi , comments closed
This fall Star Trek director/producer (and co-creator of Lost and Fringe) JJ Abrams has another mysterious TV show headed to NBC, Revolution. The new series is set in a post-apocalypse world where all technology has stopped working. A new clip with footage and interview clips (including Abrams and pilot director Jon Favreau) was revealed at Comic Con and is now available from NBC. Watch it below
Urban Literally Gagged By JJ Abrams For Star Trek Sequel Talk + Watch New Red-band Dredd Clip July 13, 2012by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Rumor,Sci-Fi,Spoilers,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
On his publicity tour for Dredd, Karl Uban has been making news about the new Star Trek sequel. Now the new Doctor McCoy is making light of possibly releasing spoilers – showing reporters that he has literally been gagged by JJ Abrams, however he continues to talk about something for Star Trek on YouTube. Details below, plus check out the brand new red band trailer for Dredd.
Karl Urban, Star Trek’s new Dr. McCoy, is starring in another big sci-fi movie – Dredd – coming out in September. And today Lionsgate released a full trailer for the film adaptation of the comic book. Check out all the Karl grimacing in a bleak future goodness below. We also have the official synopsis, the new poster and some images from the movie too.
When it returns for its fourth season this summer, the Syfy series Warehouse 13 will once again feature a Star Trek luminary. This time Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Brent Spiner is coming on board for multiple episodes. More details and a first look below.
Film Review: Prometheus June 8, 2012by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Lindelof,Prometheus,Review,Sci-Fi , comments closed
With Prometheus (in theaters today) director Ridley Scott returns to the film universe he started with Alien in 1979. Co-written by Star Trek’s Damon Lindelof, the new movie is a worthy addition to the Alien franchise, but also a different film that poses as many questions as it answers. More in the TrekMovie review below, including some spoilers.
Sci-Fi Movies Wednesday: The Dark Knight Rises, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Prometheus, Blade Runner 2, Kick-Ass 2, Thor 2, Ender’s Game, Robocop, Dredd, Pacific Rim + more June 6, 2012by Rosario T. Calabria , Filed under: Prometheus,Sci-Fi , comments closed
In this week’s Sci-Fi Movies Christopher Nolan discusses the final chapter of his Batman trilogy, we get new details on that G.I. Joe 2 delay, learn release dates for the next ‘Planet of the Apes’ and X-Men movies and discover new details on Prometheus and the Blade Runner sequel. All that plus much more including news on Kick-Ass 2, Thor 2, Iron Man 3 Transformers 4, Pacific Rim, Dredd, Ender’s Game and the Robocop remake along with the latest images and videos.
EXCLUSIVE: Lindelof On Star Trek Sequel’s Character Focus + 3D & IMAX + Team Already Talking 3rd Movieby Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Interview,Lindelof,Prometheus,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
In the second part of his exclusive TrekMovie.com interview, Star Trek sequel co-writer/producer Damon Lindelof discusses character dynamics of the Trek crew, how story trumps scale, the logistics of 3D (and IMAX), and more. And just in time for Wrath of Khan week, he explains how that film had a big impact on him. Damon even talks about how the team have already started talking about a third Star Trek movie. Check it all out below, and don’t worry there are no spoilers.