Hasbro To Make Star Trek Toy Line – Starting In 2013 [UPDATED] February 10, 2012by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Merchandise,Star Trek Into Darkness,Toys , comments closed
Today brings big news for the world of Star Trek toys. In advance of the big Toy Fair which opens this weekend in New York, Hasbro has announced that it has entered into a licensing agreement with CBS to make a “variety” of Star Trek toys, starting in 2013…just in time for the next Star Trek movie. More details below. [UPDATED: More info and preview pic]
Paramount Officially Announces Star Trek Sequel Production Start January 14, 2012by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
On Thursday TrekMovie reported on the beginning of production for JJ Abrams Star Trek sequel, but today Paramount Pictures made it official with a press release announcing filming start. It also includes some details on the team behind the film. See below for the full release.
Video and Pix Of Paramount Rose Parade Float With USS Enterprise January 2, 2012by John Tenuto , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Conventions/Events/Attractions,Star Trek (2009 film),Viral Video/Mashup/Images , comments closed
As reported earlier, Paramount Pictures had their first float today as part of the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. Celebrating their centennial, the studio’s float featured some icons from Paramount films, including the USS Enterprise soaring over the Paramount mountain and gate. See video and images of the float below.
USS Enterprise To Soar Over Paramount Rose Parade Float December 29, 2011by John Tenuto , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Trek Franchise , comments closed
The Pasadena Rose Parade is one of the biggest New Year’s tradition, and this year Star Trek will be making an appearance. Paramount Pictures is sponsoring its own float for next week’s parade and it will prominently feature a USS Enterprise soaring over the famous Paramount arch. Details and preview below.
Star Trek Sequel To Be Released May 17, 2013 – In 3D November 23, 2011by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
According to a new report (confirmed by TrekMovie), JJ Abrams Star Trek sequel finally has a release date. The new Trek crew returns to the big screen on May 17, 2013. Not only that, but they will be in 3D. More details below.CBS/Paramount,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
TrekMovie already broke the news that JJ Abrams and team are seriously considering shooting part of the Star Trek sequel in Hawaii. Now a report confirms that Hawaii film commissioners were at Paramount last week to discuss the possible shoot. More details below.
Orci & Kurtzman Sell Political Conspiracy & Western Pilots + Abrams Adds Another Movie Project October 7, 2011by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Abrams,CBS/Paramount,Orci/Kurtzman,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
The last week brings more business deal news from the team behind the last and next Star Trek movie. Writer/producers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman have sold a couple more pilots for the next seasons, and JJ Abrams has added another film to his future schedule (after the Star Trek sequel).
Connor Trinneer: Enterprise Didn’t Kill Star Trek Franchise August 11, 2011by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Celebrity,ENT , comments closed
Charles "Trip" Tucker III may have been killed in the series finale, but actor Connor Trinneer bristles at the suggestion that the cancelled Star Trek: Enterprise killed the Trek franchise. The actor also says that (unlike most fans) he really liked the finale. More from Connor below.CBS/Paramount,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
Ten days ago Paramount began to shuffle their schedule around, officially moving GI Joe 2 to the summer 2012 slot occupied by the Star Trek sequel. And today they have made another move, setting a holiday 2012 date for the zombie movie World War Z. A new date for the Star Trek sequel is still pending.
Star Trek Loves Lucy August 6, 2011by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,History,TOS , comments closed
Today, Saturday August 6th, marks what would have been Lucille Ball’s 100th birthday. While best known as the star of the groundbreaking sitcom I Love Lucy, Lucile Ball was also instrumental in getting Star Trek off the ground. If Gene Roddenberry is the father of Star Trek, then Ball is sort of Trek’s godmother.CBS/Paramount,Trek on TV , comments closed
As previously reported, during 2011, CBS has been cutting new streaming video deals with Netflix and Amazon, which include Star Trek content. Not only has this been a boon for Trek fans, but it appears to be a big money maker for CBS. This week the company reported their second quarter profits, which were up significantly and much of the gains were attributed to their new streaming video deals.
CBS Extends Licensing Deal With Netflix To Canada & Latin America – Star Trek Included August 1, 2011by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Trek on TV,Web , comments closed
There is potential good news for Star Trek fans outside the USA who feel they miss out on some of the latest things. Netflix and CBS have announced new licensing deal for streaming TV content in Canada and Latin America. The deals will include at least some Star Trek series. Details below.
JJ Abrams: Making Headway On Star Trek Sequel – Resisted Studio Pressure To Rush Before Ready July 28, 2011by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Abrams,CBS/Paramount,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
Now that the Star Trek sequel has been officially delayed, producer (and likely director) JJ Abrams is talking a bit about how the team are finally "making headway" on the project and he also revealed how he resisted pressure from the studio to fast track the film before he felt it was ready.CBS/Paramount,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
Well Paramount has made official what we all knew was coming. The Star Trek sequel has been officially delayed and will not be released on June 29, 2012. Paramount has now put their second G.I. Joe film into that slot, but they have not yet picked the date for the Star Trek sequel. More info below, plus a poll on when you want the sequel to come out.
JJ Abrams Close To Directing Decision For Star Trek Sequel + Paramount Exercising Cast Options July 27, 2011by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Abrams,CBS/Paramount,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
Another indication has emerged today that Star Trek (2009) producer/director JJ Abrams is moving towards a decision to direct the sequel. A new report details how he and Paramount are beginning to plan ahead, including rescheduling the film and exercising the actor options. Details below.Marketing/Promotion,TOS , comments closed
On July 20th the UK Channel CBS Action (which already shows the original Star Trek) will begin airing reruns of Star Trek: The Next Generation. And to promote this, they have started a quirky campaign featuring regular people showing their inner Trekkie. Check out some of the images below.CBS/Paramount,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
More indications are emerging that the Star Trek sequel officially slated for June 29, 2012 is not going to make its date. While we await an announcement on how JJ Abrams and Paramount will proceed with their next Trek, there are indications a delay decision has already been made based on activity surrounding other Paramount Summer 2012 movies.CBS/Paramount,Celebrity,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
Yesterday TrekMovie’s exclusive interview with the Star Trek sequel writers had them talk about how the film could start shooting in September, but might not. Now a new report about Zoe Saldana’s schedule indicates the sequel may be set for November. Details below.CBS/Paramount,Marketing/Promotion,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
As we reported recently Paramount and CBS are in New York this week at the Licensing Expo to cut deals on their various properties, including the upcoming Star Trek sequel. A new promotional image for Paramount is being shown at the Licensing Expo which touts "Star Trek 2," but that doesn’t mean Paramount has already settled on the name.
JJ Abrams: “Cool” Star Trek Sequel “Worth The Wait” + Is Paramount Already Planning Delay? June 6, 2011by Rosario T. Calabria , Filed under: Abrams,CBS/Paramount,Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
There is more from JJ Abrams about the Star Trek sequel, with the producer talking about a "cool" story as well as discussing decisions on the release date and his directing of the film, saying it will be "worth the wait." Plus another report adds to speculation that Paramount may already be planning for a delay on the Star Trek sequel. Details on all that below, plus analysis on a new possible release date.