The illustrator worked on Star Trek: Waypoint #3 and is filling in for Tony Shasteen on two-issue story of Star Trek: Boldly Go.Read More
Star Trek Beyond
To celebrate the release of Star Trek Beyond on DVD, Chris Pine recently spoke to NME about the movie, the legacy, and his plans for the future. Oh, and how he thinks Captain Kirk “can be a dick.”
Simon Pegg, co-writer and co-star of Star Trek Beyond spoke with Entertainment Weekly recently about writing the film’s villain, Krall, comparing him to the Republican presidential candidate in the United States. He also talks about Star Trek’s “heart”, a deleted scene with a nod to Lieutenant Romaine, and the possibility of a fourth Kelvin film.
In celebration of the release of Star Trek Beyond in Digital HD and Blu-ray, TrekMovie is giving away three of these gorgeous limited edition Mondo posters, which you won’t find anywhere for sale.
Doug Jung, co-writer of Star Trek Beyond, brings up that Zero Dark Thirty thing again. Jung talked to Entertainment Weekly recently about the process of writing the movie, his onscreen role as Sulu’s husband, and his thoughts on where the franchise could go next.
This week, the Shuttle Pod crew talk the future of our favorite franchise. Given Star Trek Beyond‘s performance at the box office, will there be a fourth Kelvin timeline film? Do Beyond‘s low box office numbers put more pressure on Star Trek: Discovery to keep the franchise afloat? And, what does the exit of fan favorite Bryan Fuller as show runner mean for the show’s future?
TrekMovie spoke to Sarah Gaydos, the driving force behind the recently launched anthology series, Star Trek: Waypoint.
You sent us your best Trekkie Halloween costumes, and we’ve picked out some of our favorites! With so many awesome costumes, it was hard to pick just two to win a copy of Star Trek Beyond on Blu-ray. Check out our two winners plus honorable mentions!
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.
Star Trek Beyond Blu-rays and DVDs hit store shelves Tuesday, November 1st. But before that, Trekkies will be taking to the street to – well, to do what they normally do: dress up! This Halloween, TrekMovie and Paramount are teaming up to give out more than just candy. After all, who wouldn’t want to find a Star Trek Beyond Blu-ray combo pack (Blu-ray + DVD) in their trick or treat bag? Tell us in the comments how you are suiting up this Halloween, and you could be one of two lucky winners.
Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen elevate their Final Frontier narrative with Star Trek: Boldly Go #1. The comic takes place during the final few minutes of Star Trek: Beyond, and as the creative duo demonstrate, a lot happened in that short amount of screen time.
Get a step-by-step video tutorial from Star Trek Beyond’s makeup experts on how to create Jaylah, just in time for Halloween.
The Star Trek Beyond gag reel does its predecessors proud.
Star Trek Beyond is available for digital download starting today. To celebrate, the digital content delivery service VUDU is hosting multiple Star Trek trivia contests (with prizes from TOS to STB, including a Starfleet Cadet uniform from Star Trek 2009) as well as a Star Trek Beyond viewing party this Friday. Hit the jump to learn more, and see how you could win a digital copy of Star Trek Beyond from VUDU and TrekMovie!
Star Trek Beyond has largely exited theatres domestically and now heads to home video release, first debuting on digital downloads (iTunes/VUDU/etc.) tomorrow (Oct. 4) and on disc in a few more weeks (Nov. 1). In our estimation, the film underperformed at the box office globally to the point where it looks to be unprofitable for Paramount Pictures, at least for now. This article examines the near-final numbers for Beyond, seeks to answer the question why this happened, and analyzes what this could mean for the future of the Kelvin Timeline on the big screen.
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.
Star Trek Sin Límites, as Star Trek Beyond is known in Spanish, premiered in Mexico earlier this month. Stars Simon Pegg and Zoe Saldana were on hand to talk about the new film and answer questions from the press. TrekMovie was there and brings you this report in photos.
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.
The new Star Trek Beyond character Jaylah is a dynamic addition to film and potentially the crew. Here I make my case for why she is among the strongest characters of the franchise and should stick around should another Kelvin film be made.
The Jaylah actress discusses being cast in Star Trek Beyond, her career thus far, and transforming into the franchise’s newest lifeform.
This week marks a month since Star Trek: Beyond’s release on July 22nd. While the film has been praised by general audiences, fans, and critics alike, it has failed to replicate the box office success of the previous two films of the Kelvin Timeline, only earning $146.8 million domestically and $84.2 million internationally for a total gross of $231 million. This article seeks to examine why the film, seemingly so enjoyed by millions, did not do better at the box office.