‘Girls on Film’ Recreate Star Trek 2009 Scene – Recasting Kirk & Pike With Actresses January 18, 2011by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Fan Productions,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Have you ever wondered what Star Trek might be like if James T. Kirk was female? (Jane T. Kirk?) Well The Girls On Film project has, and decided to take a crack at it by recreating a scene from the 2009 Star Trek movie with actresses playing the parts of Kirk and Pike. Check it out below.Fan Productions,Star Trek (2009 film),Viral Video/Mashup/Images , comments closed
The most spectacular sequence for the 2009 Star Trek movie was probably the space jump sequence, which was so expensive it needed special budget approval. However, some segments were done using old school techniques and our video of the week has a "backyard fx" crew recreate a Star Trek shot on a shoe-string budget.Celebrity,Fan Productions,Humor,Shatner , comments closed
The notion of a "friend" has been redefined by the popular social networking site Facebook. Well Jimmy Kimmel has decided it is time to give up on your hundreds and thousands of ‘friends’ and got William Shatner to help him announce "National UnFriend Day". Watch the video below.Fan Productions,Merchandise , comments closed
Have you ever had an idea for a cool Star Trek T-shirt? (or mug, hat, or other merchandise?). Well CBS and CafePress have teamed up to allow fans to design and sell their own licensed Star Trek products. Find out more below.Fan Productions,Fandom,Viral Video/Mashup/Images , comments closed
Is it possible to find love at a Star Trek convention? Well one Trekkie made a love connection at a recent con in San Francisco, but then lost contact. He and a friend have made a short film to help him reconnect with his Trekkie dream girl. Check it out below.New Voyages/Phase II , comments closed
The popular fan series Star Trek Phase II is currently in post production on their prequel flashback episode "Origins". Today they released an early version of opening teaser for the episode, where you can see a young James T. Kirk facing the famed Kobayashi Maru test at Starfleet Academy. Check it out below.Fan Productions,Humor,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
The new Star Trek movie and crew has inspired a lot of talk, and now it seems it has inspired its own parody comic strip. The fan made "Ensign Sue Must Die" web comic started up in May and already has 14 strips. More info and a look at the strip below.Fan Productions,Viral Video/Mashup/Images , comments closed
Today we share a video from a Swedish composer who has composed a piece of music and put together a very nice video that is his tribute to the Star Trek saga, tying together the original and the new Star Trek.
Video of the Day: Mr. Worf in “I am Beautiful” July 1, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Fan Productions,Great Links,Humor , comments closed
An new stop motion animation featuring what it is really like for Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Worf is going viral. Made by a university studio, "Mr. Worf: I am Beautiful’ has to be seen, so check it out below.Fan Productions,Great Links , comments closed
Summer is a time for air shows. And wouldn’t it be great if you could go to an air show and check out some of Starfleet’s finest shuttles, along with Vipers, Eagles from the Moon and more of your favorite (fictional) spaceships? Well that is the idea behind today’s image of the day.
Koenig, Luna & Cawley Headed To Riverside, IA For TrekFest 2010 + Another Costumed Trekkies Record Attempt June 8, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,Conventions/Events/Attractions,New Voyages/Phase II,TOS , comments closed
On June 25th & 26th, the town of Riverside IA will hold its 26th annual TrekFest. Part town fair and part Star Trek convention, this year Riverside (aka "the future birthplace of James T. Kirk") will feature guests Walter Koenig, BarBara Luna and James Cawley. In addition, TrekFest will also be taking a crack at that Trek fans in costume record. More details below.New Voyages/Phase II , comments closed
The fan series Star Trek Phase II is currently in production on the special prequel episode "Origins". Producer James Cawley is so excited about a scene just completed between the young James Kirk and Captain Pike, that he had to share it. Check out the video below, plus an additional image from the episode and a chat with Matthew Ewald, the young Kirk in "Origins"./p>
D.C. Fontana To Judge Star Trek Fan Fiction Contest May 16, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,Fan Fiction,Fandom , comments closed
Star Trek Fan fiction has been around since the first Star Trek series began in the 60′s, and now aspiring authors have an opportunity to have their stories critiqued by one of the original writers for Star Trek, Dorothy ‘D.C.’ Fontana. The ‘Starfleet’ Star Trek fan club has announced their second creative writing contest will be judged by Fontana, details below.Fan Productions , comments closed
Last year the Starship Farragut fan series went into the second dimension with their first episode of Starship Farragut: The Animated Episodes, styled like the original Star Trek The Animated Series. Today they have released the final act of their second episode, featuring guest voices of Trek vets Chase Masterson and Tim Russ. Watch it below.
There is a new Star Trek fan production that has just released their first episode and it is pretty impressive. Star Trek Phoenix, produced by the Seattle-based Temporal Studios, is a new take on the 25th century of Trek’s prime universe, set aboard a massive new ship: the USS Phoenix. More details below.Fan Productions,Humor , comments closed
A month ago we featured a trailer for a no budget short film spoof of Star Trek 2009. Today the guys at Push It Films have released the final version of ‘Sweded Star Trek’, and it is pretty hilarious. Watch it below.Fan Productions,New Voyages/Phase II , comments closed
The popular fan series Star Trek: Phase II is planning on releasing three episodes in 2010, with the first premiering next weekend at FedCon (and online later in May). Phase II star/producer James Cawley has given TrekMovie and update on their 2010 schedule, including two exclusive video previews and a first look at a certain animated character making his way to the bridge.
FedCon XIX Preview: DS9 Stars + Phase II Screenings + Trek Costume Record Attempt + more April 14, 2010by Henning Koonert , Filed under: Celebrity,Conventions/Events/Attractions,DS9,Fandom,New Voyages/Phase II , comments closed
From April 30th to May 2nd Europe’s biggest Star Trek and Sci-Fi convention will take place in Bonn, Germany. Around 5,000 fans will meet over 20 guests, including Trek stars Michael Dorn, Terry Farrell, and Nicole de Boer. There will also be another attempt to break the Star Trek fans in costume record (on the same day as the attempt at Vulcan Con in FL). Details below.Abrams,Fan Productions,Humor,Science/Technology,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Much has been said about JJ Abrams directing style in the 2009 Star Trek movie and copious lens flares. Well if you ever wanted to give your photos or videos the JJ Abrams Star Trek treatment there are apps for that. See below how you can add flare to your life, plus some examples lens flares being added to things to make them more…flarey.New Voyages/Phase II,Sci-Fi , comments closed
As we have reported before, James Cawley and the team behind the web series Star Trek Phase II, is also bringing Buck Rogers to the web. And now they have released the first clip, featuring Gil Gerard and Erin Grey from the Buck Rogers TV series, check it out below.