As reported last week, on Sunday (June 6th) the 2009 Star Trek movie had its exclusive cable TV premiere on the EPIX channel. EPIX movies are also available in HD online, and you can try it out free for a week. In addition, this week TrekMovie and EPIX hare teaming up for a free online viewing party on Wednesday. Details below.
Star Trek fans in Los Angeles are in for a treat this summer with all of the original cast Trek feature films being shown on the big screen in two different film festivals, each with Star Trek celebrities, including Leonard Nimoy, Nicholas Meyer, George Takei, Walter Koenig and more. Get all the details below.
Since late 2007 www.startrek.com, the official site for the Star Trek franchise, has been mostly dormant. But that is about to change. This summer CBS is relaunching the site with a new look and new features. The new site will also showcase fan sites, including TrekMovie.com. More details below.
The annual big official Star Trek convention in Las Vegas is already shaping up to be a good one. Big Trek stars like William Shatner, Jeri Ryan, Jonathan Frakes, and many more are already lined up for the four day event in August. And the official Star Trek Magazine has just launched a contest where you can get gold tickets .
As he does every once in a while, over the weekend Star Trek co-writer Roberto Orci jumped into a talkback comments thread here at TrekMovie and did some impromptu fan Q&A. Orci talked time travel, cameos, nitpicks, the sequel, Keenser and more. See below for an easy to read transcript in Q&A format, to see what he had to say.
2009 has a been a great year for Star Trek. The new Star Trek movie is just part of an overall resurgence of Trek with a new kind of enthusiasm. So tonight Trekkies should go out and celebrate the year that was, and look forward to a bright future for Star Trek. The staff at TrekMovie.com wishes all of you a happy new year. And for those imbibing on this evening, TrekMovie reposts our previous guide to Trek’s greatest moments in drinking!
Today is Christmas a time to come together as a family. The team at TrekMovie.com want to thank all the visitors for coming here to our home on the web today and all year, and we wish you a very Merry Trekmas (and Christmas). Below we have collected some Christmas videos from each of the Star Trek TV families.
If you can’t wait for Star Trek Online to be released or even the open beta which starts in a month, we have a bunch of beta test keys to give away, courtesy of Atari and Cryptic. Find out how to get one below, plus get the latest on STO.
Back in the 70s NASA’s Space Shuttle program began with the Star Trek inspired naming of the first shuttle as Enterprise. Now the Shuttle program is winding down and Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is teaming up with Paramount to help give it a Star Trek goodbye with a contest to win a VIP trip to view one of the final launches. See below for details on how to enter the contest.
Tonight, continuing TrekMovie and Geek Monthly’s Star Trek Weekend, we are hosting a Star Trek triple feature, showing the ‘Genesis’ Trilogy at the Aero Theater in Santa Monica. On hand will be Nick Meyer, to talk about his time with the Star Trek franchise. See below for clips of Meyer from another recent event talking about his book and Star Trek.
[REPOST] If you live in LA and want to have a Trek-tastic time this weekend (Friday and Saturday), then head to Santa Monica for a 2 day long Star Trek Marathon from American Cinematheque and TrekMovie.com. The event includes a screening of Star Trek 2009, a 10th anniv. screening of Free Enterprise (with a panel), plus a showing of the "Genesis Trilogy" of Star Trek II, III & IV, including a panel with Nicholas Meyer. There will also be free prizes, details below.
If you live in LA and want to have a Trek-tastic time next weekend, then head to Santa Monica for a 2 day long Star Trek Marathon from American Cinematheque and TrekMovie.com. The event includes a screening of Star Trek 2009, a 10th anniv. screening of Free Enterprise (with a panel), plus a showing of the "Genesis Trilogy" of Star Trek II, III & IV, including a panel with Nicholas Meyer. There will also be free prizes, details below.
How would you like your own captain’s chair replica from the new Star Trek movie? Well Paramount has teamed up with CBS and Gamespot to give one away in a Star Trek giveaway that also includes a complete home theater, and a copy of the Star Trek movie. See below for details.
Both the 2-disk DVD and 3-disk Blu-ray sets for the Star Trek movie (coming out next week) are chock full of special features. Today we have an exclusive clip, with Star Trek co-writer Bob Orci talking about getting help from the fans (here at TrekMovie.com), and also a quick behind-the-scenes moment with two Spocks!.
2009 has been a big year for Star Trek, including the return of Star Trek costumes from Rubies. Over the weekened a number of TrekMovie readers have shown their Star Trek pride and sent in pictures of their Trek costumes. Check them all out below.
Cryptic Studio’s highly anticipated massive multiplayer game, Star Trek Online, is taking a big step towards its release today with the announcement that the game is now ready for the closed beta test. This is a big milestone that indicates the game is still on track for release in early 2010. We have details below on how you can enter, including a TrekMovie contest giving away a few guaranteed spots for the beta test. [UPDATE: TrekMovie contest over]
As we reported earlier this week, Star Trek: The Exhibition arrives this weekend in Los Angeles at the Hollywood & Center. The official opening day is Saturday, but there is a special preview on Friday night and readers of TrekMovie.com are invited, for free! Spaces are limited, find out how to get in below.
The Official Star Trek Magazine has put together an awesome sweepstakes with loads of Star Trek merchandise up for grabs. There are four prize bundles plus some runner up prizes, with the Grand Prize worth over $1800. See below for more details and info on entering, plus a quick preview of the next issue of the Magazine.
The Creation Entertainment official Star Trek Convention was back Friday with DS9 and Enterprise panels, Brent Spiner, Bob Picardo and Ethan Phillips performing, and a number of stars remembering Majel Barrett-Roddenberry. Stars talked about everything from the art of film, to the acting abilities of Spot the cat, to behind the scenes stories. We have a full report of the day (and final Star Trek showing) with pictures below.
TrekMovie is gearing up for the big Star Trek convention which kicks off this Thursday in Las Vegas. Last week we announced a pre-con TrekMovie meet-up on Wednesday, and today we are announcing a special ‘One Last Trek’ meet-up to watch the Star Trek movie at a local theater in Vegas, complete with post-movie Q&A and some prizes & give-aways. Details below, plus you can listen to my guest spot on the TrekCast podcast.