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‘The Truth Is in the Stars’ has William Shatner interviewing everyone from Seth MacFarlane to Stephen Hawking, celebrating the deep connection between art and science.
Also, watch Doug Drexler tour the TNG exhibits from the Sci-Fi Museum, and Michael Westmore give a tour of his ‘Lifeforms’ exhibit.
‘You gays do everything with such good taste’, Trump told him.
Sir Patrick Stewart is facepalming again, Alexander Siddig is leading a shadowy league, William Shatner is dancing the can-can and Chris Pine and J.J. Abrams are awarding Zachary Quinto. See all that and more in our latest Star Trek ‘CelebWatch’ update.
Director Adam Nimoy chatted with us about working on the Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind, his directorial career, his documentary For the Love of Spock, and possibly bringing back Spock Prime in a future Trek production.
Last week was Toy Fair in NYC and a number of familiar and new Star Trek licensees were showing off their latest Star Trek products and announcing some new ones. TrekMovie has reached out to each to get more details on some of the exciting Trek products coming soon. Check it out below.
Chris Gilleece remembers his first trip to The Federation Trading Post.
Star Trek’s virtual reality debut will have to wait a couple of months longer, as developers put the finishing touches on the game and create an additional experience that features a very famous starship from Trek’s history.
Investigating a series of violent raids by a predatory species, Kirk and company discover a connection to Balok and his people from “The Corbomite Maneuver.”
The Enterprise is summoned to Starbase 11 for a prisoner transfer — to pick up Captain Kirk’s brother, George Samuel Kirk, who has admitted his guilt for murder.
John Byrne once again displays his love of Star Trek with his latest “lost episode,” which deals with a society of people that hides their faces.
To finish out the 50th, TrekMovie’s Jared Whitley looks at the franchise’s five decades of history, dividing them according to the classical “Ages of Man” – Golden Age, Silver Age, etc – but with an appropriately Trek twist. Today he looks at the first 10 years.
When The Roddenberry Vault project was announced to the world earlier this year at Comic-Con, it was a huge surprise to the legions of Star Trek: The Original Series fans. The Original Series is 50 years old this year, and fans thought that whatever there was to see from TOS had been seen; after all, for the 40th anniversary it had been given a proper HD scan, which meant digging all the film out of the CBS/Paramount archives. So what else is there? Read on to find out…
Mike and Denise Okuda take us into The Roddenberry Vault, giving us the highlights of their work on the secret Star Trek project.
There’s a lot on Star Trek to be thankful for; here’s one fan’s list.
William Shatner still has it. The 85 year-old actor entertained fans in suburban Philadelphia for two-straight hours in the most recent return of his self-titled tour that covered his life and career. It’s “Shatner’s World”, we just live in it.
Journey back to Talos IV this Wednesday when Larry Nemecek (aka “Dr. Trek”), talks to Robert Butler, the director of “The Cage”, in a special live web teleconference that should thrill Trek and pop culture buffs alike.
Adam Nimoy’s tribute to his father is a tender and loving exercise.
A longtime friend of the site has sent us a beautiful video tribute to The Original Series on its 50th anniversary, and we want to share it with you.
Star Trek turns 50 years old this week, in the USA the first episode, “The Man Trap” aired today, September 8, at 8:30PM in 1966. Our friends to north in Canada got to see “The Man Trap” two days earlier on September 6. “The Man Trap” was part of the first batch of finished episodes which also included: “Where No Man Has Gone Before”, “The Corbomite Maneuver”, “Charlie X”, “The Naked Time”, and “Mudd’s Women”. Read on for some trivia about the first ever Star Trek episode to air.
Tomorrow marks 50 years since the first episode of Star Trek hit the television air waves. The TrekMovie staff take this opportunity to talk about how some of us came to love the franchise. If you’re reading this, it’s probably safe to assume that Star Trek means something special to you. Whether you’re a super fan, a new fan, a Trekkie, or a Trekker, we want you to tell us: what does the franchise mean to you?