In 2010 Trek fans will have a wide choice of calendars to choose from. A couple of weeks ago we previewed the Original Series calendar and showed the cover for the ships of the line calendar. Today we have the exclusive first look at the cover and details on the 2010 Star Trek movie calendar, plus news on a digital 2010 Star Trek calendar.
ST09 in 2010
Each month of the 12-month Star Trek movie calendar features a grid and image from the feature film. Each member of the new crew gets their own month (Kirk, Spock, Bones, Scotty, Uhura, Chekov, and Sulu). Plus there are months for Spock Prime, Pike, Nero, Kirk & Spock together, and the new USS Enterprise. Most of the images will not be culled from the often seen set of promotional photos. For example, the Enterprise image will be from the scene where it comes through the clouds of Titan. There will also be a centerfold featuring three of the international posters for Star Trek. The date grid will also have all the birthdays of the film stars, along with some of the filmmakers (such as JJ Abrams).
Here is the cover, which is based on the US poster.
The 2010 movie calendar will be available in September and can be pre-ordered now from Amazon (discounted to $11.19).
2 more Star Trek wall calendars for 2010
In addition to the movie calendar, Pocket Books and Andrews McMeel Publishing will be releasing an Original Series calendar (see TrekMovie preview) and a Ships of the Line calendar. Both can be pre-ordered at Amazon. TrekMovie will have an exclusive first look at the SOTL calendar soon, including the first look at the USS Aventine.
New Digital Calendar for 2010
A few years ago Pocket stopped making the day to day Star Trek calendars, but in 2010 the day calendar is coming back, but this time in digital format. Pocket and Andrews McMeel are currently working on a downloadable Star Trek calendar, which will feature 312 Star Trek images (weekends get one image), spread across the entire Star Trek franchise, but with a weighting for the new Star Trek movie. It will feature tons of Star Trek birthdays as well. The 2010 Star Trek digital calendar will be based on the new (free to download) Adobe Air platform. Pocket does not yet have pricing or availability details, but TrekMovie will provide an update as soon as more info is available.