“Hello, this is your captain speaking. I’d like to welcome you to today’s flight into the Neutral Zone. Do not worry though, we have a doctor on board for what may ail you. Why head into the Neutral Zone you ask? Well, there is this little red matter we have to deal with…” And that red matter gets dealt with in Star Trek #8, the second part of the “Vulcan’s Vengeance” storyline which is finally in comic book stores. Find out more in the TrekMovie review.
As we reported earlier this week, the Star Trek sequel is in its final stretch of production. The last couple of weeks are being shot inside a very secret facility (perfect for JJ Abrams) in Northern California. This time there will be no spy photos because everything will be indoors, but see below for pictures of the location where they are shooting (possible minor spoilers).
Season 2 of Star Trek sequel actor Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock hits PBS this weekend and the actor is out promoting the show. While talking to VH1, Cumberbatch talked more about his now famous iPhone audition for director JJ Abrams. The actor also took a Star Trek quiz on MTV. Watch video of that, plus his entire Sherlock Q&A event held in New York last night. [UPDATED]
Over the weekend we reported on the cast reunion for Star Trek: The Next Generation at the CalgaryExpo. You can now watch the entire thing online, including Wil Wheaton’s emotional comments on leaving the show. Check it out below.
CBS has provided TrekMovie with new images from their upcoming season one release of Star Trek: The Next Generation on Blu-ray, due July 24th. See below for a gallery of the new HD shots that include a variety of pictures from “The Naked Now” through “Coming of Age” in Season One.
Star Trek writer/producers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are adding yet more franchises to their plates. Today it was announced the pair have signed a new deal with Universal Pictures, with reboots of Van Helsing (with Tom Cruise as star) and The Mummy at the top of their to do lists for the studio. More details below.