He has been designing for Star Trek for over 30 years.
Shatner sees parallels between wresting fans and Star Trek fans.
Panels include cast and crew from ‘First Contact,’ ‘Discovery,’ ‘Picard,’ ‘Lower Decks,’ and ‘Prodigy.’
The doc will also include Garrett Wang’s never-before-seen home movies from the set.
Hero Collector’s latest guide provides a good balance of Trek history and Treknobabble.
The sculpture will honor the Star Trek legend’s life and legacy as a symbol of peace and unity.
The podcasters also break down the latest Trek news and celebrate 90th birthdays for Shatner and Nimoy.
The actor also talks about how a season three storyline paralleled with him in real life.
We also have first look at Sonequa Martin-Green in ‘Space Jam 2’ and more Star Trek celebrity news.
‘Lower Decks’ was also nominated for two awards this year.
Get your first glimpse at some of the special features.
They’re getting close to their HD fundraising goal, too.
They also celebrate the 12th annual “Talk Like William Shatner Day,” which LaMarche started in 2009.
We hope he gets a Royal Fizzbin (even though the chances are astronomical).
Check out all the fun moments of Trek from the last week.
March 26, 2021, would have been Nimoy’s 90th birthday.
Under the right conditions the actor would be “happy” to play O’Brien again.
They are asking for fans to help fight this deadly disease.
Tony and Laurie also talk about WonderCon@Home, The Book of Grudge, and the ‘Voyager’ doc.
Pre-order these new figures today.
You can also submit questions for the doc’s director who will be joining TrekMovie’s podcast this week.
The Star Trek legend reflects on his time with the franchise.
The two-part film tells a story about early Starfleet after the Romulan War.
She is a queen, after all.
The legendary writer/director believes the project is not dormant.
Watch a video of the new cast talking about boarding the Enterprise.
Tony and Laurie also talk about the new Star Trek doc series coming to the History Channel.
Stars beaming in include Anthony Rapp, Garrett Wang, and Dominic Keating.
Executive producers include Gates McFadden and Mark Altman.
The new deal shows a high level of confidence for the Hageman brothers and their new animated kids Trek series.