At the ‘Destination Star Trek’ convention in Germany Eaglemoss is showing off their upcoming ‘Discovery’ ships
Articles by John Duchak
TrekMovie gets up close and personal with four of Eaglemoss’ largest starships ever made.
Eaglemoss Collections has just unveiled twelve brand new ship models, including the Discovery, the Shenzhou, and a Klingon Bird of Prey.
QMx continues to impress with their line of 1:6 scale Star Trek figures.
The ‘After Trek’ midseason finale also featured Mary Wiseman describing a deleted scene and more behind the scenes videos.
Kurtzman talks plans for Discovery’s second season and gives more details on the main character’s backstory.
Calm down Internet, Discovery and God are cool, but maybe you can help Jason Isaacs find his version of ‘make it so’
CBS took Discovery took cast and crew to the Summer Television Critics Association Tour to preview and promote the show.
We finally get a premiere date and streaming schedule for ‘Star Trek: Discovery,’ At last!
QMx’s new 12″ Star Trek McCoy figure blows us away, and they just announced their first Star Trek: The Next Generation figure too.
Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays the lead character on Star Trek Discovery, gives her first public remarks on the show.
CBS finally acknowledges Sonequa Martin-Green as part of the Star Trek: Discovery cast, and now her Walking Dead co-star Andrew Lincoln wants to join her.
Recreate your favorite scenes from Balance of Terror and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
Star Trek: Discovery finally has its captain. Film and television veteran Jason Isaacs has just been tapped for the upcoming Trek series. In addition Discovery has also found a new cadet. More details on both castings below.
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.
The “What We Left Behind” producers are doing what no one has done before.
CBS Chief Les Moonves told investors today that Star Trek: Discovery will premiere in late Summer or early Fall 2017. More details follow.
CBS today released a revealing new trailer for Star Trek: Discovery to the theme of “Star Trek is…,” the first three words Gene Roddenberry wrote in 1964. This is our first look at the show’s sets, costumes, uniforms, and ships.
Production on Star Trek: Discovery is scheduled to begin on January 24, 2017, according to the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) Toronto-based union’s website. Read on to see the details.
Bryan Fuller continues to discuss the reasons for his departure from Star Trek: Discovery. While most interviews have rehashed the well-known explanations, he expanded upon a strong theme for the new series in an interview with the Radio Times.
For the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the release of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country this week, TrekMovie had the pleasure and honor of speaking with writer/director Nicholas Meyer about the film’s legacy, what he would have changed about the film, the possibility of a director’s cut, and the film’s position in the Star Trek franchise.
Star Trek: Discovery Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman expressed his excitement at the casting of Michelle Yeoh, Anthony Rapp, and Doug Jones in a recent interview with IGN.
After the success of Star Trek: The Motion Picture at the box office, Gene Roddenberry immediately got to work on a sequel. Little did he know that Paramount was in the process of sidelining him into a consulting producer role and his story for Star Trek II would never be made. However, we have details of his concept and it just may surprise you. Kirk meets JFK? Spock is the man on the grassy knoll?
Following yesterday’s report that Star Trek: Discovery writer/producer Nicholas Meyer said Michelle Yeoh had been cast in the new series, her casting has been confirmed by two additional sources, and Yeoh herself has commented. Deadline claims that she will play Captain Han Bo of the U.S.S. Shenzhou, a ship key to Discovery‘s first season.
Star Trek fan and U.S. President Barack Obama, serving as guest editor for Wired’s November issue, discussed with Wired editor in chief Scott Dadich and MIT media lab Director Joi Ito how he grew up on Star Trek, the importance of the series, and how the Enterprise and her crew are like the United States: diverse, cooperative, and up for any challenge.
George Takei, speaking in an interview with Digital Spy, expressed his excitement for Star Trek: Discovery and its showrunner, Bryan Fuller. Takei also declared his interest in reprising the role of Hikaru Sulu on the new show.
In part two of my editorial on mental illness and Star Trek, being published on World Mental Health Day 2016, I will focus on two other examples of Star Trek portraying mental health issues that depict a positive future where illnesses are understood and the people around our characters help. I also suggest that we work together to break down stigmas, and be there for those we love when they struggle with mental illness.
After Star Trek Online‘s successful launch on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One last month, many console players were wondering when they would see the graphical updates that were made to STO for console release. They now have an answer. More after the jump.
Star Trek Beyond has largely exited theatres domestically and now heads to home video release, first debuting on digital downloads (iTunes/VUDU/etc.) tomorrow (Oct. 4) and on disc in a few more weeks (Nov. 1). In our estimation, the film underperformed at the box office globally to the point where it looks to be unprofitable for Paramount Pictures, at least for now. This article examines the near-final numbers for Beyond, seeks to answer the question why this happened, and analyzes what this could mean for the future of the Kelvin Timeline on the big screen.
The medical advances depicted in Star Trek are nothing less than extraordinary, but solutions have not been found to maladies that millions in our world are struggling with: mental illness. This article examines the few instances where characters are depicted as struggling with mental illnesses, and sadly concludes that Star Trek’s writers completely failed to present us with a future where such illnesses have been eliminated, nor one where mental illness does not carry the stigma it carries today. This is a two-part article, with the second describing my own struggle with mental illness and how I use Star Trek to help.