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Articles by Kayla Iacovino
The new phasers are influenced heavily by the Original Series design, with just a hint of “The Cage”-era laser pistol.
The communicators in ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ are a sleek update to the the Original Series-era design.
An official “Star Trek: Discovery” panel with cast and creatives was announced today for SDCC.
The new show will break new ground, says CBS Interactive CEO Jim Lanzone. But, don’t expect any naked Klingons.
Star Trek Klingon Monopoly is back exclusively from ThinkGeek, and TrekMovie is giving away three board games.
Five Grand Prize winners will go home with this exclusive, not available in-game, 26th Century Heavy Dreadnought AND a Mirror Universe Danube-Class Runabout for PC. 100 more winners will win the Runabout for PC.
CBS just announced the addition of some new Klingons and Starfleet officers.
To celebrate the launch, we’re giving 5 lucky winners a T6 Tal Shiar Adapted Battlecruiser for Star Trek Online on Xbox One.
This year’s big Star Trek convention in Las Vegas is shaping up to be one of the biggest, with new set replicas, panels, and a TNG 30th anniversary special event.
Star Trek Cats is the book every Trekkie didn’t know they needed.
Modern art meets Trek in these prints featuring themes from TOS, TNG, DS9, and Enterprise.
The Office star is the first major guest star announced for Discovery.
Showrunner Aaron Harberts leaves Toronto, work continues on “102”, and Chris Obi is the unofficial “King of the Klingons”. Plus, Mary Chieffo is a real Trekkie, and follow the adventures of Jason Gorn.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s Leeta and founder of the Pop Culture Hero Coalition will address the United Nations Friday morning at their headquarters in New York to discuss the gender gap in the entertainment industry as part of the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women.
Many never before seen documents from the planning and production of Star Trek on TV from TNG though ENT are being shared on Twitter from people who worked on the shows.
With the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery only a few months away and filming to start later this month, we get our first interview with Doug Jones on the new alien character of Lt. Saru.
Alcatel, a large North American mobile phone manufacturer, has partnered with CBS Interactive to debut what they are calling a “VR experience” at major tech conference CES 2017. The 360° video is hosted on CBS’s YouTube channel and is the first advertisement tie-in for Star Trek: Discovery although it does not contain any material directly related to the network’s newest Star Trek series.
This year, the Pop Culture Hero Coalition, an anti-bullying non-profit founded by Chase Masterson (Leeta, DS9), has teamed up with Star Trek stars who ask that you start 2017 with a resolution to Be Kind to one another. You can join the fight and be a real life hero by pledging to be kind, and you can do it in style with a Be Kind tee shirt.
Two new stars have joined the crew of the USS Discovery. CBS is confirming that Doug Jones and Anthony Rapp will star in Star Trek: Discovery as Lt. Saru, an alien Starfleet science officer and Lt. Stamets, an astromycologist.
ComingSoon.net is reporting that Michelle Yeoh, star of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is set to headline Star Trek: Discovery. Her role is as yet unconfirmed but may be the series lead, a female Lieutenant Commander, or possibly the ship’s captain, rumored to be a woman of color. UPDATE: New sources have confirmed Yeoh’s casting with additional details on the role she will play, and Yeoh herself has made a comment.
Simon Pegg, co-writer and co-star of Star Trek Beyond spoke with Entertainment Weekly recently about writing the film’s villain, Krall, comparing him to the Republican presidential candidate in the United States. He also talks about Star Trek’s “heart”, a deleted scene with a nod to Lieutenant Romaine, and the possibility of a fourth Kelvin film.
In celebration of the release of Star Trek Beyond in Digital HD and Blu-ray, TrekMovie is giving away three of these gorgeous limited edition Mondo posters, which you won’t find anywhere for sale.
Star Trek Beyond Blu-rays and DVDs hit store shelves Tuesday, November 1st. But before that, Trekkies will be taking to the street to – well, to do what they normally do: dress up! This Halloween, TrekMovie and Paramount are teaming up to give out more than just candy. After all, who wouldn’t want to find a Star Trek Beyond Blu-ray combo pack (Blu-ray + DVD) in their trick or treat bag? Tell us in the comments how you are suiting up this Halloween, and you could be one of two lucky winners.
Star Trek Beyond is available for digital download starting today. To celebrate, the digital content delivery service VUDU is hosting multiple Star Trek trivia contests (with prizes from TOS to STB, including a Starfleet Cadet uniform from Star Trek 2009) as well as a Star Trek Beyond viewing party this Friday. Hit the jump to learn more, and see how you could win a digital copy of Star Trek Beyond from VUDU and TrekMovie!
Star Trek has never been a popular show in France, only gaining some popularity there after the recent JJ Abrams reboot films. Teleportation 2161 is a new French 10-part documentary series just translated into English, Spanish, and German that takes a look back at the 50-year-old franchise and what it means to the French in a time when it’s still uncool to be a Trekkie.
Cryptic, makers of the hit game Star Trek Online, have just released this handy infographic explaining where the video game’s story fits into Star Trek canon, which can get confusing what with six series, thirteen movies, and multiple timelines.
To celebrate the release of Star Trek Online on consoles, TrekMovie and Cryptic have teamed up to give away 25 code bundles each containing three packs (Starfleet, Romulan, and Klingon). Each of these packs will unlock starships, uniforms, bridge officers and more.
Purveyors of “fine art from the future”, Bye Bye Robot have released four new poster prints in celebration of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary.
On September 8th, 1966, television changed forever. 50 years later we find ourselves looking for new ways to celebrate the Star Trek franchise. Each day during Trek’s “anniversary week”, a member of the TrekMovie staff will take to the @TrekMovie twitter to live tweet one of our favorite TOS episodes, plus a special live tweet of For the Love of Spock on September 10th. Hit the jump for the complete schedule so you can follow along.