Ira Steven Behr’s Star Trek: DS9 doc ‘What We Left Behind’ announced some changes today.
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Can Michael Burnham really be Spock’s sister? Absolutely.
Get a close-up look at the wardrobe and weapons of a Klingon warrior.
We can also expect a ‘more grounded’ Harry Mudd, and some retro-looking tech.
Number One of ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ will be taking command for an episode of ‘Discovery.’
The ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ star spoke to the legacy of Star Trek, and cited diversity as the reason for its longevity.
Ever since producer Alex Kurtzman mentioned he’d been fielding celebrity requests for cameos, we’ve been placing our bets on who they might be.
Turns out Harry Mudd is going to stick around for a bit.
His 18 Oscar nominations included one for ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture,’ and he won an Emmy for the ‘Star Trek: Voyager’ theme.
From snipping chest hairs to hyperventilating, Westmore has given it his all.
Are red shirts more likely to die? Are Spock’s stats on point? We check out the math of Star Trek.
He also tells us about playing President George W. Bush in a new Tom Cruise movie.
‘The Truth Is in the Stars’ has William Shatner interviewing everyone from Seth MacFarlane to Stephen Hawking, celebrating the deep connection between art and science.
The new DS9 doc ‘What We Left Behind’ just keeps getting better, thanks to a growing crowd-funded budget.
There’s a teaser trailer and an Indiegogo campaign for “What We Left Behind” under way.
Alexa’s newest trick: waking up if you just say, “computer,” like Scotty in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
The TrekMovie team rounds up the Star Trek gifts we want most, and the charities we know need some extra love during the holiday season.
Mike and Denise Okuda take us into The Roddenberry Vault, giving us the highlights of their work on the secret Star Trek project.
Former Star Trek: Discovery Executive Producer Bryan Fuller is no longer actively involved in the series.
There’s a lot on Star Trek to be thankful for; here’s one fan’s list.
To celebrate the release of Star Trek Beyond on DVD, Chris Pine recently spoke to NME about the movie, the legacy, and his plans for the future. Oh, and how he thinks Captain Kirk “can be a dick.”
Doug Jung, co-writer of Star Trek Beyond, brings up that Zero Dark Thirty thing again. Jung talked to Entertainment Weekly recently about the process of writing the movie, his onscreen role as Sulu’s husband, and his thoughts on where the franchise could go next.
Get a step-by-step video tutorial from Star Trek Beyond’s makeup experts on how to create Jaylah, just in time for Halloween.
The Star Trek Beyond gag reel does its predecessors proud.
We talk to Denise Crosby about being Sela in Star Trek Online, and the possibilities for Star Trek: Discovery.
With the 50th anniversary of Star Trek finally here, we thought we’d show you some of the more interesting anniversary products you can pick up to commemorate the event. We know there are some great books out there, including The Fifty Year Mission (in two parts, reviews to come), The Star Trek Book (review also coming soon), and National Geographic’s Star Trek The Official Guide to Our Universe: The True Science Behind the Starship Voyages, and of course the new 50th anniversary Blu-ray set. There’s also IDW’s Star Trek 50th Anniversary Cover Celebration. But if you’re looking for something a little quirkier, check out some of the items in our round-up, many of which were announced as partnerships earlier this year.
For all of you who have fantasized about going to Starfleet Academy, there’s finally a way to get a little taste of it: The Starfleet Academy Experience. It launched in May in Ottawa, which makes sense. Canada has a lot of appreciation for Star Trek: this is the country that gave us Trek postage stamps (first, before the U.S.) and now Star Trek coins. It also gave us William Shatner, James Doohan, and me, so I admit I have a little bias there.
This Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET (7:00 p.m CT), The History Channel is premiering a brand new documentary called 50 Years of Star Trek, which will include the last ever interview conducted with Leonard Nimoy. Since there have already been countless documentaries already made about the franchise, we got on a call with executive producer Brian Volk-Weiss to get the inside scoop on what makes this one different.
A TrekMovie writer takes a look back at the lead up to the film that began Trek’s foray onto the silver screen, ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture.’
The new Star Trek CBS All Access series has its first director: David Semel.