Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s Kira Nerys stopped by The Alpha Quadrant webcast to talk about her audition, walking like John Wayne, and the role that got away on ‘The Orville.’Read More
Chris Hemsworth talks about his first ‘Star Trek’ audition and what he knows about returning as George Kirk.
The people behind DS9 talk about how it was a different kind of Star Trek show. Plus, La-La Land has announced a new DS9 soundtrack release.
Ira Steven Behr’s Star Trek: DS9 doc ‘What We Left Behind’ announced some changes today.
Turns out the world still needs a physical collection of Star Trek information – a book of lists about captains’ romances, redshirt deaths and more.
Great Links celebrates TNG’s 30th with some of the best articles and celebrations of the show from around the web
Plus the Discovery cast try their hand at Trek trivia, and we have a great new tribute supercut.
Buffy’s Anthony Head also gave it a go, but how serious was Paramount when looking for a Brit?
In our exclusive interview William Shatner also talks about working with Gene Roddenberry, Nicholas Meyer and his next documentary.
The reason Martin was rejected as a possible TNG writer is a little hard to believe.
Our final look at Gene Roddenberry’s 1970’s work brings us The Great Bird’s unfortunate attempt at a sex comedy, “Pretty Maids All In A Row.”
We have video of a 35th anniversary screening Q&A for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan with director Nicholas Meyer.
TrekMovie founder Anthony Pascale steps back for a broader perspective on what we have learned in the last week about the newest Star Trek show.
From snipping chest hairs to hyperventilating, Westmore has given it his all.
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.
According to surprising new polling, the world isn’t yet fully on board with Star Trek’s Prime Directive approach of non-interference with potential future alien encounters.
Also, watch Doug Drexler tour the TNG exhibits from the Sci-Fi Museum, and Michael Westmore give a tour of his ‘Lifeforms’ exhibit.
The crowdsourcing campaign to fund the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind ends today, and has already passed its final stretch goal. This morning the team behind the doc released one last video to thank the fans, and provided TrekMovie with some details on the status of the project.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about Star Trek: TNG’s Jean Luc Picard, you’re in luck! You’ll be able to read his autobiography later this year. Also: news about the first book tied into Star Trek: Discovery.
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.
Chris Gilleece remembers his first trip to The Federation Trading Post.