The latest update comes from San Diego Comic-Con.
Pegg also talks about the “insane” Tarantino Trek script.
Tony and Laurie also give an update on the TNG cast in ‘Picard’ season 3.
Brian Robbins also talks about a multi-year franchise plan.
Tony and Laurie also round up the latest on ‘Picard’ season 3 and the next Kelvin movie.
“Where there’s a will there’s a way and there’s definitely a will.”
“I think I can speak for everyone and say we’d love to find a way to come back and do another one.”
Tony and Laurie also take a deep dive into all the new ‘Strange New Worlds’ videos.
The star also gives an update on the film’s progress.
“I love the team. I love the world. Happy to go to work.”
Tony and Laurie also dig into the big news about Captain Kirk joining ‘Strange New Worlds’ in season 2.
The actor is already booked for ‘The Boys.’
“I love Star Trek,” says the star.
Tony and Laurie also cover Zoe Saldana’s comments on Star Trek 4, ‘Strange New Worlds’ uniforms, and a new game starring Badgey.
Tony and Laurie also cover the even newer news on the next Star Trek movie.
Deals with the cast are yet to be negotiated.
The Shuttle Pod’s Matt also joins the podcast to talk about the big Star Trek 4 announcement.
More of the Star Trek announcements from the Investor Day event.
J.J. Abrams made the announcement today.
Pegg has also met Star Trek 2023 director Matt Shakman.
Paramount Pictures has shifted more movies to later in the calendar.
Tony and Laurie also give a mini-review of ‘The Center Seat’ docuseries debut.
The launch of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ has Brian Robbins and Alex Kurtzman thinking of the big screen.
55 years after he first appeared as Kirk, Shatner is ready for more.
Mark L. Smith reveals script details and says there is still a chance for this very different kind of Trek.
Tony and Laurie also talk about Trek’s Emmy nominations, new toys, and more.
Production set to start next spring.
The writer/director talks about “the movie that would have been.”
Hawley’s longtime collaborator and Star Trek composer explains how Hawley’s movie could still stand on its own.
Tony is joined by Shuttle Pod’s Matt Wright for this trip into Star Trek’s future.