The homage to the Filmation style is making waves on Trekkie social media, we talked with the creator.Read More
Don’t ask Patrick Stewart how fast the Enterprise can fly, he doesn’t know. We also have more celeb news from Zoe Saldana, Doug Jones, and Scott Bakula.
Plus find out how Star Trek is impacting fandom, business and investing
Why wait for the real thing when you can imagine what Tarantino has in store, plus get up to date on all the latest discussions and analysis about Trek from around the web.
Check out video of Mississippi marching band performing “Enterprising Young Men,” garnering praise from the composer.
Fans have been busy coming up with their own art while waiting for more official images and videos.
Chris Pine sang and danced his way through his first hosting gig on Saturday Night Live. We have all the videos for you to check out.
We took the video from The Last Jedi and added the audio from Into Darkness. Behold.
Watch a Star Trek musical parody, and get caught up with all the latest great Trek links.
See the latest from Star Trek’s first virtual voyage into the world of VR gaming.
Also, Redditors prank Garrett Wang and Worf gets a new juice.
Don’t get Kirked, and other strange intersections of Star Trek and reality.
The London Underground is under attack! Watch, as it is transformed into the bridge of the USS Enterprise by an improv group
McDonald’s Japan has a crazy new Star Trek-themed campaign for their brand new burger, including a new promotional movie. Check it out below
Is the “mean captain” from Chain of Command not really mean, but just a pushy boss? Might he actually be awesome? One YouTuber says yes.
Spock and Uhura are throwing down next Thursday on a special one-hour edition of Spike’s Lip Sync Battle. [UPDATE 6/6]: VIDEO clip of Zachary Quinto performing Missy Elliot’s “Get Ur Freak On” has appeared online. [UPDATE 2, 6/8]: VIDEO clip of Zoe Saldana performing “Stressed Out” by Twenty One Pilots.
The one and only piece of advertising we’ve seen so far for Star Trek Beyond is the 1 minute 30 second trailer that debuted back in December. The spot was met with heavy criticism from fans and critics alike who were vindicated when the film’s co-writer and co-star Simon Pegg essentially apologized for the action packed advert. Now, YouTuber Auralnauts gives us his take on how Captain Kirk and his crew would react to seeing the trailer.
Long time friend of the site Paul “Spockboy” Sibbald has a great new goofy Trek video out. This time he’s made a mashup that celebrates two classic TV shows that turn 50 this year, Batman and of course Star Trek. Click through for the full video.
Trailer reaction videos are all the rage on the YouTube these days, and we here at Trek Movie wanted to get in on the gravy. So we have prepared a reaction video to today’s Star Trek Beyond trailer. But what is your reaction _to our reaction video_?!? Let us know in the comments below!
Webcomic creator, cat-lover, and drawer of funny things, Matthew Inman (a.k.a. ‘The Oatmeal’), took to the interwebs today to tell the story of a young Gene Roddenberry in glorious webcomic form.
Long time TrekMovie readers will remember our friend Paul “Spockboy” Sibbald for his hilarious TOS gag edits of episodes. He let us know there was a new creation up on his YouTube channel for our viewing pleasure. He says he was inspired by: the gentlemen who took pictures of the original Enterprise model and Photoshopped them into scenes from the various Star Trek films. That story, plus the recent very sad death of Leonard Nimoy, inspired me to create this video. It is the sequence from Star Trek III when the crew steals the Enterprise. In this video however it is the TOS crew (and ships) and is done as a 1927 silent film. It is certainly unique and I think you’ll like it. It was shot completely with models and required a great deal of rotoscoping to make it work. There’s some major TOS love in this one, Matt Decker is sent after Kirk in this version of events, and there’s a fun homage to the first Sci-Fi silent film – Méliès’ A Trip to the Moon. Click through for the full video.
The Simpsons pay homage to ‘The Original Series’ in their end credits.