“What We Left Behind” is a documentary looking back at the series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and recently Ira Steven Behr talked about its progress and when it might be seen.
“Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan” celebrates its 35th Anniversary this year and in a recent interview William Shatner sat down and shared his thoughts on why “The Motion Picture” failed and how “The Wrath of Khan” came to… Read More ›
Star Trek: Discovery, the first Star Trek television series in more than twelve years, is less than a month away and has plenty of questions and concerns.
Saturday at Comic-Con wasn’t just for superhero movies, we also got the newest trailer for CBS’s Star Trek: Discovery that looks to be confused which timeline its in.
CBS after several delays has finally announced when the newest Star Trek series will premier with an interesting schedule.
Star Trek is returning to television this fall for the first time since 2005, but it has not been an easy road getting there and Alex Kurtzman sheds some light on the shows progress.
The first live-action trailer for the new Star Trek series debuted on Wednesday that will no doubt cause some spirited debate among Star Trek fans.
Star Trek Beyond the third movie in the new “Kelvin Timeline” or as its commonly refereed to the “Abrams Universe” finally has a date as to when you can add it to your own collection.
On Thursday, Paramount released a new Star Trek 50th anniversary trailer celebrating the cinematic side of the long running sci-fi franchise.
If you’ve seen Star Trek Beyond then you know what they do within the movie to pay tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy’s character Ambassador Spock. (Haven’t seen the movie? Spoiler Warning!!)
2016 is the 50th Anniversary of the classic science fiction franchise and with the 13th movie ready to hit theaters we here at Reggie’s Take thought this was an excellent time to rank the first twelve as we see them.
Adam Nimoy the son of the late great Leonard Nimoy has released a new trailer for his documentary that pays tribute to his father who will forever be remembered as “Spock”.
Paramount has been releasing character posters for the thirteenth film in the Star Trek franchise and the third installment in the rebooted series.
Star Trek Beyond will show the crew of the USS Enterprise in the middle of their famous five year mission exploring strange new worlds and a new enemy by the name of “Krall”.
Paramount premiered the newest trailer for “Star Trek Beyond” last night at a fan event in Los Angeles, which finds the crew in the midst of their five-year mission.
“Commanding a starship is your first, best destiny; anything else is a waste of material.” and it seems Paramount doesn’t want to waste an opportunity with what’s considered one of if not the best movie of the original cast.
CBS Home Entertainment this past week announced a new series of releases coming this June for TOS on Blu-ray, as well as box sets for Star Trek: The Next Generation on DVD and Blu-ray.
Nicholas Meyer the director and writer behind the successful even numbered Star Trek films featuring the original cast will be having an impact on CBS’s 2017 Star Trek series.
2016 is Star Trek’s 50th anniversary and besides the movie “Beyond” coming to theaters in July the US Postal Service will be releasing commemorative stamps based on the franchise.
With the release of Star Trek Beyond in July the science fiction franchise will be celebrating its 50th anniversary, but despite the milestone can the franchise keep the old and the new fan-base equally happy?
On Monday CBS announced that it would launch a new television series beginning in January of 2017 news Star Trek fans have waited for, but what form of Trek will we get and should it matter what timeline?
The third film in the rebooted Star Trek series for Paramount recently wrapped up shooing in Vancouver and has now moved on to the Arab Emirates.
We all become familiar with the movie posters we see at our local theater, but what about the designs that never made it?
Filming for the third rebooted Star Trek movie got underway last month in Vancouver and very little is known or been seen and now we get a small glimpse.
Before such things as tablets or the iPad existed you only had one reliable way to look up the rich history of Star Trek and that was by using the Star Trek Encyclopedia.