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.
The rebooted Star Trek film franchise has stirred plenty of emotions good and bad with “Trekkie’s” and with the 50th anniversary just over a year away, filming on the third movie is about to get underway.
On this date 26 years ago one of the two more forgettable Star Trek movies made with the original cast made it’s theatrical debut domestically.
Leonard Nimoy passed away on Friday at the age of 83 and will be forever known as Star Trek’s Mr. Spock as we here at Reggie’s Take dedicate this posting to Mr. Nimoy himself.
Wayne Brady who was filling in as a guest host on CBS’s The Late Late Show introduced William Shatner aka Captain Kirk in a very unique way.
This past Sunday’s episode of The Simpsons entitled “The Man Who Came to be Dinner” was a sci-fi adventure for Homer and his family that paid homage to the original Star Trek show.
Paramount after booting Roberto Orci from the directors chair a little over two weeks ago has now decided on a new director to helm the third instalment of the rebooted sci-fi franchise.
If you’re a fan of Star Trek II The Wrath of Kahn and Star VI The Undiscovered Country then you very familiar with the director of both of those movies, Nicholas Meyer.
It was just over a week ago when I posted that William Shatner had confirmed to the world that he had indeed been contacted about appearing in the next Star Trek movie and now it seems we may know how.
What if the original Star Trek series had been filmed in high definition or in widescreen? What do you imagine the series would of looked like?
William Shatner tweeted out that nobody contacted him about Star Trek 3, when it was rumored he had been asked about possibly appearing in the next Star Trek movie. Apparently the rumors might have actually been correct.
The fourth episode of Star Trek The Next Generation is an episode called “Code of Honor”; where the leader of the Ligonians abducts Tasha Yar. It originally aired on October 12, 1987.