Thirty-two years ago, the best episode from season two of Star Trek The Next Generation and without a doubt a top five episode of the entire series aired on this date February 13, 1989, “The Measure of a Man”.
The CBS All Access original series, Star Trek: Picard Season One, starring Patrick Stewart is beaming onto home video later this fall.
Now that Star Trek: Picard has finally premiered, at least here in the States, you might want to check out some character posters of Jean-Luc Picard and his new cast of characters.
With just over one week left before the premiere of Star Trek: Picard, Brent Spiner talks about returning to the Star Trek franchise and being digitally de-aged.
On Saturday at New York Comic Con, Star Trek fans were treated to new trailers for Star Trek: Picard Season 1, Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 and this year’s schedule for new Short Treks!
CBS All Access released the first full-length trailer for their upcoming series Star Trek: Picard at San Diego Comic Con’s Enter the Star Trek Universe panel.
Saturday at Star Trek Las Vegas a surprise appearance by Alex Kurtzman who serves as showrunner on the CBS All Access’ Discovery, brought with him Patrick Stewart who announced, “Jean-Luc Picard is back.”
20th Century Fox has released the second and final trailer for Logan which promises to be a grittier, more adult and more character-driven X-Men movie we have ever seen.
On Thursday 20th Century Fox released the first trailer for “Logan” as Hugh Jackman reprise his role as Logan a.k.a Wolverine for the last time in one of the best trailers in a long time.
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.
Hugh Jackman’s “Wolverine 3” will be the actor’s finale time portraying one of the more interesting heroes seen on the big screen and now we’re getting an early look at the actor on set.
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.
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We sometimes forget while watching our favorite television shows or movies that the actors portraying the characters we love are also real human beings and the cast of the Next Generation show us how much heart they really have.
20th Century Fox has released twenty-three new character posters for the latest installment of the X-men franchise. X-Men Days Of Future Past sees the return of director Bryan Singer to the franchise as well.
I’ve posted some posters for the up coming movie X-Men Days of Future Past. I believe these posters are not actual official posters from 20th Century Fox, but none the less are still very well done.
At #20 in our Movie Franchise countdown, Star Trek The Next Generation movies. Created by Gene Roddenberry in 1987 as just the second Star Trek crew ever.
Empire Magazine along with the X-Men have teamed up to create 25 exciting covers for their new March issue previewing the upcoming movie X-Men: Days Of Future Past.
Star Trek The Magazine premiered with its first issue in May of 1999.
The third season of Star Trek: The Next Generation began airing on September 25, 1989 and concluded on June 18, 1990 after 26 episodes.
The U.S.S Enterprise-D has been assigned to investigate a loss of contact with the U.S.S. Tsiolkovsky, which had been assigned to observe the final days of a dying red giant star.
The U.S.S. Enterprise travels to the Klingon Empire, where Captain Picard is to attend the installation of Gowron, the new Leader of the High Council.
Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Best of Both Worlds one of the best television episodes of all time is coming to Blu-ray.