Star Trek ran for three seasons on television in the late 1960’s before being canceled, but thanks to animation and syndication it was able to boldly go to the movies.
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!
Barbara March, film and television actress best known for her reoccurring role in the Star Trek franchise has passed away at the age of 65.
Director Quentin Tarantino who’s been hard at work on his upcoming film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood made comments during a press junket on his possible Star Trek movie.
The long-awaited Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind has beamed down its first trailer that shows off remastered episodic footage.
Saturday at New York Comic-Con a new trailer for season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery beamed down offering plenty of new footage and a ton of action.
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.”
Star Trek: Discovery came to San Diego Comic Con’s famous Hall H to give fans of the show a look at Season 2 with a brand new trailer.
“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.
We’re back!! With our 33rd Podcast that includes some Guardians, Hellboy and anniversaries as my co-host James and I give our thoughts and much, much more.
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.
The rebooted Star Trek movies have had a love-hate relationship with Trek fans and now a possible fourth movie according to one of its stars could be in question.
We’re all familiar with Ellen Ripley and her battles with the Alien and in 2017 we’ll get to see Captain Picard and the rest of the TNG crew take them on.
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.
Star Trek has always had a long and rich history and not just in television and the movies, but the comics as well and I had the pleasure of beaming over to join the “True Believers” in their latest Podcast.
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!!)
On our 23rd Podcast we take a look at one of the most iconic science fiction franchises of all time from the television shows to the movies as only we here at Reggie’s Take can.
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”.
On this our 22nd Podcast we here at Reggie’s Take talk about a little known movie made during the craze of the 1960’s Batman television show and we look back at the career of Anton Yelchin.
Anton Yelchin who passed away at the young age of 27 early Sunday morning enjoyed a brief, but successful film career as we look back on the roles he’ll be best remembered for.
Paramount has been releasing character posters for the thirteenth film in the Star Trek franchise and the third installment in the rebooted series.