Gal Gadot could be joined by the Captain of the Starship Enterprise when the Wonder Woman movie hits theaters in 2017.
Join my special guest and I as we take on an “Empire” of topics and pay tribute to an iconic Star Trek actor who recently passed away.
Shatner, Nimoy, Kelly are just three names that helped take a cult classic science fiction television show to the outer reaches of the galaxy on the big screen. Falling just short of my Reggie’s Take Movie Franchise Top 10 is… Read More ›
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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.
The last Podcast for 2014 is online and ready. Join my guest James as he and I discuss the movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, J.J. Abrams and his Star Wars and Star Trek reboot.
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.
Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books announced a November 25, 2014, date for a new paperback novel titled “Star Trek: The Original Series – Foul Deeds Will Rise”, by Greg Cox a New York Times bestselling author.
Amoral, shrouded in secrecy, and answerable to no one, Section 31 is the mysterious covert operations division of Starfleet, a rogue shadow group committed to safeguarding the Federation at any cost.
One of the most iconic reoccurring characters on Star Trek has to be the character of Q. Between TNG, DS9 and Voyager he appeared a total of 12 times leaving his mark on the Star Trek universe.
Star Trek: The Next Generation two-hour series finale “All Good Things” aired May 23, 1994 – twenty years ago today.
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.
After a seven year absence from the big screen Star Trek warped back onto the big screen on May 8th 2009 making today its fifth anniversary of its release in the U.S.
The Star Trek The Next Generation episode “Skin of Evil,” premiered on April 25, 1988, 26 years ago.