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.
“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 ›
Adam West returns to the role that made him famous one last time as the voice of Batman in the 2016 sequel to “Batman Return of the Caped Crusaders”.
Considered the gold standard of Star Trek movies, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan celebrates its thirty-fifth anniversary with a return to theaters.
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”.
“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.
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.
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 ›
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.
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.
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.
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.
Take flight in this cult-classic The Horror at 37,000 Feet, starring TV icons William Shatner (Star Trek: The Original Series), Buddy Ebsen (The Beverly Hillbillies) and Chuck Connors (The Rifleman). A 73 minute made for TV movie back in 1973.
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.
William Shatner, the original Captain Kirk, in a radio interview gave director J.J. Abrams high praise as a director as he begins to take on the other sci-fi franchise.
Star Trek’s TOS third and final season rewarded fans with a number of memorable episodes, it kicked off in September 1968 with “Spock’s Brain”.
Star Trek’s TOS second season began in September 1967 with “Amok Time”, which introduced actor Walter Koenig as Russian navigator Pavel Chekov, and granted viewers the first glimpse of Spock’s homeworld, Vulcan.