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Review: For the Love of Spock

— by BEV QUESTAD — The raised eyebrow, the split fingers salutation, the mind meld and the dignified pointed ears: Spock represented a logically-evolved mind dedicated to the search for truth. Leonard Nimoy, who embodied this Star Trek (ST) character, became inextricably linked to his se[...]

Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

— by ADAM DALE — It has been four years since J.J. Abrams “Star Trek” debuted and the eventual sequel to the hit has finally landed in theaters. “Star Trek Into Darkness” is using the same hit formula that worked for the franchise’s reboot, as well as adding a multitude of new [...]

Star Trek Into Darkness: Final Trailer

— by ADAM POYNTER — The first Star Trek program hit the airwaves in 1966 and has amassed one of the largest fan bases for any television show ever. Its impact has been felt throughout society, including science, culture and will be a part of television history forever. Over 40 years late[...]

Star Trek Into Darkness: Motion Poster

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — The folks at Paramount just released a groovy motion poster via Empire Magazine for “Star Trek Into Darkness.” Complete with sound, John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch) lets it be known he’s out for vengeance and wants to destroy us all. As expected, not m[...]

Star Trek Into Darkness: First Featurette

— by ADAM POYNTER — The talk around J.J. Abrams has been aflutter ever since it was revealed that Disney, with the newly-acquired rights to the “Star Wars” franchise, had hired the director to helm the new film and kick off an entirely new series of movies. While this is exciting new[...]

Is the Force with J.J. Abrams?

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — Well, by now you may already know Disney has bought Lucasfilm and is quickly moving ahead with a new “Star Wars” series of movies. Also, the web has been conjecturing nonstop who the possible candidates would be to take on the challenge of directing the first fil[...]

Production Begins on Next ‘Star Trek’ Movie

Paramount Pictures announced that principal photography has commenced in Los Angeles on the sequel to “Star Trek” from director J.J. Abrams. The film will be released on May 17, 2013, in 3D. The 2009 re-launch of the “Star Trek” franchise by Abrams was met with critical acclaim[...]

‘Star Trek’ Sequel on Track

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — Fans of J.J. Abrams’ 2009 “Star Trek” reboot (like myself) are in luck. The folks over at Trekmovie.com have really come through for us. They have scored an interview with the co-writer/producer for the upcoming “Star Trek” sequel, Rober[...]

Trekkies Breathe a Sigh of Relief

— by CHRIS HYATT — Ordinarily, I wouldn’t participate in rumor-mongering or gossiping, but when it comes to my favorite sci-fi franchise of all time, “Star Trek,” I will bend the rules a little bit. Scripting for the highly-anticipated sequel to “Star Trek” [...]

‘Star Trek’: The Lack of Khan

— by CHRIS HYATT — When I heard the news a few years ago that a new version of “Star Trek” was coming out, I was a little skeptical. For starters, the recent wave of remakes on the large and small screens had, for the most part, been poorly done. The comic book movie wave [&h[...]

Leonard Nimoy Set to Retire

— by BEN FOWLER — Star Trek legend Leonard Nimoy feels he has finally conquered the Final Frontier and is set to retire from acting. The Toronto Sun spoke with Nimoy, who genuinely feels there are no more possibilities for his incarnation of Spock. The 79-year old veteran actor-turned-ph[...]

If I Was Making … ‘Star Trek 2’

— by BEN FOWLER — Never has such a franchise gone from the wastelands of geekdom to the gold-lined streets of mainstream success. With the surprise hit out the way, a lot rests on the follow up to deliver. If I was making the sequel, I would ensure the story is a fresh one. So […][...]

How It Should Have Ended: ‘Star Trek’

Those space cadets at HISHE (How It Should Have Ended) have set their sights on JJ Abrams’ “Star Trek” and come up with a hilarious take on how the movie … well … should have ended. And make sure you watch the whole video — even after it says “The End.”[...]

‘Basterds’ Earn Top Award at SAG Ceremony

— by SEAN GERSKI — While I have yet to see every movie released in 2009, I saw more than my fair share. And looking back, my feeling is that Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” was the best movie released last year. How well the movie does when Oscar time arrives[...]