Follow Us & Boldly Be Social RSS Feed Like us on facebook follow us on twitter Find us on flickr Watch us on youtube

Archive - May 12, 2009

Pine & Quinto Talk Star Trek's Vision

Pine & Quinto Talk Star Trek's Vision

In a recent interview Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto discuss Gene Roddenberry's vision for human equality and why Star Trek has stayed viable for so long.

Quinto, who plays Spock, said: “I think Gene Roddenberry was a visionary in a lot of ways, and at a time in American history where there was a lot of civial, socio-political and racial unrest, he created a series which really explored themes which people are a little reticent to talk about, in an allegorical way which was subversive at times, and provocative.
CONTINUE READING >>

Kurtzman & Orci Talk 'Unpredictable Future' In Sequel

Kurtzman & Orci Talk 'Unpredictable Future' In Sequel

Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci recently talked with MTV.com and discussed the possibilities a new timeline presents for a sequel to 'Star Trek'.

All the characters who existed in the universe or canon we grew up with are essentially still around in some capacity," Kurtzman explained. "But their lives have been altered, so they may again intersect with our crew."
CONTINUE READING >>

New 'Hey, Star Trek!' Blog Post ' Watchoo Got New Movie!?'

'Hey, Star Trek!' Asks ' Watchoo Got New Movie!?'A brand new 'Hey, Star Trek!' post is available on Trekcast.com.  In this installment, Jerad shares his feelings on the new J.J. Abrams film 'Star Trek'CONTINUE READING >>

Bye Bye, Robot: Official Licensed Star Trek Fine Art