June 25th, 2009
Gene Roddenberry is best known as the creator of Star Trek, but he's also know for being a prolific Sci-fi writer. With that said, Gene Roddenberry productions has produced several non-trek series and is now jumping into the world of comic books.CONTINUE READING >>
With no definitive release date as-of-yet, 'Star Trek' IS headed to blu-ray and the disc details are slowly emerging on the net. As reported by Blu-ray.com, the new release will feature behind the scenes featurettes, deleted scenes, gag reels and more.
Here's the details so far (keep in mind that these are still rumors):CONTINUE READING >>
Hey, Star Trek! hits the web with an attack pattern delta and fires a full spread of torpedoes at the new movie haters.
It appears that I have gotten a little tired and a little fed up with Star Trek fans who hate the new movie.
I’ve seen websites devoted to ripping on it. I’ve seen friend groups who proudly tote themselves as new movie haters who not only sneer this new Star Trek, but call out other Star Trek fans who do like it.
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Leonard Nimoy is the headline guest for this weekends 20th anniversary Trek Expo in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Michael Smith of Tulsaworld.com got the opportunity to email Mr. Nimoy a few questions before his upcoming appearance.CONTINUE READING >>
It seems the internet has been abuzz with Star Trek XII rumors as of late. Being the Trekkers we are, we of course are eating it all up. The latest reported by io9 is that Yeoman Rand could be feature in the next itteration of Star Trek.CONTINUE READING >>
Collider has a great interview with Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci. In the interview they discussed the preasure they feel for a good sequel to 'Star Trek', Transformers 2, and a few more items listed belowCONTINUE READING >>
Here's this week's installment of The Trivia Tribble Presents. Big thanks to the Trivia Tribble David Kleparek for providing the fantastic content. Keep watching for possible prizes available in future installments.CONTINUE READING >>
'Star Trek' is holding strong at number 7 in the U.S. top 10 for last week. A full 46 days after it's initial release on May 7th, the J.J. Abrams film has reached number 55 in the top 100 U.S. grossing films of all time.
Here's a rundown of last weeks movie top 10:CONTINUE READING >>