William Shatner is not slowing down, reports the New Zealand Herald. In a recent interview The Shat discusses his love for riding, growing older, his talk show 'Shatner's Raw Nerve', and his hair.
Star Trek Online has updated it's on-going 'Path to 2409' storyline. In this installment ,'2386 Supplemental', We get a first hand account of the Klingon attack on the Gorn held Gila IV. The story is told in an interview format with David Steiner a former Starfleet conn officer and dominion war veteran. David was selling cargo on Gila IV when the Klingons Attacked.
As reported on PR Newswire, Starfleet celebrates 35 years of Star Trek Fandom.
Founded on May 23, 1974, STARFLEET has operated continuously as an active Star Trek™ fan organization, being recognized as the world's largest Star Trek™ fan club by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2004.
As reported by Kotaku,'Star Trek' will be heading to Playstation Home.
Paramount Pictures and Sony Computer Entertainment announced today that a series of Star Trek movie promotions would be beaming to Home users starting tomorrow. That includes "an exclusive video greeting" from Abrams and the newest Star Trek movie trailer, both hitting Home as of Friday.Also coming to Home are Starfleet uniforms and t-shirts, arriving in the Threads Store on April 23rd.
As reported on Geeks of Doom, four tracks from the upcoming J.J. Abrams movie 'Star Trek' are available for preview. Offered on Colosseum.de, the song clips include: track 3 'Labor Of Love', track 5 'Enterprising Young Men', track 9 'Does It Still McFly?', and track 15 'End Credits (incl. Theme From Star Trek: TOS)'.
Paramount Pictures recently released a new flash game based on the upcoming 'Star Trek' movie. Called the 'Starfleet Academy Trainer', the game consists of simple 'tests' to 'measure your mental capacity, reactions, timing, quick mental arithmetic, problem solving and observational skills.'
Tickets go on sale April 17th for Star Trek: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute's Mandell Center in Philadelphia.
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Jerad Formby, Coin (Quan) from Star Trek: The Experience, posts another fantastic blog post at Trekcast.com. Entitled 'CHOO WANT CONSISTENT!?', Jerad explorers consistency in the Star Trek universe and gauges fans reactions to it.
This new movie will be taking place before any story we have so far seen with Captain Kirk, so it’s being attacked and panned by the Trek purists because they’re afraid that their precious, golden, sacred, continuity will be ignored in favor of “dumbing down” Star Trek or “making Star Trek into something it’s not.”