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John Cho

Star Trek Into Darkness Star John Cho To Guest Star In Sleepy Hollow

Star Trek Into Darkness Star John Cho To Guest Star In Sleepy Hollow

Since Star Trek Into Darkness isn’t out yet, and we know you’re jonesin’ for some cast interaction something fierce, here’s one you might like.  It’s been reported that Suluer, uh… John Cho, will be guest starring in Sleepy Hollow, Fox’s new supernatural crime drama based on The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow.

Creation's Star Trek Las Vegas, I mean, Uh, Vegas Khhaaan! Even More Guests Added!

Vegas Khhaaan! is swiftly approaching and we're all on pins and needles to get there already. Personally, we can't wait to get back. With the con coinciding with Star Trek's 45th anniversary, this year is set to be explosive. Besides the panels and the parties there are a bunch of shows lined up to entertain and delight. James Darren (and his band) will be putting on a full Vegas concert, Jeffrey Combs will be performing his one man show "Nevermore...An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe", and Max Grodenchik, Vaughn Armstrong, Jeffrey Combs, Casey Biggs and Armin Shimerman will be performing their always entertaining Rat Pack show. Since our last story about Creation's guest list they've added a ton of additional guests. Be sure to check out Creation's site  for a full guest roster. For now, here's a list of just some of the new guests to get you motivated to come hang out with a galaxy full of Trek fans in the middle of the neon desert.

Jadzia Dax of Star Trek Deep Space Nine.

John Cho Talks About Sulu and Trek

John Cho Talks About Sulu and TrekAs reported on Hollywood Today, John Cho (Sulu) was concerned that some Japanese-Americans might take issue with the fact that Sulu was being played by a Korean-American as opposed to a Japanese-American.  So, he took the issue to George Takei.

Bye Bye, Robot: Official Licensed Star Trek Fine Art