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Archive - Apr 26, 2009

Chris Pine On Meeting William Shatner

Chris Pine On Meeting William ShatnerOver the weekend William Shatner hosted his 19th annual Hollywood Charity Horse Show in Burbank, CA.  Several celebrities were in attendance including the second man to take on the role of Captain James T. Kirk.  In an article by Hitfix.com, Chris Pine talks about the intergalactic meeting.CONTINUE READING >>

'Star Trek' Launch Party At Star Trek: The Exhibition

'Star Trek' Launch Party At Star Trek: The ExhibitionThe Detroit Science Center, current host to Star Trek: The Exhibition, is holding a 'Star Trek' launch party May 7th.CONTINUE READING >>

Shimerman Voices For 'Batman: The Brave & The Bold'

Shimerman Voices For 'Batman: The Brave & The Bold'Armin Shimerman, our favorite DS9'er, will soon be playing 'The Calculator' in 'Batman: The Brave & The Bold'.

An admittedly late bloomer in the voice acting field, Shimerman has been making up for lost time with Batman: The Brave & the Bold. On Friday, May 1st, he will voice the role of The Calculator. James Tucker and Mike Jelenic like him so much, he will be returning as two other characters in future episodes this season. One will be as a Green Lantern guardian. The other he won’t say.
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'Star Trek' On The Cover Of Newsweek's May Issue

'Star Trek' On Cover Of Newsweek May IssueNewsweek has released a preview of it's May issue containing a Enterprise clad cover and articles featuring our favorite sci-fi series.  We've put together a brief overview and links to the articles already available on Newsweek.com.

We’re All Trekkies Now - 'Star Trek' is way cool. How'd that happen? Because the geeks have inherited the earth, and the White House.CONTINUE READING >>

Preview of Star Trek D-A-C

Preview of Star Trek D-A-CStar Trek D-A-C, a game based on the new J.J. Abrams film 'Star Trek', is set for release next month.  With the release forthcoming on XBOX Live, Playstation Network, and PC, Team XBOX got their hands on a copy for a preview.CONTINUE READING >>

Bye Bye, Robot: Official Licensed Star Trek Fine Art