May 12th, 2009
In a recent article by io9, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman give us a glimpse at the William Shatner scenes that were never meant to be.
You've heard why Shatner's Kirk wasn't included in Star Trek. (He was dead, for one thing.) But Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman tried to write him in, and they walked us through their Shatner scene.
Alex Kurtzman: We had a scene with Shatner, and that ended up going.CONTINUE READING >>
As reported in Variety, Paramount Pictures has set a release date in Mexico date for the new J.J. Abrams film 'Star Trek'. The original release was postponed due to the Swine Flu outbreak.
Paramount has finally settled on June 5 as its Mexican release date for "Star Trek" in the latest 'flu-driven reshuffle of the summer calendar.CONTINUE READING >>
In a recent LA Times article, writer Geoff Boucher sat down with our favorite vulcan Leonard Nimoy. In the interview they discuss the new film 'Star Trek', Leonard's early years in Hollywood, his past experiences with Star Trek, and the origins of the Vulcan Salute.CONTINUE READING >>
Attention earthlings a brand new episode of Trekcast is available to download. Do it now!
So here it is the wait is over for Star Trek , and we here at Trekcast had our first meet up at the Palms hotel in Las Vegas (thanks to everyone who could make it) for the premiere, and we want to share that with you so we taped this episode as it was happening so here you go and enjoy. (source Trekcast)CONTINUE READING >>
Leonard Nimoy, Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto stopped by Saturday Night Live over the weekend and made a guest appearance on weekend update.
Nimoy, Pine & Quinto take on Trekker reaction to the tagline "This isn't your father's Star Trek' with some lighthearted ribbing of Trek fans Some fans may not find it humorous, but it's definitely not the infamous Shatner 'Get a life' Skit. Although, seeing the Shatner skit first run we thought that was pretty funny as well. Check out the video below.CONTINUE READING >>
'Star Trek' bests predictions with a $76.5 million dollar opening weekend.
Paramount Pictures had estimated that the movie would make about $50 million for the weekend, but figured that strong reviews helped carry it to the bigger opening.CONTINUE READING >>
As reported by POLITICO the President has asked Paramount Pictures for his own screening of the new "Star Trek" film in the White House.
The White House request could just be an attempt by the president to stay on top of pop culture by watching this box office bonanza — but could there be more to it?
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