A brand new episode of the highest rated Star Trek podcast, Trekcast is available for download.
This week we bring you some more great subspace signals we have been getting so many great responses from you guys so we thought what the heck we will just answer some more of your questions via all kinds of media whether it be email, Twitter, or Skype.
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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Patricia Sheridan recently sat down with Bruce Greenwood and discussed Star Trek XI, Greenwood's skiing past, and life as a celebrity.
Q: I read that you once wanted to be a professional skier?
A: I was pretty outdoorsy. And yeah, that was my plan, professional skier or a poet, if you can imagine that. That was the fall-back position if the skiing didn't work out, I'd make a living as a poet.
Q: So, do you still ski?
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As reported by Airlock Alpha, J.J. Abrams' 'Star Trek' has surpassed the $200 million mark at the box office. Beating out Monsters and Aliens and being the first to pass $200 million 'Star Trek' holds on to the 5th spot in the top ten, but it's days may be numbered. however, it is still on track to be the highest grossing film of 2009.CONTINUE READING >>
Star Trek Online has posted two new updates to the ST:O site. A brand new ship class has been revealed, with full stats, and a brand new edition of the ongoing Kobayashi Maru series.
Starfleet – Excalibur Class
Updating the iconic profile of the Constitution class, the Excalibur is the first of a group of new, state-of-the-art cruisers intended to fill a variety of roles for Starfleet.CONTINUE READING >>
Press Release: New four-issue miniseries begins in July
Following the smash hit, Star Trek: Countdown, currently third on The New York Times Best Seller List, IDW is proud to announce its latest must-read Trek series, Spock: Reflections. The series sheds light on Spock's life leading up to the new feature film, and offers key insights on this iconic character, as well as a startling revelation.CONTINUE READING >>
Jerad is back with another installment of 'Hey, Star Trek!'. This time, we're given a fantastic beginner's guide to the beloved world of 'Star Trek'. Also, he gives a special shout out to your favorite Star Trek news site, Subspace Communique. Thanks Jerad!CONTINUE READING >>