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More Star Trek Online Details Emerge

More Star Trek Online Details Emerge

Gamespot recently got an exclusive look at 3 new screenshots for Star Trek Online and more in depth detail about character creation and gameplay.CONTINUE READING >>

Sneak Peek Of Star Trek The Exhibition In Philadelphia

Sneek Peek Of Star Trek The Exhibition In Philidelphia

Star Trek The Exhibition opens May 16th at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia and WPVI-TV has a sneek peek video of the exhibit.

It's filled with memorabilia from the show, including the actual seat once used by James T. Kirk, played by William Shatner, to sit and ponder the many decisions he made as captain of the Starship Enterprise.

The stage prop from the Star Trek TV series is one more than 430 items on display at the Star Trek Exhibition at the Franklin Institute
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Pine & Quinto Talk Star Trek's Vision

Pine & Quinto Talk Star Trek's Vision

In a recent interview Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto discuss Gene Roddenberry's vision for human equality and why Star Trek has stayed viable for so long.

Quinto, who plays Spock, said: “I think Gene Roddenberry was a visionary in a lot of ways, and at a time in American history where there was a lot of civial, socio-political and racial unrest, he created a series which really explored themes which people are a little reticent to talk about, in an allegorical way which was subversive at times, and provocative.
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Kurtzman & Orci Talk 'Unpredictable Future' In Sequel

Kurtzman & Orci Talk 'Unpredictable Future' In Sequel

Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci recently talked with MTV.com and discussed the possibilities a new timeline presents for a sequel to 'Star Trek'.

All the characters who existed in the universe or canon we grew up with are essentially still around in some capacity," Kurtzman explained. "But their lives have been altered, so they may again intersect with our crew."
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New 'Hey, Star Trek!' Blog Post ' Watchoo Got New Movie!?'

'Hey, Star Trek!' Asks ' Watchoo Got New Movie!?'A brand new 'Hey, Star Trek!' post is available on Trekcast.com.  In this installment, Jerad shares his feelings on the new J.J. Abrams film 'Star Trek'CONTINUE READING >>

Shatner's 'Star Trek' Deleted Scenes Detailed

Shatner's 'Star Trek' Deleted Scenes Detailed

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 >>

Paramount Sets Opening For 'Star Trek' In Mexico

Paramount Sets Opening For 'Star Trek' In Mexico

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 >>

Leonard Nimoy Talks Trek, Life & His Early Days In Hollywood

Leonard Nimoy Talks Trek, Life & His Early Days In Hollywood

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 >>

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