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Star Trek: Discovery Changes a Long-standing Roddenberry Rule

7 hours ago | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Star Trek: Discovery showrunners and developer have evolved one of franchise creator Gene Roddenberry’s cardinal rules.  The show’s creators now allow conflict among Starfleet crew aboard the starship Discovery.  Showrunners Aaron Harberts and Gretchen J. Berg produce Star Trek: Discovery based upon a creative roadmap executive producer and series developer Bryan Fuller laid out.  This roadmap changes one the franchise’s decades-old limitations — one set forth by Mr Roddenberry himself — in an effort to evolve the franchise. Star Trek franchise creator Gene Roddenberry was quite the idealist.  Mr Roddenberry made “No Conflict Among Starfleet Crew and Main Characters” a primary rule of

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- Chris St Martin

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Discards a Long-Standing ‘Trek’ Rule, Gets New Photo and Uniform Infographic

23 June 2017 9:30 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

It was a rule that plagued writers of previous Star Trek TV shows: in order to better represent Trek creator Gene Roddenberry’s idyllic vision of a utopian future, writers were strongly encouraged to avoid having Starfleet crew members in conflict with each other. But that won’t be the case on Star Trek: Discovery, because showrunners Aaron Harberts and […]

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- Ben Pearson

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New to Streaming: ‘The Bad Batch,’ ‘Summer Hours,’ ‘Kong: Skull Island,’ ‘Paterson,’ and More

23 June 2017 5:31 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit platforms. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

The Bad Batch (Ana Lily Amirpour)

Ana Lily Amirpour’s second feature shoots for Harmony Korine meets Mad Max and would have nearly almost hit the mark were it not for the gratingly aloof attitude and the swaths of directorial license being taken. The Bad Batch — an ambitious, expansive dystopian sci-fi western which features partying, drugs, and cannibals — might come as music to the ears of diehard fans of films like Spring Breakers and Gummo (a kid doesn’t quite eat spaghetti in a bathtub, but a kid does eat spaghetti after being in a bathtub). However, beneath its dazzlingly hip surface the script and characters leave much to be desired. It’s like taking a trip to Burning Man: a pseudo-spiritual, uniquely punky experience perhaps, but one that’s full of annoying rich kids and ultimately emotionally shallow. – Rory O. (full review)

Where to Stream: Amazon, iTunes

Kong: Skull Island (Jordan Vogt-Roberts)

Though it may not feel fully inspired so much as competently pre-visualized, Kong: Skull Island fits snugly into the growing canon of reboots that exist within ever-expanding movie universes. That’s a first sentence to a positive review that perhaps reads a bit more cynically than intended. Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts and written by a bunch of dudes (Dan Gilroy and Max Borenstein and Derek Connolly with a story credited to John Gatins), this umpteenth version of the King Kong story pulls from every available pop-culture source in building a fun creature feature. Much of the credit goes to the breathtaking effects and brisk pace, which distract from some lofty line readings and silly plot devices. – Dan M. (full review)

Where to Stream: Amazon, iTunes, Google

Le Trou (Jacques Becker)

One of the greatest prison escape dramas of all-time, Jacques Becker’s recently-restored Le Trou is a masterclass in tension. By putting us both in the physical and psychological headspace of our protagonists, it’s an enveloping experience as we see a number of close calls, leading up to one of the most unforgettable endings in cinema. – Jordan r.

Where to Stream: Mubi (free 30-day trial)

Moana (John Musker and Ron Clements)

It’s time for another Disney Princess movie, and you know how it goes. Disney knows too, and wants you to know that it knows. When the title character of Moana (Auli’i Cravalho) denies that she’s a princess, claiming that she’s merely the daughter of her island’s chief and the next chieftain, her adventuring partner Maui (Dwayne Johnson) asserts, “Same difference,” and that, “You wear a dress and have an animal sidekick. You’re a princess.” But Disney is doing its best to make the culture rethink cinematic fantasy princesses, countering the stereotypes of helpless femininity (which the studio largely put in place) with a new roster of highly capable action heroines. And Moana is, as they call it, a good role model. And the movie around her is fine. – Dan S. (full review)

Where to Stream: Netflix

Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press (Brian Knappenberger)

Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press uses a salacious story and website as the launching pad to discuss where we currently are, so much so that I imagine director Brian Knappenberger — who uses footage from President Trump’s infamous press conference only a few days before the film’s Sundance premiere — may wish to stay on the story. Gawker, a site spun out of Gizmodo, was founded to share the types of stories mainstream news outlets would often shy away from, including celebrity sex tapes, outings, drug use, and allegations that have swirled but not picked up traction. They’ve featured Rob Ford smoking crack, Bill Cosby’s multiple accusers, Hillary Clinton’s emails, Tom Cruise’s prominent role in Scientology, and the one that brought them down: the infamous Hulk Hogan sex tape recorded for private use by Hogan pal and infamous Tampa shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge Clem, best known nationally for his stint on Howard Stern’s satellite channel. Bubba’s antics will no doubt some day be the subject of a documentary of their own, from his role in both the Hogan affair to his odd appearance in the David Petraeus saga. – John F. (full review)

Where to Stream: Netflix

Paterson (Jim Jarmusch)

Jim Jarmusch proved he was back in a major way with Only Lovers Left Alive a few years ago, and the streak continues with Paterson, a calm, introspective drama with such positive views on marriage and creativity that I was left floored. In following the cyclical life of Adam Driver‘s Paterson, a bus driver in Paterson, New Jersey, who also has dreams of being a poet, Jarmusch superbly shows that one’s own life experience — however seemingly insubstantial — is the only requirement to produce something beautiful. Moreso than any other film in 2016, this is the kind of world I want to live in. – Jordan R.

Where to Stream: Amazon Prime

Star Trek Beyond (Justin Lin)

After the pleasant fluff of its kick-off installment and the frog march of unpleasantness that was Into Darkness, the rebooted Star Trek film series finally hits a fun median between big-budget bombast and classic Trek bigheartedness with Star Trek Beyond. Does the franchise’s full descent into action, with only the barest lip service paid to big ideas, cause Gene Roddenberry’s ashes to spin in their space capsule? Probably, but in the barren desert of summer 2016 blockbusters, this is a lovely oasis. – Dan S. (full review)

Where to Stream: Amazon Prime

Summer Hours (Olivier Assayas)

Perhaps a point of contention on New York Times’ top 25 films of the 21st century list, Olivier AssayasSummer Hours is a commendable top 10 pick. Led by Juliette Binoche, Charles Berling, Jérémie Renier, and Kyle Eastwood, this drama follows a family reuniting following the death of their mother. Like the best of Assayas’ films, it’s an impeccably-crafted, subtly-moving experience, one that wades in the ideas of the value of what we hold on to and a graceful reflection on the passage of time. – Jordan R.

Where to Stream: FilmStruck

Wilson (Craig Johnson)

The world of Daniel Clowes is one without manners, glamour, and tact, but it is also one of uncomfortable truth, as scathing as it might be. One may have never verbally conveyed the discourteous musings of his characters to the extent to which it is their everyday vernacular, but we’ve all had similar thoughts when life isn’t going our way. The latest adaptation of his work comes with Wilson, directed by Craig Johnson (The Skeleton Twins), featuring a role Woody Harrelson is clearly having the time of his life with. Despite his commitment to a lack of civility, there’s a darker film lying in the cynical heart of Wilson, one that gets squandered by its mawkish aesthetic and lack of interest in exploring these characters beyond their crudeness. – Jordan R. (full review)

Where to Stream: Amazon, iTunes, Google

The Zookeeper’s Wife (Niki Caro)

The Zookeeper’s Wife begins with those five famous words that hold the power to either become a film’s dependency (and therefore downfall) or its empowering catalyst, laying the foundation to convey a poignant tale: “Based on a true story.” Fortunately, The Zookeeper’s Wife sticks with the latter, and the true tale being told is one for the ages. Niki Caro‘s drama follows a couple who hide Jews in their zoo and use it as a point of passage and escape during the Nazi takeover of Warsaw. The narrative is a simple one, allowing The Zookeeper’s Wife to shine in its performances, imagery, and storytelling, which it pristinely accomplishes. – Chelsey G. (full review)

Where to Stream: Amazon, iTunes, Google

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- Jordan Raup

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Star Trek Discovery Announces Premiere Date

19 June 2017 1:00 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Gene Roddenberry's original Star Trek television series (Tos) debuted on Thursday, September 8, 1966 via NBC. Roddenberry, a TV writer of Westerns (primarily) during the 1950s, pitched the show as a cross between Gulliver's Travels and Wagon Train... in space! Over the next 50 years there have been 13 films, 5 television series, and that animated thing in the early 70s starring the original NBC cast. J.J. Abrams famously rebooted the films in 2009, but there hasn't been a new TV series since Enterprise ended in 2005.

Star Trek Discovery, the newest TV franchise, was announced in November 2015 and would appear exclusively on CBS All Access, the stand-alone network streaming service. Someday. Maybe. We hope.

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Today, we learned -- via Twitter -- that Star Trek Discovery will premiere on Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 8:30pm Et/5:30pm Pt:

Discovery begins September 24. #StarTrekDiscovery pic.twitter. »

- David Kozlowski

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Alex Kurtzman talks Star Trek: Discovery and the departure of Bryan Fuller

9 June 2017 7:24 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

With the cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise in 2005, the future of Gene Roddenberry's once mighty franchise looked uncertain. It's important to keep in mind that up until that point, there had always been a Star Trek series on the schedule since The Next Generation made its debut in 1987. That's an awful lot of continuous Star Trek. A world without Star... Read More »

- Kevin Fraser

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Trek to the Past – Star Trek: Tos Season One in Review

2 June 2017 12:01 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Star Trek is probably the most successful science fiction franchise of all time spanning six decades of science fiction storytelling. In the series, I will be looking at the highlights of all the past episodes from each season of all five TV shows that went before leading up to the new series Star Trek: Discovery that will be airing in the fall of 2017.

Star Trek: The Original Series – Season One

Original Broadcast: (September 8th 1966 – April 29th 1967)

Development

After a failed attempt at selling Star Trek to NBC with the pilot ‘The Cage’, starring Jeffrey Hunter as Captain Christopher Pike, NBC told Gene Roddenberry to film a second pilot with a more “action & adventure” orientated plot – which was unheard of at the time. Roddenberry complied and wrote two story outlines: one being ‘Mudd’s Women’ and the second being ‘The Omega Glory’ both of which were produced later on the series »

- James Morrell

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Sci-Fi world set to ‘live long and prosper’ thanks to the Tech industry

24 April 2017 1:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Half a century ago we were all going to be living in mile-high skyscrapers with floating cars for transport. As the new millennium came closer, you had more chance of meeting an alien who declared, “Nanu, nanu, shazbot” as a greeting.The major inventions of science fiction have yet to happen. Warp drive, teleporting, hover cars; they all remain the prerogative of fertile minds. Or do they?

Despite what we may think, much more of science fiction’s wizardry has come true than we credit. In-ear headphones were predicted by Ray Bradbury in his seminal novel, Fahrenheit 451. Apple, for one, are finding this to be a tidy revenue stream.

It’s not the only thing Bradbury looked into the future and saw. Mankind has long held a fascination with Mars and while Hg Wells War of the Worlds seems an unlikely outcome, colonisation as foreseen in the Martian Chronicles »

- James Smith

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Star Trek, Serenity, Muppets and more: our favourite movie adaptations of TV shows

17 April 2017 8:01 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Star Trek, Serenity, Muppets and more: our favourite movie adaptations of TV showsStar Trek, Serenity, Muppets and more: our favourite movie adaptations of TV showsJenny Bullough4/17/2017 10:01:00 Am With the movie adaptation of the classic 80s TV show CHiPs out in theatres now, and the Baywatch movie just around the corner, we’ve been thinking about the classic and beloved TV series that have been reborn on the big screen as movies (and sometimes even movie franchises)! Not all of these movies ended up as critically-acclaimed award winners, but frankly, we love them anyway. There’s just something sweetly nostalgic about seeing a TV show you loved when you were younger, or even an older TV show that you missed out on, reimagined for the movie screen. Here’s our list of the top ten TV shows adapted into movies: 10: The Brady Bunch Movie How do you adapt »

- Jenny Bullough

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Star Trek, Serenity, Muppets and more: our favourite movie adaptations of TV shows

17 April 2017 8:01 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Star Trek, Serenity, Muppets and more: our favourite movie adaptations of TV showsStar Trek, Serenity, Muppets and more: our favourite movie adaptations of TV showsJenny Bullough4/17/2017 10:01:00 Am With the movie adaptation of the classic 80s TV show CHiPs out in theatres now, and the Baywatch movie just around the corner, we’ve been thinking about the classic and beloved TV series that have been reborn on the big screen as movies (and sometimes even movie franchises)! Not all of these movies ended up as critically-acclaimed award winners, but frankly, we love them anyway. There’s just something sweetly nostalgic about seeing a TV show you loved when you were younger, or even an older TV show that you missed out on, reimagined for the movie screen. Here’s our list of the top ten TV shows adapted into movies: 10: The Brady Bunch Movie How do you adapt »

- Jenny Bullough

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Fan Theory Friday: Are Sherlock Holmes and Spock Related???

7 April 2017 9:01 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Illogical, you might think, but you’d be wrong…

On paper, the characters of Sherlock Holmes and Spock would seem to be pretty similar. Both are emotionally-detached male humanoids who value logic, reason, and loyalty above all else. Both are highly intelligent, if peculiar for their intelligence, and both require a confidant, Watson for Holmes and Kirk for Spock, as a sounding board/link to reality. But what if the connection goes beyond surface traits, and what if Holmes and Spock are … brace yourselves … related?

It sounds crazy but it’s not as crazy as it seems, and it all hinges on a single quote:

“Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”

But before we get into all that, let’s look at another important connection between the two.

In “The Reichenbach Fall,” the season two finale of Sherlock, the BBC series starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Holmes »

- H. Perry Horton

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Star Trek: the franchise's big turning points

16 March 2017 8:04 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Michael Reed Mar 24, 2017

Examining some of the key turning points in the Star Trek series, with the projects that never quite made it to the screen...

“History is replete with turning points. You must have faith.” - Spock

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Star Trek has been with us for over 50 years in one form or another. It started in 1964 with the filming of the pilot episode of the original series, and it has continued to the present day, through films and subsequent TV series, along with other mediums such as books and video games.

We’re principally interested in the core of the franchise here, the TV series and films, and we’re going to take a look at some 'what if...' possibilities of projects that almost happened but didn’t. If you’re reading »

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The Future of Food: 5 Ominous Trends in Science Fiction Cuisine

14 March 2017 11:52 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

The way to a sci-fi’s heart is through its stomach.

At the beginning of Mad Max: Fury Road, Max Rockatansky crushes a double-headed gecko beneath his heel, wipes it off his boot, and eats it. It is a perfect moment — the panicked scuttling of the gecko over the sand as it fatally scurries towards Max’s foot; the crunches; the way the squirming lizard dangles helplessly from Max’s mouth as he turns to the camera. It’s a brief lull before we’re whisked away into 120 minutes of high-octane car theatrics — and it tells us everything we need to know about Max, ever the opportunist, and his hostile, crusty world. As NPR’s Jason Sheehan notes, a similar scene takes place in Road Warrior, in which Max chows down on some dog food; “a history of lack and desperation completely told with nothing more than a hungry stare, a »

- Meg Shields

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‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Documentary Exceeds Crowdfunding Goals By More Than 400 Percent

12 March 2017 11:59 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Few movies and TV series have inspired the level of devotion among fans that “Star Trek” enjoys. The latest case in point is “What We Left Behind,” a crowdfunded documentary about the “Deep Space Nine” series launched by the show’s creators. Originally seeking $150,000 in contributions, it ended up raising $636,392 — 423 percent of its goal.

Read More: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Behind-the-Scenes Trailer Teases New Uniforms, Sets and Captain’s Chair

Adam Nimoy, who directed last year’s “For the Love of Spock” and whose father Leonard Nimoy played the beloved Vulcan Spock in the original series, is helming the project; showrunner Ira Steven Behr and David Zappone will produce it. Behr and Nimoy spoke to Space.com about the film, which was originally intended to run 60 minutes but will now go a full 90. “The people involved in the show are realizing that what they did really had value,” said Behr of the Indiegogo campaign’s success. »

- Michael Nordine

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Star Trek Online: Agents of Yesterday launches on consoles

15 February 2017 12:45 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Perfect World Entertainment have, much to the excitement of Trek fans, announced the release of their free to play Mmorpg Star Trek Online: Agents of Yesterday on Xbox One and Playstation 4.

Based on the classic Star Trek universe created by Gene RoddenberryStar Trek Online: Agents of Yesterday finds enemies threatening to destroy the past and takes players back in time to become a new captain in the 23rd century in Star Trek: The Original Series.  A new launch trailer has been released showcasing the game on console.  Watch this below.

Star Trek Online: Agents of Yesterday will feature a new tutorial section that will allow players to begin their adventure as a captain and will also help adjust to the controls.  Once the tutorial is completed captains can earn rewards by taking part in over a dozen missions based around Star Trek: The Original Series.

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- Andrew Newton

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‘Supergirl’ Meets Hercules: Kevin Sorbo Cast in Mystery Villain Role

3 February 2017 9:00 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Supergirl” is getting yet another mystery villain. Shortly after casting former Lois Lane Teri Hatcher as a similarly described baddie, the show has enlisted Kevin Sorbo in a recurring role as one of Supergirl’s many foes.

“Since his days as Hercules, Kevin Sorbo has brought such a strong presence to the screen and we couldn’t be more excited to have him join us on ‘Supergirl,'” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said.

Sorbo’s geek pedigree is well accounted for at this point. First there was “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” and that franchise’s assorted TV movies and animated joints, in which Sorbo played the eponymous Greek demigod. Then there was “Andromeda,” the sci-fi series created from unused Gene Roddenberry material that ran for five seasons, in which he was High Guard Captain Dylan Hunt, whose mission was to rekindle the light of civilization across several galaxies.

In addition to Hatcher and Sorbo, “Supergirl »

- Oriana Schwindt

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Watch First Four Minutes of the First Episode of MacHinima’S Greater Creators Featuring Jack Kirby

2 February 2017 1:15 PM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Machinima has launched a great new series that looks into some of the most creative minds in our pop culture world.

Machinima’s Greater Creators will be an in-depth look into the creative icons who pushed the boundaries of art and influences into our culture. Some of the creators will feature Alan Moore, Gene Roddenberry, Frank Herbert, Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick. In addition, there will be in-depth looks into cult favorites like anime auteur Hayao Miyazaki, comic book artist Frank Frazetta, and even stop motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

The 14 episodes of the season will launch this year with the first episode already available featuring the King of Comics, Jack Kirby.

New episodes will be launched weekly on Tuesdays and available for free on go90.

The show is hosted by YouTuber Comic Book Girl 19, who features extensive commentaries on comics, films, books and television shows.

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- Gig Patta

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Jack Kirby Featured In Machinima's First Episode Of Greater Creators

1 February 2017 2:12 PM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Machinima has launched a new 14 episode series that takes an in-depth look at some of the greatest creators of all-time. Who did they happen to highlight in their inaugural episode? None other than the artist behind many of Marvel's most popular and iconic heroes; Jack Kirby! We've got the first four minutes of the episode below for you to check out! New episodes are set to land online every Tuesday covering other creators such as Stephen King, Stanley Kubrick, Alan Moore, Gene Roddenberry, Frank Herbert and more! Head over to go90 for the rest of this episode as well as future episodes! Machinima teams with creator Comic Book Girl 19 to deliver what is certain to be the most in-demand course of 2017 - Greater Creators. An in-depth study of creative icons who push the boundaries of art and whose influence can still be felt today, Greater Creators takes fans on »

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Greater Creators Spotlights Jack Kirby

31 January 2017 10:32 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

As we continue to enjoy living in this golden age of superheroes, science fiction and awesome pop culture in general, it’s important that we don’t forget about the genius minds who got us to this point. And, thankfully, neither have the folks behind the new Machinima series, Greater Creators.

Said web series stars internet sensation and all-around four-color guru Comic Book Girl 19, who aims to educate as well as entertain – and that she does when she kicks things off by shining the spotlight on none other than Jack “The King” Kirby.

For those unfamiliar, Kirby is one of the men we have to thank for Marvel books such as Fantastic Four and The Avengers, in addition to DC fan favorites such as Darkseid, the New Gods and Kamandi, the latter of which is currently being revisited by some of today’s top talents in a twelve-issue run. »

- Eric Joseph

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Behind-The-Scenes Look As Production Begins On CBS All Access Series

31 January 2017 10:22 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

“On March 11, 1964, Gene Roddenberry wrote three words on a blank page – ‘Star Trek Is’. What followed was half a century of stories, unbridled by the constraints of time or space, but always a reflection of what it means to be human.” So begins a behind-the scenes look at Star Trek: Discovery. Production began last week on the series which will feature a new ship, new characters and new missions, while embracing the same ideology and hope for the future that inspired a… »

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Machinima Bands With ComicBookGirl19 On ‘Greater Creators’ Series For Go90

31 January 2017 9:00 AM, PST | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Gamer and fandom-focused digital network Machinima has tapped the creator Danika Massey -- better known to her 700,000 social followers as ComicBookGirl19 -- to host its latest series dubbed Greater Creators.

The 14-episode series, debuting today exclusively on Verizon’s go90 mobile video platform, will explore the life and works of creative icons including Watchmen writer Alan Moore, Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, Dune novelist Frank Herbert, Stephen King, and Stanley Kubrick. The series will also feature lesser known figures like anime auteur Hayao Miyazaki, comic book artist Frank Frazetta, and visual effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen.

Visit Tubefilter for more great stories. »

- Geoff Weiss

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