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Tarantino: "Yesterday's Enterprise"

3 hours ago | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Writer/director Quentin Tarantino is a fan of the "Star Trek The Next Generation"  TV episode "Yesterday's Enterprise" (1990), considering it to be the best of all the "Star Trek" stories set in the 24th century, adding to recent reports he would be interested in directing a galactic police space opera:

"...in 'Yesterday's Enterprise', the starship 'Enterprise Ncc-1701-d' encounters a rift in spacetime while on a routine mission. As they monitor the anomaly, the heavily damaged 'USS Enterprise-c', a ship believed to have been destroyed more than two decades earlier, emerges. 

"Instantly, the 'Enterprise-d' undergoes a sudden, bizarre and radical change from its current timeline: it is now a warship, and the 'United Federation of Planets' is at war with the 'Klingons'.

"'Tasha Yar' – who was killed years before – is now running the tactical station. 

"None of the crew notice the change, but 'Guinan' senses reality has shifted and has »

- Michael Stevens

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Premiere Delivers Men for CBS and Subscriber Prospects for CBS All Access

5 hours ago | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Star Trek: Discovery” got off to a solid start for CBS on Sunday night with a multi-pronged assignment.

For CBS, the premiere of the much-anticipated addition to the “Star Trek” canon delivered a respectable crowd of 9.6 million viewers and a 1.9 rating in the adults 18-49 demographic.

For CBS All Access, the dawn of a new day for “Star Trek” broke the Svod service’s single-day record for new subscriber sign-ups, besting the mark set earlier this year by the Feb. 12 Grammy Awards telecast.

CBS would not disclose the total number of new subscribers but said that the past week also marked a record for new sign-ups, and not surprisingly the month of September is pacing to be a record. The real test for CBS Corp. is how many of those free-trial subscribers convert to paying customers down the road after the gratis month ends. Those numbers should be evident by early next year when the Eye reports »

- Cynthia Littleton

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The Best Performances in Bad Movies — IndieWire Critics Survey

7 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best film in theaters right now?”, can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What is the best performance in an otherwise bad movie?

Joshua Rothkopf (@joshrothkopf), Time Out New York

There’s a Cult of Val (Kilmer, obviously) that I proudly belong to. Mainly it revolves around movies like “Real Genius,” “Top Secret!” and “Heat,” all excellent movies that don’t fit the parameters of this question. But you really don’t know Val until you’ve made your peace with Oliver Stone’s beyond-awful “The Doors.” The apocryphal anecdotes around Kilmer’s deep dive into Jim Morrison are insane: insisting that no one look him in the eye on set, wearing the same leather pants for months, »

- David Ehrlich

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Star Trek: Discovery review – a darker vision boldly goes into the future

8 hours ago | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The latest addition to the Star Trek canon has found a bona fide star in Sonequa Martin-Green, but the world around her lacks the deep space to succeed

Star Trek posits a future of feminism, political rapprochement between generations-old enemies and the pursuit of racial equality. But it’s also only as progressive as its writers think their audience is. Maybe that’s why the latest version, Star Trek: Discovery, is more depressing than it probably intends to be.

Related: Star Trek’s 50-year mission: to shine a light on the best of humankind

Related: Star Trek’s Nichelle Nichols: ‘Martin Luther King was a Trekker’

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- Sam Thielman

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Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 Episode 2 Review – ‘Battle at the Binary Stars’

8 hours ago | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Alex Moreland reviews the second episode of Star Trek: Discovery

They are coming. Atom by atom, they will coil around us and take all that we are.

Another strong instalment here; taken with its predecessor, it’s hard not to believe that Star Trek: Discovery is in a very good position.

It’s nice, actually, that it is doing so well. Consider the journey it’s been on; the show was first announced in November 2015, after all. It’s been a long time coming, and had a troubled production indeed – switching showrunners, delays, alleged network interference, etc. Really, it would have been very easy for this show to be rubbish, or even just okay, and no one would have been particularly surprised.

But it is in fact – thankfully, miraculously, mercifully – actually quite good.

Star Trek: Discovery benefits here from the choice – arguably unique amongst the different instalments in the franchise »

- Alex Moreland

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Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 Episode 1 Review – ‘The Vulcan Hello’

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Alex Moreland reviews the first episode of Star Trek: Discovery. Spoilers ahead…

“We’re Starfleet. We’re explorers, not soldiers.”

And so it returns, and just like that it’s as though it never left.

The key takeaway from Star Trek: Discovery is Michael Burnham, of course. In many ways, it’s her show; in a way quite unlike Star Trek has ever had before, Burnham is the lead of the show, rather than first amongst an ensemble. No doubt the field will widen as the series goes on, but at this point it’s difficult to complain too much – Burnham is a particularly strong character already. There’s something to be said for her Kirk-esque, gung-ho attitude, but there’s also some rather clever parallels with Spock built into her character. Much as Spock was the first Vulcan to join Starfleet, Burnham is the first human to join the Vulcan science academy; in turn, »

- Alex Moreland

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Pilot Becomes One of the Most Pirated TV Episodes in Less Than 24 Hours

9 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The list of the top 100 most pirated television episodes on The Pirate Bay is dominated by the likes of “Game of Thrones,” “Rick and Morty,” and “American Horror Story,” but a rookie title has already broken into the top 20 in under 24 hours, and it’s name is “Star Trek: Discovery.” The latest television entry in the long-running space franchise, “Discovery” debuted its pilot episode on CBS, while its second episode and all future episodes will debut on CBS All Access.

The pilot is already #15 on the most pirated episodes list, which makes sense given “Star Trek’s” enthusiastic fan base and the fact that viewers need to subscribe to CBS All Access to watch the series. Television viewers without cable and/or unwilling to pay for the streaming service to watch the new series are behind the high volume of illegal downloads. The second episode, which debuted on CBS All »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Pilot Becomes One of the Most Pirated TV Episodes in Less Than 24 Hours

9 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The list of the top 100 most pirated television episodes on The Pirate Bay is dominated by the likes of “Game of Thrones,” “Rick and Morty,” and “American Horror Story,” but a rookie title has already broken into the top 20 in under 24 hours, and it’s name is “Star Trek: Discovery.” The latest television entry in the long-running space franchise, “Discovery” debuted its pilot episode on CBS, while its second episode and all future episodes will debut on CBS All Access.

The pilot is already #15 on the most pirated episodes list, which makes sense given “Star Trek’s” enthusiastic fan base and the fact that viewers need to subscribe to CBS All Access to watch the series. Television viewers without cable and/or unwilling to pay for the streaming service to watch the new series are behind the high volume of illegal downloads. The second episode, which debuted on CBS All »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Premiere Opens Solid on CBS; Prompts Record Number of Trekkers to Sign Up for CBS All Access

9 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Star Trek: Discovery” opened strong in its initial CBS airing, averaging 9.6 million viewers. CBS expects that number to grow to 15 million viewers once seven days of DVR and video on-demand usage is included.

That wide exposure was key for CBS in promoting the CBS All Access home for “Star Trek: Discovery.” From this point forward, new episodes will only be available on the digital platform.

Already on Sunday, CBS All Access broke a new record for subscriber sign-ups in a single day, surpassing the previous record held by this year’s Grammy Awards.

That means fans were apparently ready when CBS debuted its new series “Star Trek: Discovery” in two parts Sunday night. The first episode was available for everyone to watch on broadcast on CBS at 8:30 p.m. Et and ended on a cliffhanger that was concluded in the second episode, available only on CBS All Access.

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- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Premiere Opens Solid on CBS; Prompts Record Number of Trekkers to Sign Up for CBS All Access

9 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Star Trek: Discovery” opened strong in its initial CBS airing, averaging 9.6 million viewers. CBS expects that number to grow to 15 million viewers once seven days of DVR and video on-demand usage is included.

That wide exposure was key for CBS in promoting the CBS All Access home for “Star Trek: Discovery.” From this point forward, new episodes will only be available on the digital platform.

Already on Sunday, CBS All Access broke a new record for subscriber sign-ups in a single day, surpassing the previous record held by this year’s Grammy Awards.

That means fans were apparently ready when CBS debuted its new series “Star Trek: Discovery” in two parts Sunday night. The first episode was available for everyone to watch on broadcast on CBS at 8:30 p.m. Et and ended on a cliffhanger that was concluded in the second episode, available only on CBS All Access.

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- Hanh Nguyen

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Star Trek: Discovery episode 1 review - The Vulcan Hello

10 hours ago | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

James Hunt Sep 25, 2017

Exciting! Star Trek: Discovery gets off to an enjoyable, satisfying start. Here's our spoilery review and geeky spots from episode 1...

With almost no advance press for Star Trek: Discovery's airing and a whole heap of suspicious-looking production reshuffles and slippages, you could be forgiven for feeling trepidation about whether it was going to be any good or not. The happy news is that the opening episode, The Vulcan Hello, is exactly what it needed to be: a decent episode of Star Trek.

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Indeed, it's comfortably the best opening episode since Tng's Encounter At Farpoint. Surprisingly lean on characters, but dense with plot, the story sees Michael Burnham, aka Number One, encountering a strange artifact in space leading her, her captain and her crew into a tense stand-off with more Klingons »

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Star Trek: Discovery's Sonequa Martin-Green Shared the Best Tribute to Nichelle Nichols

12 hours ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Star Trek: Discovery star Sonequa Martin-Green spent premiere day quite active on social media. She posted touching messages to her cast mates, a photo of her and the cast taking a knee in response to Donald Trump and the NFL tweets and respecting her elders, including original Star Trek star Nichelle Nichols. Nichols starred in the original Star Trek series from 1966-1969 as Lieutenant Uhura. She was one of the first African American female characters on TV not a servant. Martin-Green and Nichols crossed paths at the premiere screening of Star Trek: Discovery on in Los Angeles. "I call this, 'The Legend and the Dreamer.' She whispered to me, 'Enjoy this time. It's yours now.' What a blessing, »

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TV Review: Star Trek Discovery

22 hours ago | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Episode 1: "The Vulcan Hello" Synopsis: Set roughly ten years before the events of Star Trek: The Original Series, the show sees the Klingon T'Kuvma look to unite the 24 great Klingon houses, leading to a cold war between his race and the United Federation of Planets that involves the crew of the USS Discovery. Review: Star Trek Discovery is the... Read More »

- Alex Maidy

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Premiere Most Shocking Moments, From Georgiou’s Destiny to Burnham’s Bold Move

24 September 2017 7:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “Star Trek: Discovery” Episode 1 and 2, “The Vulcan Hello” and “Battle at the Binary Stars.”]

Liz Shannon Miller, TV Editor: While anyone who knows a little bit about “Star Trek” comes to a new iteration of the franchise with certain expectations, there is the basic fact that the pilot of any TV show is, to borrow a term, undiscovered country. And the launch of “Star Trek: Discovery” has been accompanied by plenty of early press suggesting that we were in for a whole new take on boldly going where no one has gone before — a take that might prove darker than previous installments.

And, no lie, introducing a major character like Captain Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh) and then seeing her brutally murdered by a Klingon is a strong indication of that. How much did that shock you, Hanh?

Hanh Nguyen, Senior Editor: Honestly, it didn’t, which in itself surprised me since I haven’t been following the development of the show that closely. While I am a fan, »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Premiere Most Shocking Moments, From Georgiou’s Destiny to Burnham’s Bold Move

24 September 2017 7:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “Star Trek: Discovery” Episode 1 and 2, “The Vulcan Hello” and “Battle at the Binary Stars.”]

Liz Shannon Miller, TV Editor: While anyone who knows a little bit about “Star Trek” comes to a new iteration of the franchise with certain expectations, there is the basic fact that the pilot of any TV show is, to borrow a term, undiscovered country. And the launch of “Star Trek: Discovery” has been accompanied by plenty of early press suggesting that we were in for a whole new take on boldly going where no one has gone before — a take that might prove darker than previous installments.

And, no lie, introducing a major character like Captain Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh) and then seeing her brutally murdered by a Klingon is a strong indication of that. How much did that shock you, Hanh?

Hanh Nguyen, Senior Editor: Honestly, it didn’t, which in itself surprised me since I haven’t been following the development of the show that closely. While I am a fan, »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: CBS All Access Series Shines By Making Space Beautiful — But Also Scary

24 September 2017 6:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

How you choose to budget your money for television viewing is an understandably personal choice. But listen up, “Star Trek” fans: sign up for your CBS All Access account now, because the most exciting and daring take on the franchise is happening there, and even if you don’t love it right out of the gate, it’s going to create conversations you won’t want to miss.

Star Trek: Discovery,” the first new “Trek” series in 16 years, feels welcomely familiar and also surprisingly fresh, bringing together established iconography and new ideas for a series that, based on the first three episodes screened for critics, exists in a space where nothing, including the status quo, is safe. This is a story about exploration and adventure, but also a story in dialogue with the core values of this franchise, and what those values require of these characters.

“Discovery” is set 10 years »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: CBS All Access Series Shines By Making Space Beautiful — But Also Scary

24 September 2017 6:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

How you choose to budget your money for television viewing is an understandably personal choice. But listen up, “Star Trek” fans: sign up for your CBS All Access account now, because the most exciting and daring take on the franchise is happening there, and even if you don’t love it right out of the gate, it’s going to create conversations you won’t want to miss.

Star Trek: Discovery,” the first new “Trek” series in 16 years, feels welcomely familiar and also surprisingly fresh, bringing together established iconography and new ideas for a series that, based on the first three episodes screened for critics, exists in a space where nothing, including the status quo, is safe. This is a story about exploration and adventure, but also a story in dialogue with the core values of this franchise, and what those values require of these characters.

“Discovery” is set 10 years »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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'Star Trek: Discovery' Main Title Sequence Revealed Ahead of Premiere

24 September 2017 11:24 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Star Trek: Discovery is gearing up for its return to the small screen by releasing the main title sequence ahead of CBS' Sunday night premiere.

Rough designs of the Discovery, blades and phaser weapons take form in the opening spot, along with black smoke that turns into the Vulcan hand salute. The theme song, composed by Jeff Ruso, takes cues from Star Trek: The Original Series.

Discovery will feature new faces for its storyline, set 10 years before Capt. James T. Kirk journeyed into the unknown. The Walking Dead alum Sonequa Martin-Green will lead as second-in-command of the USS Shenzou, »

- Arlene Washington

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Here's How to Watch Star Trek: Discovery

23 September 2017 11:00 AM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Are you ready for a new era of action-packed and intellectually stimulating sci-fi drama?

Star Trek: Discovery will soon make its way to television, breathing new life into a beloved franchise. Taking place 10 years before the events of the original Star Trek series that starred William Shatner and

...

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- Keisha Hatchett

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The Child In Time review

22 September 2017 2:21 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Louisa Mellor Sep 24, 2017

The BBC adaptation of Ian McEwan’s The Child In Time is a sensitively told story about resilience. Spoilers ahead…

This review contains spoilers.

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“Keep breathing”. The final words from Benedict Cumberbatch’s character in A Child In Time are a summary of its message. Through trauma and though loss, the film urges, keep going. Keep breathing.

When their three year old daughter Kate goes missing from a busy supermarket, central characters Stephen and Julie (Cumberbatch and Kelly Macdonald) suffer the kind of loss from which recovery seems impossible. Kate is never found and her fate is never told. She spends the film both alive and dead, a presence and an absence.

The Child In Time though, isn’t Kate’s story; it’s Stephen’s. And it’s resolutely a story about emotional resilience, »

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