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‘Star Trek’ Actors, Producers Start Anti-Donald Trump Group

1 hour ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Donald Trump is no better than a Denebian slime devil in the eyes of a long list of “Star Trek” actors, producers and writers. “Star Trek” cast members, producers and writers from all of the franchise’s series and movies have endorsed a new Facebook group called Trek Against Trump. Among those supporting the group are Jj Abrams (rebooted movie franchise), Bryan Fuller (“Deep Space 9,” “Voyager,” “Discovery”), Gates McFadden (“The Next Generation”), Walter Koenig (original series)  and Scott Bakula (“Enterprise”). “Never has there been a presidential candidate who stands in such complete opposition to the ideals of the Star Trek universe as Donald Trump, »

- Joe Otterson

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Sir Patrick Stewart Dresses In Drag For Season 2 Of ‘Blunt Talk’

25 September 2016 11:51 AM, PDT | ET Canada | See recent ET Canada news »

We’ve seen Sir Patrick Stewart go where no one has gone before as captain of the starship Enterprise on “Star Trek: The Next Generation”, but the second season of his Starz comedy “Blunt Talk” will see 76-year-old thespian doing something he’s never done before in his lengthy acting career: dress in drag. In “Blunt Talk”, Stewart plays […] »

- Brent Furdyk

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Revisiting Star Trek Tng: Half A Life

23 September 2016 12:43 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

James Hunt Sep 23, 2016

Star Trek: Tng tackles the thorny ethical debate around euthanasia in its latest season four episode, Half A Life...

This review contains spoilers.

4.22 Half A Life

Lwaxana Troi accompanies Captain Picard to meet a visitor from the planet Kaelon II, where the Enterprise has recently arrived. The man – Timicin – is a scientist seeking the Federation’s help in restarting his system’s dying star. Unfortunately, Lwaxana Troi is more interested in restarting Timicin’s dying libido.

Timicin explains to the crew that with some modified photon torpedoes they can restart a star, so the Enterprise rushes him to a valid test site. Meanwhile Lwaxana Troi is spending all her time trying to get Timicin to notice her, which he eventually does. I mean the only way you’d find it easier to notice her is if she wore christmas lights all the time.

Like all attempts to play God, »

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Kirk is feeling a little lonely in deleted scene from Star Trek Beyond

22 September 2016 7:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Yesterday we brought you details of the upcoming Blu-ray release for Star Trek Beyond [see here], and now USA Today has unveiled a rather humourous deleted scene from the Justin Lin-directed sci-fi sequel, which takes place on Starbase Yorktown and sees a lonely Kirk trying to find some company, before being sneezed on by Soccty’s pal Keenser; check it out here…

Star Trek Beyond,” the highly anticipated next installment in the globally popular Star Trek franchise, created by Gene Roddenberry and reintroduced by J.J. Abrams in 2009, returns with director Justin Lin (“The Fast and the Furious” franchise) at the helm of this epic voyage of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her intrepid crew. In “Beyond,” the Enterprise crew explores the furthest reaches of uncharted space, where they encounter a mysterious new enemy who puts them and everything the Federation stands for to the test.

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- Gary Collinson

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Star Trek Beyond Blu-ray cover art and special features announced

21 September 2016 11:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Paramount Pictures has announced that Star Trek Beyond will beam onto Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Ultra HD on November 1st in the States (with a Digital HD release set for October 4th). Check out the cover art here, along with details on the bonus features…

See Also: Order Star Trek Beyond via Amazon Us or Amazon UK

Deleted Scenes – Go Beyond the final cut of the movie with scenes you didn’t see in theaters.

Beyond the Darkness – Meet visionary producer J.J. Abrams, director Justin Lin and co-writers Simon Pegg and Doug Jung as they discuss the inspiration for the Star Trek Beyond storyline and how it came to life.

Enterprise Takedown – Experience edge-of-your-seat action and see how a shocking attack destroys the USS Enterprise.

Divided and Conquered – Learn how filmmakers pushed the boundaries in Star Trek Beyond by forcing the Enterprise crew into their most challenging situations yet.

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- Gary Collinson

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Star Trek Continues: Continuing To Be Excellent

16 September 2016 7:38 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

 “Embracing the Winds”, the seventh episode of the excellent fan-made webseries Star Trek Continues debuted recently and it continues the outstanding quality of the previous six episodes. With equal parts fan service, entertaining writing, good performances and nostalgia, "Embracing the Winds" delivers what fans of classic Star Trek want from their Trek. 

 Note to Jj Abrams…Watch this show! These guys get it. You don’t. This is what fans of Star Trek: The Original Series (1966-1969) expect when they see the name Star Trek. The fan-made, crowd funded Star Trek Continues is such a superb extension of the old show, it makes you wonder why Paramount doesn’t hire these folks to write the new films. They’re much better at it than whoever is writing those movies now.

 Before we go further into “Embracing the Winds”, it should be pointed out that this episode was filmed before the »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Rob Young)

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Revisiting Star Trek Tng: The Drumhead

16 September 2016 1:33 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

James Hunt Sep 16, 2016

Witch hunts, interrogation and paranoia feature in fairly straightforward space-court Star Trek: Tng episode The Drumhead...

This review contains spoilers.

4.21 The Drumhead

Sabotage! On board the Enterprise! D! Cue up the Beastie Boys! (Actually don’t, we’ve all seen Star Trek Beyond and the last thing we need is that being taken literally again.)

But regardless, a Klingon Exchange officer – J’Dan the Exobiologist – stands (well, sits) accused of trying to blow up the Enterprise’s engines and funnelling secrets to the Romulans. In an attempt to establish his innocence he tries to bribe Worf, who gives him the full Space Rodney King treatment in a scene which I can’t decide if I’m supposed to feel uncomfortable with or not.

Luckily, one of Starfleet’s meddling Admirals is around to help investigate this potential espionage onboard the Enterprise. Not only that, Admiral Satie has »

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Ed Catto: The Mission of Star Trek – Mission New York

12 September 2016 5:00 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Fans, creators, actors, historians, licensees, Nasa and even the United States Post Office celebrated Star Trek’s 50th Anniversary last week at Manhattan’s Javits Center during Star Trek: Mission New York. This convention was a triumph of Geek Culture and how one man’s vision inspired so many others to create one of the most successful and enduring entertainment franchises.

Star Trek fandom has always been passionate and vocal. They’ve banded together to keep the Enterprise flying and have been holding conventions since the 70s. This convention, created by Reed Elsevier’s ReedPop division, was held in the same location as their New York Comic Con. That’s become such a behemoth that, by comparison, Star Trek: Mission New York seemed to embrace a more intimate vibe.

There are benefits to a smaller convention. This was so much easier to navigate than New York Comic Con. »

- Ed Catto

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'Star Trek is a hope for a better future': fans on the 50th anniversary

9 September 2016 11:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Guardian readers on the importance of the veteran sci-fi franchise’s optimism and progressive spirit in a troubled world

When we asked our readers to share their Star Trek related photos and memories, we had no idea what would happen.

The stories below are the kind of thing that happened.

In 1992 I was lucky enough to Captain the Enterprise with the help of Blue Screen magic at a Universal Studios Florida attraction. As a 13 year old StarTrek fan with Romulan Warbird models in his room, this was my dream come true. I got to defeat some rouge Klingons and had the whole experience recorded onto video for posterity, in the days before smartphones. I am still awaiting my next assignment on the Enterprise.

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8 September 2016, 22:34

We are the Ussr TyreIron (don't ask), a crew of ladies who crop up at conventions once or twice a year. »

- James Walsh

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Star Trek 50 Trailer Takes Us Beyond The Final Frontier

9 September 2016 2:24 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Unless you avoided social media yesterday – or don’t have a lot of geek friends – you may have missed that yesterday was the 50th Anniversary debut of Star Trek. That’s the original series, the one that featured cardboard sets, kitschy costumes, and the multi-ethnic crew of the Starship Enterprise that has become so engrained in pop culture today.

Created by Gene Roddenberry, Star Trek premiered fifty years ago, but the original series only ran for three seasons and a total of 79 episodes. That in itself is impressive, given how deeply Star Trek has embedded itself in our collective imaginations. The various films featuring the original crew of the Enterprise were of varying quality – the most iconic being The Wrath of Khan – but that and the stalwart dedication of its fans have made Star Trek into a pop culture entity that’s really unrivalled.

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- Lauren Humphries-Brooks

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Revisiting Star Trek Tng: Qpid

8 September 2016 11:46 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

James Hunt Sep 9, 2016

There are crazy Star Trek: Tng episodes, really crazy Star Trek: Tng episodes and then there's Qpid. (The revisiting series is back!)...

This review contains spoilers.

4.20 Qpid

The episode opens around Tagus III, where the Enterprise is preparing to hold an archaeology symposium with Picard as the keynote speaker. Archaeology nerd is one of Picard’s lesser-mined character traits, so it’s always fun to see it come up. All is going fine until Picard returns to his quarters to discover he’s got an unexpected visitor. He’s just about to pick up his phone and fire his Klingon security guard when he realises it’s Vash, his one-time love interest from the episode Captain’s Holiday. Cue much kissing.

But not too much! As the credits end, Picard has stopped serving her some T and started serving her some tea, when who should interrupt but Dr. »

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Star Trek Memories: A Look Back by a 45 Year Trek Fan

8 September 2016 8:58 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

 I was so young the first time I saw classic Star Trek, that I can’t remember a time I didn’t know about Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and the rest of the crew of the Starship Enterprise. The show and I are about the same age and I enjoy it now as much as I did when I discovered it back in the early 1970s. Since this week is the 50th Anniversary of the greatest and most influential American science fiction TV show ever made, here is a look back through the eyes of someone who grew up and grew old with Star Trek.

 I was too young to watch the original run of Star Trek in the 1960s (no TV in the cradle) but when I was in elementary school in the early 70s, the show went into syndication. In New York it was running week nights at »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Rob Young)

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‘Star Trek’ 50th Anniversary Exclusive: Gene Roddenberry’s Letter to ‘Wrath of Khan’ Producer for Project 366

8 September 2016 6:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

What is the secret to the enduring success of “Star Trek”? Any fan can tell you that it’s the creative and humanitarian vision of its creator Gene Roddenberry.

This is no more apparent than in a letter Roddenberry sent to Paramount PicturesHarve Bennett, who was hired to take over the “Star Trek” motion picture franchise after the first film. Bennett, who was taken with the character of Khan from the series’ episode “Space Seed,” proposed a story called “The Genesis Project” that would become the basis for “The Wrath of Khan.”

Read More: ‘Star Trek’: 50 Years of Films and TV, Ranked From Worst to Best

Roddenberry was not pleased with the first draft, since many elements went against all things “Star Trek” holds dear. As part of Project 366, Roddenberry Entertainment is releasing never-before-seen “Star Trek” content from the archives, including this exclusive-to-IndieWire letter from Roddenberry to Bennett »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Star Trek’ 50th Anniversary Exclusive: Gene Roddenberry’s Letter to Early ‘Wrath of Khan’ Screenwriter for Project 366

8 September 2016 6:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

What is the secret to the enduring success of “Star Trek”? Any fan can tell you that it’s the creative and humanitarian vision of its creator Gene Roddenberry.

This is no more apparent than in a letter Roddenberry sent to Paramount PicturesHarve Bennett, who was hired to take over the “Star Trek” motion picture franchise after the first film. Bennett, who was taken with the character of Khan from the series’ episode “Space Seed,” proposed a story called “The Genesis Project” that would become the basis for “The Wrath of Khan.”

Read More: ‘Star Trek’: 50 Years of Films and TV, Ranked From Worst to Best

Roddenberry was not pleased with the first draft, since many elements went against all things “Star Trek” holds dear. As part of Project 366, Roddenberry Entertainment is releasing never-before-seen “Star Trek” content from the archives, including this exclusive-to-IndieWire letter from Roddenberry to Bennett »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Star Trek’ Cast Members Celebrate Show’s 50th Anniversary

8 September 2016 3:07 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Cast members from all five “Star Trek” shows celebrated the franchise’s milestone anniversary on social media Thursday.

Fifty years ago today, the very first episode of the original “Star Trek” series — “The Man Trap” — debuted on TV. The 1996 Variety review predicted the show’s demise, “The opener won’t open up many new frequencies after this sampler.”

How wrong the reviewer was.

Five decades after the debut, the franchise is still going strong, with a sixth show coming in 2017 and a 14th movie planned (following this summer’s “Star Trek Beyond”).

William Shatner (Captain Kirk), Brent Spiner (Commander Data), Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine), Michael Dorn (Lieutenant Worf), and Scott Bakula (Captain Archer) recorded a congratulatory tribute to the show:

Rodd Roddenberry, son of “Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry and frequent “Trek” actress Majel Barrett-Roddenberry, tweeted that his father would be “incredibly touched,” followed by the hashtag celebrating the anniversary, #StarTrek »

- Lawrence Yee

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Share your favorite 'Star Trek' memories to celebrate the 50th anniversary - She Said/She Said

8 September 2016 1:35 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

She Said/She Said is a (sporadically) daily video featuring HitFix Harpy Donna Dickens and HitFix Weekend Editor Jill Pantozzi discussing current events in geek news. ******************* Happy birthday, Star Trek! It’s been 50 years! Half a century! Long enough to make everyone feel old! Also, long enough for several generations to have fond memories of the Final Frontier.  Whether you watched religiously or only absorbed ‘Live long and prosper’ through cultural osmosis doesn’t matter. If you started with Star Trek: The Original Series or Enterprise is inconsequential. If you are a human being alive today, you have knowledge of Gene Roddenberry’s hope for the future of mankind. To celebrate, in the video above HitFix’s Donna Dickens and Jill Pantozzi reminisce about their earliest memories about the franchise. They invite you to do the same! Share your stories in the comments below or on social media with Donna, »

- Donna Dickens

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‘Star Trek’ 50th Anniversary: Where the Actors Are Now

8 September 2016 12:40 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Star Trek” premiered 50 years ago today.

The original series — created by Gene Roddenberry — ran from 1966 to 1969 before finding a second life in syndication and then on the big screen.

Star Trek” brought some of the most memorable characters on TV: the brash Captain Kirk, the logical Commander Spock, and Lieutenant Uhura, one of the first non-menial African American television roles.

Sadly, Leonard Nimoy, who played the half-Vulcan Spock, passed away last year. Other deceased cast members include DeForest Kelley (Dr. Leonard McCoy aka “Bones”) and James Doohan (Montgomery Scott aka “Scotty”). However, the surviving actors still have prolific careers.

William Shatner (Kirk) is currently starring in “Better Late Than Never.” George Takei (Sulu) recently finished a critically acclaimed run on Broadway in “Allegiance,” a play about Japanese internment camps. Both have found new life as internet memes as well. Nichelle Nichols (Uhura) just had a guest role on “The Young and the Restless.”

Star Trek »

- Lawrence Yee

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Happy 50th Anniversary, Star Trek!

8 September 2016 9:06 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Happy 50th Anniversary, Star Trek! Happy 50th Anniversary, Star Trek! Jenny Bullough9/8/2016 11:06:00 Am It was fifty years ago today that Star Trek first debuted on TV. Since that time it’s expanded into multiple TV series and an ongoing movie franchise, which was rebooted by J.J. Abrams with Star Trek followed by Star Trek: Into Darkness and this year’s Star Trek Beyond. It’s safe to say that Gene Roddenberry’s vision has solidified its place in the cultural firmament. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, here are a few of our favorite movie moments from over the years! The needs of the many… In Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Spock sacrificed his life to save the Enterprise and her crew, intoning the famous line, “the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few… or the one,” leaving Kirk grief-stricken. »

- Jenny Bullough

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‘Star Trek’: 50 Years of Films and TV, Ranked From Worst to Best

8 September 2016 8:48 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Beyond the 19 films and TV shows that make up official on-screen “Star Trek” canon, there are quite a few more efforts that could, philosophically, be a part of this list.

There’s the rich legacy of officially licensed novels and comic books that brought the characters to life in print form. There’s the technology invented by production designers that eventually became real-life wizardry. There’s the 1999 film “Galaxy Quest” — technically a parody, but spiritually one of the best “Star Trek” movies ever made.

Read More: ‘Star Trek’ Wants to Regulate Fan Culture, But It’s Not Going to Be Easy

There are the vibrant fan communities that, even during the franchise’s many dormant periods, ensured that “Star Trek” would never actually die. And there are the many real-life scientists and astronauts whose passion for boldly going into the real depths of the unknown were inspired by a show »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Star Trek’: Rod Roddenberry’s 5 Favorite Episodes of All Time

8 September 2016 7:43 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

For the 50th anniversary of the premiere of “Star Trek” on Sept. 8, Rod Roddenberry revealed to IndieWire what he loved as a “Star Trek” fan — not just as the son of series creator Gene Roddenberry

Read More: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Female Lead, Gay Character, Prequel Timeline Confirmed

“People always ask who’s my favorite captain, and I say Picard because if I’m on his ship, I’ll probably survive,” Roddenberry told IndieWire. “I think the first Enterprise would’ve been blown away a long time ago. But [the Prime Directive] was for the most part always there, that they shouldn’t interfere. Although, they always did.”

Roddenberry also weighed in on five of his favorite episodes of “Star Trek.” Check out his picks and clips of each below:

“City on the Edge of Forever”

From “Star Trek: Tos,” Season 1, Episode 28

Premise: Bones somehow goes back in time to the 1930s, where »

- Hanh Nguyen

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