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'New Voyages' Sets Will Open To Public

15 July 2016 11:42 AM, PDT | AirlockAlpha.com | See recent Airlock Alpha news »

There's a good chance that no more new episodes of the fan-film "Star Trek: New Voyages" will be produced. But that doesn't mean the meticulously constructed re-creation of the original "Star Trek" sets will sit in the dark.James Cawley, the producer behind "New Voyages," is now opening those sets to the public in Ticonderoga, New York. The project, which has been licensed by CBS Consumer Products, will begin July 30 and include guided tours and photo opportunities."To me, there is no other franchise around that is more enjoyable and more socially relevant than Star Trek," Cawley said, in a release. "I'm very thankful for all the support I've received on this project, and can't wait to begin welcoming my fellow fans this summer.""New Voyages" was not the first Trek fan-film to be distributed »

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Trek Writer, Fan-Film At Odds Over Takei Episode

8 July 2016 7:19 PM, PDT | AirlockAlpha.com | See recent Airlock Alpha news »

Marc Scott Zicree might not be the first name you think of when it comes to Star Trek. But he has made his mark in a couple of ways, including the story for the popular "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" episode that pulled everyone out of their makeup, "Far Beyond the Stars."His writing since then has been a mix of "Sliders" episodes, some animated series work, and the 2007 "Star Trek: New Voyages" episode "World Enough and Time."This was an episode that more or less helped put fan-films on the map, and featured a guest appearance by George Takei, who has been in the news this week after "Star Trek: Beyond" revealed the Sulu character he originated would come out as gay.Zicree has made no secret of his dislike for the recent fan-film guidelines issued by CBS Corp. and Paramount Pictures, and has »

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George Takei: It's 'unfortunate' Sulu's gay in 'Star Trek', Simon Pegg disagrees

8 July 2016 11:22 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

For many Star Trek fans, it was major news when John Cho announced that his character, Hikaru Sulu, will be revealed as gay in Star Trek Beyond. But the original Sulu, George Takei, was not pleased to hear the news, this despite the fact that he’s gay and an advocate of Lgbt rights. "Unfortunately, it’s a twisting of Gene’s [Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry] creation, to which he put in so much thought. I think it’s really unfortunate,” Takei told THR.com. While Takei did say that he’s “delighted” to have a gay character in the movie, he might just have a point that, of all the characters on the Enterprise, it shouldn’t have been Sulu. While Sulu never had a romantic relationship during the show’s three-year run, he did father a child, Demora. She appeared in the 1994 movie Star Trek: Generations (played by Jacqueline Kim) and also »

- David Eckstein

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Back This! Special – ‘Blade of Honor’

28 May 2016 7:25 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

TV icons Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica), Tim Russ (Star Trek : Voyager) and James Kyson (Heroes) embark on a virtuoso homecoming to sci-fi TV with Blade of Honor. Yes, the creative forces behind such science-fiction classics as Battlestar Galactica, Heroes, Star Trek:Voyager, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: New Voyages, Star Trek: Renegades, and Star Trek: The Next Generation team to bring to the screen nd all-new sci-fi adventure

From writer-producer Mark Edward Lewis, Blade of Honor fixes on Arina Kartades (Haislip), a religious, headstrong, crack Alliance Navy Star Blade pilot in a war where the human Alliance is losing against the animal race, the Calinar. When Kartades discovers that her Statemandated religious upbringing was a lie, she embarks upon a forced quest to discover the true reasons behind the war. As her discoveries push her deeper into harm’s way, she must go against everything she »

- Phil Wheat

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Justin Lin and the Battle for Axanar

26 May 2016 11:40 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Tony Black on the legal dispute over Star Trek: Axanar

Fan films have existed in the Star Trek universe almost as long as the licensed ones. Just look at Star Trek: New Voyages which frequently includes major stars from Voyager or as far back as The Original Series, frequently playing the roles they are beloved for by millions in projects that aren’t canon, aren’t licensed and aren’t making real money. These people do it for the love of Trek, hence why it was disappointing to hear Paramount Pictures & CBS–now joint owners of the franchise–were going after the team behind fan-made film Axanar for war last year, citing “direct, contributory and vicarious copyright infringement”, treating them like they were all devils with Photoshop. Colour me surprised therefore to hear J.J. Abrams, at the Star Trek fan event last weekend where the Star Trek Beyond trailer dropped, »

- Tony Black

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Trek Author Chronicles His Days With Axanar

4 May 2016 10:03 PM, PDT | AirlockAlpha.com | See recent Airlock Alpha news »

Fans of the Star Trek novels would certainly recognize the name Dave Galanter. Yet, the author considers himself more of an occasional novelist rather than a career one.His library includes a few books he co-wrote with Greg Brodeur, like the 1994 "Star Trek: The Next Generation" novel "Foreign Foes," and the 2001 two-parter "Dead Zone" and "Forever Dark" in the Maximum Warp series. He even penned a "Star Trek: New Voyages" episode, "Enemy: Starfleet," that was released in 2011. In fact, Galanter considers "New Voyages" co-creator James Cawley a friend.Despite spending his days in the world of technology outside of writing, Galanter loves Star Trek, and loves pitching in wherever someone asks. So when Cawley put Galanter and Alec Peters together soon after "Enemy: Starfleet" was produced, Galanter »

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