Star Trek

Star Trek The epic Star Trek franchise rebooted in 2009 capitalizing on the cult popularity of the 1960's TV show and movie series. The latest movie explores the early Starfleet careers of future Enterprise officers Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto), Scotty (Simon Pegg), Amanda Grayson (Winona Ryder), Uhura (Zoe Saldana), McCoy (Karl Urban), Sulu (John Cho), and Chekhov (Anton Yelchin). A Romulan, Nero (Eric Bana), and a much older Spock (Leonard Nimoy) are influences, as well as Captain Pike (Bruce Greenwood), the first captain of the USS Enterprise.
With a new Star Trek series on the way, two of's greatest minds came together to boldly go where they have never gone before: to create a collaborative article where they reveal their choices for which actors should appear in the new series! Take a look! - DrDoom
As confirmed on Monday Nov 2nd, CBS is developing a new Star Trek series for debut in roughly January of 2017. So here are a lifelong fan's thoughts on this news. - CEOOfHope
It's been a while, but beloved sci-fi franchise Star Trek is finally heading back to the world of television! Well, sort of... CBS have officially announced that a brand new series is in development, and will be exclusively available via their digital subscription/VOD service CBS All Access... - Minty
Unsurprisingly (given that it's a JJ Abrams production), we still know very little about Idris Elba's villainous role in Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond. However, the talented Brit recently shed a little light on his incoming antagonist, and had plenty of encouraging things to say about his role. - Minty
Fans may be disappointed to learn that they may have to wait a little longer to see Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond. Not too long, mind you, but it's a move that may cause a more than a few concerns about the movie's chances at the box office. Read on for more details... - Minty
The next installment in the Star Trek franchise will be released next year, and in anticipation, a charity campaign (known as Star Trek: To Boldly Go) has been up and running, using the film to raise money for multiple organisations. And now, in a new collection of outtakes from the set of the film, a new alien race for the sci-fi flick has seemingly been revealed! Click the jump to see for yourself! - Gutspinner
While promoting Hitman: Agent 47, actor Zachary Quinto also gave interesting comments about his role as Spock in Star Trek Beyond. Particularly, Quinto spoke about who Spock shares the most screen time with in Quinto's third Star Trek adventure. - MarkJulian
Some very revealing images and a video from the set of Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond have found their way online. They provide a first glimpse of the alien character played by Kingsman actress Sofia Boutella, as well as Kirk and Chekov sporting some new duds. Take a look... - RorMachine
Relative newcomer Lydia Wilson (About Time, Never let Me Go, Ripper Street) has joined the cast of Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond. Will she be a friend to Kirk, Spock and the crew of the Enterprise; or perhaps she'll side with Idris Elba's villainous character instead? - RorMachine
It seems like Justin Lin's recruiting plenty of talented fighters to join the cast of his eagerly anticipated sci-fi sequel, Star Trek Beyond. The Raid star Joe Taslim is the latest actor to be beamed aboard. Read on for more details about his role... - Minty
Simon Pegg is in the unique position of being involved with a pair of franchises that will be celebrating their 50th Anniversaries next year. In this exclusive audio interview he reflects on both Star Trek Beyond and Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. - EdGross
Simon Pegg (Scotty) and Anton Yelchin (Chekov) have released a new video from the set of Justin Lin's new Star Trek movie to continue the Omaze charity contest. In it a brand new, pretty cool looking alien is revealed. Take a look after the jump... - RorMachine
Since Comic Con is now over, the question everyone ask is "Who won Comic Con?". Not only I'm answering this question, but I think my answer is going to surprise you. - AvatarTarSauce
Have you ever wanted to watch Idris Elba breakdancing? Well here's your chance! The cast of Star Trek Beyond have teamed up with Omaze to give one fan the chance to win a walk-on role. for charity. They've put together a clip to explain - featuring an impromptu dance party! - Minty
After being linked to the role for months on end, Idris Elba has finally opened up a little about playing the villain in Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond. Briefly touching on his love for the popular sci-fi franchise, Elba revealed which character he's most looking forward to sharing scenes with. - Minty
30 years after its premiere, it's as good time as any to remember one of best franchises of the last few decades. - danielpiedra
Fast & Furious and True Detective helmer Justin Lin is set to go to a Galaxy Far, Far Away (wait, wrong franchise) with Star Trek 3, and he's now taken to Twitter to reveal both the official title of the movie and the first set photo. Hit the jump to check it out... - JoshWilding
Included in a report outlining big pay raises for the returning cast of Star Trek Beyond is news that only Pine and Quinto have signed on for Star Trek 4. As for those raises, Pine is reportedly set to make $6 million dollars for 'Beyond'. - MarkJulian
Production on the third (well, really the thirteenth) Star Trek movie has commenced in Vancouver, and a couple of cast members have posted some snaps to their social media accounts. See Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana get made up as Spock and Uhura after the jump... - RorMachine
James Wan's isn't the only Fast & Furious director set to take over the reins of another big franchise. Fast Five's Justin Lin recently sat down to talk about how he got the Star Trek 3 director's gig - and how he planned to build on J.J. Abrams' films. Read on for more! - Minty
Simon Pegg continues to chat about next year's Star Trek threequel, and with a Leonard Nimoy cameo very obviously out of the question, could the original James T. Kirk make an appearance? Pegg also clarifies those comments about Paramount making the movie less "Star Trek-y"... - staypuffed
Although successful, it's fair to say J.J. Abrams' Star Trek films never dominated the box office like CBMs have of late. According to the co-writer of the next Trek movie, Paramount has been looking for a shift in tone towards films like Marvel's Avengers flicks. Read on for more! - Minty
Well, more accurately the thirteenth! The new Justin Lin directed Star Trek flick may just have a title, and those that bemoaned the lack of a colon in Star Trek Into Darkness should prepare to voice their disapproval once again. Click on to find out what we'll be calling it for now... - RorMachine
After making quite an impression as blade-legged assassin Gazelle in Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Secret Service, Algerian actress Sofia Boutella will next turn her attention to the Justin Lin-directed Star Trek threequel. More past the jump... - RorMachine
No, this isn't a late April Fool's Day joke! DC Comics and IDW are teaming up for Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War, a six-part series which will feature the comic book version of Hal Jordan teaming up with the big screen crew of the Enterprise. Hit the jump for artwork and details... - JoshWilding