A Prophet and a Pah-Wraith from an ancient Bajoran artifact take over the bodies of Kira and Jake to wage an ancient war.
Star Trek: Voyager’s Robert Picardo will be taking part in Occupants, an independent film currently in the fundraising process.
Deep-pocketed donors to the project can even score a small part in the film and act alongside Picardo.
There will be twenty-seven conventions, shows or appearances in August and September 2014 that will feature actors of interest to Star Trek fans. This listing of conventions and shows features actors from all of the televised series and several of the Star Trek movies.
August begins with the Official Star Trek Convention will take place July 31 – Aug. 3 at the Rio Suites Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. In attendance at this mammoth convention will be: Lee Arenberg (DaiMon Bok), Vaughn Armstrong, Rene Auberjonois, Scott Bakula, Casey Biggs, John Billingsley, Brannon Braga, Avery Brooks, Bobby Clark (Gorn), Jeffrey Combs, Manny Coto, Denise Crosby, Steven Culp (Major J. Hayes), Robin Curtis, James Darren, Daniel Davis (Prof. James Moriarty), Chris Doohan, Doug Drexler, Aron Eisenberg, Terry Farrell, Michael Forest (Apollo), David Gerrold, Max Grodenchik, Jerry Hardin (Samuel Clemens), J.G. Hertzler, Catherine Hicks, Bruce Hyde, Barry Jenner, Dominic Keating, Sally Kellerman, Sean Kenney, Walter Koenig, Cirroc Lofton, BarBara Luna, Don Marshall (Lt. Boma), Arlene Martel, Chase Masterson, Colm Meaney, Eric Menyuk (The Traveler), Lawrence Montaigne, Anthony Montgomery, Ronald D. Moore, Kate Mulgrew, Larry Nemecek, Nichelle Nichols, Natalija Nogulich (Fleet Admiral Alynna Nechayev), Robert O’Reilly, Simon Pegg, Ethan Phillips, Suzie Plakson, Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman), Rod Roddenberry, Tim Russ, Camille Saviola (Kai Opaka), John Schuck (Klingon Ambassador), William Shatner, Mark Allen Shepherd (Morn), Hallie Todd (Lal), Tony Todd, Connor Trinneer, Karl Urban, Nana Visitor, Gwynyth Walsh, Garrett Wang, David Warner, Peter Weller, Grace Lee Whitney, and Celeste Yarnall.
For those who couldn’t make it to the San Diego Comic-Con last week, Star Trek: Axanar‘s short film, Prelude to Axanar, is now available for viewing online.
In Prelude to Axanar, Commander Kharn and Captain Garth of Izar will look back at the final battle between the Federation and the Klingon Empire.
Roddenberry Entertainment and Wikia, the social universe of fandom are teaming up for the Warp 5.0: Fandom’s Two-Year Trek Toward Sci-Fi’s Golden Anniversary project.
The Warp 5.0: Fandom’s Two-Year Trek Toward Sci-Fi’s Golden Anniversary will be part of Trek Initiative, the online Star Trek community portal.
Attention fellow Yinzers: Star Trek‘s George Takei is coming to town to helm a series of concerts starring the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
The shows will be held November 14-16 at Heinz Hall in downtown Pittsburgh.
Star Trek into Darkness‘ Alex Kurtzman is in “final negotiations” to direct The Mummy.
Kurtzman is already one of the producers of the movies along with Chris Morgan and Sean Daniel. Bobby Cohen is The Mummy‘s executive producer.
A Kickstarter project by James and Trude Forscher seeks to fund a documentary “exploring the genesis of Star Trek through the personal insight of its creator.”
The documentary will feature Forscher’s interview with Gene Roddenberry, which was recently found after being missing for almost thirty years, and interviews with surviving cast members.
Star Trek Writer/Producer Ronald D. Moore participated in a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” session and spoke about his time working on Star Trek and on Trek’s future.
Topics included how he got into writing for Trek, Deep Space Nine, Dukat, Q, favorite memories from his time on The Next Generation, and Star Trek: Generations‘ Soran.
If rumors prove to be true, Simon Pegg might be making an appearance in Star Wars: Episode VII.
Pegg was asked directly if he would be taking part in the latest Star Wars movie, but he didn’t say either yes or no.
A new Trek-themed refrigerator will help keep that Vulcan Ale and Klingon Warnog cold.
ThinkGeek is offering the Star Trek Borg Cube Fridge for sale.
A new Kickstarter has been started to fund the return of Free Enterprise, as a TV series.
The new TV series would be based on the cult classic Free Enterprise, which was released in 1999.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Alexander Siddig will be joining the cast of HBO’s Game of Thrones for Season Five.
The announcement that Siddig would be one of nine new actors joining Game of Thrones came Friday at the San Diego Comic-Con.
Sci-Fried, an independent rock band which performs parody and original songs about science-fiction and pop culture, has announced their newest album.
Their fifth album, Season V, will be released August 15.