Section 31 sends Bashir to spy on a Tal’Shiar leader and determine whether a degenerative condition could be used as a cover for his murder.
2018′s Aquaman might have a familiar nuTrek actor on the project.
The word is that Warner Brothers would like to have Karl Urban in Aquaman.
In addition to taking on the role of Scotty in Star Trek 3, Simon Pegg will also have a hand in shaping the script for the sequel.
Pegg will be co-writing along with Doug Jung, creator of TNT’s Dark Blue series.
A new NASA giant-screen documentary on the future of human space travel was narrated by Sir Patrick Stewart.
The documentary is called Journey to Space.
The start date for filming Star Trek 3 has been announced.
Star Trek 3 will begin shooting in the spring.
The Star Trek comics due out from IDW Publishing for April 2015 have been announced.
Two titles will be released in April; Star Trek #44 – Five Year Mission, and Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #5.
The second issue of the Star Trek/Planet of the Apes comic series arrives in stores tomorrow, but fans can have a sneak peek today.
Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #2 is written by Scott and David Tipton, with art and a cover by Rachael Stott.
In a new podcast at The Captains’ Table, Simon & Shuster Star Trek books editor Margaret Clark tells fans what to expect from this year’s Trek books.
For fans of Deep Space Nine books, it will be a good year.
The spring lineup of the public radio variety show Wits has been announced and it will include Star Trek‘s George Takei.
“Wits is a live public radio show that brings world-class comedians, actors and musicians to the stage where host John Moe gives them and the audience the time of their lives. Wits mixes improv, sketch comedy, conversation, music and genuine beauty in a program.”
When a programming glitch puts mobsters in charge of Vic’s holographic casino, crewmembers enact a scenario to save him.
William Shatner will be the narrator of the US version of the UK space series The Clangers.
Shatner will begin his work as narrator in June 2015.
Sir Patrick Stewart was featured in a skit on Jimmy Kimmel Live earlier this week.
In the skit, the actor portrayed the “most annoying people on the plane.”
Last night, Sir Patrick Stewart appeared on Conan.
Some of the topics covered included Stewart receiving his knighthood, debunking a pizza eating rumor, and obscene gestures in America vs. in the UK.
Colm Meaney has been cast in a SyFy miniseries based on an Arthur C. Clarke novel.
Childhood’s End will be a six-hour miniseries.