When visiting Commander Bem of Pandro is imprisoned by aliens, Kirk is threatened by a local god during a rescue attempt.
Archive for August, 2011
Rod Roddenberry‘s Roddenberry Entertainment will join Social Animal to produce a “first-of-it’s-kind 360°” film project called White Room: 02B3.
According to a press release, “White Room: 02B3 will transport the audience into 360 degrees of intensity as six strangers find themselves unwillfully participating in an experiment that could change the face of humanity. Roddenberry Entertainment’s Tory Mell penned the project upon executives recognizing the opportunity that the unique 360° video camera provides. The system consists of nine 2K cameras shooting off mirrors to capture a high quality panoramic video with no gaps or distortion.”
Anthony Montgomery, best-known to Star Trek: Enterprise fans as Travis Mayweather; acts, sings and has written a graphic novel.
Star Trek: Enterprise was not only regular work for Montgomery, but it made him more visible in Hollywood. “It was a great time! That was obviously my real big break,” he said. “Because of the legacy that the Star Trek franchise has, it changed everything for me; it completely changed the game for me.”
For Star Trek comic fans, November will include two new Star Trek comics, plus a one-hundred page omnibus.
The two new comics from IDW Publishing for November include a story from the crew of the Enterprise from Star Trek XI, and an IDW/DC Comics original series/Legion of Super-Heroes crossover story.
Jimmy Kimmel Live airs on ABC at midnight.
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Even though Anton Yelchin is looking forward to Star Trek 2, other projects are keeping him busy.
Yelchin’s latest film is a remake of Fright Night, due out this Friday. In Fright Night, Yelchin portrays Charley Brewster, a young man who suspects his new neighbor of being a vampire.
Fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation with time on their hands on the eve of the Labor Day weekend can watch hours of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Syfy will host a “non-stop Labor Day weekend programming extravaganza,” which begins on Friday with a The Next Generation marathon and ends with an “all-day festival of werewolf and vampire movies.”
A Star Trek fan proposed to his girlfriend last week, and a certain Star Trek: The Next Generation actor chimed in at the end with his response to the proposal.
Zach Muhn and his girlfriend Tabitha were at the Wizard World Chicago Comic Con last week when Muhn decided to pop the question. He dropped down onto his knees and proposed to her, beginning with “I love you so much,” and finishing with “Will you marry me?”
For Star Trek fans visiting Kennedy Space Center this summer, there is plenty to see and do.
Three Star Trek-related attractions are being held at Kennedy Space Center this summer, including Star Trek: The Exhibition, Star Trek Live and the Star Trek Shuttlecraft Simulator Adventure.
Spock contracts an illness that is fatal to Vulcans, but the treatment is stolen by pirates looking for dilithium.
Scott Bakula, Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Captain Archer, will be appearing in Saul Rubinek‘s Terrible Advice, a play due to open next month.
In Terrible Advice, Stanley and Jake (Bakula) are best friends, as are Hedda and Delila. Jake loves Hedda and Stanley loves Delila and plans to marry her until Jake shares secrets and gives Jake some advice.
Terrible Advice will run from September 22 through November 12 at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London. The official opening night is set for September 29. Ticket information can be found here.
Fans who missed out on the original release of the Alien Voices audio dramas from Leonard Nimoy and John de Lancie can now order these dramas as digital downloads.
Other Star Trek actors from four of the five televised series can also be heard on the audio dramas.
A new promotional video for William Shatner‘s Seeking Major Tom album is available on YouTube.
The two-part video, just over twenty minutes long, features Shatner discussing the album with producer Adam Hamilton, and offers sample tracks of some of the music.
In National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility (NTSF:SD:SUV), Kate Mulgrew is portraying another “tough-as-nails” leader, moreover one wearing an eye patch and who has a “predilection for sex.”
Mulgrew explained what attracted her to the role of Kove, boss of an anti-terrorism task force and why she took on the part “Madness,” she said. “Sheer madness! I lost my mind and found myself with a bunch of other people who lost their minds together! [Series creator] Paul Scheer was astute enough to sense that at this point in my life, I needed a departure and I needed to laugh. So he called me up and he said, ‘Will you play the head of this strike force?’ And I said, ‘Sure!'”