Worf helps Quark court Grilka, Quark’s former Klingon wife on whom Worf has developed a crush.
Archive for August, 2013
The current run of Motion Pictures comics, created by Josh Edelglass, features Star Trek into Darkness.
Motion Pictures comic is the story of a boy and his robot, who “mysteriously gain the power to jump in and out of movies.”
There will be eighteen conventions, shows or appearances in September and October that will feature actor 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.
September begins with the Salt Lake Comic Con, to be held September 5-7 at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. In attendance at the Salt Lake Comic Con will be William Shatner and Dwight Schultz.
Several clips have been released featuring some of the behind-the-scenes content from the forthcoming Blu-ray release of Star Trek into Darkness.
The clips show how the Enterprise set was designed to make it seem more realistic for the actors, and how the Enterprise’s set was transformed to create the set of the other Federation starship captained by Admiral Marcus.
Bye Bye Robot is now offering six new Star Trek-themed lithographs.
The lithographs are inspired by the first six Star Trek movies, from Star Trek: The Motion Picture to Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
For fans eagerly awaiting the Star Trek into Darkness Blu-ray release, a lack of bonus content might make them unhappy.
It’s not that there is a lack of extras, but that getting all of the extras would require many different purchases of the same product from different retailers.
Two summer blockbuster movies, Star Trek into Darkness and World War Z, will be offered as a double feature beginning this weekend.
The movies will screen together at select AMC and Marcus theaters, Carmike and Regal cinemas and other participating theaters nationwide in RealD 3D and 2D.
Star Trek into Darkness‘ Simon Pegg might have a role in a third X-Files movie.
If the third movie happens, X-Files Creator Chris Carter would be interested in having Pegg in that movie.
Klingon fans will be pleased with the release of a new set of posters from Generation Gallery.
The posters feature Worf and Chang (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country).
While the life of a crewmember hangs in the balance, Sisko struggles to gain control of a Jem’Hadar warship that crashed on a Gamma Quadrant planet.
Where No Man Has Gone Before: The Unauthorized Musical Parody will play for one night only at the Metropolitan Room in Manhattan.
The parody musical, which debuted in Washington, D.C. this summer, features cast members from that run.
George Takei will be receiving an award from the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.
The award is the 2013 National Leadership Award.
Star Trek into Darkness‘ Karl Urban has signed to star in The Wonder, a “teen fantasy adventure film.”
The Wonder is the story of three teenagers who set off to find a rainbow that will take them into another world.
Zoë Saldana and her sister Cisely have signed up with Liongate’s Pantelion Latino studio.
The Saldana sisters via Saldana Productions, will “develop projects for Hispanic audiences,” with Lionsgate bringing in an executive to “oversee the company.”