While Kira and Odo adjust to life on a Cardassian-occupied station, Sisko and crew take a Jem’Hadar ship deep into Cardassian space to destroy the supply of Ketracel-White in the Alpha Quadrant.
Archive for February, 2014
There will be twenty-one conventions, shows or appearances in March and April 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.
March begins with the Cardiff Film & Comic Con, which will take place March 1-2 at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, Wales. Star Trek VI‘s David Warner (Chancellor Gorkon) will be at the Cardiff Film & Comic Con.
Salem, a new show to air April 20, is being executive produced by Star Trek‘s Brannon Braga.
Braga spoke about the show, which is “a unique blend of The Exorcist with a little David Lynch thrown in.”
Lois Jewell, the woman who played Drusilla on the original series Bread and Circuses, shared her memories of working on the episode.
New to Los Angeles, Jewell’s Trek role followed an appearance on The Flying Nun pilot.
Details on Matador, a new show from Star Trek‘s Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, have been revealed.
Matador is set to start production next month and will debut in July.
Anovos Productions LLC has announced another in their Monster Maroon series of Star Trek uniforms, The Admiral Kirk Monster Maroon Uniform.
This release follows the one last month, where a Captain Spock Monster Maroon uniform was unveiled.
Star Trek director Cliff Bole has passed at the age of seventy-six.
Bole directed over forty episodes from three different Star Trek series.
A new 3-D independent sci-fi movie features Star Trek: Voyager‘s Robert Beltran.
TrekToday spoke with Mr. Beltran and Producer/Director Michael Taverna about the movie.
The original series’ Nichelle Nichols will be receiving an award at the Essence 7th Annual Black Women in Hollywood luncheon tomorrow.
The Black Women in Hollywood luncheon “celebrate[s] the top African-American women in the film industry.”
Tomorrow, Star Trek #30 will hit stores, but fans can have a sneak peek at the issue today.
In Star Trek #30, “Captain Jane Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise fight for their lives in this concluding chapter of a two-part story. The Five Year Mission between blockbuster movies continues here, in this all-new mind-bending adventure.”
A new pen features a floating USS Enterprise will surely be of interest to Trek fans.
The Star Trek Floating Enterprise Pen, by Zeon and Underground Toys, is “decorated to look like the nacelle of the Enterprise.”
Star Trek‘s George Takei is not happy with the new controversial anti-gay bill recently passed in Arizona.
The bill, which would need to be signed into law by Governor Jan Brewer to take effect, would permit business owners to deny service to gays on religious grounds.
With war looming, Dax and O’Brien mine the entrance to the wormhole, Sisko and Kira sabotage the station, Worf joins Martok’s fleet, and Rom and Leeta get married.
Fans of Zachary Quinto and horror films have a chance to win a shooting script and DVD of Banshee Chapter autographed by Quinto.
In this contest currently running on Twitter, UK fans who have purchased Banshee Chapter should head to @Banshee Film and tweet a photo of themselves and their copy of the DVD of the film.