More details have emerged about the Blu-ray release of Season 2 of Star Trek: The Next Generation, formerly reported here.
The Blu-ray TNG set will be released on December 4, and includes the highly-anticipated extended cut of The Measure of a Man.
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John de Lancie explained what he liked about his The Next Generation character Q, and what he felt worked best for the character.
De Lancie put his own particular brand on the character beginning in the pilot. “…The only place that [director] Corey [Allen] and I had a difference of opinion … is that Corey wanted Q to be straighter than I thought he should be.”
The ever-busy William Shatner has begun a new project, this one focusing on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
The actor spoke about his new project ahead of his forthcoming appearance at Destination Star Trek London, at which all five television Star Trek captains will be appearing later this month.
For fans waiting for the second season of the Star Trek: The Next Generation on Blu-ray, the set will be out by the end of the year.
The five-disc set of hi-def episodes will hit stores on December 4.
A Star Trek fan is on a mission to restore one of the original sets from Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Rescued from Paramount in late 2011, the fan is in the process of restoring the set and plans to make it open to the public when finished.
Star Trek and PEZ collector’s sets fans will be pleased to know that another PEZ Star Trek set will be released this year.
Fans of the original series have their PEZ set, and now The Next Generation fans will get their own PEZ set with their favorite Star Trek characters.
Fans that purchased the recent release of Season One of Star Trek: The Next Generation found that there were audio issues with their DVDs and CBS Home Video has acknowledged that and has taken corrective action.
The correction comes less than a week after the Blu-ray set was released.
A new Facebook app lets Star Trek: The Next Generation fans put themselves into the action.
The Transporter Photo App permits fans to beam into one of six different scenes from The Next Generation.
Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s LeVar Burton visitied the White House Briefing Room yesterday.
The actor was there to interview Press Secretary Jay Carney for a segment to be used on a Reading Rainbow app.
The Comic Con trailer for Star Trek: The Next Generation on Blu-ray is now available for all fans to see.
The first season of The Next Generation on Blu-ray will be released on Tuesday, and will sell for $78.86 on Amazon.
Mike and Denise Okuda recently answered fan questions regarding the forthcoming Star Trek: The Next Generation Blu-ray release.
The couple covered a wide range of topics, including their Comic-Con panel this week (which took place earlier today), the cinematic screenings of The Next Generation (Where No One Has Gone Before and Datalore), commentaries, extended editions and lost footage, repairing errors, the possibility of Deep Space Nine in HD and the Okuda’s thoughts on just what Star Trek means to them.
Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s LeVar Burton spoke about his time on The Next Generation, revealing that there was one aspect of the character that he wished had been explored more.
Star Trek: The Next Generation is in the process of coming to Blu-ray, and Burton has been able to see the first season episodes. The actor is impressed with the remastering of the series thus far. The picture looks “amazing,” he said. “They have redone all the visual effects, and it’s spectacular.”
Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Whoopi Goldberg is seeking funding in hopes of making a documentary about comedian Moms Mabley.
Moms Mabley (Loretta Mary Aiken) was a comedy pioneer who influenced Goldberg. “Moms Mabley was a pioneer in the comedy world and this documentary will showcase her talent and pay homage to a woman who is still relevant today,” said Goldberg. “Without Moms there certainly would not have been a Whoopi.”
For those waiting for the Blu-ray release of Star Trek: The Next Generation beginning next month, news has emerged that one of the classic episodes from Season Two may be released as an extended cut.
According to a tweet by Melissa Snodgrass, the episode in question has twenty extra minutes than was seen in the original broadcast.
Jonathan Frakes admitted this week that it took a few years before he really got to enjoy his role as Commander Riker on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
“I looked very, very stiff in those early seasons because I was so intent on living up to the vision that [Gene Roddenberry] had, and it was not real fun,” the actor told the Los Angeles Times. Roddenberry had written Riker as a dedicated first officer, for whom duty came above everything.
“I’m a little more silly than that,” Frakes said. Fortunately, he was able to incorporate the lighter sides from his own life into his character after he mentioned to one of the writers his love of jazz. “All of a sudden, Riker was playing the trombone, and they let a little bit of the playfulness in. And it all changed for the better.”