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Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Manny Coto has sold a new supernatural drama to Fox.
The drama was written by Coto and Evan Katz.
George Takei’s documentary To Be Takei will debut on DirecTV on July 3 before being released to theaters.
To Be Takei chronicles Takei’s life; including his childhood in a World War II internment camp, his time on Star Trek, and his human rights work and Internet presence.
A new design from NASA Physicist Harold White shows what a ship designed for faster-than-light travel might look like.
White teamed up with Artist Mark Rademaker to create a model which will look familiar to Star Trek fans.
When Moogie is kidnapped, Quark and a group of Ferengi agree to meet with Dominion representatives on Empok Nor to negotiate.
There will be twenty-three conventions, shows or appearances in May and June 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.
May begins with Minneapolis Comic Con, which will be held May 2-4 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. William Shatner will be at the Minneapolis Comic Con.
There will be eleven conventions, shows or appearances in November and December 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.
November begins with the Central Canada Comic Con, which takes place from Nov. 1-3 at the Winnipeg Convention Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. In attendance will be Avery Brooks, Lee Arenberg, Walter Koenig, Chris Sarandon, and Robert Duncan McNeill.
The year is almost over, and for Star Trek fans, that means getting a new Star Trek calendar.
The Star Trek Ships of the Line 2014 calendar will debut soon, and fans can see the front and back covers of it now.
Set photos have emerged from Into The Woods, in which Star Trek into Darkness‘ Chris Pine takes on the role of Cinderella’s Prince Charming.
Into the Woods is a “modern twist on the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales, intertwining the plots of a few choice stories and exploring the consequences of the characters’ wishes and quests.”
Four new art prints featuring the original series-themed art of Juan Ortiz will debut this month.
This month’s posters are based on the following episodes: The Gamesters of Triskelion, The Enterprise Incident, Court Martial, and That Which Survives.
Shore Leave will be celebrating thirty-five years of existence this August, and the fan run convention is still going strong, with Shore Leave 35‘s Trek guests to be William Shatner and Brent Spiner.
Dating back to the 1970s, the convention name was taken from an original series name and was only expected to be a “one-time Star Trek gathering.”
A new generation of children will be introduced to LeVar Burton‘s Reading Rainbow courtesy of the Reading Rainbow iPad app.
Launched by Burton and business partner Mark Wolfe, the Reading Rainbow app is a free download with limited free access and two subscription options.
After a long career playing many outlandish characters, Brent Spiner can currently be seen in the comic webseries Fresh Hell, in which he plays someone who should be very familiar to him — himself. But he hinted this week that the role may actually be one of the more challenging he’s ever played.
“I’ve played myself before this — and I’ve played myself since, for that matter — and playing yourself one of the most difficult characters you can play, ’cause God knows most of us don’t know who that is,” Spiner jokingly told the AV Club. “The one on Fresh Hell is a little easier, because we make it up. It’s a strange kind of hybrid of the real me and… Well, obviously it’s me standing there, and it’s my voice and my face, but it’s also kind of filtered through Harry Hannigan’s take on the character, the one he’s writing. The character of Brent Spiner. We certainly collaborate on the concept of that, but he basically writes the script, then it’s sort of a combination of his voice and my voice.”
At the San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, Trek XII writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman revealed they’re currently expecting the film to start shooting early next year.