Star Trek

‘Spock’ vs. ‘Sherlock’ in new pics from ‘Star Trek’ film set

By Ashley Bergner; Box Office Buzz It’s “Spock” vs. “Sherlock” is these pictures from the film set of J.J. Abrams’ highly anticipated sequel to his 2009 “Star Trek” film. The pictures, which were released on, feature actors Zachary Quinto (Spock) and Zoe Saldana (Uhura), as well as Benedict Cumberbatch,

‘Star Trek’ sequel won’t be converted to 3-D until post-production

By Ashley Bergner, Box Office Buzz J.J. Abrams’ highly anticipated sequel to his 2009 “Star Trek” film will be available in 3-D — but it won’t be converted to 3-D until post-production. Adam B. Vary reported on the Entertainment Weekly website Abrams isn’t necessarily a fan of 3-D and wants to shoot the

Abrams says no Trek alt timeline would’ve been a ‘big mistake’

By Nathalie Caron, Source: J.J. Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek film did two major things right: It rebooted a tired-yet-beloved sci-fi franchise — injecting it with some kick-ass new life and even newer blood — while at the same time keeping almost 45 years of Trek history and lore relatively


If you are reading this site, and I’m pretty sure you are, it is safe to assume that sci-fi and fantasy are among your two favorite genres. Often lumped together, the genres have become blurred into an amalgam of pop culture–but as geeks, we know there is an important distinction

J. J. Abrams’ Star Trek sequel recruits the original RoboCop

By Marc Bernardin, source: The latest actor to join Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Simon Pegg for another adventure on the Starship Enterprise is science-fiction veteran Peter Weller. But who will the once and future Buckaroo Banzai play? Star Trek 2: Totally Not the Wrath of Khan has already

MacFarlane wants to ditch Family Guy and reboot Star Trek for TV

By Matthew Jackson, Source: Family Guy is a blockbuster animated series that made its creator and star Seth MacFarlane a household name, but in a new interview MacFarlane says he feels like the show has run its course. What would he like to do instead? A new Star Trek

Star Trek Park Theme Park in Jordan Will be Fit for a King

by AOL Travel Staff, source Star Trek is getting a theme park. Just don’t look for it in the United States. Jordan’s King Abdullah II is getting into the theme park business in the nerdiest way possible – by investing in a $1.5 billion Star Trek theme park on

12 sci-fi sidekicks who are more interesting than their partners

Sci-fi is filled with dynamic duos and famous teams. The leader usually gets all the glory, while the sidekick’s just along for the ride. But not this time. They’ve played second fiddle long enough! Blastr has found 12 right-hand men (and women) whose journeys, quirks and overall awesomeness make them

Why did Paramount kill new Trek shows from Shatner and Frakes?

We haven’t seen Star Trek on TV since Enterprise ended in 2005, and we had to wait four years until Trek came back into our lives in the form of J.J. Abrams’ successful movie reboot of the venerable sci-fi franchise. But did you know there were a few attempts to

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