This year marks the 50th anniversary of Star Trek and the latest film, Star Trek Beyond, is well aware. Its mission? Give fans a film with the spirit of the original series, but also figure out what it actually means to Trek through the Stars. The stardate is August 7, 2015, and we’re witnessing day 30 of 77 on the…
The next trailer for Star Trek Beyond is still a few weeks away, but several new photos from the July release have just hit the web and it looks like everyone is really, really scared. (Well, everyone except director Justin Lin.)
Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot has released the first official picture from the upcoming flick, announcing that filming is now underway.
The 50th anniversary of Star Trek will be celebrated next year with the release of Star Trek Beyond, the third film in the new timeline, which is currently filming. Very little is known about the movie right now and a set video has leaked that raises even more questions.
Several months ago, our first look at the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens was a charity video by Omaze. Now, the same can be said about the third new Star Trek film, Star Trek Beyond.
Star Trek 3, likely to be called Star Trek Beyond, starts production this week aimed at its July 8, 2016 release date. But before that film is even a few days old, Paramount is already setting the table for part four.
The film adaptation of Robert C. O’Brien’s novel Z for Zachariah debuted at Sundance earlier this year, and now we get a peek at the post-apocalyptic drama. Margot Robbie and Chiwetel Ejiofor play survivors of a nuclear disaster living a quiet post-apocalyptic life, at least until Chris Pine shows up to compete for…
When rumors surfaced earlier this week that Star Trek actor Chris Pine could be donning the Green Lantern's ring in an upcoming movie, artist BossLogic decided to see what the actor would look like with the green mask. With a little photo manipulation, BossLogic created this mock movie poster.
It's not that revealing, is it? But it is the first shot of the adaptation of Robert C. O'Brien's Z for Zachariah. It shows stars Chris Pine, Margot Robbie, and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Chris Pine has been working on his passion project Vampire Lawyer secretly for many years. And here's the first footage of Vampire Lawyer, the series. But his best work is truly found in the behind-the-scenes clips in the credits.
Johnny Depp has been officially cast in Disney's big-screen adaptation of Into the Woods as the Big Bad Wolf. That means he's going to be singing sexually charged songs opposite...a ten-year-old girl.
How is Captain Kirk handling the stress of commanding the Enterprise? The very first clip from Star Trek Into Darkness tests the young Captain's greatest weakness. Oh and Karl Urban is still awesome as Bones.
Tonight at CinemaCon, we saw 18 minutes from Star Trek Into Darkness, including an intense moment between Captain Kirk and his antagonist, played by Benedict Cumberbatch. Just how many sparks fly between the two? Spoilers ahead...
Today is Valentine's Day, a holiday which commemorates the armistice between global cacao manufacturers and the prophylactic industry after their centuries-long shadow war. To capitalize on this day of demure remembrance, the popcorn-industrial complex has released This Means War, a new motion picture event by…
Today is the 45th anniversary of the greatest space opera TV show of all time, and Space.com is celebrating with a cool infographic showing key moments in the first 45 years of Starfleet — as well as space travel in general.
Check out this trailer for the documentary The Captains in which William Shatner interviews all the fine actors who sat in the Star Trek captain's chair, from Patrick Stewart to Chris Pine. Hell, even Scott Bakula gets a mercy interview.
The performances in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek reboot were smooth and flawless — on screen, at least. Here are all the goofs, giggles, beat-boxing incidents, and captain's chair crashing pratfalls that didn't make it. [via Pamela Hopkins]