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No matter your feelings on nu- Trek , this is very cool for a limited time, Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness will have a limited re-release in which the scores for both films will be played live by an accompanying orchestra. Unfortunately, the
In science fiction, there was always something I worried about...It turns out, someone worried about that before me, and came up with Swampman. Don't get me wrong, I love the future, but ever since I started watching Star Trek there was something
Science and science fiction is no longer the province of geeks and overachievers. The future has arrived, and Smithsonian Magazine is bringing it to Washington this spring. Named after a quote by the famous sci-fi author William Gibson, "The Future
The ship, which will be the most technologically-advanced destroyer in the Navy when it becomes operational, is commanded by a real-life Capt...Kirk played by William Shatner in "Star Trek," many have had fun with that coincidence. That included
When John Cho was a kid, he remembers how the world of TV was one slice of white bread after the next...There's an Asian on TV!' Things have changed since then, but the co-star of the Harold and Kumar franchise, as well as the rebirthed Sulu on Star
Fans of "Star Trek" will soon be able to follow the adventures of the crew of the USS Enterprise in their favorite films as the popular franchise goes where it has never gone before, with screenings accompanied by a symphony orchestra...Abrams' 2009
In fact, hate-watching may be the most compulsive reason for endless rewatches. Sometimes you don't fully appreciate a film's awfulness until the sixth (or 30th viewing). Which science fiction or fantasy film do you hate, but rewatch over and over?
The Star Trek actress may be the newest face of L'Oreal Paris , but she proved that she also looks gorgeous even when she's all natural in her latest Twitter selfie. In the close-up shot , the beauty wears her dark hair down and stares into the
Okay, I realize that this topic might sound a tad flaky, but stick with me--I'm dead serious. I'm convinced that the meetings that take place inside Star Trek episodes and movies are superlative models of how you should run meetings at the office.
The Wrath of Khan such a compelling film is its incredible design and clever visuals and these VFX storyboards, taken from the film's Blu-ray release, show the genesis (no pun intended) of some of the most arresting shots.