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The three astronauts were offered a sneak peak of "Star Trek Into Darkness" days before it opens Thursday on Earth, seeing it not in 3-D, but Zero-G. Kelly Humphries said the movie was beamed up to the outpost Monday and the two Russians and American
The warp drives on the USS Enterprise are, as usual, on the verge of meltdown in "Star Trek Into Darkness." Luckily, the entertainment propulsion system for the sci-fi saga is roaring full throttle...Abrams proved with 2009's "Star Trek" that it is
The Weird Fan Art Adventures of the Starship Enterprise When NBC canceled Star Trek in 1969, many fans feared the starship Enterprise 's five-year mission had ended prematurely. But thanks to the books, movies, comics, and all the other official tie-
Abrams' second Star Trek movie comes out next May, but we still know remarkably little about it. We haven't seen any footage yet although we'll be seeing a ton , in just a couple weeks. And we still don't know what villain Benedict Cumberbatch is
The Olympic flame is boldly going to Wimbledon. Actor Patrick Stewart, best known as Captain Jean-Luc Picard in "Star Trek: The Next Generation," is set to take a turn on the torch relay Monday. The star-studded journey also will
In part two of the station's five part, week-long look at the 2012 E3 video game convention, NY1's Technology reporter Adam Balkin shows us some of the latest TV and movie titles making their way to a video game console near you. It's an almost
Boldness comes from the heart and desire is a thing of the mind. Some of us have the will to achieve but do not have the boldness to accomplish that goal. It takes will, desire and determination to get to the crossing point where your dreams are
The Gen1 Enterprise will be the same size as future Enterprises or larger. It will have 1g gravity like the future ships and ample comfortable living space. It will have a bridge with 1g gravity where the captain and key crew members will often work.
Star Trek" is beaming over to London in October and boldly going where no trekkie event has gone before by bringing together all five TV captains on stage for the first time. Organizers for "Destination Star Trek London" said on Monday that their fan
William Shatner is boldly going back to where he once appeared — Broadway. The actor, singer and writer best known as James T. Kirk on "Star Trek" will star in a one-man show called "Shatner's World: We Just Live in It."