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Spock’s Famous Gesture Imagined Like Never Before in this Star Trek Time-Lapse

August 2021 is a big month for Star Trek fans. Yes, your favorite Paramount+ shows are slowly beginning to trickle back onto the service (Lower Decks returns Augsut 12), but beyond that it’s the 100th anniversary of something even more special: the birth of Gene Roddenberry. Star Trek’s creator was born on August 19,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Star Trek, Spock, Leonard Nimoy, Gene Roddenberry, Kirk, Vulcan, Uhura, Human Interest, Star Trek The Original Series, Gene Roddenberry Star Trek, Imax Films, Creative Works, English Language Films, Trekkie

Vanessa Armstrong’s Favorite Movies of All Time

Hello /Film readers, hello! My name is Vanessa Armstrong and I like movies. That’s a good thing, I suppose, since I’m now a regular contributor to /Film. When I was given the opportunity to write about my Top 15 favorite movies I thought it’d be easy. Turns out, it wasn’t! Here’s what I finally came up with. Keep in mind these aren’t what I think are the best movies ever made — they’re my favorites, and sometimes things that are your favorites defy all reason. Take a gander below to see what mo...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Movies, California, America, Star Trek, Features, Bill Murray, Harrison Ford, Johnson, Rachel Weisz, Tim Allen, Indiana Jones, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Steven Spielberg, Ted Chiang, Nicolas Cage

Star Trek: Voyager Book Spotlights Impressive Ship Designs

When the upcoming Star Trek: Voyager book The Delta Quadrant: Ledosian to Zahl releases next month, it will bring with it some brand new ships to be found in the world of Star Trek.   RELATED: WandaVision’s Matt Shakman to Direct the Next Star Trek Film The Delta Quadrant: Ledosian to Zahl is the sixth entry in Hero Collector’s popular series of Star Trek Shipyards books, and is the second of two companion volumes featuring ships from Star Trek: Voyager, following The Borg and The Delta Quadran...
Tags: Extras, TV, Star Trek, Star Trek: Voyager, TV News

Danielle Ryan’s Favorite Movies of All Time

Well hello there, /Film readers. It is I, Danielle Ryan. I’ve written as a freelancer for /Film for a while, but made the move to staff in the past few weeks. To introduce myself to you, the fine folks here have asked me to share my top 15 favorite movies. Movies have helped shape and define me, so narrowing down my top 15 felt almost impossible. Movies have been my education, my companions, and my place of refuge. When nothing else in the world made sense, I always knew my favorite films could...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Cary Grant, Los Angeles, Star Trek, Features, Chicago, Carrie Fisher, David, Ford, Robert Pattinson, Uma Thurman, Blues, Vh1, Takashi Miike, Harrison Ford

Paramount+’s Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 2 Trailer Released

During the virtual Star Trek Universe panel at [email protected], the official trailer for Paramount+’s adult animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 2 debuted. The new season is set to premiere on August 12 on the streamer. RELATED: Star Trek: Prodigy Teaser For Nickelodeon & Paramount+’s Animated Series Season 2 will pick up with Ensign Boimler (Jack Quaid) aboard the “U.S.S. Titan,” as captained by William Riker (Jonathan Frakes), while his old compatriots — Ensigns Mariner (Tawny Newsome)...
Tags: Video, Comedy, TV, Movies, Sci-fi, Star Trek, Action, TV News, Streaming, Cbs, Paramount, Comic-Con, Starfleet, Newsome, Tendi, Eugene Cordero

‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Trailer: An Animated ‘Trek’ for the Next Generation of Fans

Set phasers to stun, because this one’s for the kiddos. Paramount+ debuted the official teaser trailer for Star Trek: Prodigy, the first Trek series for younger audiences. The series will follow a crew of teenage alien misfits who discover a Starfleet ship and commandeer it for their own use. They have no idea what Starfleet is, but over the course of their adventures, they will learn just as much as any Academy grad. A Ragtag Crew of Outcasts In their [email protected] virtual panel, Para...
Tags: TV, New York, Movies, News, Star Trek, Trailers, Paramount, Kevin, Kate Mulgrew, Prodigy, Picard, CBS Studios, Starfleet, Janeway, Mulgrew, Dan Hageman

Star Trek: Prodigy's First Trailer Goes Where No Kid Has Gone Before

We’ve had glimpses and teases over the past year or so of what Prodigy wants to bring to the Star Trek franchise, but now, we’ve finally got a glimpse of it in motion: teasing the future of Star Trek can be found in some bright young things... with a little help from a familiar face.Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Kate Mulgrew, Prodigy, Television Shows, Dee Bradley Baker, Ella Purnell, Jason Mantzoukas, Kathryn Janeway, Nicktoons, Television Series, Brett Gray, Angus Imrie, Star Trek Prodigy, Creative Works, Entertainment Culture

Star Trek: Lower Decks' SDCC 2021 Trailer Sets Phasers to Fun

Star Trek: Lower Decks was one of our surprise favorites last year, and it’s back and looking better than ever for round two. And that means more jokes, more delectably silly references to Trek’s past, and more earnest Starfleet vibes than you can wave an accidentally-set-to-disintegrate phaser at.Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Tom, Rutherford, Borg, Starfleet, Riker, Human Interest, Q, Tendi, Television Series, William Riker, Star Trek Lower Decks, Cerrito, Robert Duncan McNeill, Will Riker

Star Trek: Prodigy Teaser For Nickelodeon & Paramount+’s Animated Series

During the virtual Star Trek Universe panel at [email protected], the teaser trailer for Nickelodeon and Paramount+’s animated series Star Trek: Prodigy was released. The series will debut on Paramount+ this fall. RELATED: WandaVision’s Matt Shakman to Direct the Next Star Trek Film Star Trek: Prodigy follows six young aliens — Dal (Brett Gray), Gwyn (Ella Purnell), Rok-Tahk (Rylee Alazraqui), Murf (Dee Bradley Baker), Zero (Angus Imrie), and Jankom Pog (Jason Mantzoukas) — who commandeer an abando...
Tags: Family, Video, TV, Movies, Sci-fi, Star Trek, Action, TV News, Streaming, Paramount, Comic-Con, Nickelodeon, Kate Mulgrew, Mulgrew, Matt Shakman, Kathryn Janeway

‘Star Trek’ Animated Series ‘Prodigy’ and ‘Lower Decks’ Debut Trailers at Comic-Con

Charting a brand new frontier for the “Star Trek” franchise, the cast and creators of Paramount Plus’ “Star Trek: Prodigy” debuted the teaser trailer for the animated kids’ series on Friday during the virtual [email protected] panel for the “Trek” TV universe. The trailer establishes that executive producers Kevin and Dan Hageman and director/co-executive producer Ben […]
Tags: News, Star Trek, Comic-Con, Ben, Kevin, Dan Hageman, Paramount Plus, Star Trek: Prodigy

Interview: Aliens: Fireteam Elite Dev Explains Picking Aliens-Inspired Direction Over Alien

Aliens: Fireteam Elite appears like a bit of a generic co-op shooter, but it isn’t without its merits. Cold Iron Studios is behind the game, which is a big license for a team’s first title. Granted, the developer is made of veteran talent that has worked on such franchises like Star Trek, Dungeon and Dragons, and Marvel, but that last one never got off the ground. Senior Gaming Editor Michael Leri spoke to Cold Iron Studios CEO Craig Zinkievich about the game, how he approached adapting multiple...
Tags: Games, Movies, Interviews, Horror, Star Trek, Fox, Cameron, Aliens, Ridley Scott, Jean Pierre Jeunet, James -RSB- Cameron, Cold Iron Studios, Smartgun, Michael Leri, Aliens: Fireteam Elite, Fireteam Elite

From Star Trek to Apollo 11, Jeff Bezos brought his sci-fi obsessions to space

Jeff Bezos — the world’s richest man — got to fulfill his dream of becoming a “space cowboy” Tuesday with his record-setting suborbital jaunt.
Tags: Star Trek, Jeff Bezos

Cool Stuff: NECA Releasing Demona and Thailog as Part of Their ‘Gargoyles’ Line

After teasing her arrival in the Goliath figure announcement video three weeks ago, NECA finally dropped the details on the next figure in the Gargoyles line. Whether you love her or hate her, the villainous Demona is coming to action figure shelves in fully articulated glory. She will be joined by her sometimes-mate, the Goliath clone Thailog. NECA unveiled the new figures in a virtual [email protected] panel on Monday. Two More Gargoyles to Guard Your Shelves NECA showed off the details ...
Tags: Cool Stuff, TV

Star Trek's Alex Kurtzman on Why We Haven't Heard About the Section 31 Show for a While

A Section 31 Star Trek show with Michelle Yeoh’s breakout Discovery character Emperor Philipa Georgiou has been rumbling about as a project almost since the earliest days of ViacomCBS’s heady plans for more Star Trek on screen than ever before. But as that plan unfolded, Section 31 somewhat appropriately slunk into…Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Netflix, Michelle Yeoh, Picard, Alex Kurtzman, Heather Kadin, Science Fantasy, Shang Chi, Television Series, Showrunners, Section 31, Michelle Paradise, ViacomCBS, Olatunde Osunsanmi, Imax Films

‘Mission: Impossible III’ Brought Tom Cruise Into the Chaotic World of J.J. Abrams

(Welcome to Man on a Mission, a monthly series where we revisit the films of the Mission: Impossible franchise as we sprint toward the release of the seventh film.) Tom Cruise needed to change the subject. One of the biggest movie stars in the world, he had recently become vastly more well-known less for his films than for his public statements on psychology and Scientology, the latter of which has counted him as one of its most devoted and famous followers for decades. Cruise’s public life had...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Star Trek, Features, Brooke Shields, Cruise, Mtv, Nicole Kidman, Sydney, James Bond, Katie Holmes, Dreamworks Animation, Oprah Winfrey, Tom Cruise, Spielberg, David Fincher

Jeff Bezos is about to take an 11-minute flight to the edge of space. Here's how his childhood obsession with the cosmos led to Blue Origin's unprecedented spaceflight.

REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne Jeff Bezos will be aboard Blue Origin's first human spaceflight on July 20. The Amazon and Blue Origin founder has been a space enthusiast since childhood. In 2013, he traveled out to sea for three weeks to retrieve pieces of the Apollo 11 spacecraft. See more stories on Insider's business page. On July 20, Jeff Bezos will be among the first human passengers to fly aboard New Shepard, a spacecraft built by his space exploration company, Blue Origin. While...
Tags: Amazon, Washington Post, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Star Trek, Jeff Bezos, Alexa, Axel Springer, Blue Origin, Star Trek Beyond, Bezos, Miami Herald, Kent Washington, South Texas, Stone

Star Trek’s Sonequa Martin-Green Is More Than Happy to See the Franchise Spread Its Wings

When Star Trek Discovery blasted onto CBS All Access (now called Paramount+) in 2017, it was the maiden voyage of a whole new frontier. Star Trek had been away from TV for a while, living primarily on the big screen with a whole new cast and attitude. But Discovery aimed to bring Trek back to its roots and, in the…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Amc, Star Trek, Cbs, Space Opera, Paramount, Burnham, Picard, Martin Green, Television Shows, Saru, Sonequa Martin, Science Fantasy, Doug Jones, Sonequa Martin Green

WandaVision’s Matt Shakman to Direct the Next Star Trek Film

After directing Marvel and Disney+’s hit series WandaVision, which received 23 Emmy nominations on Tuesday, Deadline brings word that Matt Shakman will direct the next Star Trek film for Paramount Pictures and J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot. RELATED: Paramount Releasing First Four Star Trek Films in 4K Shakman will be directing from a script written by Lindsey Beer (Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, Pet Sematary, The Kingkiller Chronicle) and Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Tomb Raider, Captain Marvel, Silver Sable),...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Star Trek, Action, Philadelphia, Hulu, Paramount Pictures, J J Abrams, Matt Shakman, Movie News, Bad Robot, Kingkiller Chronicle, Shakman, Lindsey Beer Sierra Burgess, WandaVision Shakman

The Strategies Behind Sacred Brands

The things we buy from appliances to accessories are full of meanings. Some of these meanings are more obvious than others, but often if you dig deep enough you can gather a lot of insights from what seem to be very mundane purchases. A person who splurges on a juicer or an exercise bike may be making a statement about health as a priority (whether he actually uses the device is another story), while the prominent display of a pricey Sub Zero refrigerator or a Viking gas range may say more ab...
Tags: New York City, Nike, Ajax, Star Trek, Washington Dc, Amsterdam, Elvis Presley, Michael Solomon, Vegas, Branding, Kirk, Yankee Stadium, Smithsonian Institution, Archie Bunker, Rimowa, Brand Strategy

Paramount Plus features a huge catalog of series and movies, including blockbuster releases like 'A Quiet Place Part II' - here's everything announced so far

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. CBS Paramount Plus is available for $5 a month (with ads) or $10 a month (ad-free). The streaming service features several original shows and movies you can watch right now. Brand-new Paramount films will also be available to stream 30 to 45 days after they hit theaters Essential Monthly Plan (ad-supported) (small) Premium Monthly Plan (ad-free) (small) Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky From reviva...
Tags: Reviews, Entertainment, Amy Schumer, Halo, US, NFL, Trends, Tech, Nasa, Star Trek, Features, Avatar, Mtv, Alex Ferguson, James Bond, Madonna

What is the Multiverse? Five Must-See Alternate Timeline TV Episodes to Watch After ‘Loki’

Look, I get it — multiverse storytelling can be confusing. Marvel’s Loki streaming series is only the latest in a long line of stories that plays fast and loose with the idea of multiple or parallel timelines. Loki follows the God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston) after he gets involved with the Time Variance Authority, or the TVA, as they try to correct problems in individual timelines. This provides us a chance to see lots of variant Lokis (including our favorite chompy green boy) and opens up opp...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Nbc, Dc Comics, Earth, Star Trek, Features, Spock, Smith, Tom Hiddleston, Rod Serling, Loki, TVA, Jeff, Kirk

Star Trek's Sonequa Martin-Green Discusses the Road to Discovery's Captaincy in This Exclusive Clip

It’s been a long road, getting from there to here, but Star Trek: Discovery’s third season climaxed with a promotion that’s long been expected—Michael Burnham’s finally in the Captain’s chair. But what does it mean to have taken this long journey for the woman behind the character? Sonequa Martin-Green reveals all in…Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Burnham, Martin Green, Television Shows, Star Trek Discovery, Sonequa Martin Green, Television Series, Michael Burnham, Kenneth Mitchell, Michelle Paradise, Creative Works, Entertainment Culture, Soft Science Fiction

New ‘Star Trek’ Movie Beams Up ‘WandaVision’ Director Matt Shakman

From the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the final frontier: “WandaVision” director Matt Shakman has been tapped by Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot to direct the next “Star Trek” feature film, from a screenplay by Lindsey Beer (“Sierra Burgess Is a Loser”) and Geneva Robertson (“Captain Marvel”). J.J. Abrams is set to produce. The cast, however, […]
Tags: News, Star Trek, Paramount Pictures, Matt Shakman, Bad Robot, Geneva Robertson, Lindsey Beer Sierra Burgess, WandaVision, Marvel J J Abrams

WandaVision's Director Has Been Tapped to Helm a New Star Trek Movie

From Westview to boldly going, director Matt Shakman—who’s had a hell of a great day already; did you see how many Emmy nominations WandaVision, which he directed all nine episodes of, racked up?—has just been announced as the director of Paramount’s as-yet-untitled new Star Trek film for producer J.J. Abrams. The…Read more...
Tags: Science Fiction, Science, Marvel, Star Trek, Jj Abrams, Emmy, Quentin Tarantino, Space Opera, Noah Hawley, Paramount, Picard, Matt Shakman, Television Shows, Human Interest, Science Fantasy, Pet Sematary

New ‘Star Trek’ Movie Coming From ‘WandaVision’ Director Matt Shakman

Hot on the heels of the news that WandaVision scored a whopping 23 Emmy nominations comes a little piece of info that may be of interest to Star Trek fans. Paramount Pictures and J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions have reportedly beamed up Matt Shakman, who helmed all eight episodes of WandaVision, to direct the next Star Trek movie. Deadline reports that the next Star Trek film “will now move at warp speed and begin production next spring.” There is already a script in place by Lindsey Beer...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Star Trek, Spock, Quentin Tarantino, Paramount Pictures, Noah Hawley, Chris, Tarantino, Star Trek Beyond, Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Kirk, Pine, Hawley

Star Trek: Lower Decks Teases Season 2 With 15 Seconds of Nerdy, Nerdy References

The best bits of Star Trek: Lower Decks’ first season weren’t necessarily its love-letter references to decades of Trek history. The arc its ragtag ensigns went on celebrated what a weird, wonderful, hopeful world Star Trek has, through the eyes of people in that world who love it. But as this snippet of the sophomore…Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Titan, Picard, Mariner, Human Interest, Q, Television Series, William Riker, Star Trek Lower Decks, Will Riker, Brad Boimler, Lower Decks, Creative Works, Soft Science Fiction, Star Trek Characters

Sonequa Martin-Green Loves Being a Sci-Fi Superstar

For years Sonequa Martin-Green, the former Walking Dead star and current captain on Star Trek: Discovery, heard the same rumors we all did. Rumors that NBA superstar LeBron James was going to take the mantle left by Michael Jordan and make another Space Jam for Warner Bros. That talk had been floating around since…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Once Upon A Time, It, Star Trek, Michael Jordan, Nba, Lebron James, Warner Bros, Don Cheadle, Tamara, Martin, Sasha, Space Jam, Martin Green

Paramount Plus starts at just $5 a month, but you'll need the more expensive plan to get live CBS

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Paramount Plus has ad-supported and ad-free plans. Paramount Plus CBS All Access became Paramount Plus on March 4. The rebranded streaming service features original shows and movies from popular franchises. Paramount Plus starts at $5/month, and new members can get a seven-day free trial. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Essential Monthly Plan (ad-supported) (small) Premium Monthly Plan (ad-free) (...
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A Brief History of Star Trek's Time Travel

Time travel and Star Trek have gone hand in temporally adjacent hand since practically the beginning of the franchise. Like time itself, the narrative fluidity time-travel stories provide has allowed Star Trek in all of its iterations to explore its themes and characters in unique and compelling ways over the years.…Read more...
Tags: Science, Enterprise, Star Trek, Spock, Kelvin, Michael, George, Jake, Harlan Ellison, Jean Luc Picard, Borg, Starship Enterprise, Tribble, Television Shows, Q, Kamin

Paramount Releasing First Four Star Trek Films in 4K

Paramount Home Entertainment and CBS Home Entertainment announced on Thursday that the first four Star Trek films will be released in a newly remastered format later this year.   RELATED: Report: The Tomorrow War Sequel in the Works at Amazon Just in time to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the airing of the very first Star Trek episode, the four films will release in 4K Ultra HD. All four films are newly remastered from original elements to ensure optimal picture quality, and each film is ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Star Trek, Spock, Khan, William Shatner, Dolby, Paramount, Leonard Nimoy, Michael, Paramount Home Entertainment, Manny, Ricardo Montalban, Charles Correll, Alex Kurtzman, Harve Bennett