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‘Star Trek’ Composer Michael Giacchino Heads Back Into Space for a Sci-Fi-Themed Solo Album

Composer Michael Giacchino has finally managed to realize a long-held dream: his first solo album, released Friday, which combines science-fiction storytelling with lounge music and an overall theme that is unexpectedly relevant to our times. It’s called simply “Travelogue, Volume 1,” and is credited to “Michael Giacchino and his Nouvelle Modernica Orchestra.” Mondo is releasing […]
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Composer Michael Giacchino Shares the Genesis of His Debut Album and Why He Leans on Hope [Interview]

Academy-award winning composer Michael Giacchino has finally made his debut album. Travelogue Volume 1 by Michael Giacchino and his Nouvelle Modernica Orchestra tells the story of an alien’s journey on Earth. Each song opens with a narration of the alien describing her experience before Giacchino and his orchestra launch into snappy, melancholic, or adventurous foot-tapping and finger-snapping tunes. The album is a throwback to the old radio shows the composer grew up loving, the sound both nos...
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On Star Trek: Discovery, You Really Can't Go Home Again

This week, Star Trek: Discovery reunited the disparate halves of its cast for an emotional chance to take stock of their unprecedented situation. The crew has arrived in the future and is headed to the ancestral home of the Federation—but as we so often learn when we return to our roots, they come to the stark…Read more...
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Live long and prosper with these Vulcan salute mittens

What a great way to express "Live long and prosper." These warm wool Vulcan salute mittens are the work of Etsy crafter Jennifer Symons and are already sold out (but her handknit Spock cardigan isn't). And did you know that the Vulcan salute has Jewish origins? — Read the rest
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The Morning Watch: ‘The Mandalorian’ Becomes an Anime, ‘X-Men: The Animated Series’ Cast Reunion & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, see what the live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian might look like if it were an anime series instead. Plus, watch a virtual reunion with the voice cast of X-Men: The Animated Series. And finally, get...
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The one and only Q

"THERE IS ONLY ONE Q"… #VoteHimOut2020 #VoteThemAllOut #JoeBiden #KamalaHarris #vote #VoteJoeBidenToSaveAmerica art by- @AK_Hevonen— John de Lancie (@johndelancie) October 24, 2020 AK-Hevonen (online store) painted this magnificent picture of Star Trek's Q, as played by John de Lancie, wearing the uniform of a Starfleet captain, draped in the U.S. — Read the rest
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Exclusive Interview with Actor Deep Roy

— by LYNETTE CARRINGTON — There are some great actors who have started out in comedy and have gone on to have illustrious careers in film. Entertainers such as Steve Martin, Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx and the late, great Robin Williams have left indelible marks in film. Actor Deep Roy had his earliest start in […]
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, Interviews, Robin Williams, Tim Burton, Star Trek, Exclusives, Deep Roy, LYNETTE CARRINGTON, Steve Martin Jim Carrey Jamie Foxx

The Next Star Trek: Picard Novel Fills in More of Riker's Post-Enterprise History

Riker’s appearance as Jean-Luc’s faithful friend and former subordinate was a highlight of the first season of Picard. Dude just has great vibes. There’s a reason, after all, that he’s such a popular character, beyond his chronic inability to sit in chairs correctly. So it’s only fitting that the newest novel in the …Read more...
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‘Flashdance’ TV Reboot is Dancing For Its Life at Paramount+

CBS All Access is working up a routine to perfect its transition into Paramount+. The streamer, which will be rebranded as Paramount+ next year, is rebooting the beloved 1983 feature Flashdance, which launched star Jennifer Beals to fame, as a TV series. Tracy McMillan (Amazon’s Good Girls Revolt) will pen the script for the drama, which is currently in development. Paramount+ is getting ready to dance for its life, with a TV reboot of Flashdance, the ’80s classic which starred Beals as a st...
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Controversial tech firm Palantir is reportedly building a data tool to help US authorities allocate COVID-19 vaccines

Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters Secretive data-analytics company Palantir is developing a system to help local authorities decide where to allocate COVID-19 vaccines, the Wall Street Journal reported. The system is called Tiberius, and is named after Captain Kirk from the "Star Trek" franchise. A document seen by the Journal said Tiberius will analyze "demographic, employment, and public health data" to aid local officials in deciding high-priority populations to vaccinate. Palantir, cofounded by S...
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On Star Trek: Discovery, Ideals and Hope Are All We Have Left

If last week’s Discovery premiere was about Michael Burnham learning to share the hope on her shoulders with the people around her, season three’s sophomore episode is much the same for the crew of the Discovery itself. But there’s an inherent difference that plays a huge part in “Far From Home”—the crew already has…Read more...
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 3 Post-Production Was Done from Home

Last week, word broke that Star Trek: Discovery had already been renewed for season 4, and that the new season would start production next month. This raises one big question: how? As we all know, the coronavirus – which is still very much around, with cases starting to spike again in the United States – has made production on TV and movies somewhat tricky right now. But Discovery has an ace up their sleeve: home-based post-production. At least, that’s what was used to finish the recently-premi...
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Lower Decks' Mike McMahan on How Information Is the Human Heart of Star Trek

We remember the original Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Lower Decks” for the unique novelty of its unlikely ensign stars. While that idea (and name) might have provided the framework for the animated Star Trek: Lower Decks, for its showrunner the series, like the episode itself, is more fascinated with a much…Read more...
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David Ajala Tells All About Star Trek: Discovery's Most Important Cast Member: Grudge the Cat

Look, tell me whatever you want about wonder, or hope, or utopian scifi and its various merits. I don’t care. I’m here for the cat. Read more...
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 4 Happening at CBS All Access, Filming Starts Next Month

CBS All Access, which should probably change its name to the Star Trek Channel at this point, just went ahead and ordered Star Trek: Discovery season 4. Well, the decision probably wasn’t just made, because it turns out production is set to start next month. In all likelihood, CBS All Access made the decision months ago, but waited to announce now because Star Trek: Discovery season 3 just premiered. Star Trek Discovery Season 4 In the video above, the cast of Star Trek: Discovery annou...
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How to watch 'Star Trek: Discovery' Season 3 on CBS All Access — new episodes premiere every Thursday

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. CBS "Star Trek: Discovery" is now streaming its third season on CBS All Access.New episodes will premiere every Thursday through January 7, 2021.The sci-fi series stars Sonequa Martin-Green ("The Walking Dead") as Michael Burnham, a crew member aboard the USS Discovery.CBS All Access costs $5.99 a month with limited commercials, or $9.99 per month without commercials. Sci-fi fans looking to "bol...
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Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films for the Week of October 9

Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films for the Week of October 9 Welcome fellow couch potatoes to another edition of Watched at Home where we look back and judge your viewing choices over the last week! As it turns out, you guys are clearly itching for Halloween and helped propel four trick or treat classics into The Digital Entertainment Group’s Top 20. Let’s do this thing! RELATED: October 13 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAl...
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Star Trek: Lower Decks' Mike McMahan on Making Sure Cameos Matter

Lower Decks is a show that rejoices in the nerdy little details of Star Trek. From Pakleds to Exocomps, from Kirk punches to movie riffs, its first season delivered a show that earnestly loved Trek’s ideals and the callbacks that made it such a rich franchise in the first place. But when the show wanted to pull out…Read more...
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Star Trek: Discovery Boldly Returns to Remind Us of the Burden of Hope

When the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery chose to sacrifice their livelihoods in the 23rd century by catapulting themselves into the 32nd, they did so on the promise that they would themselves be hope: hope that a future would be there for them to arrive in the first place. But as Discovery returns for season three, it…Read more...
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Sonequa Martin-Green Calls ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 3 ‘The Most Cinematic That We’ve Had Thus Far’

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Star Trek's Alex Kurtzman Has Big Plans for Nearly a Decade of Space Adventures

Brightburn’s David Yarovesky is teaming with Krysten Ritter for a new horror anthology. Syfy’s Day of the Dead show finds its cast. Clive Barker wants to bring Ectokid back. Plus, Regina King is helping produce a new supernatural drama for the CW, and what’s to come on Primal. Spoilers now!Read more...
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‘Star Trek’ Shows Are Planned Out Through 2027, Alex Kurtzman Says

Alex Kurtzman, one of the architects and overseers of modern Star Trek, has a plan. He actually has several plans, all spinning at once like Earl Grey teacup saucers balancing on the ends of multiple sticks. Such is the case when you hold the future of a massive piece of intellectual property in the palm of your hand – but fans can rest easy, because Trek isn’t going anywhere any time soon. In a new interview, Kurtzman says he has mapped things out for the CBS All Access TV shows all the way th...
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Water Cooler: Soul, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Fletch, Casey Neistat, French Exit, The Sixth Sense, Shutter Island

On the October 9, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler. At The Water Cooler : What we’ve been Doing : Peter went to the hallmark store to buy new Christmas ornaments, yes in October. Brad participated in a virtual press day for Pixar’s...
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Opening Scene Released!

Watch the Opening Scene For Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 The season premiere of Star Trek: Discovery is just a few days away. But during the New York Comic Con Metaverse Star Trek Universe panel, CBS All Access dropped the opening scene from the third season. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.cmd....
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‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’ EP Mike McMahan On That TNG Cameo and LGBTQ Characters in Season 2

After 10 irreverent, often wildly weird episodes, “Star Trek: Lower Decks” concluded its inaugural season as the first animated “Trek” series in 47 years with two striking salutes to “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” (Warning: The rest of this story contains spoilers.) The first “TNG” callback: The crew of the U.S.S. Cerritos run afoul of […]
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