Patrick Stewart reminds us that playing a starship captain isn't what makes him a hero.
Is “The Best of Both Worlds” one of the best Star Trek (and TV) cliffhangers in television history? Jonathan Frakes believes it so.
Yes, it’s happening. After all the build-up, work is finally (really, truly) underway on X-Men: Days of Future Past. Want proof?
It's the wedding of the year that every nerd wishes they could go to.
Think that Leonard Nimoy's return appearance as Spock in J.J. Abrams' 2009 Star Trek reboot was the coolest thing ever? How about getting someone from Star Trek: The Next Generation in on the next Trek film, too? Someone like Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart). Here's what Jonathan Frakes has to say about it.
Director Bryan Singer might be fairly new to Twitter, but the X-Men mastermind made waves recently by using the medium to reveal that two former stars would be back for the eagerly anticipated sequel Days of Future Past. But, his little tweet apparently put those stars in a bit of an awkward situation.
There have been rumblings that some former X-Men cast members could return in the upcoming sequel Days of Future Past. Now we know for sure—and it seems Magneto and Xavier's battle will rage through a few generations this time around.
Besides battling Borgs and renegade Romulans, many Star Trek actors have moonlighted in horror films, some of them memorable ... and some not so much. Go boldly into these wild gigs by familiar Trek universe stars that we've beamed down for the 12th of our 31 Days of Halloween posts and keep telling yourself ... it was only a job.
Today marks the 25th Anniversary of Stark Trek: The Next Generation's pilot, Encounter at Farpoint, premiere. That's 25 years since Picard stared out into the great and infinite vastness of space and said "Let's see what's out there." To celebrate, here's 25 things you might not know about the seminal series.
After three X-Men films under his wheelchair belt and the success of the new reboot with X-Men: First Class (which will be getting a sequel any day now. Any day ... ) with a younger Charles Xavier aka Professor X played by James McAvoy, you'd think Sir Patrick Stewart was finished with the X-franchise, right? Well, maybe not.