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The new Star Trek is boldly going to be a visually lush, incredibly inventive, and inevitably $#!@canned show! Hooray!
Ever since J.J. Abrams brought back Leonard Nimoy (R.I.P.) for the rebooted Star Trek film series, fans have been wondering whether William Shatner might also get one more shot in the spotlight.
Here's the jubilant January edition of Blastr's Collector's Corner to start 2016 off right.
Beginnings are difficult. Endings are almost impossible. But just like life itself, we know that even the shows we love the most must end.
If you thought Star Trek: Axanar, would go quietly into the night, think again.
Looks like the crew of the Enterprise will indeed seek out new life and new civilizations in director Justin Lin's upcoming Star Trek movie.
The late Leonard Nimoy will get to "live long and prosper" thanks to the mind-melding pen of his BFF William Shatner.
Fan films are sophisticated enough that they now rival television shows in terms of acting talent and special effects. The most recent fan-tacular Star Trek film, Star Trek: Renegades, which hit YouTube today, is no exception.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have been tinkering with virtual reality for years, but the makeshift holodeck just got a major upgrade.
Sir Patrick Stewart chats about "The Inner Light" and Yorkshire Gold tea.
Samantha Cristoforetti to appear in Star Trek fan film Anaxanar, about Garth of Izar.
So how is it different?Justin Lin is more introverted than J.J. Abrams.
The first official Star Trek cruise will boldly go to Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay.
It's been over a year since the don't-call-it-a-fan-film Prelude to Axanar, set during the four-year war between the Federation and the Klingon Empire, raised over $100k on Kickstarter.
William Shatner unveiled this touching tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy made out of selfies sent by over 6,000 Star Trek fans.