So, now it's writer Roberto Orci’s turn to tell those who didn’t like Into Darkness to literally #@&! off!
If there's one thing you can always count on at Dragon Con, it's seeing some of the most enthusiastic cosplaying around.
See the Enterprise gang cringe in horror at an odd alien on the main viewscreen.
Light some incense and marvel at the rockin' majesty of Shatner musing on life eternal.
Physicists have a new theory on space travel, and it feels mighty familiar.
Here's good news for all you expatriates of Qo'noS.
Throughout its run, the Star Trek prequel series Enterprise went through more than a few crises of identity — but apparently there was one we never heard about.
Still waiting for that Worf-centric Star Trek TV series? Well, we may be in luck, because Michael Dorn says that it’s “not dead yet.”
The story of Enterprise is an interesting one, as it was one of the few Star Trek shows engineered to appeal to mainstream audiences in an effort to reenergize the franchise.
One of the most famous and ubiquitous pieces of Star Trek canon was originally something far less elegant.