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Fan is short for fanatic. Some people get really into certain bands and follow them around the country. Other people fall in love with particular comic book characters or TV series. Star Trek fans tend to be a breed of their own.
Why Star Trek Fans Shouldn't Worry About The Lack Of Star Trek Beyond Footage, According To Anton Yelchin
Star Trek Beyond is set to arrive in theaters in just three months, but the marketing campaign for the movie hasnít exactly been overwhelming.
Opening on July 22, Star Trek Beyond is a Bad Robot, Sneaky Shark, Perfect Storm Entertainment production that stars John Cho, Simon Pegg, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, ZoŽ Saldana, Karl Urban, Anton Yelchin and Idris Elba.
Star Trek Beyond director Justin Lin has rather surprisingly thrown his support behind the Star Trek fan film Axanar, which his employers Paramount Pictures are currently suing.
Axanar, a Star Trek prequel produced by fans through a Kickstarter fund, has hit a pretty big snag in terms of its legal battle with Paramount. Can their be an easy solution, or is there no way to avoid legal combat?
The US postal service have decided to honor Star Trek's 50th anniversary in rather sensational style.
Paramount and CBS are far from happy with a professionally made Star Trek fan film that is aiming to be the first ever independent instalment to the beloved franchise.
Taking into account the mysteriousness of Idris Elbaís character in Star Trek Beyond, weíve decided to look back on the franchiseís movie history and see how the previous major adversaries fared in their respective big screen adventures.
Itís one of the great cultural battles of our time. Which is better, Star Wars or <Star Trek? They have similar titles and both take place in outer space. They both started making movies in the late 1970ís and both have become institutions.
The Star Trek versus Star Wars debate has raged for decades, and as both franchises are moving forward with new movies, George Takei sounds off on which science fiction property he prefers.
The first Star Trek Beyond trailer was recently released, and to put it mildly, it was divisive. One person who was not a fan of this first look is writer and star Simon Pegg, and here's why.
Since the 1970ís when Star Wars came on the scene there has been a (mostly) friendly rivalry between fans of the two biggest franchises that include space ships, Star Wars and Star Trek.
Star Trek Beyond has landed the coveted trailer space before Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which is probably J.J. Abrams' way of saying sorry for leaving the franchise for the galaxy far, far away.
Star Trek Into Darkness has a great many detractors, and now one of the writers admits that the way they handled the identity of the main villain may not have been the best method.
Of all of J.J. Abramsí movies, none is quite as widely maligned as 2013ís Star Trek Into Darkness, and Abrams himself just admitted that there is at least one big problem with the movie.
Star Trek Into Darkness takes a lot of heat from fans of the franchise, but even director J.J. Abrams admits that he had one major issue with making the movie.
Director Justin Lin has been busy filming Star Trek Beyond, and the cast and crew announced not too long ago that they would set up shop in Dubai for scenes. Now new photos and video have leaked revealing that they are not alone.
Simon Pegg is a man with many talents. In addition to being a well known actor, he is also an accomplished writer. However, if he gets the bug to direct, don't expect him to start with Star Trek.
The cast of the Enterprise is heading into uncharted territories of deep space in Star Trek Beyond, and that means exotic locations will be needed. After filming in Vancouver, Canada, production moved to Dubai, where they will film for 13 days around the city and in studio space. What will this location serve?
While we donít know much about Idris Elba's villain in Star Trek Beyond, the British actor recently opened up on the matter, and he promised something ďgroundbreaking.Ē