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7 Science Fiction Women Who Are So Much More Than Eye Candy
With science fiction movies and TV series, we expect a certain amount of pandering or sexual suggestiveness aimed towards the audience. However, in science fiction, the beauty can be a mask for something more, unexpected, or sinister. That’s what makes it a delicious affair. These seven lovely ladies represent some of the genre's best examples.
Star Trek Cornelius Fortune 2014-11-19
This Space Movies Supercut Will Make You Dream Bigger
Over the last few decades, we've seen many filmmakers take audiences to the reaches of outerspace, and with Christopher Nolan's Interstellar hitting theaters this weekend, we have a brand new supercut that celebrates some amazing cinematic trips to the stars.
Star Trek Eric Eisenberg 2014-11-06
5 Alien Species The New Star Trek Movie Should Consider Including
What makes a great Star Trek villain? That’s easy. It’s always been about character. They’re never one-dimensional. (Unless you count Harry Mudd, played more for comic relief than anything else.) They’re sympathetic. The same goes for pegging a great Star Trek alien.
Star Trek Cornelius Fortune 2014-10-24
The Helpful Advice George Takei Gave John Cho Before Making Star Trek
John Cho has worked hard to establish Sulu as an integral component on the rebooted Star Trek timeline. He has been an action hero in the 2009 installment, and briefly assumed the captain’s chair in Into Darkness (as shown above). We’re excited to see what Sulu can do in Star Trek 3.
Star Trek Sean O'Connell 2014-10-13
Read The Star Trek 3 Director's Hilariously Pretentious Response To The Shatner Rumor
William Shatner will appear in Star Trek 3 as James Tiberius Kirk … we think. The internet has been awash with rumors this weeek that the legendary actor would cameo alongside Leonard Nimoy in the next installment to the beloved sci-fi series, but today both Roberto Orci and Shatner have released cryptic comments that have left his inclusion up in the air.
Star Trek Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-24
Why William Shatner Thinks Star Trek 3 Is Just Using Him
Wishful thinking? Kismit? The planets aligning? We don’t know yet. We’re holding out hope that William Shatner can be part of Roberto Orci’s Star Trek 3. Let's see what happens.
Star Trek Sean O'Connell 2014-09-24
Here's Why William Shatner Returning for Star Trek 3 Makes Sense
The Internet is buzzing with the rumor that William Shatner may return as Captain Kirk in the new Star Trek movie. I give you several reasons as to why this is actually a good idea.
Star Trek Mike Bracken 2014-09-23
Star Trek Or Power Rangers? Roberto Orci Was Just Forced To Pick
In the world of modern blockbuster franchises, it's scary just how many writer/producer Roberto Orci has had a hand in. It all began back in 2005 when he co-wrote the script and developed the story for the sequel The Legend of Zorro, and since then he has had credits in series like Mission: Impossible, Transformers, Star Trek, and The Amazing Spider-Man.
Star Trek Eric Eisenberg 2014-09-21
See Patrick Stewart Make A Very Sick Young Trekkie’s Dream Come True
Sir Patrick Stewart proved that he is one of Hollywood’s good-guys earlier this month when he surprised a huge Star Trek fan at Georgia’s Dragon Con. The meeting came about through the Make-A-Wish foundation, and, according to her parents, the recipient, Dawn Garrigus, who suffers from mitochondrial disease, has been an entirely different girl ever since she came face to face with her idol.
Star Trek Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-16
This Week In Home Entertainment: Captain America 2, Star Trek's The Compendium And More
There’s a lot of expensive explosions and CGI-laden effects in The Winter Soldier. On Blu-ray the scenes are crisp and sharp, featuring Captain America fighting on elevators and running through doors and walls while chasing foes. The stunt work has become a hallmark of Marvel films and thanks to the extended minor cast in The Winter Soldier, audiences can root for a variety of different fighting styles inside a much larger film.
Star Trek Jessica Rawden 2014-09-09
Guardians Of The Galaxy's Chris Pratt Auditioned For Captain Kirk In Star Trek, Jake Sully In Avatar
Between Guardians of the Galaxy and 2015's Jurassic World, Chris Pratt is ready to break out as one of the biggest movie stars in the world. After years of putting in amazing work on the small screen, playing the hilarious Andy Dwyer on Parks and Recreation, Hollywood is finally realizing his true potential as a leading man.
Star Trek Eric Eisenberg 2014-07-15
Star Trek Live In Concert Set To Embark On A Six Venue Mission
Live concerts, the final frontier for any music fan. These are the voyages of J.J. Abram's Star Trek films. Their six city mission: to explore exciting concert venues worldwide. To seek out new crowds, and new rounds of applause. To boldly go to the geek mecca of America known as Comic Con! If you're a fan of live music and all things geeky, you're going to want to read the details for Star Trek: Live In Concert!
Star Trek Mike Reyes 2014-04-12
Kate Mulgrew Says She Was Duped By Documentary, Doesn't Believe In Geocentrism
Yesterday, Star Trek fans and science-loving human beings collective set their phasers to Whaaaaaaaaa?!? after the trailer for the new science documentary The Principle dropped and seemed to feature Kate Mulgrew (Captain Janeway) supporting a theory that the Earth is at the center of the Universe.
Star Trek Mack Rawden 2014-04-08
New Documentary Narrated By Star Trek Actress Seems To Argue Earth Is Center Of Universe
On the surface, the trailer for The Principle you see above may look like any other science documentary. In fact, it may have feature many of the same faces and even the same basic tone as stuff you’ve seen on weird cable channels during odd hours, but at its core, it seems to be arguing something a whole lot more doubletake worthy.
Star Trek Mack Rawden 2014-04-07
Before J.J. Abrams: Read About The Star Trek Reboot That Almost Was
Our sci-fi sister site, Giant Freakin Robot, has gotten its hands on a copy of Star Trek: The Beginning, one of the scripts that was in development at Paramount Pictures prior to Abrams' big reboot. As you might imagine the the screenplay is quite different from the direction that the franchise ultimately took, but it's interesting to look at what could have been.
Star Trek Eric Eisenberg 2014-01-28
Joe Cornish Is Not Directing Or Even Working On Star Trek 3 Anymore
Were you excited about Attack The Block director Joe Cornish putting his distincitive stamp on the Star Trek universe? Well, if you were, get unexcited immediately because that’s no longer going to happen.
Star Trek Mack Rawden 2013-12-09
J.J. Abrams Admits They Screwed Up The Khan Reveal In Star Trek Into Darkness
"The truth is I think it probably would have been smarter just to say upfront, 'This is who it is.' It was only trying to preserve the fun of it, and it might have given more time to acclimate and accept that's what the thing was," the director tells MTV.
Star Trek Sean O'Connell 2013-12-02
Star Trek: Would Joe Cornish Be An Upgrade Over JJ Abrams?
We got some more forward progress on round three of Star Trek today. Maybe. Rumors are swirling that the fine folks over at Paramount might be excited about hiring Attack The Block director Joe Cornish to shepherd the newest installment to conclusion. Fan reaction thus far has been about as mixed as—oh I don’t know—everything about the last two Trek movies.
Star Trek Mack Rawden 2013-11-02
Is Star Trek 3 Circling Attack The Block  Director Joe Cornish?
The third Star Trek was rumored to be circling a 2015 release date. That might be tight – in a crowded year – so we’ll see if Paramount pushes it to 2016 if and when they finally get Cornish to sign on the dotted line.
Star Trek Sean O'Connell 2013-11-02
Star Trek Photoshopping Marries The Original Crew With Abrams' Reboot Cast
Reddit user ThatNordicGuy is responsible for an amazing Photoshopping job that has massaged the faces of Abrams’ Star Trek cast over the faces of William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and the original series legends. In most cases it works out pretty well:
Star Trek Sean O'Connell 2013-10-01
J.J. Abrams Finally Admits He Won't Direct Star Trek 3
Sci-fi fans have known forever that you can't just step off the bridge of the Starship Enterprise and on to the Millennium Falcon, but J.J. Abrams has only now finally admitted it. The director of Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness is locked in and ready to start in January on Star Wars: Episode VII, and we've assumed since he first signed on that it meant he wouldn't be able to direct Star Trek 3
Star Trek Katey Rich 2013-09-12
William Shatner And Star Trek Fans Denied Naming Pluto's Moon Vulcan
Did you know that if you discover a celestial orb (planet, asteroid, moon, what have you) you get to name it? Yeah, it's not just a common device in movies and televisions shows. But when SETI Institute scientist Mark Showalter discovered two new moons—temporarily dubbed P4 and P5—circling the demoted-to-dwarf-planet Pluto, he decided to leave their names for the world to decide. So, he took to the internet and created a place where people could weigh in.
Star Trek Kristy Puchko 2013-07-02
J.J. Abrams Promises To 'Honor But Not Revere' Star Wars History
Star Trek Into Darkness recently inched past the $200 million mark at the American box office, making it the fourth-biggest film of the year and, counting in international box office, already bigger than the first Star Trek
Star Trek Katey Rich 2013-06-10
Star Trek Into Darkness: Will There Be A Sequel, And Who Should Make It?
Star Trek Into Darkness is a hit. Not a giant hit, and not the kind of thing that has studios calling all of their rivals and screaming "Suck it!" while guzzling champagne at 8 a.m. (at least , that's how we picture it), but a big enough hit all the same. Especially when you account for its huge improvement with global audiences, Star Trek Into Darkness has done well enough to keep the franchise alive… which means, inevitably, it's time to start talking about sequels
Star Trek Katey Rich 2013-05-20
Star Trek Merchandise Fights Stopped J.J. Abrams From Building A Massive Trek World
Licensing and merchandising rights debates mired Bad Robot and Paramount in legal battles with CBS about what elements from Star Trek canon could be used … and which couldn’t. In fact, these hostile negotiations blocked Abrams from turning his 2009 reboot of the series into a multi-platform entertainment experience.
Star Trek Sean O'Connell 2013-05-16
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