Star Trek

'Star Trek 3' Director Wants to Reunite William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy

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by Nick Romano September 23, 2014 09:20 AM
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While 'Star Trek' alum Leonard Nimoy make an appearance in both 'Star Trek' and 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' William Shatner, another one of the most recognized figures from days of 'Trek' past, hasn't, but this could all change for 'Star Trek 3.' Roberto Orci, who's been attached to the project for some time following J.J. Abrams' move to 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' reportedly wants to reunite these two buddies onscreen for the third installment.

'Star Trek 3' Update: Roberto Orci in Early Talks to Direct

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by Jacob Hall May 09, 2014 11:45 AM
Paramount
Ever since J.J. Abrams ditched the Enterprise to go make 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' fans have been wondering who would take the captain's seat on the rebooted franchise and make 'Star Trek 3.' After months of rumors, the most nefarious choice of them all is apparently just about to sign on the dotted line: Roberto Orci.

'Star Trek 3': Screenwriter Roberto Orci Lobbying Hard to Direct

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by Jacob Hall April 22, 2014 01:46 PM
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The 'Star Trek' franchise had all kinds of ups and downs over its 50-year history -- there have been great shows and a bad shows, brilliant movies and insipid ones, memorable starship Captains and Captain Janeway. Now, however, the franchise faces its greatest threat yet. Please don't let Roberto Orci direct 'Star Trek 3.'

Klingon for Rosetta Stone Might Be the Best April Fool's Day Prank

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by Jacob Hall April 01, 2014 11:14 AM
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If you're a particularly extreme 'Star Trek' geek and have been looking for a new way to celebrate your fandom, look no further than Nerdist and Think Geek's newest venture: Rosetta Stone software for learning the harsh, bloodthirsty language of the Klingon empire! On hand to sell the product to you is 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' and 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' star Michael Dorn, who explains all of the details. Order now and you'll soon be able to threaten your friends and loved ones with the galaxy's most terrifying language! All you need is to pay the low, low price of $269.99

'SNL' Deleted Sketch: Louis C.K. Plays a Klingon With a Very Unusual Poster Collection

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by Jacob Hall March 31, 2014 11:52 AM
When an episode of 'SNL' is produced, countless sketches are pitched, but only a small number of pitches are written, and then even few written sketches are accepted. And then even fewer scripts actually make the finished show with several often being cut during dress rehearsal for a variety of reasons. The video above gives us a look into how the 'SNL' sausage is made -- it's a sketch that was cut before the final airing, starring guest host Louis C.K. as a 'Star Trek' villain who really loves his posters of shirtless humans.

Official 'Star Trek' Beer Will Test Your Tolerance For Buying Nerdy Things

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by Jacob Hall March 24, 2014 11:23 AM
CBS
Both 'Star Trek' fans and beer snobs like to obsess over and complain about the thing they claim to love until they alienate everyone in the room, so it only makes sense to combine that market. Behold! The 'Star Trek' beer Klingon Warnog is here and now you can show off your eclectic alcohol tastes and unsettling dedication to a fictional universe at the same time!

New 'Star Trek' Theme Park Scheduled to Open in 2015

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by Jacob Hall March 03, 2014 10:18 AM
Paramount
It's not surprising that Paramount is planning to build a theme park inspired by their catalog of movies. After all, it's working out fairly well for Universal and Disney. However, what's really cool about the upcoming Paramount Park Murcia is that it will have a large 'Star Trek' presence, finally giving Trekkies a new place to call Geek Mecca.

FX's 'Redshirts': 'Star Trek' Spoof Novel Getting Limited Series Adaptation

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 07, 2014 08:18 PM
Paramount
The critical tempering of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' only emboldened chatter the franchise should look to make a TV return in the future, and while Paramount seems adamant about keeping 'Star Trek' in theaters, we've got the next best thing. FX will adapt meta spoof novel 'Redshirts' into a limited series, bringing author John Scalzi's parody vision to life.