It’s rare for a movie trailer to give me chills. But the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens did.
There is a precise moment when Spectre turns to crap. Before this moment, it is a superbly stylish espionage thriller. After this moment — which can be pinpointed down to the exact shot and lines of dialogue — it falls apart, and its carefully cultivated atmosphere of mystery dissipates like a, well, you know.
Star Trek fans ecstatic by yesterday’s announcement of a new 2017 TV series may have found excitement tempered by CBS’ revelation that the newest iteration would arrive exclusive to CBS All-Access streaming platform, rather than TV itself. Now, CBS boss Les Moonves explains the thinking, as well as some accessible changes to the service before its 2017 launch.
Whispers of a new Star Trek TV series heralding the franchise’s return to the small screen have floated about for several years now, and have at last have been confirmed. Alex Kurtzman will spearhead a new TV Trek series to debut on CBS All-Access (that’s right, streaming) in January 2017.
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Although fellow Trekker Leonard Nimoy appeared in J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek movie in 2009, and there have long been rumors of William Shatner reprising his iconic role as Captain Kirk, there’s one veteran Star Trek actor we probably won’t ever see again on the big screen: Patrick Stewart. It’s not that he doesn’t want to reprise the role; he just doesn’t think he’ll be asked.
Now that Star Trek Beyond has officially gotten its warp core up and running, Star Trek’s franchise future has fans wondering more than ever if a return (or extension) to TV lies in store. Now, a new report lays out some of the complicated rights issues keeping Starfleet affixed to cinemas for the moment, though not without some hope for the upcoming 50th anniversary.
A few months ago we heard that the new Star Trek sequel is called Star Trek Beyond, but those rumors remained unconfirmed by Paramount. Director Justin Lin has now officially confirmed the title of the third Trek film while also revealing the first photo from the set of the sequel.
The uncertain success of Star Trek 3 has chummed waters that the franchise might return to TV before long, something echoed in numerous reports over the last year. We may now have official confirmation however, as Paramount has reportedly invited one fan to pitch a new idea, signaling at least the potential for another TV Star Trek iteration.