Star Trek

'Star Trek' Poll: Who Is Your Favorite Captain Kirk?

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by Eric Walkuski May 17, 2013 09:30 AM
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As the new 'Star Trek' continues to build a legacy of its own, you can expect this debate to follow it wherever it goes: Who better nailed the pivotal role of Captain James T. Kirk? The original, William Shatner, or his successor, Chris Pine? Vote in our poll after the break!

Simon Pegg Interview: Barfing on the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Set, Deleted Scenes and 'The World's End'

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by Jordan Hoffman May 16, 2013 09:00 AM
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Before we all get to see 'Star Trek Into Darkness' in theaters, we had the good fortune to speak with our old chum Simon Pegg, following a riveting conversation with his co-star Karl Urban about all things Bones McCoy,
For Scotty fans, 'Into Darkness' is a big wet kiss, as our ol' Aberdeen pub crawler/inadvertent inventor of transwarp beaming is all over this movie, offering laughs, cheers and thrills. Take a look at our conversation to learn about why, one day, he barfed on set. (Also, there are itty bitty SPOILERS in here, but all pertaining to stuff that happens early enough. Just read the damn thing and don't be that guy.)

Karl Urban Interview: Talking 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' Secret of the Tribble and More

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by Jordan Hoffman May 15, 2013 10:00 AM
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Our long, slow trek into darkness is almost over. We've seen and reviewed the 'Star Trek' sequel and soon you will, too. (Well, you'll see it – whether your review will be anything more than saying, “hey, that was fun!” as you go out for Whoppers afterwards is up to you.)
The Federated States of Bad Robot have made a global sweep of the world's press, starting in Sydney and ending in Los Angeles. We put a call into sick bay and had the good fortune to speak with Karl Urban, back on board the Enterprise as the lovable curmudgeon Dr. Leonard H. “Bones” McCoy. Urban's take on Starfleet's finest chief medical officer is a welcome bit of comic relief in 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' so much so that it took great self-restraint to keep from begging him to shout “dammit!' over the phone. We did, however, touch upon other topics.

'Star Trek Into Darkness' Clip: Spock's Volcano Mission Hits a Snag

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by Jacob Hall May 09, 2013 11:30 AM
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If 'Star Trek Into Darkness' is anything like its predecessor, it's going to be a visually stunning film filled with some seriously intense action. Well, if there was any doubt about that, go ahead and erase it. A new clip from the film has arrived and it looks to be very much in line with what has come before.

'Star Wars: Episode 7' -- Watch J.J. Abrams and Simon Pegg Discuss the Franchise

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by Jacob Hall May 05, 2013 02:40 PM
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For some 'Star Trek' fans, it was a slap to the face when director J.J. Abrams stopped going where no man has gone before and decided to journey to a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. How will they feel when they see Abrams discussing how great 'Star Wars' is with the chief engineer of the Enterprise, Montgomery "Scotty" Scott (aka Simon Pegg)?

'Star Trek Into Darkness' -- Karl Urban Reveals Who Got to Play a Tribble

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by Jordan Hoffman May 04, 2013 01:48 PM
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The cast and crew of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' are currently on a whirlwind publicity tour. Starting in Sydney, then Moscow and Germany, now London. We had the good fortune to speak with Karl Urban (aka Leonard H. “Bones” McCoy) whose comic relief performance in this sequel is just as terrific as in the first.
He does, however, get to do a little scientific work in the picture, and some of it involves medical tests from some old fuzzy franchise friend – the Tribbles.
Sharp-eyed viewers saw a Tribble in the 2009 picture (it's on Scotty's desk during the Delta Vega sequence) but this time he's front and center. We asked Urban about working with a Tribble and he told us a surprising fact.

New 'Star Trek Into Darkness' TV Spot: "Earth Will Fall"

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by Jacob Hall May 04, 2013 10:31 AM
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Perhaps the title was a pretty clear indication of what to expect, but 'Star Trek Into Darkness' looks a little bleak, huh? For a series that's been built on the concept of humanity standing together and bettering itself, it sure is odd to see the phrase "Earth will fall" in a newly released TV spot.