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  • New Documentary Series Teleportation 2161 Examines Star Trek’s Legacy in France
    29.09.2016 16:00:55
    Star Trek has never been a popular show in France, only gaining some popularity there after the recent JJ Abrams reboot films. Teleportation 2161 is a new French 10-part documentary series just translated into English, Spanish, and German that takes a look back at the 50-year-old franchise and what it means to the French in a time when it’s still uncool to be a Trekkie. Part 8 of 10 of Teleportation 2161 “Teleportation 2161 deals with all new insights about the Star Trek legacy,” series creator Paul-Hervé Berrebi tells TrekMovie. “We have for example a PhD in Law from the prestigious Sorbonne University in Paris speaking about rules of justice in the Federation (Fabrice Defferrard, author of the book The Law According to Star Trek), an economic journalist Emmanuel Saadia (author of the book Trekonomics exploring Economy in Star Trek), a french Astronaut and veteran of several NASA and ESA missions Jean-François Clervoy. We also met the American expert Larry Nemecek for this shoot, and we met with a company in Los Angeles developing a real mini-holodeck.” Like many documentaries before it, Teleportation 2161 looks at many aspects of Star Trek, including technology, finance, and justice. But it also sheds some light on how Star Trek is perceived in cultures around Europe. “I learned a lot from [Paul-Hervé Berrebi] about the Star Trek universe and its importance,” says Teleportation 2161 director Laureline Amanieux. Like many French people, Laureline never considered herself a fan of Star Trek. “Even if my parents where fans of Star Trek and science-fiction, I am the perfect example of the French one who didn’t give so much importance to the [franchise].” But meeting with treksperts, watching the films and series, and learning about the Star Trek universe for this documentary, Laureline says she is now “amazed” by the show. “When the french astronaut Jean-François Clervoy told about his experience in space and how it is related to [Star Trek], or when we filmed in the Survios company in Los Angeles that is creating interactive games in virtual reality that were first named “Project Holodeck”, we can see how the franchise influences our imagination and makes researchers want to take the things they liked so much in the show and turn them into into real inventions. We hope our short documentaries will also give new insights for American fans, with our french jurist Fabrice Defferrard or the author of Trekonomics, a book published in America by the french Manu Saadia.” With so many Star Trek fans clustered in North America, it’s great to see a European perspective on Star Trek, particularly in places like France, Italy, and Spain where Trek is at its least popular (the show does extremely well in the UK and Germany). What does Star Trek mean to the French and other Europeans? What lessons particularly resonate with the French? “As far as I know, Europe or at least western Europe can be divided into three major parts regarding the Star Trek phenomenon: UK and Germany; the other non-French speaking countries; and the French speaking countries.” explains Paul-Hervé. “In Germany and the UK, Star Trek is deeply ingrained in the popular culture, almost in the same respect as in the United States. [The franchise] has legions of fans of all ages, there are regular and successful Star Trek conventions there, books magazines and so on. Moreover all series are regularly broadcast on major [television] channels. In the other non-French speaking countries, for example Italy and to a lesser extent Spain, Star Trek is known and acknowledged as a pop culture icon. There are active fan clubs, sometimes conventions, but it is not as successful as in the UK or Germany, I think. Finally there are French speaking countries, and the most symptomatic case is France. To my great despair, my country has always been reluctant to [like] Star Trek. the series was partially broadcasted for the first time in 1982! And we had to wait until 1986 for a massive broadcasting of the entire series (3 times a day!) on the new major channel of the era “La cinq”. At a time when Star Trek TNG was being made in the USA, France only got to know the old series with a 20 year gap [after its original air in the US].” The success of Star Wars may have been partly responsible for the reawakening of Star Trek so many years after the cancellation of The Original Series. But, in France, where the only Star Trek around in the 1980s was the then outdated TOS reruns from the 1960s, the special effects and sets of Star Wars only served as proof that Star Trek was totally uncool. “In a post-Star Wars era, the only thing the French audience retained from the original series was nothing but the kitsch of the sets and costumes and the old special effects. In 1988, TF1 (the first french channel) invited Patrick Stewart to presumably launch TNG in France; the channel bought the rights but never showed the series! Since this missed opportunity of a real time broadcasting of TNG in France, Star Trek has been doomed: ridiculously low box office figures for Star Trek movies, and Star Trek V did not even go out! The rare times Star Trek was talked about in newspapers or TV was only to be mocked and so on. It might seem as though Trek and France were a natural fit. A facet of Trek that Teleportation 2161 explores is its love for the French nation. “Back in the nineties, where I was just a teenager, confessing that I was a fan was almost like confessing a mental illness. It is really amazing because Star Trek loves France and not only with Captain Jean Luc Picard, there are references to French cities: Paris is the head office of the Federation Presidency, Marseille, which is the town where I live, has a Starfleet training base, French literature and language are often cited (Eddington referring...
  • Star Trek: Bridge Crew Opens Up A Whole New World Of Trek Gaming
    28.09.2016 23:00:23
    Star Trek: Bridge Crew Opens Up A Whole New World Of Trek Gaming
    Teamwork – the notion of working together to achieve a common goal – is a touchstone of Star Trek and a key component of the upcoming Star Trek: Bridge Crew, the first virtual reality Star Trek game from Ubisoft and developer Red Storm Entertainment.  I got a chance to try the game and spoke to one of the developers. I was able to play a few weeks ago at Mission: New York and was completely blown away by its immersive nature and breakneck pace. It’s the closest I’ve ever come to realizing my childhood dream of standing on the bridge of a starship. If the designers can offer enough mission variety this game has the potential to be something special. The action takes place in the Kelvin timeline aboard the U.S.S. Aegis, a new starship tasked with exploring uncharted areas of Federation space in hopes of finding a new home for the Vulcans, who lost their world in Star Trek (2009). The Aegis bridge is very similar to the Enterprise bridge seen in the last three films, and gives you clear line-of-sight to your other colleagues, which is key in a game like this. There are four different roles to play: captain, helm, tactical, and engineering. All of them have unique challenges and control schemes and all require the players to do their jobs efficiently and work well together in order to succeed. The game was running on Oculus Rift and required a headset as well as two motion controllers, which act as your virtual hands. It was surreal to put it on the headset, look down, and see myself wearing a Starfleet uniform. Looking around the bridge, I could see the other players also trying to get their bearings. When the captain (one of the game’s developers) spoke to me, he looked right at me, just like you would in reality. All of this occurs in real time and the effect is very powerful. I bought into the idea that I was on a starship very quickly. I was assigned to engineering, and my primary tasks were to redistribute power based on current mission needs, run the transporter, and make sure the warp coils were charged in case we needed to get going in a hurry. Sounds boring, you say? Not at all. The game is designed to keep you on your toes and forces you to pay attention to what others are doing, in case your particular skills are required at a moment’s notice. During our mission, we ran afoul of some Klingons while responding to a distress call. While tactical was busy fending off the attack, I was required to beam all the survivors aboard, make sure enough energy was allocated for weapons and shields, and be ready to prime the plasma coils for warp, which takes time.  As the helm maneuvered us into transporter range, I had to coordinate with the captain and tactical to allow the shields to drop just long enough to bring survivors aboard. While all of this was happening, the ship was being buffeted from Klingon attack, with NPC crew members being flung about, cracks forming on the bulkheads and sparks shooting from consoles. Luckily, there was just enough juice left in the coils, and we were able to make a getaway. The entire experience was an adrenaline rush and it took me a good ten minutes to come down from it.  It may not be a holodeck, but it’s pretty damn good. While the demo I played had everyone sitting in the same room together, the game is designed to be played online.  If you don’t have enough people for a full crew, the game will substitute NPC characters so that you can play anytime the mood strikes. Star Trek: Bridge Crew will be released for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive on November 29, with the PlayStation VR version arriving a week later.  All are priced at $59.99.  Ubisoft released a trailer a few months back, which features LeVar Burton, Karl Urban, and Jeri Ryan playing the game and relating their experience: The cost of buying into this can be prohibitive.  Oculus Rift requires a very powerful PC to run on in addition to the headset and controller, which costs $600.  The HTC Vive also requires a high-end rig and is even pricier at $800.  The upcoming PlayStation VR system, which must be used in concert with a separate PlayStation 4 console, is the cheapest option, with the launch bundle priced at $500. Questions? The announcement of a virtual reality Star Trek game engendered a lot of excitement and a lot of questions.  We spoke to David Votypka, the Senior Creative Director of the game, to learn more. TrekMovie: The game will be released simultaneously on three different platforms with different hardware specs.  Is the experience identical on every system? David Votypka: The game missions are identical on every system and the game will be optimized for each platform. TrekMovie: How many missions will be included with the game? Votypka: There will be campaign missions as well as randomly generated missions that are available to play. As missions are randomly generated it’s not possible to give an exact number, but players will be kept very busy with different adventures! TrekMovie: Are there plans to make additional missions available? Votypka: Right now we’re focused on finishing the game, but we do plan to continue to support it after launch. TrekMovie: After the game was announced, some of our readers were curious as to whether there would be a way to play on the Original Series or Next Generation bridges.  Are there any plans to do that? Votypka: We have a few months until the game comes out and we have a lot more to unveil before then. TrekMovie: Is this game the beginning of a licensing partnership with Ubisoft? Votypka: We’re thrilled to have the license for Star Trek: Bridge Crew. As for what’s upcoming, we’ll have to wait and see.
  • COMIC REVIEW: Star Trek: Waypoint #1
    28.09.2016 16:00:08
    COMIC REVIEW: Star Trek: Waypoint #1
    IDW’s bold Star Trek anthology series Waypoint debuts with Original Series and Next Generation tales. Star Trek Waypoint #1 is available for $4.99 from IDW “This is the 50th anniversary and I wanted to do something really special.” Ambitious in its scope, IDW Star Trek comic editor Sarah Gaydos’ dream has finally been realized in the release of Star Trek: Waypoint #1. The six-part bi-monthly anthology series will feature two stories from one of the five televisions shows in each issue, with this week’s #1 focusing on The Original Series and The Next Generation. The series’ goal is to act as a waypoint, a stopping place, along Star Trek’s 50-year journey allowing Star Trek fans to “reflect on what’s come before, and look ahead to the next 50-years of Trek”. “Waypoint for me, was a way to answer all the fans who keep coming up and begging for a Voyager ongoing or an Enterprise ongoing,” Gaydos explained. “There’s just not enough resources for us to be able to do that.” Story 1: “Puzzles” Intimate in its approach, both stories for Star Trek: Waypoint #1 focus on a few characters rather than the crew of an entire series. First up is a TNG tale, “Puzzles”, written by Donny Cates, drawn by Mack Chater, and colored by Jason Lewis and Dee Cunniffe. The focus of the issue might remind readers of the classic TNG episode, “A Fistful of Datas”, as everyone’s favorite android populates every position on the bridge sans the captain’s chair. In “Puzzles”, Geordi LaForge is now captain of the Enterprise, and he has been tasked to investigate a new mystery. The story focuses on Geordi and Data and explores their friendship, as well as their roles on the Enterprise. Cates captures the interactions between Data and LaForge well, although the former does come off a little more wooden, which might be due to the medium and not the writer. Chater does solid work with his likenesses, and the unique style gives the story a little edginess and sense of urgency. The real stars of the issue however are Lewis and Cunniffe, who do an extraordinary job on colors, especially in closeup moments with Data facing a monitor as well as when the Enterprise encounters its mystery. Story 2: “Daylily” The second story in Issue #1, “Daylily”, is written and illustrated by Sandra Lanz and features Uhura from The Original Series. Its story might remind some of the TNG episode, “Darmok”, in which Picard and an alien captain are trapped on a planet. Without a way to communicate, the two must try to work together to survive. While “Daylily” is not exactly the same (thank goodness), it does give Uhura a moment to shine as a transporter accident leaves her isolated on a landing party mission. As she holds position until the Enterprise can bring her back up, she encounters a life form indigenous to the planet. It is a nice small scale story in which Uhura shows us why she is such a strong character and member of the bridge crew. Lanz’s likeness and storytelling are strong, which focuses solely on the Enterprise’s communications officer.   “Interesting” and “enjoyable” are the best two adjectives to describe Star Trek: Waypoint’s debut. Its intimate tales allow readers to focus on a specific character/s, which adds a bit more understanding to each individual involved. This is a must-read for all Star Trek fans, as the comic anthology is allowing creators to explore themes that a television episode could never feature with these crew members.
  • REVIEW: Star Trek Legacies Book 1: Captain to Captain
    27.09.2016 21:59:47
    REVIEW: Star Trek Legacies Book 1: Captain to Captain
    The special 50th anniversary trilogy series Star Trek Legacies celebrates The Original Series with all new stories by famed Star Trek authors. Read on for our review of Book 1, Captain to Captain by Greg Cox, which features Klingons, Majel Barrett’s Number One, and a huge surprise ending. Star Trek Legacies Book 1 sells for $6.99 on Amazon “No one left behind” is a popular creed, especially among the United States military, whose members will sacrifice their own safety to rescue fallen comrades. Star Trek fans should expect nothing different from its favorite Starfleet characters, even though technically the organization is not a military establishment, it does possess a hierarchy of command, and serves as the defensive arm of the Federation when needed. The idea of not leaving anyone behind is the main focus of Greg Cox’s installment to Simon & Schuster’s three-part Star Trek: Legacies trilogy to commemorate the 50th anniversary on the final frontier. Contained in Gene Roddenberry’s first proposal for Star Trek was the name of the captain of its starship, Robert April. While the character had appeared in one episode of The Animated Series as well as several books, both Paramount and Roddenberry has said that TAS is not part of the larger Star Trek canon. This did not stop fans, and others, from citing April as the first captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise (as depicted in TAS). Why is this important? Well, serving under his command was an eager officer by the name of Una, who would just happen to go onto become Christopher Pike’s Number One, played by Majel Barrett, in Roddenberry’s first filmed Star Trek pilot, “The Cage”. Over fifty years ago, Roddenberry attempted to break down the gender walls that defined society, while he was able to include a female among the bridge command crew in the first pilot, viewers of “The Cage” were always left to wonder what fate befell Number One. As the novel starts, readers meet Captain Una as she rendezvous with the Enterprise. The events of the novel take place shortly after “The Menagerie” (TOS). Kirk and Spock assume her visit is nothing more than just finding out where her former commander wound up. However, Una has a mission of her own, which began decades earlier when she commanded her first landing party on the planet Usilade. She received more than she bargained for however, and lost her entire team as well as discovering the MacGuffin that ties Book 1, and possibly the trilogy, together. Cox writes an enjoyable tale, one which focuses a bit on Una’s past as a young officer under April, but also explains what she has carried with her all these years. During TOS, Kirk never allowed the death of a character to be meaningless, and always took it seriously. Viewers knew how heavy the death of people under his command weighed on him. Una appears to have these same virtues, probably why they both were named captains in Starfleet. Initial installments in any trilogy can be difficult for writers, as a lot of what they are doing is setting up future chapters of the tale. However, reading Cox’s Legacies Book 1, readers would be hard pressed not to consider Captain to Captain on its own merits. In fact, Cox does an excellent job establishing the trilogy while also paying service to his own story. There are a few plot threads left open, of course, which should serve to excite readers to continue enjoying the trilogy. Plus, there is a huge surprise ending that sets up Legacies Book 2: Best Defense by David Mack. Star Trek Legacies Book 1 sells for $6.99 on Amazon
  • Star Trek 50 Year Mission Tour New Jersey: A Great Little Con
    23.09.2016 16:00:22
    Star Trek 50 Year Mission Tour New Jersey: A Great Little Con
    Last month Star Trek fans celebrated their love of Trek at Creation Entertainment’s 50 Year Mission Tour in Cherry Hill, NJ. The convention was held at the Crowne Plaza Cherry Hill, a much smaller venue than what Star Trek Las Vegas fans may be used to, but don’t let size fool you! This convention was filled with guests from The Original Series and every spin-off Trek television show. One of the great things about smaller conventions is the ability to spend more time interacting with actors (see, for example, the image above of the author rocking out with Nicole DeBoer). Fans had the chance to talk to their favorite stars in the autograph room about everything from their favorite episodes to convention memories. Garrett Wang (VOY) entertained guests with great stories and memories from Voyager. Fans enjoyed the one on one interaction that doesn’t always happen at larger cons. One of the most popular and memorable events of the convention was karaoke night with Nicole DeBoer (DS9) Dominic Keating (ENT), Connor Trinneer (ENT). To say that actors and fans rocked karaoke to the end of the universe and back that night would be an understatement. Almost every great song was sung at the top of everyone’s lungs from Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons to Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back.” The phrase “one more song,” was chanted and demanded many times, and the “last song” was sung multiple times. Connor brings down the house While the con offered a more personal experience with actors it also offered fans the chance to relax and mingle. Larger conventions are sometimes as hectic as they are enjoyable, rushing from panels to photo ops and trying not to miss anything. With a smaller convention there was ample time to enjoy drinks in the Crowne Plaza’s lounge, relax in large comfortable chairs with a drink and talk until the late hours of the evening about all things Trek. Deniz Cordell, a composer from New York, made use of the lobby piano and entertained fellow fans with many a variety of renditions of Star Trek theme songs. Gerry Ferretti, an independent writer/producer, was surprised with tickets to the con as a gift and enjoyed meeting fellow fans and taking pictures of cosplayers. Liz Lyons from Pennsylvania took the opportunity to mix family and fandom and brought her Mom to the con as a mother-daughter bonding trip. Fans got to enjoy the convention, fellow Trekkies, and build personal memories. Overall the Creation team members were extremely professional, hospitable, and put on a great show. The next Creation Entertainment convention in New Jersey will be in Parsippany in 2017, and we look forward to it! Cover photo credit Ron Snowden
  • INFOGRAPHIC: Where Does Star Trek Online Fit Into Canon?
    22.09.2016 23:23:58
    INFOGRAPHIC: Where Does Star Trek Online Fit Into Canon?
    Cryptic, makers of the hit game Star Trek Online, have just released this handy infographic explaining where the video game’s story fits into Star Trek canon, which can get confusing what with six series, thirteen movies, and multiple timelines. Download the full resolution version here
  • COMICS REVIEW: Star Trek New Visions: Swarm
    22.09.2016 18:30:41
    COMICS REVIEW: Star Trek New Visions: Swarm
    John Byrne’s latest photocomic has the Enterprise face an unknown force. Time capsules were all the rage at one time, taking items distinct to the period and burying them in the ground, only to be dug up again one day in the future. John Byrne’s Star Trek New Vision series is a lot like digging up a time capsule from the late 1960s and finding lost episodes of The Original Series. Byrne’s latest “found” episode entitled “Swarm” once again entertains like only TOS can as the crew of the Enterprise faces a phenomenon capable of destroying stars in an instant. Remaining true to the show and the era, “Swarm” opens as a typical episode of Star Trek, with a teaser before jumping into the credits and the episode. When illustrating these throwback issues, the temptation exists to update the graphics of the effects or ship, but Byrne does not alter a thing. For example, displays and monitors above stations on the bridge portray the information with minimalistic graphics as they would have when the actual episodes were being filmed. “I think I may have a solution to that problem, Jim.” What’s nice about “Swarm” is that each member of the crew gets a moment to shine, which was not often the case during the show. Byrne knows the characters like the back of his hand, which he demonstrates by adeptly representing the relationship between Bones and Spock, as well as Kirk and Bones and of course, Kirk and Spock. It’s the relationships of the Star Trek trinity that make these stories go, and Byrne understands that well. Visually, Byrne is at the top of his game when he gives the reader the illusion of the ship being hit by something. During the series, when the Enterprise would shake, the actors would move in unison from side to side. While this is something Byrne could most likely easily accomplish, the director in him takes a new approach and the results are fascinating as the reader can not help but feel what the characters feel as they lurch around the bridge. At one point, the Enterprise loses gravity and Byrne’s depiction is next level imagery. “Swarm” is not a straightforward tale. The crew encounters a strange new life, but while attempting to alleviate a threat to billions of lives in an inhabited system, Kirk may have to make a difficult moral decision. Bones’ final words leaves the viewer/reader with something deep to think about as far as humanity’s understanding of the unknown and how it responds to that lack of knowledge. Star Trek New Visions: Swarm is Star Trek at its finest and would make Gene Roddenberry proud.
  • Star Trek Beyond deleted scene features TOS callback and more Keenser
    22.09.2016 04:03:45
    Star Trek Beyond deleted scene features TOS callback and more Keenser
    Paramount Home Entertainment gave USA Today an exclusive clip of a deleted scene from the forthcoming Star Trek Beyond home video release. The clip comes from right after the Enterprise docks at Yorktown and the crew starts to go explore the station. The clip shows a moment between Kirk and Scotty. We see Kirk feel the loneliness of being at the top, and Scotty has a dinner date with a familiar name from Season 3 of TOS. Click on for the video. Scotty of course is referring to Lt. Mira Romaine from the TOS Season 3 episode “The Lights of Zetar“, where she was possessed by aliens, while dating Scotty.
  • Star Trek Beyond comes to home video November 1
    21.09.2016 00:03:58
    Star Trek Beyond comes to home video November 1
    We finally have an official release date from Paramount Home Entertainment for Star Trek Beyond. It will be available on physical media in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D , standard Blu-ray, and DVD versions on November 1. As is becoming common, the digital version (sold through digital stores like iTunes) will be available to purchase earlier, on October 4. Full details are after the break. FROM DIRECTOR JUSTIN LIN AND PRODUCER J.J. ABRAMS COMES ONE OF THE BEST-REVIEWED ACTION MOVIES OF THE YEAR STAR TREK BEYOND The All-New Star Trek Adventure Takes Off on 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™ and Blu-ray 3D™ Combo Packs November 1, 2016 Get it on Digital HD Four Weeks Early on October 4!      HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – The intrepid crew of the USS Enterprise returns in “the best action movie of the year” (Scott Mantz, “Access Hollywood”). The “highly entertaining” (David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter) new installment in the iconic franchise, STAR TREK BEYOND sets a course on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray Combo Packs, DVD and On Demand November 1, 2016 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. The sci-fi adventure will also be available as part of the STAR TREK TRILOGY Blu-ray Collection. The film warp speeds to Digital HD four weeks early on October 4, 2016. Director Justin Lin (Fast & Furious) delivers “a fun and thrilling adventure” (Eric Eisenberg, Cinemablend) with an incredible all-star cast including Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, as well as newcomers to the STAR TREK universe Sofia Boutella (Kingsman: The Secret Service) and Idris Elba (Pacific Rim). In STAR TREK BEYOND, the Enterprise crew explores the furthest reaches of uncharted space, where they encounter a mysterious new enemy who puts them and everything the Federation stands for to the test. The STAR TREK BEYOND 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray Combo Packs are loaded with over an hour of action-packed bonus content, with featurettes from filmmakers and cast, including J.J. Abrams, Justin Lin, Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto. Go beyond the movie’s incredible edge-of-your-seat action and see how an unprecedented 50 new alien species were created, including STAR TREK’s newest villain Krall and the rebellious warrior Jaylah. Journey through the iconic franchise in celebration of STAR TREK‘s 50th Anniversary, enjoy a hilarious gag reel and explore deleted scenes you didn’t see in theaters. In addition, the sets include tributes to actors Leonard Nimoy and Anton Yelchin. The film also boasts a Dolby Atmos® soundtrack remixed specifically for the home theater environment to place and move audio anywhere in the room, including overhead. Star Trek Beyond Blu-ray Combo Pack The STAR TREK BEYOND Blu-ray is presented in 1080p high definition with English Dolby Atmos, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, Portuguese 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The DVD in the combo pack is presented in widescreen enhanced for 16:9 TVs with English 5.1 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The combo pack includes access to a Digital HD copy of the film as well as the following: Blu-ray Feature film in high definition Bonus Content: Deleted Scenes – Go Beyond the final cut of the movie with scenes you didn’t see in theaters. Beyond the Darkness – Meet visionary producer J.J. Abrams, director Justin Lin and co-writers Simon Pegg and Doug Jung as they discuss the inspiration for the Star Trek Beyond storyline and how it came to life. Enterprise Takedown – Experience edge-of-your-seat action and see how a shocking attack destroys the USS Enterprise. Divided and Conquered – Learn how filmmakers pushed the boundaries in Star Trek Beyond by forcing the Enterprise crew into their most challenging situations yet. A Warped Sense of Revenge – Meet Star Trek‘s newest villain, Krall, as actor Idris Elba reveals the backstory behind his character’s terrifying ambitions. Trekking in the Desert – Go on set to Dubai and discover how its futuristic architecture became the foundation for the most innovative Starbase yet. Exploring Strange New Worlds – Tour the incredible production sets of Star Trek Beyond with director Justin Lin. New Life, New Civilizations – See how special effects designers met the challenge to create an unprecedented 50 new alien species for the film to celebrate Star Trek‘s 50th Anniversary. To Live Long and Prosper – Journey through the past 50 years of Star Trek with J.J. Abrams and the cast as they reflect on the evolution of this iconic sci-fi series. For Leonard and Anton – Watch a touching tribute to the legendary Leonard Nimoy and beloved crew member Anton Yelchin. Gag Reel – Join in on the fun with this hilarious gag reel of on-set bloopers. DVD Feature film in standard definition Star Trek Beyond Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack The Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack includes all of the above, as well as a Blu-ray 3D presented in 1080p high definition with English Dolby Atmos, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, Portuguese 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The Blu-ray 3D disc includes the feature film in high definition and 3D. The Combo Pack also includes access to a Digital HD copy of the film. Star Trek Beyond 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack Fans can enjoy the ultimate viewing experience with the 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, which includes the Blu-ray detailed above, as well as an Ultra HD Disc presented in 4K Ultra HD with English Dolby Atmos, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, Portuguese 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description with English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The Combo Pack also includes access to a Digital HD copy of the film. Star Trek Trilogy Blu-ray Collection The STAR TREK TRILOGY Blu-ray Collection includes Blu-ray Discs™ of STAR TREK (2009), STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS and STAR TREK BEYOND with access to a Digital...
  • Hits and Misses at ReedPOP’s Star Trek: Mission New York
    20.09.2016 17:43:22
    Hits and Misses at ReedPOP’s Star Trek: Mission New York
    ReedPOP, purveyors of the most recent Star Trek convention in New York City, have a reputation for putting on some of the best conventions around, including New York Comic Con and Star Wars Celebration. While providing some fresh alternatives to the Star Trek convention scene, the company’s background did not prevent issues from arising at its first ever Star Trek event. “I guess they don’t know who I am?” Just ask any Star Trek fan in attendance at ReedPOP’s Star Trek: Mission New York who Walter Koenig is, and they won’t be able to say it fast enough. Yet, walking into the Javits Center for his appearance at Mission NY on September 2, Koenig was held up at the registration desk due to his ReedPOP handler having not arrived. In tongue and cheek fashion, Koenig made the above statement. He was kidding of course, but it was an inauspicious start to ReedPOP’s first-ever Star Trek convention, one that saw some truly inspired panel programming and gave fans room to move around the venue, but also one which suffered from its fair share of growing pains, most notably fans being turned away from the star attraction panels. Given that the only major Star Trek conventions have been run by Creation Entertainment for many years, it was notable that ReedPOP was handed the mantle of hosting an official Star Trek convention for its Mission New York celebration this year, which instilled a breath of fresh air in an event that many feel has become stale with the same guests, panels, moderators, and more. ReedPOP rose to the occasion for the 50th anniversary celebration of the franchise, and did not disappoint in scheduling its panels. The Panels Greeting fans were a diverse number of presentations, all of which were heavily featured and promoted. Convention goers were able to attend discussions on Star Trek history with “The First Convention” panel (appropriate as The Big Apple was the site of the very first Star Trek convention in 1972) and the Smithsonian’s effort to restore and preserve the original Enterprise model; science-based presentations featuring NASA-led panels with its astronauts, scientists, and engineers plus what aliens might truly look like and SETI’s quest to find life in the galaxy. Other fun events included a reflection of The Animated Series, a Next Generation musical improvisational comedy, as well as typical celebrity panels and more. The most telling moment that Mission NY was not your typical Star Trek event was the “Women in Star Trek” panel, moderated by TrekMovie’s Amy Imhoff with Marina Sirtis, Nana Visitor, and Terry Farrell. The questions, and especially the responses, were honest and thought provoking about the treatment of female characters in Star Trek, but more importantly, the group discussed how the actresses were treated behind the scenes. Despite the panel being scheduled at the same time as the Voyager cast on the main stage, Imhoff, Sirtis, Visitor, and Farrell spoke to a packed house. It can be argued that the attendees of the Voyager panel missed out on what was the most engaging discussion by the franchise’s actors and audience ever before at a convention. Mission New York emcee Jordan Hoffman made a fantastic host and supplied professionalism and entertainment to the stage Growing Pains Problems arising should be anticipated for any first-time convention, even though expectations may have been higher for ReedPOP as it has hosted several successful New York Comic Con shows at the same Javits Center, as well as the highly regarded Star Wars Celebration. It was disappointing to see so many interesting new panels (even headliner events like the Star Trek: Discovery panel) scheduled opposite one another, a problem common to cons with multiple ballrooms. While ReedPOP may have hit a home run in regards to its offering and promotion of panels, they also failed in the same area, as fans were turned away from the popular and main celebrity attraction discussions such as the The Next Generation and Voyager cast panels, as well as the Walter Koenig and William Shatner appearances. The Main Hall only sat 2,500 people and could not accommodate all fans who wished to attend these moments (this is something Creation does extremely well, only selling tickets for the number of seats it has, ensuring all fans paying admission access to all panels). Finally making extra accommodations on Sunday, ReedPOP did allow access to all fans remaining in line waiting for the Shatner panel – which was the very last scheduled event of the convention. While all those in line at the start were granted entry to the Main Hall, more fans left the line when initially told by ReedPOP personnel that being in line did not guarantee them entry. ReedPOP also capped that line, limiting the number of people it would allow to attend. These issues were on top of blocked-off VIP seating in the middle, which often went unclaimed, as well as empty balcony seating. The seats marked with yellow caution tape were reserved for VIPS – and often went unfilled ReedPOP did respond to its seating issues in a statement from its Global Event Director Mary Franklin: “We are working with CBS on an official wrap of the event that will be coming soon. As for future Star Trek Missions, we are looking forward to our conversations with CBS on future possibilities for their event. We worked in close conjunction with the Javits Center staff on their allowed capacity of the main stage room. One balcony was closed by the building for repair of the chairs and the other we reserved for studio and CBS guests. The number of reserved seats on the floor for the purchased VIP ticket holders did not change for any of the panels. For the last panel of the show, William Shatner, the Javits allowed us more capacity, and for that we and the fans were very grateful.” More issues arose for those with VIP badges, which cost $400 each and promised fans guaranteed priority seating. Although...
Star Trek News, Reviews, and Culture
    28.09.2016 01:32:40
    Following its inclusion in the Star Trek 50th Anniversary TV and Movie Collection, Star Trek: The Animated Series is being released as a standalone Blu-ray set on November 15. In addition to all 22 episodes, presented in 1080p HD, the three-disc set will include the same bonus features found on the series’ 2006 DVD release, […]
  • The Enterprise Finds A New Home With Fans: A Recap of the Smithsonian’s 50th Anniversary Star Trek Bash
    23.09.2016 14:20:20
    In February of 2014, shortly before the USS Enterprise studio model was packed up and hauled over to the Emil Buehler Conservation Laboratory at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, my friend Matt and I made a pilgrimage into Washington D.C. We needed to see the ship buried on display in the basement of the Air […]
  • STAR TREK: TIMELINES Lead Designer Talks Game’s Success, Future Plans
    22.09.2016 16:15:24
    At the Star Trek Mission convention in New York in early September, TrekNews.net had the opportunity to catch up with David Heron, lead designer behind the hit mobile game Star Trek Timelines. Heron touched on the game’s success, directions the team wants to explore, Star Trek in gaming, and working with John de Lancie. Developed […]
  • STAR TREK BEYOND Blu-ray, DVD, Streaming Release Details
    22.09.2016 03:15:46
    Star Trek Beyond is scheduled to hit store shelves on November 1, but you’ll be able to watch the film in the comfort of your living room a month earlier. The third installment in the “Kelvin Timeline” film series will be released on October 4 via digital streaming platforms and as part of the Star […]
  • 5 Often-Overlooked Star Trek Episodes That You Should Watch Again, Pt. 2
    19.09.2016 22:26:30
    What a time to be alive. The amount of activity surrounding the 50th anniversary of the Star Trek fills me, and I imagine each of you, full of geeky joy. All the television coverage, interviews, magazines, books, and conventions – not to mention the release of Star Trek Beyond and the upcoming debut of Star […]
  • Class Is In Session: TrekNews.net Visits Starfleet Academy Experience

    19.09.2016 17:33:38
    One of my biggest dreams was achieved a couple of weekends ago when I visited the Starfleet Academy Experience at the Intrepid Air and Space Museum in New York City with my TrekNews.net colleagues. We were in town to attend Star Trek Mission: New York and it was the perfect opportunity to hop on over […]
  • STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Delayed Until May 2017
    15.09.2016 03:04:43
    It looks like the Discovery isn’t quite ready to leave space dock. CBS All Access has announced that the scheduled launch date for Star Trek: Discovery has been moved out. Originally slated for January, the new series will now hit the dreaming service in May 2017. “Bringing Star Trek back to television carries a responsibility […]
  • [REVIEW] STAR TREK ONLINE For Xbox, PlayStation 4: Prettier, More Accessible, Still Free
    09.09.2016 21:13:49
    Star Trek Online is not a new game. Originally launched on PC in 2010, Online has been growing and improving for the last six years. At first it was met with mediocrity, but like most massive multiplayer online role-playing games, the title has evolved so much over time that the game that launched six years […]
  • ThinkGeek Unveils Bluetooth Star Trek: TNG ComBadge
    09.09.2016 20:17:29
    It really is a pretty amazing time to be a Star Trek fan. All this year we’ve been celebrating the 50th anniversary of the franchise and saw a new blockbuster film. Now, just a couple months after the Wand Company released a Bluetooth TOS Communicator, ThinkGeek has unveiled a Bluetooth ComBadge developed by FameTek, just […]
  • Majel Barrett May Voice The Computer In Star Trek: Discovery
    09.09.2016 14:43:59
    In some surprising but very welcome news, it appears as though the late Majel Barrett Roddenberry could voice the computer in Bryan Fuller’s upcoming Star Trek: Discovery series. “How is this even possible?” you ask. Well, according to a tweet posted by Roddenberry Entertainment, Majel’s voice had been recorded phonetically. This allows her recorded voice […]
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  • Star Wars Battlefront: Erscheinungstermin und Trailer zur Bespin-Erweiterung
    17.06.2016 07:37:16
    Am 5. Juli erscheint die Star Wars Battlefront Bespin-Erweiterung . In dieser Erweiterung kann man auf Karten der Wolkenstadt u.a. im Palast des Administrators kämpfen. Dafür stehen unter anderem die neuen Waffen X-8 Nachtschütze und EE-4 Blaster zur Verfügung. sowie die neuen Charaktere des …
  • Die Star Wars Show Episode 6 vom 15.06.2016
    16.06.2016 08:46:10
    Die neueste Ausgabe der Star Wars Show dreht sich weitestgehend um Star Wars Videospiele, im Speziellen um die auf der E3 kurz angerissenen Spiele von Respawn und Visceral. Nichts Neues, aber kurzweilig und eine weitere Bestätigung, dass die beiden Spiele Third-Person-Action-Adventures werden.
  • Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission Teaser Trailer von der E3
    15.06.2016 07:30:03
    Sony hat auf seiner E3 Pressekonferenz in Los Angeles die PlayStation exklusiven Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Missionen vorgestellt in einem - doch sehr kurzen - Teaser Trailer. Wirklich aussagekräftig ist der Trailer nicht, aber er zeigt: Wir sind als X-Wing Pilot mittendrin statt nur dabei.
  • LEGO Star Wars: Das Erwachen der Macht E3 Trailer
    15.06.2016 07:23:31
    Auf der laufenden E3 in Los Angeles wurde ein neuer Trailer zu LEGO Star Wars: Das Erwachen der Macht gezeigt, in dem wir u.a. einen kurzen Blick auf eine X-Wing Mission erhaschen können.
  • Vorschau auf die kommenden Star Wars Videospiele von EA
    13.06.2016 07:45:45
    Electronic Arts haben die E3 Videospiele-Messe in Los Angeles mit deren Pressekonferenz eröffnet und neben den diversen bekannten Spielemarken auch eine Vorschau aufkommende Star Wars Videogames gegeben.
  • Die Star Wars Show vom 08.06.2016
    09.06.2016 20:13:56
    Angus MacLane, Co-Regiesseur von Pixar’s Findet Nemo 2: Findet Dory, spricht über seine Karriere und wie Star Wars ihn beeinflusste, Andi und Peter besuchen ILMxLAB für eine Runde durch das virtuelle Tatooine, sowie mehr.
  • Star Wars: Das Erwachen der Macht nach 168 Tagen aus den US-Kinos genommen
    08.06.2016 07:42:50
    Nach 168 Tagen und einem US-Einspiel von knapp 937 Mio. $, wurde Star Wars: Das Erwachen der Macht letztmals in einem US-Kino ausgestrahlt. Ich vermute man lässt sich einen kleinen Re-Release vor Episode 8 und/oder 9 nicht nehmen um der Milliarde noch näher zu kommen.
  • Die Star Wars Show Episode 4
    02.06.2016 20:59:47
    Die vierte Episode der offiziellen Star Wars Show ist online. Mit dabei ist unter anderem Special Effects Guru Dennis Muren.
  • (Unbegründete) Panik um Nachdrehs zu Star Wars: Rogue One
    02.06.2016 20:53:00
    Eigentlich wollte ich dieser Meldung keine Aufmerksamkeit schenken aber ich denke man muss Aufklärung leisten. Wie Darsteller aus Star Wars: Rogue One mitgeteilt haben sind für den Juni Nachdrehs für den Film angesetzt worden. So weit nichts besonders betrifft dies doch nahezu jede größere …
  • Die Bioware Story - Dokumentation über den Star Wars: The Old Republic Entwickler
    02.06.2016 20:34:29
    Bioware, der Entwickler der Star Wars Videospiele Knights of the Old Republic und The Old Republic, wird in der folgenden knapp 20minütigen Doku kurz vorgestellt bzw. deren Firmengeschichte beleuchtet. Einige nette Einblicke in die Entstehung zweier der erfolgreichsten Star Wars Videospiele.
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  • Trailer zu Thriller My Engine's Fragile Sound
    12.04.2013 03:24:31
    Thema: Kino 
    Regisseur/Autor Leonardo Antonio hat eine ungewöhnliche Perspektive für seinen Thriller My Engine's Fragile Sound gewählt: die eines ungeborenen Kindes, das aus dem Bauch seiner durch Brandwunden schwer entstellten und im Koma liegenden Mutter das Geschehen kommentiert. (mehr)
  • Jetzt wir's immer bunter: Fox macht Firefly-Fans Probleme
    11.04.2013 13:26:40
    Thema: Serien 
    Fans der Seite Firefly sind machmal auch an ihren selbstgemachten Strickmützen zu erkennen. Jayne (Adam Baldwin) hatte in der Folge "The Message" eine orangegelbe Strickmütze in einem Carepaket von seiner Mutti bekommen und damit die Fangemeinde begeistert. Nun hat sich der Sender Fox, bei dem die Rechte an Firefly und dem Strickobjekt liegen eingeschaltet...
  • Matt Damon stürmt Elysium
    10.04.2013 11:12:33
    Thema: Kino 
    Ihr erinnert euch an Neil Blomenkamp? Den Regisseur von District 9? Den hat die Faszination für Science Fiction nicht verlassen und sein neues Projekt Elysium mit Matt Damon in der Hauptrolle steht schon in den Startlöchern. Damon darf sich mal wieder als Action-Star versuchen, denn er soll die Menschen auf der Erde retten. Die leben im Jahr 2159 in furchtbaren Zuständen, während einige Reiche auf einer Raumstation in Saus und Braus leben. Der Film läuft am 22. August in Deutschland an, mit dabei ist auch Sharlto Copley, der Hauptdarsteller aus District 9.
  • Mal wieder eine Dracula-Verfilmung
    10.04.2013 03:34:17
    Thema: Kino 
    Ursprünglich sollte der Film Dracula Year Zero heißen, doch mittlerweile hat man sich für den klassischen Titel Dracula entschieden. Dabei hätte der Titel gut gepasst, denn Regieneuling Gary Shore wählt einen etwas anderen Ansatz als sonst. (mehr)
  • Damon Lindelof produziert Mysteryserie für HBO
    10.04.2013 03:14:48
    Thema: Science Fiction 
    In The Leftovers, die auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Tom Perrotta basiert, geht es um die Kleinstadt Mapleton, in der auf einmal eine Reihe von Einwohnern verschwinden. Die Zurückgebliebenen glauben, dass sie "entrückt" worden sind, also von Gott in den Himmel gerufen wurden. Im christlichen Glauben läutet dieses Phänomen die Endzeit ein. Kein Wunder also, dass die nicht entrückten Einwohner von Mapleton ein wenig frustriert sind und sich fragen, was sie falsch gemacht haben.
  • Neues Featurette zu Iron Man 3
    09.04.2013 21:23:39
    Thema: Kino 
    In einem neuen Featurette zu Iron Man 3 sprechen die Schauspieler über ihre Figuren, was den dritten Teil von seinen Vorgängern unterscheidet und was die Zuschauer erwartet.  Zu Wort kommen neben  auch Robert Downey Jr., Gwynneth Paltrow und John Favreau. Der Streifen läuft am 1. Mai in Deutschland an.
  • Action auf indisch: Idharammyilatho
    09.04.2013 13:32:43
    Thema: Kino 
    Hauptdarsteller Allu Arjun, der von seinen Fans entweder Stylish Star oder Bunny (?) genannt wird, ist einer der großen Stars des Tollywood-Kinos, der Filmindustrie, die ihren Sitz im indischen Staat Andhra Pradesh hat. In Idharammyilatho (noch nie war ich so dankbar für Copy/Paste) spielt er einen netten Typen, der aus irgendwelchen, im Trailer schleierhaft bleibenden Gründen zur Mordmaschine wird.
  • Bunyip: ein uraustralischer Monsterfilm
    09.04.2013 12:43:57
    Thema: Kino 
    Bei einem Bunyip handelt es sich um ein Monster aus der Mythologie der australischen Ureinwohner, das sich meistens in Sümpfen herumtreibt und Menschen frisst. Es gibt keine verlässlichen Aussagen über sein Aussehen (sagt Wikipedia), aber die Filmemacher Miri Stone und Denby Weller stellen ihn sich so vor. (mehr)
  • Wahrscheinlich kein Hellboy 3
    09.04.2013 02:43:23
    Thema: Kino 
    Guillermo del Toro hat nie offiziell ausgeschlossen, dass er einen dritten Hellboy-Film machen möchte, und auch Ron Perlman hat mehrfach gesagt, er ginge davon aus, dass Teil 3 kommen wird. Nun hat Hellboy-Erfinder Mike Mignola jedoch in einem Interview mit Comic Book Resources praktisch in einem Nebensatz erklärt, dass dem nicht so ist. (mehr)
  • Britain is Great: ein neues Star Trek-Poster
    08.04.2013 22:09:14
    Thema: Kino 
    Das neue Poster zu J.J. Abrams Star Trek Into Darkness zeigt zwar nichts, was mit Star Trek zu tun hat, dafür den britischen Sherlock-Darsteller und Schauspiel-Export-Schlager Benedict Cumberbatch vor einem brennenden London des 23. Jahrhunderts.
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  • Michael Pena untersucht "The Bringing"
    20.08.2016 13:42:40
    Thema: Horror Allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 20.08.2016 13:42: Michael Pena (Ant-Man; The Martian) hat für eine Rolle im Horror-Thriller "The Bringing" von "Sherlock" Regisseur Jeremy Lovering bei Columbia Pictures unterschrieben. ...
  • Jared Leto kommt zur "Blade Runner" Fortsetzung
    20.08.2016 13:30:51
    Thema: Science Fiction Allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 20.08.2016 13:30: Jared Leto (suicide Squad) kommt zur Cast von Denis Villeneuves "Blade Runner" Fortsetzung bei Alcon Entertainment. ...
  • Keira Knightley spielt die Zuckerfee im "Nussknacker"
    18.08.2016 13:40:10
    Thema: Fantasy Allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 18.08.2016 13:40: Keira Knightley wird die Zuckerfee in der kommenden Realverfilmung von "Der Nussknacker" bei Disney Pictures spielen. ...
  • Scott Eastwood macht mit "Ecstasia" Science Ficiton
    18.08.2016 12:48:05
    Thema: Science Fiction Allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 18.08.2016 12:48: "Fast And The Furios 8" und "Suicide Squad" Schauspieler Scott Eastwood probiert nun das Science Fiction Genre aus, im dem er zur Cast von "Ecstasia" unter der Regie von "The...
  • "Star Wars" Schauspieler Kenny Baker ist tot
    15.08.2016 10:17:01
    Thema: Darsteller, Autoren, Zeichner, usw. 
    Von AllanDanton am 15.08.2016 10:17: Der berühmte britische Schauspieler Kenny Baker ist im Alter von 83 Jahren nach langer Krankheit verstorben, wie der Guardian berichtet. Der nur 1,12 Meter große Baker ist wohl am besten bekannt für seine Rolle des R2-D2...
  • Zweiter Trailer zu "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"
    12.08.2016 16:03:32
    Thema: Star Wars 
    Von AllanDanton am 12.08.2016 16:03: Einige Monate nach dem ersten Teaser haben Walt Disney Pictures und Lucasfilm nun den zweiten Trailer von "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" unter der Regie von Gareth Edwards veröffentlicht: ...
  • Warner entwickelt "Man of Steel 2"
    10.08.2016 16:11:08
    Thema: Comics allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 10.08.2016 16:11: Nachdem der erste "Man of Steel" der bislang bei den Kritiken erfolgreichste Film der DC Extended Universe Filme ist, ist es wenig überraschend, das Warner Bros. Pictures aktiv mit der Entwicklung einer direkten Fortsetzung...
  • Liosngate begründet, warum "Divergent" in TV wechselt
    10.08.2016 15:57:00
    Thema: Science Fiction Allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 10.08.2016 15:57: Vor einige Wochen hat Lionsgate überraschend bekanntgegeben, dass sie den vierten und letzten "Divergent" Kinofilm zu Gunsten eines abschließenden TV-Films und eines möglichen Spinoff-TV-Serie wegfallen...
  • DIsney bestätigt Titeländerungen der nächste "Avengers" Filme
    04.08.2016 13:54:31
    Thema: Comics allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 04.08.2016 13:54: Disney und Marvel Studios haben bestätigt, dass sie ihren "Avengers: Infinity War" Filmzweiteiler neu benennen werden, ähnlich wie es DC bei "Hustice League" und Lionsgate beim...
  • Joe Carnahan schreibt "Uncharted" Film
    04.08.2016 11:30:52
    Thema: Computer- und Konsolen-Spiele 
    Von AllanDanton am 04.08.2016 11:30: "The Grey" und "Narc" Regisseur Joe Carnahan ist an Bord gekommen, um den aktuellsten Script-Entwurf für die Film-Adaption der "Uncharted" Videospiel-Reihe bei Sony Pictures zu schreiben....

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