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  • Final Star Trek Beyond Trailer Released
    27.06.2016 16:24:05
    A final trailer for Star Trek Beyond has been released by Paramount Pictures this morning. The trailer features new dialogue and some new footage not seen in the teaser or full trailer. Additionally, the trailer is set to the backdrop of Rihanna’s “Sledgehammer,” which we reported would be included in the Beyond soundtrack. Take a look at the trailer below:
  • TrekMovie Interview: Vic Mignogna
    26.06.2016 17:00:41
    Art at its best is when it evokes emotions out of people who are experiencing the words and images, especially when it affects people in a positive or cathartic way. The writing staff for Star Trek Continues added another extraordinary episode to their oeuvre with “Come Not Between the Dragons”, which addresses domestic abuse from all points of view. Once again, the writer demonstrates his deeper understanding of what Star Trek can accomplish when it is used to comment on the world at large. Rich Schepis spoke with STC’s Executive Producer and lead actor Vic Mignogna about the episode’s reception, Gigi Edgley’s performance, receiving fan correspondence and more. NOTE: This interview took place before the Fan Film Guidelines were announced. Fan feedback is all positive regarding “Come Not Between the Dragons”, with many noting how closely this episode is to The Original Series. Do you feel you are hitting your stride telling these stories now that you have been doing it for two years? I think it’s perception. We aren’t doing anything different than we have ever done. I think this episode was a great combination of multiple elements that came together very well. To be honest, we still have people that come up to say that Episode 4 is their favorite, or two is their favorite. Different people take different thing from different episodes. There are people out there who have experienced abuse, been abused or have been the abuser. This episode really resonated for them. I got an e-mail this morning from a fan who said that Episode 4 meant so much to him. He just went through heart bypass surgery, his heart was operating at 25% of its efficiency. He had a lot of unresolved issues; pain and loss in his life. Watching “The White Iris”, he said, meant the world to him and that he connected to it in so many ways. We’re changing lives, that is what fans are telling us about the work we are doing, and healing people’s hearts. That is beyond priceless. No amount of money can replace the privilege to make something that actually impacts people’s lives. I am humbled by the amount of messages we have received in the last 16 days Episode 6 has been out, messages that state ‘Come Not Between the Dragons’ brought them to tears. I’m very proud. Everyone involved did a stellar job. What made you decide to go with Greg Dykstra’s pitch for Episode 6? I had wanted for the last two years as we were making episodes, to tell a creature story. I had no story in mind or preconceived ideas whatsoever. There were several in TOS and I knew I wanted to do one. When Greg pitched the story to me, not only was it a creature story, but it does another thing I am adamant about our episodes doing, which is address an important issue in a creative Star Trek way. The moment he told me his idea while we were sitting in Longhorn Steakhouse in Georgia, I said this is Star Trek. One of the awesome parts of the episode was Usdi, especially when it becomes clear that it is a physical costume and not CG. Was making Usdi physical deliberate in keeping with the original feel of TOS that you incorporate into every part of Star Trek Continues? Absolutely! From the very beginning it was my conscious decision that if we ever had a creature episode, most assuredly it was going to a person in a suit. Then the challenge is, how do you do that without it being too cheesy. As much as you love the Gorn, you go back and watch it today and there is a cheesy element to it. It’s endearing knowing there is a guy in an alligator costume who is so restricted that he can’t even move. But it had its own wonderful Star Trek charm. Doing a creature episode, it could not be so cheesy that the audience would not engage in the story. It couldn’t be so bad. If we’re going to make a creature, it better be a damn good creature along the lines of something they would have done in 1967. We knew it had to be done really well so that the audience would accept it immediately in the universe to allow us to tell them a deeper and more endearing story. This episode really stands out from a character point of view, as the audience gets to see the crew behaving in a way they are not accustomed. How fun was it on the set with all the physical attacks on one another? I think everybody had a lot of fun doing that, and the reason it’s fun is because it’s atypical to these characters; Kirk is a good guy, Spock is a reserved man, McKennah is an even tempered ship’s psychologist. The story would have to be one that would reasonably show why these characters who normally act one way, behaved another, in the same way “Mirror, Mirror” did in The Original Series. I’m sure if you sat the original actors all down, they would probably say they loved the Mirror episode because they got to play those characters differently, but, you can’t do that every time. It would not be consistent with the characters. This episode created a way for them to behave in an atypical way. Humanity has evolved beyond walking up and clocking one another. That’s what makes it fun to do, because it is so not their characters. Are you now worried about Michele [Specht], since she demonstrated her fighting form? Oh yeah, she had a wonderful time doing that. She loved it. She is very funny, she has a great comedic sense to her, and knows how to play physical comedy. She fit right into what we were doing in the episode. Another moment that stands out from “Come Not Between the Dragons” is the amount of story and screen time...
  • Star Trek Movie Marathon Gives Fans A Chance To See Star Trek Beyond Two Days Early
    26.06.2016 05:16:09
    If you can’t make it to San Diego Comic-Con AND you can’t stand knowing that anyone else is seeing the movie two days before you do, you might be in luck, depending on your location. Selected theaters across the country are running IMAX marathons on July 20th starting at 4:30 p.m. featuring Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness, and yes, Star Trek Beyond to wrap things up, with the new movie premiering at 10:00 p.m.   That means east coasters will actually see the movie at the same time as the Comic-Con crowd, albeit without the live orchestra, cast, and crew. It’s the next best thing. Marathon-goers will receive an event lanyard, an exclusive poster, and a Starfleet patch as seen in the movie while supplies last. Talk about a dilemma! If you’ve already bought your tickets for the July 22nd premiere, or don’t have any days off coming to you, this presents quite a conundrum.  It does look like a lot of fun, plus you’ll be spending a day with like-minded souls AND seeing the movie two days before almost everybody else.  And Harkins is offering a free small popcorn, which won’t last for all three movies, but helps a little. Bring sandwiches. Tickets are already on sale. Here’s a list of AMC theaters where you can buy tickets.  The same event is also happening at a Harkins Theater in Arizona. If you’ve seen more, please post them in the comments.
  • Anovos Unveils Star Trek Beyond Uniforms
    25.06.2016 19:00:20
    Anovos Unveils Star Trek Beyond Uniforms
    Anovos Productions has unveiled and begun taking pre-orders on Star Trek Beyond uniforms for men and women. The men’s tunic is available for $150, while the women’s dress is $165. Anovos estimates that both will be ready for delivery in Q4 2016.   The uniforms have been created using reference and measurements from the screen-used costumes. The uniforms use an identical-style fabric as the screen-used costumes and have been dyed to match the dual tone color panels as seen in the film. The new uniforms sport rank bands that have a metallic fabric construction. The men’s tunic is available in Command Gold (Captain), Sciences Blue (Commander), and Operations Red (Lieutenant). It’s important to note that the men’s tunics do not come with the redesigned pants as seen in the film. While Anovos had previously offered pants to go with the uniforms seen in Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness, they do not appear to offer the new pants this time around. Instead of the dual tone color panels on the male tunic, the female dress features dark patches of fabric near the hips. The dress will also be available in Command Gold, Sciences Blue, and Operations Red. Unlike the uniforms used in the previous two films, the female dresses are long-sleeved and include rank bands. While the Operations Red dress pictures on the Anovos site features Lieutenant bands, it is not known whether the Command and Sciences dresses will sport different ranks. It would be fantastic if the Command Gold dress had Captain’s rank braids. Finally, the detailed images of the uniforms have revealed that the Starfleet insignia has been slightly redesigned. Unlike the previous two films where the insignia pin was silver, the Star Trek Beyond insignia is primarily gold with a silver bevel. The Starfleet pin is included with the uniform, rather than being a separate accessory one needed to purchase. It is not known whether the Starfleet insignia utilizes pins or magnets to attach itself to the uniform. You can pre-order all these items here.
  • Rihanna single part of Beyond soundtrack
    24.06.2016 21:00:49
    Rihanna single part of Beyond soundtrack
    Rihanna fan sites are abuzz this morning with the news that the pop star is contributing a single called “Sledgehammer” to the Star Trek Beyond soundtrack, a first for the franchise. We’ve heard songs in the movies before (The Beastie Boys, Steppenwolf) but this is the first time a pop song has been officially a soundtrack single. And who better than Rihanna? An avowed Star Trek fan, she collaborated with Dior last month on a line of “futuristic, reflective” sunglasses, inspired by Geordi La Forge’s VISOR. They range in price from $840 to $1950, so they’re not for the uncommitted. “I’ve always been obsessed with his eyewear, and when I got to Dior and saw all the materials I could play with, it all just came together,” she told Women’s Wear Daily.   She was also a famous face that popped up on the screen giving Trek some love, during the Beyond fan event last month (her segement starts at about 0:39). Rihanna’s been talking about “Sledgehammer” since 2014, but the song is making its debut on the Beyond soundtrack. Eagle-eyed fans spotted it in a banner ad on iTunes last night, and the news has been making its way across Twitter and Instagram all morning. The song is expected to appear during the movie’s end credits; no date on when it’ll be available to download, but we’ll keep you posted.
  • Fuller Clarifies Star Trek 2017 Not Anthology Series, Reveals More Details
    24.06.2016 05:30:30
    Star Trek 2017 showrunner Bryan Fuller revealed more details about the highly-anticipated new series in an interview with Moviefone. Contrary to rumors that the new series would be an anthology show with each season focusing on a different time in Trek lore, Fuller said “I’ve read that this is an anthology show, which is not accurate.” Fuller also shot down the rumor that the series would take place between Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and Star Trek: The Next Generation. Addressing the teaser trailer that hinted that the show would feature new crews, which many believed suggested the series would be an anthology show, Fuller said that we will be seeing “lots of crews in the story.” Fuller continued, “One of the things that’s exciting for me is that we are telling a Star Trek story in a modern way. We’re telling a 13-chapter story in this first season. It’s nice to be able to dig deep into things that would have been breezed passed if we were doing episodic and had to contain a story within an episode.” When questioned whether the new series would revisit any familiar characters, Fuller teased “eventually.” On Nicholas Meyer’s involvement in the series, Fuller said that “[Meyer has brought] a clarity and cleanliness to the storytelling. An ability to ground science fiction in a relatable way, and also making sure that we’re telling character stories.” You can read the entire interview here.
  • Star Trek 2017 Showrunner Bryan Fuller Reveals New Details On Upcoming Series
    24.06.2016 00:51:39
    Star Trek 2017 show runner Bryan Fuller in an interview with Collider revealed a heap of new details on the much-anticipated new Star Trek series scheduled to debut in January 2017. Fuller revealed that the first season of the show, which will consist of thirteen episodes, has been completely arced out, with the first six episodes completely broken down. He confirmed that the show will feature a single story over its thirteen episodes. However, Fuller did not reveal whether that story is self-contained in one season, or part of a larger arc that will run for the entire series. Fuller commented that he has been “muzzled” by CBS, which he viewed as a positive as he “loves to talk about everything” and this allows him to “spend more time writing.” Fuller expects more details to be announced during the San Diego Comic Con between July 21-25th. Fuller recalled that, when he first met with CBS regarding the new show, he had asked the network whether they had a plan. While CBS said “no,” Fuller noted that he had said “I have a plan,” and the two sides began talking. Fuller further revealed that stages have been booked and the production will begin erecting sets in the next several weeks. He also said that the casting process has begun. Fuller noted that, because the series will be airing on CBS All-Access, the show will not have to adhere to typical network standards and practices. However, don’t expect the new Star Trek to look and sound like a premium-channel show with nudity and profanity. Fuller explained, “It will likely affect us more in terms of what we can do graphically, but Star Trek’s not necessarily a universe where I want to hear a lot of profanity, either. Production on the series will run between September 2016 and March 2017, according to Fuller. Vincenzo Natali, whom Fuller worked with on Hannibal, has been hired as the show’s producing director. However, Fuller did not announce the director for the first episode. Since the show is on a streaming service, the writers will have flexibility with the runtime of episodes. However, CBS has issued unspecified parameters regarding how short or long an episode can be. Finally, Fuller noted that visual effects producers had been hired and are putting together a team because much of the VFX work will be produced in-house, rather than farmed out to VFX studios. Please enable Javascript to watch this video
  • CBS And Paramount Release Fan Film Guidelines
    23.06.2016 17:16:10
    Amidst ongoing litigation against fan film Star Trek Axanar, today CBS and Paramount Pictures have issued guidelines to all current and would-be Star Trek fan productions. The rules will be an adjustment for many fan projects, particularly ongoing longer-form shows like Star Trek Continues, Star Trek New Voyages, and others. From the press release: CBS and Paramount Pictures are big believers in reasonable fan fiction and fan creativity, and, in particular, want amateur fan filmmakers to showcase their passion for Star Trek.  Therefore, CBS and Paramount Pictures will not object to, or take legal action against, Star Trek fan productions that are non-professional and amateur and meet the following guidelines. Guidelines for Avoiding Objections: The fan production must be less than 15 minutes for a single self-contained story, or no more than 2 segments, episodes or parts, not to exceed 30 minutes total, with no additional seasons, episodes, parts, sequels or remakes. The title of the fan production or any parts cannot include the name “Star Trek.” However, the title must contain a subtitle with the phrase: “A STAR TREK FAN PRODUCTION” in plain typeface. The fan production cannot use the term “official” in either its title or subtitle or in any marketing, promotions or social media for the fan production. The content in the fan production must be original, not reproductions, recreations or clips from any Star Trek production. If non-Star Trek third party content is used, all necessary permissions for any third party content should be obtained in writing. If the fan production uses commercially-available Star Trek uniforms, accessories, toys and props, these items must be official merchandise and not bootleg items or imitations of such commercially available products. The fan production must be a real “fan” production, i.e., creators, actors and all other participants must be amateurs, cannot be compensated for their services, and cannot be currently or previously employed on any Star Trek series, films, production of DVDs or with any of CBS or Paramount Pictures’ licensees. The fan production must be non-commercial: CBS and Paramount Pictures do not object to limited fundraising for the creation of a fan production, whether 1 or 2 segments and consistent with these guidelines, so long as the total amount does not exceed $50,000, including all platform fees, and when the $50,000 goal is reached, all fundraising must cease. The fan production must only be exhibited or distributed on a no-charge basis and/or shared via streaming services without generating revenue. The fan production cannot be distributed in a physical format such as DVD or Blu-ray. The fan production cannot be used to derive advertising revenue including, but not limited to, through for example, the use of pre or post-roll advertising, click-through advertising banners, that is associated with the fan production. No unlicensed Star Trek-related or fan production-related merchandise or services can be offered for sale or given away as premiums, perks or rewards or in connection with the fan production fundraising. The fan production cannot derive revenue by selling or licensing fan-created production sets, props or costumes. The fan production must be family friendly and suitable for public presentation. Videos must not include profanity, nudity, obscenity, pornography, depictions of drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or any harmful or illegal activity, or any material that is offensive, fraudulent, defamatory, libelous, disparaging, sexually explicit, threatening, hateful, or any other inappropriate content. The content of the fan production cannot violate any individual’s right of privacy. The fan production must display the following disclaimer in the on-screen credits of the fan productions and on any marketing material including the fan production website or page hosting the fan production: “Star Trek and all related marks, logos and characters are solely owned by CBS Studios Inc. This fan production is not endorsed by, sponsored by, nor affiliated with CBS, Paramount Pictures, or any other Star Trek franchise, and is a non-commercial fan-made film intended for recreational use.  No commercial exhibition or distribution is permitted. No alleged independent rights will be asserted against CBS or Paramount Pictures.” Creators of fan productions must not seek to register their works, nor any elements of the works, under copyright or trademark law. Fan productions cannot create or imply any association or endorsement by CBS or Paramount Pictures. CBS and Paramount Pictures reserve the right to revise, revoke and/or withdraw these guidelines at any time in their own discretion. These guidelines are not a license and do not constitute approval or authorization of any fan productions or a waiver of any rights that CBS or Paramount Pictures may have with respect to fan fiction created outside of these guidelines.  
  • Star Trek (2009) and Into Darkness UltraHD Blu-ray reviews
    23.06.2016 15:00:37
    Star Trek (2009) and Into Darkness UltraHD Blu-ray reviews
    The newest Trek films are part of the first wave of movies Paramount will release on the new UltraHD Blu-ray format. There are no new special features, they’re the same as The Compendium deluxe two-movie release from a couple of years back, but at least nothing is left out (I’m looking at you first versions of Into Darkness). Into Darkness is an especially good fit considering parts of it were filmed in IMAX. Read on to find out how the movies look and sound with the next generation video and audio formats. A few words about UltraHD Blu-ray and HDR UltraHD Blu-ray is the next generation version of Blu-ray, since it is made for UltraHD resolution (4k) it has to hold quite a bit more data, and so it is not backwards compatible. To play an UltraHD Blu-ray Disc (UHD BD) you must have a new player made for it. UHD BD is much more than just a resolution bump, since the increase in resolution alone is often not really discernible for people at typical TV sizes and seating distances. The real “killer features” of the UHD BD standard are High Dynamic Range (HDR) and a Wide Color Gamut (WCG). This is something you can see at normal distances, because it has to do with contrast and color, both things our eyes are rather keen on detecting. A new 4k transfer of a movie graded for HDR/WCG can in effect digitally “describe” a film in more detail than we’ve had in a consumer format before. Now to display all this new information, you’ll need a newer Ultra HDTV that can understand how to present the new high dynamic range and wider color information. If you bought a mid-range or high-end 2015 model Ultra HDTV you may simply need a firmware upgrade (which was probably automatically applied already). However, for most people that means getting a brand new HDR-capable set. While you can theoretically buy an UltraHD Blu-ray player and hook it up to an older non-HDR compliant 4k or even 1080p TV set, this is not recommended, you don’t gain any of the real benefits from the new format, and in fact the UHD BD version may look somewhat worse, because of the greater extremes in contrast that a regular HDTV is not really able to handle. As you might imagine this is something that has to be seen, it can’t very easily be conveyed via images. It really is something you have to see for yourself in a proper setup. More info about this new tech can be found here: http://www.cnet.com/news/what-is-hdr-for-tvs-and-why-should-you-care/ http://www.uhdalliance.org/consumers/ http://uhdbdinnumbers.com/   NOTE: Due to the fact that UHD BDs are not usable in a standard Blu-ray PC drive, there is no way to capture the output of UHD Blu-ray discs, and even if it were possible, the output wouldn’t do it justice. There are a few images in this article, simply for illustrative purposes. The images are from the standard Blu-ray discs and are not indicative of the quality of the UltraHD Blu-ray versions. Dolby Atmos Atmos is a relatively new surround sound standard that is a large technical leap forward from typical surround sound formats. Atmos consists of sound objects that are positioned in 3D space around the listener, it is then up to the decoder in your A/V receiver to handle what speaker(s) these sounds comes from given the number of speakers you have and your room setup. Contrast this to typical surround sound formats which are entirely channel based, a sound is strictly mapped to one of 5 or 7 channels. Atmos has been in use theatrically since 2012 and available in a home version since 2014. This year, Atmos decoding has become a fairly standard feature for mid-range A/V receivers.  The home version uses 2 or 4 height speakers, which can be accomplished a few different ways. You can mount more speakers up high near the ceiling, you can put speakers in or on the ceiling, or you can use specially made Atmos speakers, or Atmos add-on modules to existing speakers, which bounce the height information off the ceiling from the standard front and rear surround speaker positions. For the best results you’ll want to use 4 speakers, two speakers will leave the listener with more of a squished bubble of sound that stops at a certain point, rather than enveloping the listener. Atmos soundtracks are backwards compatible with Dolby TrueHD, so if you’re not ready to make the leap, you’ll get an excellent 7.1/5.1 version for standard speaker layouts. Atmos has been available on select Blu-ray releases since late-2014, however since it is considered a bit of a premium feature, there is a new trend to move the Atmos mixes to the UltraHD Blu-ray releases, which are also considered premium, leaving the standard Blu-ray with only a conventional 7.1 mix. Star Trek (2009) Star Trek was filmed in 2008 just before the big push to film movies in IMAX and exploit other newer digital cinema technologies (like 3D). It was also considered a fantastic Blu-ray getting high marks for audio and video quality when it was released in 2010, but that was 6 years ago. Because of this I assume this is the movie most people wonder what kind of an upgrade they’re getting by going to UltraHD and HDR with Dolby Atmos surround sound. Video The first film in the new franchise is a very different film than its sequel, both in the sense that it was filmed entirely on 35mm film and that it has a more intimate feel than its slam bang follow up. There is a definite upgrade thanks to the increased dynamic range and wider color gamut that UltraHD Blu-ray affords. The scene with the Kelvin shuttlecraft escaping in silhouette across a bright sun is a more powerful scene, with details in the bright star more visible and the shuttles more sharply defined, rather than the sheer brightness drowning out the image. The higher dynamic range is evident in this manner all throughout the film. Perhaps the biggest benefit to being able to...
  • Beyond soundtrack pre-order shows track titles
    23.06.2016 04:15:42
    The Star Trek Beyond soundtrack is available on Amazon for pre-order, which means the track titles are out there for everyone to start speculating on. Composer Michael Giacchino has been great about posting musical updates on Twitter and Instagram, and on June 8th, posted a video to let us know they’d wrapped up recording. Read on for the video and potential spoiler track titles. A video posted by Michael Giacchino (@m_giacchino) on Jun 8, 2016 at 10:27am PDT Now you can get a look at the full track list. For those who don’t want to know anything about the movie, stop reading now. For everyone else, you’re now entering spoiler territory.  While Giacchino is known for giving his pieces quirky, silly names so as not to reveal anything, the titles could hint at a few things we haven’t seen in the trailers or read about yet. Forge ahead at your own risk.   Logo And Prosper (1:47) Thank Your Lucky Star Date (2:15) Night On The Yorktown (5:36) The Dance Of The Nebula (2:22) A Swarm Reception (2:30) Hitting The Saucer A Little Hard (6:10) Jaylah Damage (2:50) In Artifacts As In Life (1:51) Franklin, My Dear (2:50) A Lesson In Vulcan Mineralogy (5:17) MotorCycles Of Relief (3:17) Mocking Jaylah (3:26) Crash Decisions (3:16) Krall-y Krall-y Oxen Free (4:23) Shutdown Happens (4:35) Cater-Krall In Zero G (2:17) Par-tay For The Course (2:46) Star Trek Main Theme (3:45)
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  • BREAKING: New STAR TREK BEYOND Trailer Featuring Rihanna’s “Sledgehammer”
    27.06.2016 15:03:20
    As teased by Rihanna on social media yesterday, a new STAR TREK BEYOND trailer is here! The third trailer includes the pop star’s new single “Sledgehammer”. Check it out below. Rihanna teased the release Sunday on Twitter and Instagram. #SLEDGEHAMMER @StarTrekMovie fans, be up tomorrow by 8am EST for a special premiere! 🖖 pic.twitter.com/5ANOYlE4ba — […]
  • Star Trek Movie Marathon Coming To Select AMC Theaters on July 20
    26.06.2016 16:49:15
    Two days prior to the film’s nationwide release, Star Trek Beyond is set to be part of a three film Star Trek movie marathon at participating AMC Theaters. See Star Trek Beyond early as part of AMC’s Star Trek movie marathon On Wednesday, July 20th, starting at 4:30pm, Star Trek (2009), Star Trek Into Darknes, […]
  • Bryan Fuller: New Star Trek Series Is Not An Anthology, Canon Characters Will Appear …Eventually
    24.06.2016 20:29:33
    Bryan Fuller, the showrunner of next year’s Star Trek television show on CBS All Access, recently sat down with Moviefone and revealed some details regarding the new series. Fuller made sure to clarify the show’s time period, previously reported as being after Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and before The Next Generation, was misreported. […]
  • Rihanna To Release STAR TREK BEYOND Single “Sledgehammer”
    24.06.2016 17:32:58
    Rihanna is set to release a new single that will be included on the STAR TREK BEYOND soundtrack, entitled “Sledgehammer”. Scroll down to check out the cover art for the single below. First spotted in a banner in the US iTunes store, by Pop Crave, the 28-year-old pop superstar’s new single will be heard in […]
  • Star Trek Night at Fenway Returns — And Hey, William Shatner Is Throwing Out The First Pitch!
    24.06.2016 13:52:22
    Boston Trekkies, listen up! Star Trek Night at Fenway Park returns on Friday, August 12 as the Boston Red Sox take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. Oh and I should probably mention Captain Kirk himself, William Shatner will be throwing out the first pitch! This year’s Star Trek Night at Fenway will kick off the first […]
  • Star Trek Showrunner Bryan Fuller Sheds Light On New TV Series Progress, Number of Episodes, Casting
    23.06.2016 21:10:04
    New Star Trek TV series showrunner Bryan Fuller spoke to Collider on the red carpet at the Saturn Awards on Wednesday. Highlights of the interview include: Fuller talking about what it’s like having the keys to Star Trek on TV, the amount of episodes slated for the first season, and where he and the rest […]
  • BREAKING: Official Star Trek Fan Film Guidelines Announced By CBS, Paramount
    23.06.2016 16:47:06
    As a result of the lawsuit between CBS and Paramount and Star Trek fan film studio Axanar Productions, the former two studios have released an official list of fan film guidelines. The list of guidelines include 10 rules fan film productions must follow. CBS and Paramount state they will not “object to, or take legal […]
  • The ‘Abramsverse’ Is No More
    23.06.2016 16:45:32
    For years, Star Trek fans, critics and detractors have struggled with what to call the rebooted Star Trek film franchise, which has so far included 2009’s Star Trek, 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness, and this summer’s Star Trek Beyond. In recent years, most have settled on unofficially calling them the “JJ-Verse” or “Abramsverse”, of course, […]
  • STAR TREK Forever Stamps Launching In The US On Sept. 2
    22.06.2016 18:45:32
    The United States Postal Service has announced the launch of the highly-anticipated Star Trek Forever stamps to celebrate to 50th anniversary of the franchise. A “first-day-of-issue” ceremony will take place on Friday Sept. 2, and will officially launch the Star Trek: Mission New York convention. The stamps will be available for pre-order the first week […]
  • The STAR TREK BEYOND Soundtrack Is Packed With Interesting Titles
    22.06.2016 17:28:56
    We’ve got our first look at the track listing for composer Michael Giacchino’s STAR TREK BEYOND soundtrack. The soundtrack which has been available for pre-order on Amazon for a few weeks, just received the finalized track titles. Scroll down to check those out. As usual with soundtrack titles, there may be some clues to what […]
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    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 …
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    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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  • Emmerichs Nächster wird das SciFi-Epos "Moonfall"
    25.06.2016 11:28:29
    Thema: Science Fiction Allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 25.06.2016 11:28: Gerade kommt sein "Independenc Day: Resurgeance" in die Kinos da bereitet Roland Emmerich bereits seinen nächsten Science Fiction Film vor, für den Universal Pictures die Rechte am dem spekulativen Script...
  • Neue Trailer zu Dan Browns "Inferno" mit Tom Hanks
    25.06.2016 11:19:09
    Thema: Mystery und Thriller 
    Von AllanDanton am 25.06.2016 11:19: Sony Pictures hat einen neuen amerikanischen und einen neuen internationen Trailer zu "Inferno" veröffentlicht, dem dritten Film basierend auf Dan Browns Romanen rund um den Synbologen Robert Langdon. Der Film kommt am 28....
  • Coleman kommt zu The CWs "Arrow"
    25.06.2016 11:09:45
    Thema: Comics allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 25.06.2016 11:09: "The Walking Dead" und "The Wire" Darsteller Char L. Coleman wurde für die wiederkehrende Rolle des Bösewichts Tobias Church gecastet und wird in der kommenden fünften Season von The CWs...
  • "Flash" geht Flashpoint an
    25.06.2016 11:01:39
    Thema: Comics allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 25.06.2016 11:01: Flashpoint wird zu The CWs "The Flash" kommen. ...
  • Neuer Trailer zu "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children"
    20.06.2016 19:01:21
    Thema: Fantasy Allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 20.06.2016 19:01: 20th Century Fox hat nun einen weiteren Trailer zum kommenden Film "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" veröffentlicht. Der Tim Burton-Film basiert auf dem Romanbestseller von Ransom Riggs und kommt am 30....
  • Marvel Videospiele sind nicht Bestandteil des MCU
    20.06.2016 18:57:15
    Thema: Comics allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 20.06.2016 18:57: Marvels Cinematic Universe ist ein umfassendes Crossover, das die Film- und Fernseh-Bereiche zusammenbringt, aber ansonsten weiteres Material außenvorläßt - im Gegensatz zu Star Wars, wo im Prinzip alles, was seit dem...
  • Anton Yelchin ist bei einem tragischen Autounfall ums Leben gekommen
    20.06.2016 18:44:56
    Thema: Darsteller, Autoren, Zeichner, usw. 
    Von AllanDanton am 20.06.2016 18:44: Der 27 Jahre junge, aufstrebende Schauspieler Anton Yelchin ist am Sonntag morgen bei einem tragischen Autounfall ums Leben gekommen. Er wurde von seinem eigenen Fahrzeug, welches sich selbstständig gemacht hat, in seiner eigenen Auffahrt...
  • Zano kommt zu "Legends of Tomorrow", zwei weitere zu "Arrow"
    17.06.2016 10:05:05
    Thema: Comics allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 17.06.2016 10:05: The CW hat Nick Zano für seine DC-Superhelden-Serie "Legends of Tomorrow" gecastet. Er wird Dr. Nate Heywood spielen, der in den Comics der Enkel des Justice Society of America Helden Commander Steel ist und irgendwann...
  • Donald Glover spielt bei "Spider-Man: Homecoming" mit
    17.06.2016 09:34:41
    Thema: Comics allgemein 
    Von AllanDanton am 17.06.2016 09:34: Donald Glover (The Martian) befindet sich in Verhandlungen für Marvel Studios kommenden "Spider-Man: Homecoming" bei Sony Pictures. Details zu Glovers Rolle wurde nicht bekanntgegeben. ...
  • Erster Trailer des neuen "Legend of Zelda" Spiels
    17.06.2016 09:22:51
    Thema: Computer- und Konsolen-Spiele 
    Von AllanDanton am 17.06.2016 09:22: Nintendo hat auf der E3 einen ersten Trailer zum kommenden "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" gezeigt. Das Spiel soll 2017 erscheinen und neben der Wii U auch als Starttitel für die neue Nintendo NX kommen. ...

 
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