There's an animated 'Star Trek' show, a dark and mysterious drama and some exciting archive films, including 'Trainwreck', coming to Amazon Prime Video UK.
The actor shot to fame as Captain James T Kirk, commander of the starship USS Enterprise, in the sci-fi series, which originally ran from 1966 to 1969.
The anti-hero confronts Sir Patrick Stewart’s Jean-Luc Picard in the tense one-minute teaser.
The star of "Senior Moment" and "Star Trek" says that the #MeToo movement caught older generations by surprise.
Star Trek's William Shatner threatens to stop selling merchandise to UK over costly international trading changes
The fourth instalment of the rebooted Star Trek franchise has lost two main cast members following failed pay negotiations. According to a new report, Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth won't be appearing in Star Trek 4. The Hollywood Reporter states that both actors have walked away after failing to come to an agreement with Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media.
David Gerrold eerily predicted the rise of the smartphone in a 1999 tech column.
The Orville is basically just Star Trek fan-fiction - but in the grand scheme of things, that's not the worst thing to be.
The distinct looking five-foot sword, known as a bat'leth, comprises of four blades and is designed for use by Klingons from the Star Trek universe.
George Takei, an LGBT-rights advocate known for his role as Mr. Sulu in "Star Trek," tells Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga about discussing same-sex marriage with Donald Trump well before Trump was a presidential candidate. Trump told Takei he believes in traditional marriage, but Takei says, "He doesn't practice it."
George Takei, known for his role as Mr. Sulu in "Star Trek," spoke to Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga about his petition to stand up for Muslims in the United States in reaction to President-elect Donald Trump's proposed temporary Muslim immigration ban. He compared the ban to his experience as a Japanese-American during World War II: “That was what happened to us,” Takei told Golodryga. “Overnight after Pearl Harbor, we were characterized as the enemy. We were looked at with fear and suspicion and outright hatred.”
It was recently revealed that Michelle Yeoh would be playing Captain Han Bo of the USS Shenzhou in the new CBS drama, Star Trek: Discovery. Since that announcement, there’s been some further news about the rest of the cast. Most significantly, Sonequa Martin-Green has been cast in the role of Lieutenant Commander Rainsford, the series’ lead. Martin-Green is best known for playing Sasha Williams on The Walking Dead, as well as Courtney Williams in The Good Wife, also a CBS production.
In a recent interview with ComingSoon, Nicholas Meyer (executive producer, and writer of the second episode, on the new series) revealed that Michelle Yeoh would have a part in Star Trek: Discovery.
Star Trek: Discovery will still follow Fuller’s basic plan and the mythology he penned, and CBS is said to be quite happy with the work he’s done so far. It’s being said that the main reason for the split was to do with Fuller’s workload – he’s already showrunning two other programmes at the same time, with Star Trek: Discovery as the third - hence the new set up which allows him to remain involved but with a significantly reduced time commitment. Indeed, Discovery’s airdate had already been pushed back from January 2017 to May 2017 – supposedly CBS was unwilling to push it back further, because of the importance of the Star Trek property to their new streaming platform.
Bryan fuller is no longer the ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ showrunner. According to Variety, the 47-year-old television producer has stepped back from the upcoming new ‘Star Trek’ TV show… with Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts taking over. “Bryan Fuller is stepping back from the showrunner role of CBS’ ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ as he juggles production responsibilities on two other series,” they revealed.
More often than not, people are inclined to highlight episodes from Voyager or Enterprise as the lowest of the low, in keeping with the poor reputation those iterations of Star Trek enjoy. The Enemy Within was first broadcast on October 6th 1966, the fifth episode of Star Trek ever to air. You’d probably know it, if at all, as the one where Kirk gets split in two, with William Shatner giving fairly memorable performances as “evil Kirk” and “good Kirk”.