Thanks to Deadline, we have word that Quentin Tarantino (The Hateful Eight) pitched an idea for a Star Trek film to J.J. Abrams. Now, a writer’s room is going to be assembled with a group of pros hearing Tarantino out, with the possibility of Quentin himself directing the film. Read more
The role that film plays in society and the impact it has had on wider popular culture over the last century or so is almost possible to overstate. A rather telling example of this comes in the form of a study done by VisitBritain, which estimates that in 2001, approximately 20% of the 23 million visitors to the UK did so simply because of the way the country has been portrayed on television and film. If this isn’t enough to convince you of the indelible impact that the film industry has on our lives then you need to look no further than the rise in collection of movie memorabilia over the last 25 years or so. Read more
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Giveaway! To celebrate the Blu-ray release of Star Trek Beyond on DVD/Blu-ray this week we are giving away one copy on Blu-ray as well as the chance to win one of TWO limited edition posters designed by Matt Taylor (Mondo). Enter here! Read more
I think I might be done with Star Trek. The reboot universe just isn’t doing it for me, despite the beautiful homoerotic undertones of new Kirk’s relationship with new Spock. If you’re a fan of the series, particularly the new series, you might want read some other review. Even Rotten Tomatoes liked this film more than I did. Star Trek Beyond is a hyperactive mess, it tries so hard and comes so close and then steadfastly fails to deliver. There were many many good elements, small things done well, even big things done well, but none of it came together as a whole. There’s gonna be mild spoilers in this review but nothing you can’t get from just watching the trailer. Read more
From Paramount Home Media Distribution and director J.J. Abrams comes the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Re-Release of global blockbusters STAR TREK and STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS. The two titles are available to own now in 4K UHD Blu-ray Combo Pack!
STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN Director’s Edition arrives for the first time ever on Blu-ray June 7, 2016 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. As part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Star Trek franchise, this classic film has been digitally remastered in high definition with brilliant picture quality and will be presented in both Nicholas Meyer’s Director’s Edition and the original theatrical version.
[Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo 2016] During Karl Urban’s panel at this past weekend’s annual CCEE16, the Star Trek Beyond actor teased the upcoming new film and potential death(s) for major characters as well as his excitement for new Dredd and much more.
I’ve mentioned elsewhere that I was a ‘Con newbie. I don’t really know why I never went before and was overwhelmed when I arrived. I’d just gotten out of a great couple of panels and was taking a breather when I realized I was starving. Maybe it was the sight of Keven’s poutine or maybe it was the many cups of free coffee (they had free coffee!) that I’d had, but I needed to eat right away. Luckily there was a food truck right outside with practically no line-up.
CBS has announced today that it is developing a brand new Star Trek television series which will air in January 2017 from executive producer Alex Kurtzman.
Star Trek Beyond, the third film in the new franchise, is directed by Justin Lin (Fast & Furious franchise) and stars Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, Anton Yelchin, John Cho and Idris Elba as the new villain. The film hits theatres July 8, 2016 (2 months before the franchise’ 50th anniversary).