The show will now be known as “Star Trek: Discovery.” The ‘Discovery’ part of the title is the name of the new Starship.
Posted below are three clips from the new film, which stars Chris Pine as Kirk, Zachary Quinto as Spock, and Karl Urban on McCoy. Justin Lin directs.
The entire cast from the previous two films return for this new entry in the franchise. Joining the cast this time around is Idris Elba as the primarily villain and Sofia Boutella in an unknown alien role.
Four years after the end of the Original Star Trek Series (1966-69), Paramount commissioned “Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973-74) to run Saturday mornings on NBC, with the first episode debuting September 8, 1973.
In the footage (and pics) shown, we get our first glimpse at the new Starfleet uniforms along with our first look at a new alien (played by Sofia Boutella of “Kingsmans: The Secret Service).
Benedict Cumberbatch was recently on “The Graham Norton Show.” Aside from doing a couple spot on voice impressions and talking about his fear of the word “Penguins,” he was asked if he was in the new “Star Trek” film. You’ll have to watch the video below for his answer. Don’t fear, it’s near the beginning. But the whole thing is worth a view. He also answers if he has a part in the new “Star Wars” film.
Original Story * Okay, so I changed my mind and decided to begin the contest with its own separate posting instead of hiding it inside a random posting. I just thought it was more fair that way. And if you’re saying ‘what?’ then don’t worry about it. It’s not important.
Many times since the beginning of this site, I’ve provided downloadable content such as TV and Movie Scripts, Photo Novels, Storyboards and such that you might not find elsewhere on the net. So for the remainder of the week I thought I’d throw up a bunch of various things from older and more popular films that you might not have seen before. Many of these things are in the forms of Press Books, Movie Souvenir Books and an occasional Press Kit or two (all downloadable).
What is a Fotonovel you ask? They are these cool little books with wall to wall photos and word balloons. They are very similar to comic books, only they are using real photos from television episodes or feature films and are presented in a paperback book format. And for some strange reason, I am absolutely fascinated by these things.