With J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness, the long-running franchise is less interested in exploring new worlds, and weighing moral choices, and more focused on blowing things up.
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While Star Trek Into Darkness doesn’t hurt for visual spectacle, it falls short of the 2009 reboot in terms of character and plot development as J.J. Abrams & Co. focus their attentions on ratcheting up the action.
This week, Brian Cronin beams aboard to determine whether Dr. McCoy’s medical instruments on the original Star Trek were really just fancy salt shakers.
This week, Brian Cronin transports us back to 1980 to determine whether Leonard Nimoy made the death of Spock a condition of his participation in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
A Boston resident, Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert reflects on the Marathon bombing, the good that people have done in the wake of the tragedy, and why myth matters.
With less than a month until the premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness J.J. Abrams and Paramount Pictures have released seven character posters, and a new clip showing off Captain Kirk’s unorthodox piloting skills.
Paramount Pictures has debuted the first clip from J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness starring Chris Pine, Benedict Cumberbatch and Zachary Quinto. The film opens May 17.
The reaction of The Avengers star Mark Ruffalo to a “Science Bros,” a homoerotic meme featuring Bruce Banner and Tony Stark, perfectly illustrates the changing attitude of actors, movie studios and TV networks to slash fiction.
Paramount Pictures has released a new clip, U.K. television spot and four posters for director J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness, which opens May 17.
Paramount Pictures has released a new poster and a dozen high-resolution images for director J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness, which opens May 17 nationwide.
In this week’s “TV Legends Revealed,” Brian Cronin explores whether civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. convinced actress Nichelle Nichols to remain on Star Trek following the first season.
President Obama’s recent “Jedi mind meld” flub, and his humorous attempt to correct it, reminds us that from the White House to the Pentagon to Buckingham Palace, nerds hold the seats of power and influence.