Director Jennifer Kroot talks with SPINOFF about capturing George Takei just as his career reignited, again: “Do you only get three acts, or is it like a cat? He gets six more.”
The increasingly in-demand actor discusses the future of Star Trek and his hesitation about revisiting Heroes while previewing his documentary series The Chair.
As “Edge of Tomorrow” introduced audiences to its take on the mech suit, we look back at some of the most memorable sci-fi movie weapons – from Death Stars to phasers.
This week we boldly go back to 1968 to discover whether the famed “first interracial kiss on American network television” was originally supposed to be between Star Trek‘s Uhura and Spock.
Nothing was off limits when Star Trek‘s John de Lancie thrilled a packed house at Emerald City Comicon about stripping down on the U.S.S Enterprise, producing a Brony documentary and more.
Brian Cronin boards the Jupiter 2 in hopes of finding the origins of the well-known robotic response.
The Attack the Block director is reportedly the top choice to direct the third film in Paramount’s rebooted Star Trek series.
Michael Giacchino, the composer for both of J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek films, talks with Spinoff Online about stepping further away from the iconic scores of earlier installments of the franchise.