Star Trek Into Darkness director J.J. Abrams chats with Spinoff Online about his rationale for making Khan the villain, and explores his uniquely mysterious way of making movies.
This week Brian Cronin boldly goes back to the 1980s to discover whether an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation wasn’t produced because it featured two gay Enterprise crew members
In the first installment of Spinoff Online’s “Blu-ray Collector,” Todd Gilchrist assesses such new releases as Star Trek Into Darkness, Star Trek: Stardate Collection and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Complete Season 8.
As Star Trek Into Darkness arrives on Blu-ray, producer and co-writer Alex Kurtzman talks with Spinoff Online about the many questions fans had about director J.J. Abrams’ sequel.
As news emerges that franchise veterans Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are returning to write Star Trek 3, rumors circulate that Paramount Pictures’ quest for a director may center on Jon M. Chu and Rupert Wyatt.
In an exclusive clip from the Trek Nation Special Edition DVD, which goes on sale Tuesday, fan-favorite actor Wil Wheaton reminisces about meet Gene Roddenberry during a disastrous audition for Star Trek: The Next Generation.
With even director J.J. Abrams acknowledging Alice Eve’s underwear scene in Star Trek Into Darkness was gratuitous, Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert considers when nudity (or near-nudity) serves the story, and when it only titillates.
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.