While sitting down to watch my purchased copy of Star Trek on Blu-ray I notice a little oops. While this oops doesn’t take away from the film at any point there is greasy spot or two during one shot during the movie. I’ve done my best to capture it using my camera, but it can be seen best on your high-def screen… take a gander on the picture.
Lots of news to wrap into one little article. We’ve got news on Defendor, Lobo, Star Trek 2, Mission: Impossible 4, and some A-Team stuff. Let’s get started shall we!
It appears that the home video release date for the 2009 summer blockbuster Star Trek has trickled onto the internet. Paramount will be beaming their rejuvenated franchise into retail stores this November. So, mark your calendars. The new future will be yours to own, and give away as gifts, just in time for the Christmas holiday season. UPDATE: Full press release now included
Some of you Sci-Fi aficionados might recall an epsidoe of the original Star Trek called Trouble With Tribbles. Well it seems someone is letting them loose at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The author of the episode himself, David Garrold, has more on their arrival.
It’s fairly well known the Shatner is fairly pissed that he didn’t get to play Kirk in the new Star Trek movie. My opinion? I think his ego is a little too big, you’re an old man now, a funny old man, but still an old man. Shatner, I love you to death, but you need to move your ego aside. JJ Abrams offered you a cameo in the movie and you shot it down. Regardless, here’s a ...[Read More]
Last night saw the official world premiere of JJ Abrams new Star Trek film in Sydney, Australia. However, unbeknownst to Trekkies and non-Trekkies alike who were attending a screening of The Wrath of Khan at Alamo Drafthouse that they were in for a special treat.
All coordinates for Star Trek related material are locking in to take advantage of the release of the new Star Trek movie this May 8, 2009. Released once in High Definition on the now defunct HD DVD format, Season 1 of the original Star Trek series is now getting its Blu-Ray counterpart.
The latest Star Trek movie hasn’t even hit theatres yet, but bosses at Paramount aren’t waiting to get things rolling on a sequel.