Now that Roberto Orci is no longer directing the third Star Trek movie, the film like is a ship without a captain. But there's someone with both captaining and film directing experience who's more than willing to take the job — former first officer William T. Riker, a.k.a. Jonathan Frakes.
We've been wondering just how Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. would connect to the Marvel cinematic universe, and it looks like one of those connections is imminent. The events of an upcoming episode of the show will immediately follow the action of Thor: The Dark World.
After Star Trek: Enterprise finally lurched into its grave, everybody had ideas for restoring Star Trek to its former television glory. And, as Jonathan Frakes mentioned a while back, both William Shatner and Bryan Singer pitched TV shows.
Star Trek hasn't been on television since Enterprise went away in 2005, but that's not for lack of trying. Not only did Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies) pitch a show, but so did past stars William Shatner and Jonathan Frakes.
In this kind of adorable interview, Jonathan Frakes and Marina Sirtis pitch their idea for a sitcom about Star Trek: The Next Generation's favorite couple — and, you know, it's not bad.
Everyone who's been complaining that Dollhouse pulled a bait-and-switch, showing us a post-apocalyptic world at the end of season one, then failing to revisit it in season two: quitcher bitchin'. We saw the roots of that dystopia last night.
Is it so wrong that I'm more excited for another installment of Noah Wylie's The Librarian TV movies than I would be for a fifth Indiana Jones? In any case, one of those things is appearing on Sunday, and it's not Indy.
If you had the power to stop time for everyone except yourself, what would you do? If you answered, "Help my dorky friend win a turntablism contest at a really lame rave," then you and Jonathan "Riker" Frakes are two great minds who think alike. This scene from the Frakes-directed Clockstoppers is possibly the…
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Title: Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Vitals: The Enterprise is voyaging again, but humans have outgrown all our…