Much of Star Trek Beyond takes place on an alien planet the crew gets stranded on after the destruction of the Enterprise. In this concept art by Victor Martinez, you can get a closer look at some designs for the planet, some ships that never made it to screen, and more.
It’s 2016, and things are looking pretty grim. As prognosticators of the future, io9 is here to assess the present, and remind everyone that as bad things are, they can always get much, much worse—and they are much, much worse in mirror universes and parallel worlds. Here are 16 alternate realities that make the…
Se acerca el mes de agosto y con él llega un nuevo catálogo de películas y series para Netflix. Muchas llegan, otras se van, y entre estas veremos varios clásicos de ciencia-ficción y fantasía, además del estreno de un gran número de producciones originales de Netflix, incluyendo la película de El Principito.
CBS merely announced the name of the upcoming Star Trek TV series, and gave us the briefest glimpse of its titular ship, the Discovery. What could it possibly reveal about the show? Well, if you’re a Star Trek nerd like we are, it can tell you a lot—including when in the timeline the series might take place.
In a packed panel during San Diego Comic-Con, the name of the new Star Trek series—which, in the grand tradition of Star Trek, is also the name of the ship—was revealed. In a press conference after the panel, executive producers Bryan Fuller and Heather Kadin gave just a few more details about the show.
Behold the U.S.S. Discovery, designation NCC-1031. What’s really cool is that it’s based on concept art the legendary Ralph McQuarrie did for the first Trek motion picture. See it in action in the show’s first teaser!
Celebrating a half-century of all things Starfleet, Star Trek 50: Artists 50 Years is a wonderful art exhibit that kicking off at this year’s Comic-Con before hitting the road to Las Vegas, Toronto, New York, and other cities (the full list is here). But if you can’t make it to those, here are a few pieces from inside…
If you’re half-Vulcan, half-human, go ahead and grab a box of tissues before you hit play. Because honestly, if you still miss the dearly departed Leonard Nimoy, this will tug at your heartstrings like they were a Vulcan lute.
En los próximos días se estrena la tercera película de Star Trek desde que la saga tuviera su reboot en el año 2009. Esta vez una nueva amenaza se presenta para el Capitán Kirk, Spock y toda la tripulación del USS Enterprise, y no sabemos de qué se trata... o sí, gracias a este tráiler que arruina la sorpresa.
This is weird. A new commercial for Star Trek Beyond, which is available on Paramount’s YouTube page, completely spoils the end of the movie. And not in the broad sense of showing our heroes win, but in the specific sense of giving away something that’s supposed to be a big twist.
Good news if you live in one of 188 countries that isn’t the United States or Canada: you’ll be able to stream CBS’ new Star Trek show on Netflix just 24 hours after each episode debuts stateside. US viewers, however, will still have to pony up six bucks per month to watch it on CBS All Access.
La nueva serie de Star Trek llegará a España y Latinoamérica a través de Netflix. La cadena de televisión CBS junto al guionista y productor Bryan Fuller están desarrollando una nueva serie para formar parte del universo de Star Trek, y se estrenará en el 2017. En España y Latinoamérica podremos verla gracias a…
Would you like to cameo as an alien in an upcoming Star Trek movie? Step one: Acquire several billion dollars. Apparently the movie cameo comes free of charge.
Star Trek Beyond isn’t in theaters yet, but it sounds like a fourth film is already taking shape, at least according to J.J. Abrams. The director of Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) says that Chris Hemsworth, who made a cameo in his pre-Thor days as Captain Kirk’s doomed father, will return.
One day, one of the new Star Trek films will be more than the sum of its parts—the parts being a nearly perfect cast. But until then we have Star Trek Beyond, a movie that is half-entertaining and half-frustrating.
Here’s another 50th-anniversary event to add to the growing list of Star Trek hoopla, and it might be the coolest one yet: a chance to tour the Star Trek: The Original Series set exactly as it appeared in 1966, thanks to the amazingly precise recreation efforts of Trek megafan James Cawley.
We’ve covered the news that the Sulu of Star Trek Beyond is gay, and the arguments on both sides. But here’s something a bit different—tucked into a second response addressing George Takei’s disappointment, co-writer Simon Pegg has shared his explanation for this change, given that the movie timeline only diverged…
Star Trek Beyond doesn’t just have a gay Hikaru Sulu or the backing of a Rihanna song, it’s also got Idris Elba as Krall, its sinister and cranky villain who hates everything Kirk and pals stand for. Now you can get to know him Krall day and Krall night long in a new featurette focusing on the character.
We’re just a few weeks away from the premiere of the crown jewel of the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: the release of Star Trek Beyond. To celebrate both events, an online art collective called the Poster Posse did a ton of very cool Trek art, and we decided to pick out just a few of our favorites for your viewing…
Desde que en el año 1966 llegara la primera serie de Star Trek esta franquicia se ha convertido en algo de culto. Y por eso muchos cineastas y aficionados han querido crear sus propias historias y cortometrajes con el paso de los años, pero un fanático fue más allá al durar ocho años haciendo su propia película en …