Trek Web has indicated that William Shatner revealed more about his recent meeting with Star Trek XI producer J.J. Abrams at a fan convention in Springfield, Massachusetts this past Saturday night (Nov. 11). Bill referred to his last appearance in a Trek film, which was “Star Trek VII: Generations” when he made the following comment. […]
In an interview with TVGuide.com, William Shatner â€” out to promote his new ABC game show (Show Me the Money, previewing Nov. 14) as well as the Boston Legal Season 2 DVD (in stores Nov. 21) â€” revealed that he has, in fact, had “a long talk” with J.J. Abrams about the Lost creator’s in-the-works […]
JJ Abrams was in Beverly Hills this past Wednesday to present an Atrios Award to his longtime casting director April Webster. TrekMovie.com was there and got a moment to talk a little Trek XI. Abrams confirmed their earlier story on the current status and Spring 2007 production start. He also explained why he hasnâ€™t yet […]
And who was DeForest Kelley? A very private man. Among the handful of people who came to know the actor and his wife Carolyn up close and personal was Kristine M. Smith, a fan-turned-friend of the Kelleys’ and DeForest’s personal assistant and caregiver during the last three months of his life. DeForest had been Kristine’s […]
We were able to get our hands on this little nugget (don’t ask us how) that reveals some interesting behind-the-scenes casting goings-on when STAR TREK: The Next Generation was first proposed back in the late 1980′s. This information might be nearly 20 years old but it still makes for interesting coffee table chat. This memo […]
“After a lot of persuading… I have decided to keep doing Section 31 for the time being. But this will be the last season. I am going to wrap up the arc after all.
The reason for this is varied. But the big reason is an outpouring of e-mail I have gotten since announcing I was killing it off. Especially from people in the blind community who have felt that the TV series has not really catered to them and their ilk. And my Section 31 being a pro-level audio Trek series has been something a lot of people seem to like.”
Director/Producer/Writer J.J. Abrams told TVGuide.com that the story for the “Star Trek: XI” movie is shaping up, “The framework is firmly in place, the script is being written now, and we are incredibly enthusiastic about it,” Abrams said. Not spilling the plot of the developing script, Abrams also refused to address casting questions and averted […]
In the rumored story that Tom Cruise wanted to make a cameo appearance on the next Star Trek flick, a spokesperson for Cruise flatly denies the story. Of course, when the rumor first hit the news wires, SoSF and every other entertainment news agency across the globe did a blurb on it; we even give […]
In a recent interview with iF MAGAZINE, actress Nichelle Nichols (Star Trek’s Uhura) talks about how it felt to walk back onto the bridge of the Enterprise after all these years: “The nice part about it is it is 40 years later, and the nice part about that is we are celebrating the 40th anniversary […]
The Star Trek dedicated website TrekWeb is reporting that actor Tom Cruise, friend of director J.J. Abrams, is rumored to be very interested in appearing in the next movie installment in the Star Trek franchise. Tom is said to be a huge fan of Star Trek and would be delighted to make a cameo in […]
Submitted by: Kyle Nin (SoSF Staff Reporter) Source: IGN Star Trek XI — the prequel film that could bring big changes to the franchise — is still on the drawing board at the moment, but the movie could be given an official green light for production this winter. According to The Trek Movie Report, the […]
Christie’s estimated the auction would bring in about $3 million, but the auction house apparently underestimated the Star Trek faithful.
For instance, Christie’s estimated that a replica of the Starship Enterprise used in “Star Trek: The Next Generation” would command between $25,000 and $35,000.
The actual haul? $576,000.
Christie’s boldly went Thursday where no auction house has gone before, kicking off a three-day sale of “Star Trek” memorabilia from the archives of CBS Paramount Television Studios. From costumes and props to blueprints and furniture, the auction featured more than 1,000 lots.