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President Obama Picks His Favorite Sci-Fi Films and TV Shows
President Obama Picks His Favorite Sci-Fi Films and TV Shows
Politics is a total mess these days, but here’s some news out of Washington that veeryone can enjoy. President Obama is the guest editor of the new Wired Magazine, and as part of his work for the publication, he shared his favorite science-fiction movies and television shows. The POTUS even went to the trouble of provide helpful links to where you can watch each of the shows or films online. What a guy.
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ May Use the Late Majel Barrett’s Voice
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ May Use the Late Majel Barrett’s Voice
There’s no one measure of Majel Barrett’s contribution to Star Trek, whether Nurse Chapel, Lwaxana Troi or the omnipresence of computer voices in later seasons, but Star Trek: Discovery may pay more tribute to Barrett than its “Number One” lead. According to reports, Barrett’s digitized voice may also feature into the new series as well.
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Boss Teases ‘Number One’ Lead, Time Travel
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Boss Teases ‘Number One’ Lead, Time Travel
The absence of Star Trek on TV has created a mystery around CBS’ All-Access Star Trek: Discovery, one we’re likely to wait for official announcements in October. Still, a new report suggests the main character will go by a familiar name, while Bryan Fuller will split the work with new showrunners, and avoid certain Trek mainstays.
To Slowly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before: In Defense of ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’
To Slowly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before: In Defense of ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’
The poster for Star Trek: The Motion Picture is so dramatic. The faces of William Shatner’s Captain Kirk, Leonard Nimoy’s Mr. Spock, and Persis Khambatta’s Lieutenant Ilia refracted through a rainbow spectrum of light. That image promises excitement beyond imagination. Adventure! Passion! Every color under the rainbow!
Comic-Con 2016: ‘Star Trek’ Sets 50th Anniversary Panel With Bryan Fuller
Comic-Con 2016: ‘Star Trek’ Sets 50th Anniversary Panel With Bryan Fuller
If ever you thought that Comic-Con 2016 would miss out on the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, Bryan Fuller has your back. The future CBS Trek showrunner will host a starship-sized 50th anniversary panel featuring the likes of William Shatner, Jeri Ryan and members of all Trek, along with likely details of the new series.
CBS ‘Star Trek’ Confirms Weekly Premieres, All-Access Plans
CBS ‘Star Trek’ Confirms Weekly Premieres, All-Access Plans
Apart from the excitement of a new TV Star Trek series on the horizon, Trekkies had to wonder how CBS might structure the new All-Access series after its network premiere. Rest assured, CBS intends to keep to the weekly model over Netflix’s binge drop, while network brass hopes to debut even more new All-Access series in the years to come.
Bryan Fuller’s CBS ‘Star Trek’ Will Film in Toronto This Fall
Bryan Fuller’s CBS ‘Star Trek’ Will Film in Toronto This Fall
Bryan Fuller’s new CBS Star Trek has yet to confirm any real production details beyond the creative talent involved, but the streaming sci-fi series may yet explore strange new worlds, seek out new life and new civilizations up north. We’re talking of Canada, of course, as rumor has it the new series will diverge from its predecessors with a Toronto production.
Report: CBS ‘Star Trek’ Series Returning to Original Franchise Continuity
Report: CBS ‘Star Trek’ Series Returning to Original Franchise Continuity
Among the many questions raised by CBS’ announcement of a new All-Access streaming Star Trek for 2017 under Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller, fans had to wonder if a TV return would follow the J.J. Abrams reboot films, return to the original timeline, or perhaps exist independent of both. Now, reports suggest that not only is the original continuity back in play, we know which Star Trek properties the new CBS iteration will fall between.

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