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Simon Pegg Co-Writing New Draft of STAR TREK 3

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To bring you up to warp speed regarding the upcoming Star Trek sequel you should know that last month director Roberto Orci who departed the movie confirmed that the draft he wrote of Star Trek 3 would not be used. The movie now has two new writers, Simon Pegg (you’ve heard of him) and Doug

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The Best Time Travel Movies

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This weekend Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt use time to try and conquer aliens in Edge of Tomorrow. It was almost 25 years ago when Marty McFly used time to escape Libyens and in the process mess up his existence; it’s the age old story really. Theirs are no movies quite as entertaining as a

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Roberto Orci Confirmed to Direct the Next STAR TREK Movie

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With J.J. Abrams busy (and hopefully lens flare free) in another galaxy far, far away, Paramount has been searching for a new director to take the helm of the Star Trek series. Following a recent report that he was after the job, Variety is reporting that Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness writer/producer Roberto

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STAR TREK: ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE COLLECTION Is $29.99!

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Oh Star Trek, will I ever not post about you?  No…no.  Today’s Gold Box Deal of the Day is a great one for Star Trek fans, The Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection is available for $29.99 on Blu-ray!  So that’s Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek

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City of Films’ REEL DEALS – Star Trek Blu-ray Spectacular!

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Holy smokes!  Amazon just unveiled a Deal of the Week that’s as hot as Vulcan!  All three seasons of Star Trek: The Original Series on Blu-ray, three seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation on Blu-ray,  one season of Star Trek: Enterprise on Blu-ray, and they’re all super cheap!  The complete set of The Original

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Our Favorite Sci-Fi Movies (That Don’t Begin with “Star”)

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Science Fiction has always played a pivotal role in cinema. It is a means by which we can look into the future and speculate as to what “could be”. Our only limit is our imaginations, and our imaginations provide an infinite number of possibilities. With that being said there have been some incredible films that

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My Top Ten Favourite Episodes of STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE

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Here it is folks, the final day of Star Trek Week! Star Trek: Enterprise (ENT), or simply Enterprise as it was known for the first two years, was the series that many fans blame for killing Star Trek.  It premiered the same year Voyager ended and by that point it was felt that Star Trek

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My Top Ten Favourite Episodes of STAR TREK: VOYAGER

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It’s day four of Star Trek Week!  I see Graham and Ryan checking the clock and looking annoyed.  Don’t worry guys, it’s almost over! Star Trek: Voyager (VOY) came around during a period of maximum Star Trek saturation.  Voyager premiered only a year after TNG ended and only two years after DS9 premiered.  This is

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