Romanian photographer Maximilian Teodorescu recently captured this dramatic photo of the International Space Station (ISS) as it drifted across the surface of the Moon. But looking at it a bit closer, you could be forgiven for thinking it was the starship Enterprise.
CineFix’s 8-bit Cinema series reimagines movies as classic video games. This time, they’ve pixellated the first rebooted Star Trek movie, turning some of its key scenes into frustratingly non-playable levels.
If you’re into colorful Star Trek art, then Bye Bye Robot has two new posters that you should be sure to check out. First up is “Landing Party,” a TOS-themed piece that depicts the main crew beaming while on an away mission. The artist, Drew Johnson, has given the transporter beams a unique flourish, using splashes of yellow to do so.
Star Wars fans may be able to pack an entire hotel with stormtroopers — but Star Trek fans are the best when it comes to off-the-wall ideas and obscure characters from throughout Trek‘s long history. TrekCore‘s Aaron Nadler took a bunch of photos at the Star Trek Chicago 2013, including fetish Klingons and Mirror Geordie.
From now until around 10AM PDT on June 21st, 2013, the Feature Episodes are once again offering their special, unique rewards* for completion! Don’t miss your chance to (re)play the Feature Episodes and earn limited-time rewards. Continue reading →
If you’re a Leonard Nimoy fan, the place to be this weekend will be the Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space in New York City. The Thalia will present the Nimoy-written one-man show Vincent, which centers on Vincent Van Gogh’s brother, Theo (played by Jean-Michel Richaud), who tries to set the record straight about his mercurial artist brother after rumors of his death start to spread across Paris. Continue reading →
OK, we’ve just come across what we think is the coolest Star Trek product ever (or at least this week). Diamond Select, at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con, will offer a Comic-Con exclusive: a fully cloaked Klingon Bird of Prey, based on of the Diamond Select’s most recent electronic starships. The cloaked Bird of Prey is cast entirely in transparent plastic, with all of the electronics removed, making it nearly invisible. Simple and brilliant. Like the standard edition, the product measures 12 inches long, with a 19-inch wingspan, but it also features a transparent display base and translucent landing gear.
Two of this summer’s blockbuster soundtracks come under scrutiny in this week’s Music in Film: Iron Man 3 and Star Trek Into Darkness…
Summer is here. How can you tell? One, it’s probably raining. Two, you can hear loud noises from inside the screening room when you stroll through your local cinema. And with blockbuster season in full swing, we’re taking a look here at two of the scores from this season’s big movies…
Now that the biggest secrets about Star Trek Into Darkness are out, the lid is being lifted on some of the smaller ones. For example, Film Sketcher, a blog devoted to concept design and storyboarding in science-fiction films and TV, and Clothes on Film, have unveiled concept designs – some used and some not — for the costumes seen in Star Trek Into Darkness. Michael Kaplan served as the costume designer on STID, and he recruited Constantine Sekeris, Christopher Ross, Keith Christensen and others to conceive the various designs for the Klingons, the Enterprise crew and, of course, Khan.
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