Tag Archives: Star Trek

Interview: Adam Nimoy on his father Leonard, growing up with Star Trek and his doco For The Love Of Spock

When the unimaginable happens and a timeless fictional character is killed off in a favourite book, TV series or film, it can hurt. Spending so many hours sitting down and completely losing yourself in a fantasy world, whether on page or screen, can take its toll.... Continue Reading

The 2016 SciFi Film Festival Line-Up has been announced and it’s out of this world

Australia’s only SciFi Film Festival is set to stun with its line-up of blockbuster premieres, features, and shorts from around the world. The festival will run over the course of five days in October at The Ritz, Randwick and will give sci-fi lovers a chance to splurge on an abundance of out-of-this-world sci-fi films, as well as a chance to learn from the best with a workshop from illustrator Tani Kunitake (Star Wars: Episode VIII, The Matrix)... Continue Reading

CBS confirms Star Trek: Discovery will feature a female lead.

CBS has announced that Star Trek: Discovery will have a female lead, Variety confirmed. CBS Television Studios, who are producing the latest series, are still in the process of casting the lead role. Variety confirmed that the female lead will “not necessarily be a captain.” Though no one has been official cast in the role, Executive Producer Bryan Fuller is expected to provide further details at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.... Continue Reading

Netflix to be the International home of the iconic Star Trek television franchise

Netflix and CBS Studios International have announced a landmark international licensing agreement for the new Star Trek television series. Netflix will be the exclusive premiere home of Star Trek in 188 countries (excluding the US and Canada).  Each episode of the new series will be available globally within 24 hours of its U.S. premiere.... Continue Reading

Paramount Pictures have announced a fourth Star Trek film

We’re merely two days away from Star Trek: Beyond’s release in Australia and Paramount Pictures, Bad Robot and Skydance have let the world know that the series isn’t over yet, with a fourth film in the rebooted franchise already in the works – the fourteenth cinematic release in the iconic sci-fi brand’s impressive 50 years.... Continue Reading