A Lucasfilm Executive Is Not Pumped About Men-Only Screenings Of Star Wars( SIDE NOTE:is it right for all girl screenings of Wonder Woman?)

Star Wars is a franchise that is enjoyed by men and women alike, but in recent days at least one vocal Star Wars fan, author and filmmaker is loudly proclaiming the need for men-only screenings of the upcoming flick Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The news that Jack Posobiec is fighting for male screenings of the upcoming flick is coming after Alamo Drafthouse mentioned there will be a couple of ladies-only screenings of Wonder Woman happening this weekend. Only, in terms of Star Wars: The Last ...
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The First Trailer for Seth MacFarlane’s Star Trek Spoof The Orville Looks Perfect

When Star Trek Discovery is going to make it to the airwaves is anyone’s guess. Until then, though, we’ve got what looks like the next best thing: Seth MacFarlane’s spoof of the franchise, The Orville.  Fox just released the first trailer for the show, which stars MacFarlane and Adrianne Palicki as a divorced couple who are basically Kirk and Spock on a brand new spaceship with a suitably crazy crew. Here’s the trailer. There are no qualms that this show is exactly what it is, a spoof of S...
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‘Star Trek’ Icons Celebrate 50 Years of Going Where No One Has Gone Before

After a half a century, the ability of “Star Trek” to inspire people to strive for a better future remains a remarkable pop culture phenomenon. Few people understand the power of the franchise, and creator Gene Roddenberry’s vision, better than the performers and creators who have lived at the heart of the TV series and films. Several of them gathered at Comic-Con International in San Diego to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original series: William Shatner (“Star Trek”), Bre...
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SDCC: New “Star Trek” Series Gets Full Title, First Teaser Released

The 2017-debuting "Star Trek" series has a full title -- "Star Trek: Discovery" -- and a new teaser with the first look at the show's new starship, the U.S.S. Discovery, has been released. Check out the "Star Trek: Discovery" teaser below: The teaser was shown at the end of the Star Trek 50th Anniversary panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego, moderated by "Star Trek: Discovery" showrunner Bryan Fuller. Star Trek veterans William Shatner, Brent Spiner, Jeri...
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“Star Trek Beyond” Cast On the Enduring Importance of Gene Rodenberry’s Vision

  It’s hard to imagine, but the cast of the rebooted “Star Trek” franchise has now been the custodians of the characters for seven years. That’s more than twice as long as the original series was on the air, though they have logged fewer actual hours on the Bridge of the Enterprise. How Boldly Will “Star Trek Beyond” Go Where Other “Treks” Have Gone Before? With “Star Trek Beyond,” the third entry in the revitalized film series, it’s clear that the actors of second-iteration En...
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Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto Sign on For Fourth ‘Star Trek’ Movie

Even as production gets under way on “Star Trek Beyond,” a report indicates Paramount Pictures has already signed two of its stars to a potential fourth film in the rebooted franchise. According to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, the studio and Skydance Productions have locked in sequel options for Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto in last-minute negotiations that saw the entire cast receive raises. However, the website notes that Pine, who stars as Captain Kirk, is the big winner. He was paid $60...
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Why Star Trek Probably Won’t Get A New Show For Awhile

While some fans have been critical about the new Star Trek films, their overall success has helped revitalize the franchise. This led to rumors about Star Trekmaking a return to television after a decade-long absence. Last month, it was reported that CBS was working on a Star Trek series with X-Men: Apocalypsedirector Bryan Singer, but apparently that isn’t true. In fact, according to actor Jonathan Frakes, it’s unlikely we’ll see Star Trek return to the small screen at all in the coming yea...
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Star Trek TV Series Reportedly In The Works

A new TV series set in the universe of Star Trek is in development, according to Latino Review. The project will reportedly be headed to CBS, who have a long-standing relationship with Paramount, the producers of the film franchise, and who are getting into genre in a big way in the fall with Greg Berlanti's Supergirl. They have few details, although an earlier TV reboot titled Star Trek: Federation was proposed a few years back and they've heard that X-Men: Days of Future Past directo...
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