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WarnerMedia Nearing $500 Million Deal with JJ Abrams – Report

WarnerMedia is closing in on a deal with JJ Abrams‘ Bad Robot production company that could be worth as much as $500 million, according to Deadline.The move would put Abrams’ film business, responsible for hits such as “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and the three recent “Star Trek” films, under the WarnerMedia umbrella. It is […]

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William Shatner Defends Tarantino’s R-Rated ‘Star Trek’ With a Question to Fans

William Shatner is showing support for Quentin Tarantino’s R-rated “Star Trek” movie on social media. The actor who originated the role of Captain Kirk was asked his thoughts about Tarantino doing a more adult-skewing “Trek” movie, to which he asked, “Why are people plotzing about this?”“It’s my understanding that ‘Star Trek Discovery’ has used expletives […]

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Quentin Tarantino Confirms ‘Star Trek’ Script Is Written And Waiting For His Notes & That It’ll Definitely Be Rated R

When it comes to Quentin Tarantino’s involvement (or lack thereof) with a potential “Star Trek” film, it seems as if we simultaneously know a lot but also nothing at all. You see, we’ve been talking about this idea of a Tarantino-produced (and maybe directed?) film for well over a year now, but little has actually […]

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‘Galaxy Quest’ Is Getting a Live Concert at Comic-Con Featuring David Newman’s Score

How do you know when a movie has reached unimpeachable cult classic status? A live score rendition from the San Diego Symphony at Comic-Con is a pretty good indicator. “Galaxy Quest,” the sci-fi comedy starring Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Sam Rockwell, and Tony Shalhoub will get such star treatment this summer. Composer David […]

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: How Tig Notaro Best Embodied Starfleet’s Values in Season 2

“Star Trek” has a history of bringing in unexpected stars, all drawn to the franchise by their passion for the source material. And with the latest iteration, “Star Trek: Discovery,” that tradition has continued in a number of respects, but none more interesting than the casting of Tig Notaro as engineer Jett Reno, introduced in […]

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‘Hellboy’ Featurette Spotlights the Practical Effects; Listen to the New Theme Music

Lionsgate is making sure Hellboy is a movie that will be seared onto your eyeballs, and your eardrums. The studio released a new Hellboy featurette spotlighting the film’s gruesome practical effects and makeup, crafted by the Academy Award-winning make-up artist Joel Harlow, best known for his work on Star Trek. On top of that, our […]

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Jean-Luc Picard Pilot Lands ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Director Hanelle Culpepper

Last August, CBS All Access announced that Patrick Stewart, who either through science or unspeakable witchcraft has not aged since 1992, would reprise his Next Generation role of Jean-Luc Picard for a brand new Star Trek series. Now, the network has landed its director for the series’ first two episodes and it’s a bit of […]

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Celeste Yarnall, Alluring Actress of the 1960s, Dies at 74

Celeste Yarnall, who appeared opposite Elvis Presley in Live a Little, Love a Little, made a memorable appearance on Star Trek and donned a loincloth to play “the original flower child” in the jungle-set cult classic Eve, has died. She was 74.Yarnall, a “scream queen” who was terrorized by a headless monster in Beast of […]

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