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‘Rogue Squadron’: Chris Pine Has Spoken To Patty Jenkins About Her ‘Star Wars’ Film But Says He’s Not Involved

Chris Pine has ventured into the world of “Star Trek” as Captain Kirk in the most recent film reboot franchise. He’s also shown up in two “Wonder Woman” films. Pine has even voiced Peter Parker in “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” Hell, we might see him in a “Dungeons & Dragons” film, as well. All that […]

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Mark Hamill, James Gunn, William Shatner Skewer Space Force for Ripping Off Their Franchises

Vice President Mike Pence announced on December 19 that personnel in the Space Force branch of the U.S. Armed Forces will be officially called Guardians, which prompted some wisecracking from writer-director James Gunn. Since Space Force’s new “Guardians” title overlaps with Gunn’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise, the filmmaker shot back at the vice president […]

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‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Movie: Chris Pine In Talks To Play The Dashing Hero

Paramount Pictures and Hasbro/eOne are on a great quest for an actor to play a fantasy hero and they may have just found them. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that “Star Trek” franchise actor Chris Pine is now in talks with the studio to take the heroic lead in their upcoming “Dungeons & Dragons” remake.Read […]

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The Best Sci-Fi Movies of the 21st Century, from ‘Children of Men’ to ‘Her’

Editor’s note: This list was originally published in 2017, but it has been updated with 10 new entries and re-ranked.Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links.Science fiction isn’t easily defined, but in determining the top 35 sci-fi movies of the last […]

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‘Star Trek’ Composer Michael Giacchino Heads Back Into Space for a Sci-Fi-Themed Solo Album

Composer Michael Giacchino has finally managed to realize a long-held dream: his first solo album, released Friday, which combines science-fiction storytelling with lounge music and an overall theme that is unexpectedly relevant to our times.It’s called simply “Travelogue, Volume 1,” and is credited to “Michael Giacchino and his Nouvelle Modernica Orchestra.” Mondo is releasing it […]

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Is TV’s First VFX-Heavy Show to Do Entire Post-Production from Home

It’s one thing to present a hopeful vision of the future, it’s another to break new ground in the present.With its third season, “Star Trek: Discovery” has achieved both — to eye-popping effect in some cases, to invisible seamlessness in others. In fact, it’s hard to think of any other season of “Star Trek” in […]

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‘Up’ and ‘Lost’ Composer Michael Giacchino Unveils First Track from His Debut Solo Album — Exclusive

Since getting his start in composing over three decades ago, Michael Giacchino has covered a lot of ground: video games, working with J.J. Abrams on “Lost” and “Star Trek,” scoring Pixar films like “Coco” and “Up” (for which he won an Oscar), and most recently on the upcoming “The Batman.” So when the pandemic struck […]

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‘Star Trek’: CBS All Access to Feature Free Marathon and Panels to Celebrate Franchise

U.S. Trekkies will be able to beam themselves onto CBS All Access for a free “Star Trek” marathon on September 8. CBS is preparing to celebrate the sci-fi franchise’s 54th anniversary with a 24-hour event that will boast panels from nine “Star Trek” series, as well as announcements about CBS All Access’ “Star Trek” universe.The […]

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