Star Trek is an American science fiction entertainment franchise created by Gene Roddenberry.
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"Think I'm gonna watch star trek :)" Let's watch it at the same time so it feels like we're both there, sthu
Superman and Star Trek will have the Iron Man 3 writers weeping about how badly they screwed up with that plot twist
Watched Star Trek again and it was even better!!!
Somebody at work has the Star Trek communicator sound as their ringtone. So annoying.
NASA has announced it is to fund construction of the world’s first ever 3D food printer.The American space company has given a $125,000 grant to mechanical engineer Anjan Contractor, who has already designed the machine.
Saw Star Trek yesterday. Was perdy gewd. Benedict made the movie.
Wish these were in better shape. The robin hood is songs from the movie. And Star Trek and Superman…
my very first v-blog is gonna talk about a very late review of Star Trek Into Darkness and. . .
I'm hoping to also cash in on the Star Trek release, dr who 50th anniversary and the new Star Wars - exciting times
Star Trek after bible study tonight ... Yep I'm that cool
Approve of recognizing Michael Shannon palying Zod in the new Superman. JJ did not need to keep Bandersnatch's ID a "secret" in Star Trek.
My dad can't decide between watching Star Trek for a third time or Epic.
The best part of Star Trek Into Darkness was JJ's lens flares. Some scenes were just lens flares. It was amazing.
Heard the most god awful story from about someone using their degree in film to justify their dislike for Star Trek. 😡
I just did Star Trek Nails for my bff solayat ...before her trip to Taipei...my loveee 😎🏯✈
Why Wrath of Khan is Still a Bloody Great Star Trek Movie - -
Someone watch Star Trek or fast and furious 6 with me
Wow, Amazon already has pre-order deals for Star Trek: Into Darkness O.O. Up to 55% off. via
Did you know the first time *** was spoken on television was on the show star trek? No, no you didn't.
Star Trek writer slightly kinda not really apologizes for Alice Eve's unnecessary nakedness.
Chris Pine rocking the blonde right side part in the new Star Trek is going to do wonders for me this summer.
Going to see Star Trek again :D happy bunny!!
Getting ready to with talk about Star Trek tech.
Saw Star Trek: Into Darkness last night. I was worried that the "darkness" would make JJ skimp on the lens flare, but that man has a gift.
Is it bad that I've never seen start trek it Star Wars and don't even know the difference???
Star Trek was amazing! Cumberbatch is incredible. Scotty's wit was perfect
Ok good cause I'm bout to watch this Star Trek movie lol
Come enter the Trail Trek Bike Giveaway with me!
Star Trek once more tonight! With and anyone else who wants to join !
LIKE the video :) Plot : Levitation, telekinesis, the ability to control nature, even predict the future... since she was two years old, Bo has had gifts she...
Why do we allow a number on a scale to hold so much power over our self-perception? via
Star Trek, fast and furious6, man of steel,Despicable me 2, hangover 3… unlimited card is getting tooken full advantage of in next few weeks
Yes it does, I got goose bumps when I saw the preview before Star Trek, which was incredible too!
SlashFilm: JJ Abrams' elaborate misdirection in the Star Trek marketing (Warning: Spoilers!)
The two Star Trek movies are like cotton candy: pleasant, full o holes, melt away from my mind after viewing.
looks like a character from Star Trek with that weave.
2 old guys beside me are discussing the new Star Trek movie but keep calling it Star Wars & referring to the Enterprise as the Death Star
I need to see the new Star Trek. Like now.
PERFECT article. Esp about Kirk staying dead until the third movie. Would have been magical and ironically Empiresque
I didn't see it :( I watched Star Trek instead and it was amazing :')
Not even the one that came out 3-4 years ago? Watch that. 2nd best Star Trek movie ever made. After Wrath of Khan, of course
Only I could manage to get both fanfiction and star trek into a work column for tomorrow. But maybe won't get published. Shh.
Now here's a clever idea: NASA funds research into 3-D printing food. Star Trek food replicators are on the way!
that's cool. You like the new Star Trek, too. I got kinda bored during them both.
Star Trek's Tricorder mentioned by now Becomes Reality : 's Scout
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As a long time Trek fan you’d think I’ have the Into Darkness theatrical release date marked on my calendar with a big red heart drawn around it. Not true. It’s rare I get a chance to see movies in...
I had a lot to write about Spoiler Alert: I hated it.
It's funny how the universe in Star Trek: TNG is so utopian and great But Star Fleet Command is still stupid and stubborn and backwards
This is the best Star Trek Into the Darkness review
Got booth duty at Star Trek has landed in DoubleDown Casino!
The Amazon/WB "official" fanfic program sounds more like the Star Trek novels than pure fanfic, esp. if it's only certain comics/shows.
It’s my hub’s ( birthday today. Had breakfast out with B, dropped her off at daycare and now we’re headed to IMAX Star Trek!
NOVEL REVIEW: We check out Star Trek Countdown To Darkness from IDW which bridges...
The best thing about my new Star Trek Benedict hair cut? It looks awesome no matter which way the wind blows.
Between Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness the crew of the USS Enterprise find themselves in a war that shouldn't even be happening...
MT The difference btn fan fiction and Kindle Worlds is that KW is not FF. It is licensed fiction like the Star Trek books.
Star Trek rule: When Spock cries, I cry. There's no getting out of it.
Answer: The Beta Quadrant is close by. In "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country", we know that the Excelsior has been exploring the Beta Quadrant. Somewhere in the series, the Romulan Star Empires is said to be mostly in the Beta Quadrant. Therefore, It's safe to assume that the Federation,...
I know that some longtime fans complain about non-conforming details in J.J. Abrams's reboot of the original series. The hormones of human-Vulcan hybrids, for instance, apparently operate more on a human clock (no ponn farr). And the Federation seemed a bit more gun-happy even in the first Abrams mo...
The original “Star Trek” television series featured technology that had first appeared decades earlier in science fiction stories. Pulp heroes had been wielding ray guns, flying faster than light a...
Scanadu, the healthcare company trying to build a real-world version of "Star Trek's" tricorder, is looking to raise $100,000 on Indiegogo, but it would prefer that you don't refer to its campaign ...
Now that a Star Trek movie is at the box office again, everybody's looking back at the history of Star Trek films. And one meme I've been hearing a lot is that Wrath of Khan, formerly the sacred cow of Trek films, is overrated. Here's why that's not true.
One step closer to making Star Trek a reality!
The stars of Star Trek Into Darkness answer your questions in this exclusive roundtable! See them in action now, get tickets:
It was even more exciting when the "Khan" line happened.
Star Trek has always been at the center of imagination and technology and has always dared us to boldly go where no one has gone before. Now one of the Orig
Has anyone seen Star Trek Into Darkness? What did you think?
Is there anything better than having a book read to you by an unseen beautiful woman? Yes. Yes there is.
UPDATE: As of 9:00 p.m. ET, the video has been taken down. The pirated copy of Star Trek Into Darkness was online for approximately 26 hours.
This aint the same Enterprise...but I sure Enjoyed seeing Star Trek: Into Darkness yesterday with Ronny Brackett & Kathline Vowell! The new "Alternate Universe" setting enables the Recollection of Past Star Trek Characters & Settings without need for Historical (Star Trek History) Accuracy.Its a good movie & Im glad to see Star Trek happening!
Featuring Droids of Tatooine art from the original Star Wars movies, now postered on a sleek, durable case. Strength, durability and style all in one, worthy of a Jedi.
Kirk and Spock returned to the big screen this weekend. During the film, both characters learn a lot about life and leadership. Here are a few leadership lessons from Star Trek: Into Darkness:
I am a nerd, and I wear that badge with pride. We nerds all have our area of expertise. Myself and my fellow Potterheads have explored and dissected pretty much every line of text and every event from the Harry Potter novels and movies, but we are...
By all rights, Star Trek Into Darkness should be a really good movie. The acting is superb. The core cast established themselves as a force to be reckoned with in 2009, and they've only gotten better. Unfortunately, Into Darkness is wrestling with way, way too much story for one movie.
Scanadu's Scout helps you monitor all aspects your health -- with just a 10-second commitment.
Let's get this complaint out of the way directly: the use of female characters in J. J. Abrams' second offering in the rebooted Star Trek franchise is sigh-worthy at best, probably more like eye-ro...
We are a Star Trek fan group based out of the Denver area. Our goal is to spread awareness of the Star Trek franchise, meet others with the same interests, and help worthy charities in the process-- and, of course, have fun while doing it.
By Craig SilliphantStar Trek Into Darkness (SPOILER FREE!)by Craig Silliphant "The Movie Geek"Wed, 05/22/2013Directed by JJ Abrams, Star Trek Into Darkness is the sequel to the 2009 reboot of the venerable original Star Trek series, which breathed new life into the franchise. This time around, the…
John Jackson Miller Interview – SWBW a replyBefore we release our regular May episode we are happy to bring you a special interview episode. We were thrilled to be able to interview prolific Star Wars writer John Jackson Miller! He is the writer of various Star Wars book and comics including...
Cumberbatch, co-star Martin Freeman and production staff posed for a moody photo as shooting on episode two came to an end
In the 60s original TV series, Lieutenant Uhura was a ground-breaking role. It was one of the first time audiences saw a black woman on TV who wasn’t a maid or a servant...Is Uhura in Star Trek Into Darkness a strong-willed, intelligent, assertive badass? Or merely relegated to the role of a dude’s ...
Star Trek Seattle, WA Convention. See favorite stars from all generations of the legendary television series and movie franchise. Autographed photos and photo ops. Special Events and more!
Last week we had lab-grown burgers; this week it's powdered pizza. NASA's gotten in on the synthesized food action by awarding a $125,000 grant to Anjan
Still scratching your head over the random underwear scene with Alice Eve in Star Trek Into Darkness? Head producer and writer Damon Lindelof has finally "copped" to the fact that the nudity was completely...
Join us on red carpets around the world as Star Trek Into Darkness makes its theatrical debut. See how fans react, hear what the stars have to say, and catch a few more clips from the film. Then, stay tuned for another glimpse of the Mazda / Star Trek Into Darkness co-branded commercial, starring our all-new, 2014 Mazda6 with SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY. What is SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY? Be the first to know: Click the SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY tab atop our page.
Texas company wins research grant to test the concept — with possible uses here on Earth, too.
Let me nerd up one more time for a final post on the new Star Trek movie. I posted two last week and a third is probably overkill, but its my blog so I’ll do what I want. WARNING–RED ALERT–SPOILERS FOLLOW For starters, I would rate this as a middle of…
J.J. Abrams vertelt over eigen Star Trek ervaring
The International Space Station may soon have its very own Star Trek food replicator. Earlier this week, NASA awarded a $125,000 six month grant to the S
If you've seen the new Star Trek Into Darkness, you know two things: 1. John Harrison is not who he says he is, and 2. the sets are seriously drool worthy. So although I won't be boarding the Enterprise any time soon, that doesn't mean I can't borrow some of the set design as inspiration...
Please Read Description thank you A track from Pusher / Dope Trailer Music composed by Superhuman, which was featured on the latest trailer for "Star Trek: I...
Was the main reveal in the second movie of the director J. J. Abrams’s “Star Trek”-franchise reboot ever supposed to remain a secret? I think not, but more on that in a moment. First, here it is: Khan!
Want to know how they chose the film's villain? Want to know just how much they think about Trek fans and what they've been demanding of the sequel ever since the first one came out? (Spoiler: they care a lot). Want to hear about the decision-making that went into one of the film's biggest scenes?
"The City on the Edge of Forever" is the penultimate episode of the first season of the science fiction television series Star Trek. It is episode production first broadcast on April 6, 1967. It was repeated on August 31, 1967 and marked the last time that NBC telecast an episode of the se...
Today on the show, your chance to talk about the hold the Star Trek franchise has -- or does not have -- on you.
Last week Eloise and I saw The Great Gatsby and I wrote a scathing review of it, and yesterday we saw Star Trek Into Darkness and I want to do a review for that one too. So let me go … Continue reading →
Listen to me talk about how much fun Improvised Star Trek is tomorrow night!
We are pleased to offer the following guest post that highlights the human element of innovation and promise. It’s a chance to see firsthand the impacts that public policies have on opening doors for everyone and especially along our Texas border. What’s even better is that Star Trek: Into Darkness…
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Both televangelist Pat Robertson and Fred Phelps, Jr. have weighed in on the question of where God was during Monday's tornado in Oklahoma. Absurdity ensued.
I am personaly partial to Star Trek, but yeah almost evry Trekie i know loves em some Doctor Who!
A short scene in the new blockbuster which features a semi nude Alice Eve has caused such furore that the film's producer has publicly apologised for it.
The most anticipated movie of the summer has been released and has some pretty high praise. I went to see it and I do have to admit I want to...
Star Trek Into Darkness' has all the ingredients that get the mainstream crowds pumping: explosive CGI, endless action, finely tuned dramatic twists, according to a JG film reviewer. Have you seen the movie?
Trek fans will react to Star Trek Into Darkness with either a bemused shrug or a full-blown apoplectic fit. Find out why in our spoiler-laden review!
This Saturday June 1st is Fan Fiction at Black Swan Comedy and this month is Star Trek edition. Come out and see the show that gets better and weirder every month. Hilarious/awful and traumatizing fan written material read by a really funny group of Toronto comedians. This show always sells out so reserve a ticket right now by emailing adam.ward
For the second time in as many years, SB Nation flew out to LA to document the 2013 NFLPA Rookie Premiere. One of the many events of the week was a trip to A...
So you guys might think this is a stretch, writing about a comic convention on a food blog. You might be right on another food blog, written by another author, but for me, nothing could be more relevant to my diet than science fiction. My family's obsession with Star Trek...
Just completed my movie review of The Great Gatsby. I also wrote up Star Trek Into Darkness yesterday. Take a look.
Sometime in the not too distant future, an astronaut in the middle of a long-haul voyage may get a little homesick and float over to his spaceship's kitchen to print a slice of pizza and, for a few bites, enjoy a creature comfort of Earth from millions of miles away.
Visually engaging, gripping storyline and an awesome villain supported by a good cast that does justice to the characters assigned to them. Star Trek 2 does take you on board even if you are not a ...
For more than half a century, Mazda Motor Corporation has built outstanding vehicles and a strong motorsports heritage marked by breaking records—and forging new rules. While we may not be a behemoth automaker, our big ideas have influenced markets all over the world, making the exhilaration of driv...
Star Trek : Into Darkness (Star Trek XII) (2013) I went into this one not being sure I’d like it. Unlike many people, I’m a Trek fan who just isn’t all that enamored with how dark the whole enterprise...
This week, the ESO crew boldly explore the newest chapter of the Star Trek franchise. Mike, Mike, Jennifer, and the award-winning author Bobby Nash are joined by Rebecca Perry (TheOneRing.net) and ...
Now I'm waiting for the next Star Trek TV show: "Star Trek: Excelsior"
If “Star Trek Into Darkness” screenwriter Damon Lindelof could go back in time through some wormhole, there’s one major change he’d make.
I'm grand. How are you guys? Excited for FAST 6 tomorrow!!! Star Trek was so much better than Iron Man 3.
Hey Ashley, do you have an opinion on the gratuitous underwear scene they put Alice Eve through in the new Star Trek movie?
unfortunately for my progeny, my main requirement for mating seems to be the intelligence of Carol, played by Alice Eve in the new Star Trek
Why the *** would the writer apologise for the Alice Eve underwear scene in Star Trek?!
Alice Eve lingerie in 'Star Trek' might be misogynistic: via
By the way, those on yahoo.news, that scene in Star Trek with Alice Eve, did NOT go too far. It was a story point... plot point, something.
Why didn't those freaking out over Alice Eve's undies in Star Trek do so over Kirk grabbing Uhura's *** in 1st one,let alone HER bra scene?
"The island wanted Alice Eve in her underwear," Lindelof added, as the screen went black and the words Star Trek cascaded in slowly
great. Now I gotta see it. Love old school Star Trek like old school Star Wars.. but I adore Bill Hader. Thanx for FYI =)
OK now that I have seen Star Trek Into Darkness, it's time to focus on Season 3 again!
I still can't forget how dumb Star Trek: Into Darkness was. They dumbed down a thoughtful franchise, never carrying the heart of it.
The new Star Trek movie should have been titled "STAR TREK 12: THE WRATH OF KHAN 2: INTO DARKNESS PART ONE: IN 2-D AND 3-D"
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I'm watching Star Trek Into Darkness (485 others checked-in)
I'm watching Star Trek Into Darkness (483 others checked-in)
LOS ANGELES, USA - "Star Trek: Into Darkness" soared at warp speed to the top of the US box office, smashing...
Okay, Star Trek: Into Darkness is the most entertaining movie I've ever seen!
Gah! Can't help thinking that Alan Rickman is Khan in Star Trek: Into Darkness...
Man, I still haven't seen Star Trek Into Darkness. Ugh, been really busy lately. Hopefully this week. Fingers crossed.. including toes. lol
Photo: shanoodle-natural-trek: Star Trek Into Darkness I ship this
“Star Trek: Into Darkness” - An amazing movie. Incredibly well done. Congrats to J.J. Abrams.
Photo: Tonight’s Movie. Star Trek: Into Darkness The sequel, to the reboot, of the TV show, I enjoyed the...
Photo: Uhura on Flickr. So I’ve finally seen Star Trek: Into Darkness and I have a lot of opinions… but...
Anjan Contractor’s 3D food printer might evoke visions of the “replicator” popularized in Star Trek, from which Captain Picard was constantly interrupting himself to order tea. ...
For example, warp drive imagery in the new Star Trek is infinitely cooler than warp drive in the original
Women of America – particularly female "Star Trek" fans – Damon Lindelof has something to say to you: There was no practical reason for Alice Eve to appear in her lingerie, and he's sorry for that. Monday night, Damon Lindelof, … Continue reading →
NewsBC May 21, 2013 With Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield now returned to earth and the newest Star Trek movie about to hit the big screen, it seems everything astronomical is in the air. That's no different at Okanagan College where professors from multiple disciplines are working to get closer to the Milky Way by assisting with the installation of three radio telescopes and infrastructure for the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada Okanagan Chapter (RASC-OC). "The amount of College involvement in the last year has really spiraled upwards," said Richard Christie, Physics and Astronomy department chair and RASC-OC member. "For a non-profit like the RASC-OC it provides us with some great expertise locally to take on the challenges of developing a first-class astronomy outreach facility." While the building of the radio telescopes is in the hands of local amateur Hugh Pett, various aspects of the project are being handled by professors and more than a dozen students from four Engineering Technology dep ...
Good grief, the replicator from Star Trek will soon be for real!
Cool (and geeky)! Warp Drive and Transporters: How 'Star Trek' Technology Works via
Xbox One's voice command reminds me of the computer in Star Trek. XBOX WARP DRIVE NOW! MAKE IT SO!
“There will always be those who mean to do us harm. To stop them, we risk awakening the same evil within ourselves. Our first instinct is to seek revenge when those we love are taken from us. But that's not who we are...” Captain James T. Kirk (Chris Pine), in Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013). I no...
Hah! Good to know I am not alone in my opinion of the new "Star Trek" movies.
I liked the Star Trek films and wish now I'd watched the series. For me it was Battlestar Galactica, Blackadder and Red Dwarf.
Yeah, that's the one. I don't remember Monkey (although have heard of it now). I watched Doctor Who, Star Trek... and Red Dwarf
*sees your avi* Doctor Who, Star Trek, Red Dwarf. shall I go on? :-)
Look like such a loner in the cinema on my own but idc I have tickets for Star Trek, Iron Man and The Great Gatsby yes
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With the release of Star Trek Into Darkness, many of the more Trek-friendly reviewers have complained that the movie lacks a basic understanding of what makes Star Trek unique. And despite the success of JJ Abrams first Trek, both were critiqued as lacking some essential Trek-ness. In particular, pe...
Also I left the theater to run home and set my PVR for and got back in 7 minutes before Star Trek started.
."escape velocity" (crudely) refers to the speed needed to overcome gravity and thus reach orbit, so quite Star Trek-y
Funny you say that. Wil was cast as the boyfriend of Jennifer on Family Ties but got Star Trek series instead.
"Perhaps a Star Trek experience within our lifetime is not such a remote possibility." These are the words of Dr. Harold "Sonny" White, the Advanced Propulsion Theme Lead for the NASA Engineering Directorate. Dr. White and his colleagues don't just believe a real life warp drive is theoretically possible; they've already started the work to create one.
Evans term 'escape velocity'..sounds like something from Star Trek, but can see that become more wide spread in trader/media talk
1. How Many geeklings do you have? (if any) 2. How often do you have access to FB? 3. What is your main source of internet access? (phone, computer, tablet) 4. Can you post at least 4 times a day? 5. Have you ever been and admin before? 6. What is something unique you feel you could bring to the page? 7. Star Wars or Star Trek?
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter walked out of a screening of Star Trek: Into Darkness last night, saying that the science fiction adventure had "too many minorities." According to witnesses at Regal Cinemas in New York, the controversial author was seen cursing out the screen ...
My mom just spelled Star Trek as Star Track and Bob Dylan, Bob Dillion.sdhdasdndwud.
We haven’t talked about this at great length yet but I’d been thinking about Zoe Saldana’s comments about race in recent interviews (BET and Allure) she’s done to promote the new Star Trek film. I don’t know. The key problem in Zoe’s comments seems to be rooted in the fact that she doesn’t seem to b...
Star Trek Into Darkness. A Disclaimer before I begin, I am a Trekkie, first and foremost. Star Trek is a massive part of my life and like other Trekkies, I get very protective of our beloved franchise and want nothing more than it to be treated with respect. Throughout the following note, I will be making constant references to various aspects of the entire Trek history, I will also be making various criticisms that you may feel to be petty, but believe me are actually very significant to myself and other fellow Trekkies. Therefore, if you have the attitude of “It’s just a film, get over it!” I suggest you stop reading now! You may find some of this educational and interesting as you’ll get an idea of exactly how many references were made and how much research into Trek-lore was done. The other thing of course is…..SPOILER WARNING, I WILL REVEAL ALL! Still with me? Let’s begin then. Generally I enjoyed the film (kinda), until the 3rd act. Still trying to get over ...
What's the greatest Star Trek episode ever? From Kirk's crew to Archer's - and everything in between - here are the 25 best TV Treks.
I have fond memories of watching Star Trek as a child. My father loved the show and we watched it together when he was home from work early enou
Star Trek legend Sir Patrick Stewart is to be interviewed at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
I spent my Friday with Governor Neil Abercrombie. We discussed warp drive in the new Star Trek movie.
like I honestly may become a Star Trek fan... into darkness with Chris Pine 😉😍😝
So finally. Star Trek and Chris Pine. The highlight of my rainny grey day. At least i can enjoy :x
I want to see the new Star Trek. Chris Pine... Chris fine
if you are excited to see Chris Pine back as James Kirk in Star Trek?! See it NOW!
If 2009's Star Trek was an energetic and exciting movie that demonstrated that there was still life in the decades-old franchise yet, this year's Star Trek Into Darkness feels like its polar opposite.
Star Trek was so good Chris Pine hmu
I should sleep but I'm watching Chris Pine on Star Trek 😍
Star Trek was so great! Also, Chris Pine has the best eyebrows.
I just came from watching Star Trek,and I definitely love it, Chris Pine is sooo cute, handsome,etc,I just love him and cried when he "died"
Star Trek had been off television for four years before J.J
LOS ANGELES (AP) — ``Star Trek: Into Darkness'' has warped its way to a $70.6 million domestic launch from Friday to Sunday, though it's not setting any light-speed records with
1. Have you seen the new Star Trek movie? And 2. Do you think they borrowed that one scene from Castle?
Billboard awards are on. So is a repeat of Restaurant Impossible, Daybreakers and Star Trek. Choices...
I forgot Tyler Perry was in Star Trek, it's a wonder that he didn't completely ruin it for me. Hopefully he's not in the new one.
Fact: Star Trek is the only movie that Tyler Perry is in that I have been able to stand.
S/O to Tyler Perry in the Star Trek from 2009
Yeah that's definitely Tyler Perry in the first Star Trek movie.
BIggest LOL to Tyler Perry being in Star Trek. I'm surprised its not a "Tyler Perry presents Madea takes over the Enterprise"
Tyler Perry being in the first Star Trek movie is literally the most random thing I have ever seen.
Who in the world said it was cool to sneak Tyler Perry into Star Trek!! Lol
Yo Tyler Perry is in the first Star Trek?!! Wth.. Where's madea
I'm still offended that Tyler Perry was in the first Star Trek.
Tyler Perry is in the first Star Trek
Starring John Cho, Benedict Cumberbatch, Alice Eve, Bruce Greenwood, Simon Pegg, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Peter Weller, Anton Yelchin Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence (132 minutes) "My crew is my family Kirk. Is there anything you wouldn't do for your family?" In 2009's Star Trek, a new era of the longtime popular franchise was being ushered in. The biggest question was how a new, younger cast would do playing characters immortalized for almost 45 years. While some diehard Trekkers (still) refused to accept a new Kirk or Spock, others have come to the realization that this is just a new interpretation of the same characters and universe; Batman, Spider-Man, and Superman come to mind. I wouldn't call myself a Trekker, but I do appreciate the shows and I have watched all the films which made me excited for a fresh take on the series. I thought the first Star Trek was one of the best origin stories in a long time. Dire ...
About to watch Star Trek (the movie) and eat this beautiful snack with Om nom.
To boldly go where many of you have been asking us to go... J.J. Abrahms' Star Trek. Does it have sins? Of course! Did we do a Bonus Round of lens flare? No ...
I honestly do not know what to do with you. Tell me you'll watch Star Trek.
You are officially spoiled if you read below, NO COMPLAINTS! Up front I will say I enjoyed this latest Star Trek movie a lot. It was super noisy, but enjoyable, beautifully executed, and I particularly like some of the secondary characters, Spock was excellent, etc etc. I just want to share an obs...
Latest on Box Office Mojo has it at $164 mill, well on the way to biggest Star Trek movie ever.
Dr. Jones is an astronaut. He discusses the new Star Trek film coming out Thursday, the malfunction of NASA's Kepler spacecraft, and China's anti-satellite m...
A collection of the best William Shatner ACTING GIFs from "Star Trek."
I just wasted way to much time reading and laughing at the Star Trek: Into Darkness message boards.
That had to be the best space movie I've seen yet. Star Trek: Into Darkness 🚀
USA : Star Trek Into Darkness rate sa mission !
I don't think Star Trek: Into Darkness was that great. It kind of seemed like a remake of Wrath of Khan.
getting ready to go see Star Trek: Into Darkness! I AM SO PUMPED!
Just back from seeing Star Trek : Into Darkness : at a place that had Dolby Atmos .. Definitely Different! Amazing Sound!
Kirk and Spock's friendship in Star Trek: Into Darkness is just beautiful
Had a FanBoy freak out during Star Trek: into Darkness! Section 31!
Star Trek Into Darkness was AWESOME! Brilliant casting, relentless action and a fun twist on the original Star Trek films.
I finally saw Star Trek Into Darkness ah Benedict at his finest
Speaking of all kinds of epic... sweet jesus Star Trek: Into Darkness was amazing!
I'm concerned about any critic that pans Star Trek Into Darkness, but praises a Fast and Furious movie. ?
I wish to email you a question about Star Trek Into Darkness. Nothing hateful just about a choice on the story.
Can't wait to go see Star Trek: Into The Darkness.
I'm watching Star Trek Into Darkness (1109 are watching)
Back from watching Star Trek: Into Darkness - rather marvellous
Just finished watching Star Trek: Into Darkness. I loved it!
hello I just saw Star Trek: Into Darkness and it wasn't amazing but it was fun
Successful weekend for movies; Star Trek: Into Darkness and The Great Gatsby. Verdict for both? Absolutely fantastic.
Someone needs to make a flip-open smartphone cover that's a replica of the communicator from Star Trek: Into Darkness.
"The truth is that the best ideas sound crazy at first. And then there comes a time when we can't imagine a world without them." That's a statement from the 100 Year Starship organization, a think tank devoted to making Earth what "Star Trek" would call a "warp-capable civilization" within a century.
There’s something magical about Star Trek. It’s action that makes you think. All around the world right now there are Trekkies and Trekkers (fans raised over 2 to 3 generations to think of the world...
Star Trek: Into Darkness Starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Zoe Saldana A: Another boring movie. R: What a bloated and pompous piece of garbage. This movie feels like it's 5 hours long; just a never ending barrage of nothingness. If I had seen this by myself I would have walked out.
Star Trek... This photo is missing one of the captains, Chris Pine!
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jajajaja ya lo sabia! no podia ser yo el unico trekkie que pensara mal de esta nueva pelicula.a continuacion una critica muy atinada copiada textualmente de IMDB. To boldly go where every man woman and child has been before several times 13 May 2013 | by streetrodfan (United States) – Star Trek has been a long continuation of new stories, new adventures, fascinating pseudo science. It was the space less traveled. It was a brilliant science fiction in the 60s ahead of its time and The Next Generation is still a classic science fiction today. Voyager too had a good run with original Trek material. Enterprise wasn't that bold, didn't really go where we haven't been before. It was sort of generic, bland. Now what we have is a TOU the original universe verses JJ's universe. Which is really just a parallel universe... not really bold. The boldest thing here is that he took a famous classic film and then just mirrored it in his "parallel" universe . Not really that much vision here... at least this one doesn't ...
Rather than try to review Star Trek: Into Darkness, I thought I'd ask some of the questions that came to mind while watching the film.
Star Trek: Into Darkness Wait. I got that wrong there’s no colon. It’s Star Trek Into Darkness. That should've been a clue. Trek into darkness makes a minuscule amount of sense. Star Trek Into Darkness makes about as much sense as Herbie Goes Into Bananas. Let me state for the record that I loved the last Star Trek movie. It was a smart reboot of a franchise. It said all that happened before happened, yet all this will be new. We might be at the beginning folks, but we have free reign to change the Star Trek mythos. The Star Trek world is our oyster. Watching the sequel, I couldn’t feel that the fanboys ate the oysters, got horny, and performed a circle jerk. This was the exact same feeling I had when watching Prometheus. This was Prometheus Mark Two, or as I prefer to call it, Prometheus Into Darkness. Take all the elements you love about the original franchise, throw it into a blender, and whatever goopy mess comes out doesn’t matter as everyone will love it. This is fast-food film franchise, b ...
Wil Wheaton: "The whole point of Star Trek is that it’s philosophical"
This Cumberbatch fella is so great in Star Trek. That said, Alan Rickman from Die Hard called and he'd like 91% of his DNA back.
The latest addition to the Star Trek franchise, Star Trek Into Darkness has reached the top of the UK Box Office chart this week bringing in a grossing am
I'd recommend Star Trek. Also Spring Breakers as the best films I've watched recently.
like father like son. Chris Hemsworth was so perfect there! Both Chris are amazing in Star Trek :"
Lunch with the girls, temple with fam, Red Robin, then sleeping through Star Trek with friends.
Alan Rickman called you and you talked about Star Trek!?
Star Trek Into Darkness is director J.J. Abrams follow up to his massively successful Star Trek reboot in 2009. The movie stars Chris Pine as Captain James T. Kirk, Zachary Quinto as Spock, Simon Pegg as Scotty, Karl Urban as Bones, and Benedict Cumberbatch as "John Harrison". After seeing this movie twice I can assure you this movie is good. Really good. The acting, first of all, is incredible. Everyone one-ups their great performances from 2009's Star Trek. Chris Pine plays a better Kirk who finally realizes his faults and has to deal with the consequences. Zachary Quinto plays a more emotionally involved Spock who plays by the rules but also breaks a few. Scotty is just as hilarious as ever and Bones is a better developed character this time around. This film also features some strong performances from Zoe Saldana, Anton Yelchin, John Cho, and Alice Eve. Now on to the villain. Benedict Cumberbatch. Truly amazing in his role. He brings an element of authority to his character and his voice ...
Um...[SPOILERS AHEAD!] Don't do it. I can not be held responsible if you get mad for reading this... They say the great art is allegory for our time. And great artists are misunderstood until after they die. One of those points does not apply to Star Trek Into Darkness. Make no mistake, this film is made for mass consumption. The very concept of Star Trek is universal appeal. And J.J. Abrams delivers on the promise he made in 2009 with the reboot of this iconic franchise. The secrets of this film are not thickly veiled. I can't imagine anyone who knows even the smallest thing about Star Trek not figuring out the "twist" from the moment "John Harrison" enters the movie. Scratch that...the moment Spock says, "the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few." Yes, he is Khan. Duh. Great try, writing team. Now, I know it's not their movie, so much, but you know that twist was written in there from day one. And, that's fine. There is no question people love Khan, and to see him re-imagined was pretty cool ...
Jon Slade: Micro-critique: Star Trek Into Darkness ***SPOILER MOTHER-LODE--HATERS PUT YOUR PHASERS ON STUN*** For a film with so much running and jumping and exploding and swinging and punching and exploding and more running and more exploding, why does "Star Trek Into Darkness" feel so much like a movie that never really gets up to warp speed. Too often it plays like a series of sensory pummeling CGI spectacles stitched together with *** story logic. An awesome warship in pursuit of the Enterprise -- but that ship never gets to fully engage our heroes. An even more awesome villain -- who only gets 5 minutes of screen time in full-blown sinister mode. Kirk saved not once, but twice, by dumb luck, not by cunning or gamesmanship... Last week, director J. J. Abrams told "The Daily Show"'s Jon Stewart that as a kid, Abrams never cared much for "Star Trek" because he found it too philosophical. He explained that "Into Darkness" was his chance to make a "Star Trek" film for those who weren't fans of Roddenberry ...
Star Trek Into Darkness... YES! - J.J. Abrams, take a bow! You're to Star Trek what Chris Nolan is to the Dark Knight - The right fit.
JJ Abrams (and certainly an army of creative support specialists) has done a brilliant job of retooling, recreating, and simply reinventing the whole Star Trek ethos. As with his first Star Trek movie back in 2009, the latest installment, Start Trek Into Darkness, which released last Thursday (one day ahead of the traditional Friday opening), is another superb, fresh rendering of everything Star Trek, which dates back to the start of things in 1966 (many Star Trek fans reading this review were not even born yet, but have probably seen every, single episode, several times, of that original 1966-1969 TV series…I know I have). So, thanks to JJ Abrams and company, Star Trek has been born again. And with this 2013 rendition, it is really looking good! The latest film makes clear other Star Trek films will soon follow, as we hear Captain James T. Kirk proclaim at movie's end those famous words: “Space: The final frontier.These are the voyages of the Starship, Enterprise. Its 5-year mission:To explore strang ...
Dear young 20-something's on the light rail, I highly doubt the new Star Trek movie was that life changing.
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with Nathan Fillion a no show I'm not sure that it wouldn't take Star Trek over comic con
Just saw Iron Man 3 & Star Trek w/ my babes. Our kid free, 13th wedding anniversary weekend is going fab. FAB, dahling. FAB!
Where to begin...lol...well, I can completely see the 50/50 split of some people not liking this movie, and others cheerfully praising it. DIRECTING: JJ Abrams is back in his full-on lens-flairing glory as he once again takes us on an adventure with the crew of the USS Enterprise. The directing was the usual Abrams-style...nothing out of the ordinary...you either like it or you don't... Simply put: it was another adventurous Star Trek movie loaded with thrills, spills, drama, action, and twists n turns. If you like Trek, you may heavily enjoy this. If you don't like Trek, you may find it entertaining, but nothing to do cartwheels about. And that's being honest. But as usual, there are even Trek fans who didn't care for this film, so, it's all about your personal taste. But I like JJ Abrams as a director, so in this category I give it a 7 out of 10 for him being able to creatively attempt to re-invent the wheel...lolol.which is pretty much what he did by "re-directing" already-told events that fans have cl ...
With seeing the new Star Trek flick and had a Ron Howard siting...
And I'm a big fan of Iron Man and Star Trek.
~LATEST REVIEW!~ 10. Star Trek: Into Darkness - Released: 5/17 Score 5/5: When I saw the previous Star Trek film, I knew this new generation was going to be epic. After seeing Into Darkness, I knew I was right. The casting for the new generation is so well put together, and throwing Cumberbatch into the mix was brilliant for the character he portrayed. I loved the pacing in this one as well. It moved quick, but smooth, and still managed a perfect blend of humor and drama. I literally was at the edge of my seat the whole time! The ending did feel rather abrupt, but seeing that there will be more of Star Trek in the future, I didn't leave the theater empty handed. One thing's for sure, I'm excited for another adventure, and I can only imagine what will happen next! ~ 1. Looper - Released: 9/28 Score 3/5: A mind racing film that literally ends in silence. It was worth the watch for the plot and intense action sequences, but the forced bad language and random scene of nudity ruined it for me ...
'Star Trek' absolutely rips off stories told earlier. Like Moby *** for example.
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The new Star Trek movie came out this week. Do you think the new Captain Kirk has as refined a palate as the original? It wasn't that long ago that William Shatner came to Bushwakker seeking our award-winning brews. He posed for a photo with bar manager, Grant and said, "Beer: my final frontier. These are my voyages seeking brewing expertise. My life-long mission: to explore strange new beers, to seek out new lagers and new ales, to boldly drink real beer, like all men used to drink...before!
"As you know I have made a vow never to give you information that could potentially alter your destiny. Your path is yours to walk, and yours alone." That said, because my friend Tom requested it, here are my thoughts about Star Trek: Into Darkness . (Tom asked for a review, I'm not sure this is…
After rewatching Star Trek '09 today I realized Tyler Perry plays the head of Starfleet Academy. Truly this is the darkest timeline.
Dearest Blog, today I set out for the cinema to see the much-anticipated sequel Star Trek Into Darkness. An attack on Starfleet HQ sends Kirk and company after the terrifying culprit and into peril...erm...darkness. Spoiler level here will be mild. First, dear reader(s), a couple disclaimers. Been awhile since I've needed a review disclaimer, so here are two to make up for lost time. 1.) I am not deeply invested in Star Trek lore. The series was always on at my house when we were growing up, and I love the 2009 reboot with the fire of a thousand suns, but there's...uh...let's say a 90% chance that anything non-canon would go right over my head, and there's a 100% chance that it wouldn't bother me even if I noticed. 2.) The cast of the 2009 Star Trek flick is one of my top five movie casts of all time. I stalk red carpet footage, watch hour upon hour of interviews, and use their photocall shots as my desktop wallpaper. I love them as I love my dearest friends, and there's no doubt that affection colors my ...
You guys are making me think that seeing Iron Man 3 instead of Star Trek is a big mistake... even with a free IM3 ticket.
Spent my day watching Star Trek: Into Darkness & A Good Day to Die Hard. James Kirk and John McClane have a lot of f*%&ing explaining to do
When Pine landed the role of James T. Kirk in J. J. Abrams’s 2009 Star Trek reboot, he wrote the USS Enterprise’s first captain, William Shatner, to explain “who this punk kid was taking over for him.”
I thought I heard Bill Hader’s voice in Star Trek: Into Darkness and this was my reaction when I realized I was totally right. Side note: Stefon, I’m gonna miss the poo out of you.
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Just chillin in Toronto, going to see Star Trek, bammm!
This is a screenshot from the Star Trek: The Original Series episode Where No Man Has Gone Before, which is © 1966 Paramount Pictures, produced by Gene Roddenberry.
Will had a chance to get a special screening of Star Trek: Into the Darkness. For his 30 second movie review, he talked about what he liked about the movie, while Gillian was giving him purple nurples! Watch the video.
My school was used for Starfleet Academy in Star Trek, and episodes of Buffy, Chuck, and Dexter have been filmed there.
Geek fact: the voice of Google's Voice Search is based on the voice of Majel Barrett, who provided the voice of the Star Trek computer.
Loved the surprise DC crossover in Star Trek: Into Darkness. Cumberbatch as Lex Luthor was awesome.
…that sure sounds like Star Trek to me. but maybe i’m not a true fan.
So, while the newest Star Trek film was a diverting two hours with pretty cool actors and nice special effects, the writing was definitely sub-par. The sparring and quips were fine, I guess, but the actual NUTS AND BOLTS OF STORYTELLING and the crucial CREATION OF A COHERENT FICTIONAL UNIVERSE WITH LAWS THE WRITER FOLLOWS have been largely ignored by some very high-paid hacks. I'll just start with some simple things. Enterprise in the water. There is absolutely no reason for this, other than to create fake tension about Spock's possible demise. Because, yeah, you can't transport through whatever magnetic field and water, etc., they babbled about. "Need line of sight." Yup, and if you had kept the stupid ship in orbit, you would have it. Plus, um, didn't your engineer develop some wacky transportation technology that can span light years of matter and radiation and warp fields? He can't beam someone out of a volcano? Stupid. Again, only a hack needs to create fake tension this way. And several important ch ...
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J.J. Abrams’ 2009 reboot of Star Trek was wildly successful. It raked in hundreds of millions at the box office, and revitalized the Star Trek franchise, which had languished for 7 years without a new film and 4 years without a TV presence (after 18 consecutive years of new shows). It also did...
I really fall in love with the antagonist role in Star Trek: Into Darkness. Great job !! You're really the true artist!
Star Trek stuff you may not know about. no real spoilers.
The Search for Spock is the best of all the Star Trek movies. So many great themes, and it's the most character-driven.
the man who sat in front of us in Star Trek was a true fangirl he was old in age and yet he was clapping/swooning throughout the whole thing
Sounds like we may be heading to Flying Saucer Raleigh after the seeing Star Trek at IMAX tonight. *Full disclosure* I am NOT much a drinker, so will be completely lost there, lol, any suggestions? Shall I try my first Guinness in honor of all the Irish lads in my timeline? :D
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I wish Star Trek was real, I want to go to the Starfleet Academy so badly
I'm decent...waiting to go see Star Trek in a couple of hours.
Went to see Benedict Cumberbatch in Star Trek last night. He is simply brilliant! :)
it's not that...use the search bar to find Star Trek.
Aaahh,Star Trek is so awesome. Tho reverse Khan shout was strange and now no Search for Spock,the best of the Shatner films.
Star Trek marathon. First wrath of khan. Now Search for Spock. Yes this is happening. Still great to watch even with the antiquated effects.
The Ferengi/fəˈrɛŋɡi/ are a fictional extraterrestrial race from the Star Trek universe. They first appeared in "The Last Outpost", the fifth episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1987, during which they made first contact with the United Federation of Planets in 2364 on the planet Delphi Ard...
Star Trekking across the universe... or at least the radio dial this week. Lots of Star Trek on the Prism this...
This is not your father’s Star Trek. That’s how the 2009 reboot was marketed, and it could have been the same for “Star Trek Into Darkness”. J.J. Abrams has hit gold again. I’m no trekkie, and I barely saw all the films before 2009. I barely watched the TV show growing up because it was boring to me...
About to go see the Star Trek film with the family. Not feeling all that keen. Brendan Coyle's not in it.
it was / is a Fabulous movie and delivers on all the points a GREAT Star Trek film should --- May the Third Be With Us as J.J. now splits his focus with another Sci-Fi franchise you probably know... Buckle Up!
Coming soon from the Captain's Table we have interviews with Alan Dean Foster, Greg Cox & Una McCormack talking about their Star Trek works
Star Trek: Into The Darkness was f**kin amazing!!! I love it. I cannot wait until the bluray comes…
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