Here’s a link to HuffPo (original story on WSJ, but you know, paywalls).
This is really, possibly happening. There are so many roles to cast—Denton, Daulerio, Thiel, Hogan. There could be B-plots about unionization and Conde Nast executives. Every scene could have a title card stating when it takes place during the 500 Days of Kristin.
SPOILERS for the most recent episodes of Star Trek: Discovery follow.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s first arc of Season 5 is nearly complete, but there are a lot of unanswered questions. How did the world really be destroyed? What will the S.H.I.E.L.D. team do to fix it? What will happen to the Lighthouse population?
One of the most prevalent fan theories about Star Trek: Discovery concerns whether the series is set in the TOS era, or some new timeline that will be erased or altered before the series’ end. After reading the (excellent) first Discovery novel, Desperate Hours, I believe we have an answer. (Spoilers ahead for the…
Just finished both episodes of Star Trek: Discovery, and holy crap was that fun. There’s action, exploration, high stakes, and betrayal. (BTW, despite CBS’ scheduling, “The Vulcan Hello” is only the first half of the pilot. You have to watch “Battle at the Binary Stars” on All-Access to get the second half).
Netflix released some stats about the most-viewed Star Trek episodes as part of “Star Trek Day” and the promo campaign for Discovery. They are...something.
It’s almost over now (ends at 3:30PM Central Time), but The A.V. Club is running an open forum about the upcoming changeover to Kinja, in case anyone’s interested.
Nicholas Meyer hinted a few weeks ago that he had another Star Trek project in development, and now we know what it is: a miniseries about Khan Noonien Singh.
This is hilarious.
I have a pet theory about the meaning of The Last Jedi that has nothing to do with whether Luke of Rey survive the movie. It would also give Lucasfilm the opportunity to really disassociate from the old EU and take the franchise in a new direction.
Well, it looks like the fan film suit between Axanar Productions and CBS/Paramount is finally over, and Axanar may even get made (with some caveats).
A lot of Star Trek fans are convinced that the new show is going to be set before The Original Series, mostly based on the ship’s registry number of NCC-1031, compared to the Enterprise’s NCC-1701. I’m more than willing to eat crow when Fuller announces more details in a few days but, for now, I’m calling BS on this…
The new Trek fan film guidelines have effectively ended most of the larger fan productions (except Renegades, which is going generic). However, CBS/Paramount are giving the New Voyages team a pretty cool consolation prize. io9 posted an article about James Cawley’s new Star Trek tour. The incredibly detailed sets that…