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Without a doubt, no show has done more to promote a positive vision of the future and a limitless sense of possibility than Star Trek. It's a series that has inspired several generations of fans, and helped to spur the development of actual technologies we now take for granted. More »
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Abrams: New “Trek” Isn’t for “Trekkies”

Genres / Sci Fi : Slice of SciFi

Director J.J. Abrams told a news conference in Korea that his upcoming “Star Trek” reboot is not for longtime fans of the series, but for the next generation of fans. “We made this film not for Trekkies but for future fans of ‘Star ...

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Genres / Sci Fi : Slice of SciFi

For the past couple of weeks, we’ve heard rumblings that the next Star Trek installment may move from next summer to the holiday season of 2012. Director J.J. Abrams has said that Trek will be his next project after he’s done promot...

Star Trek: The Next Generation PEZ

Genres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

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Scripts Revealed For Scrapped ‘Star Trek Final Frontier’ Animated Series

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Six years ago TrekMovie broke the news that CBS was considering a new animated Star Trek series developed by some insider vets. This show "Star Trek: Final Frontier" never made it past the development stage, but in the past the crea...

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Genres / Sci Fi : io9

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