Archive - May 2009
Leonard Nimoy stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman last night and delivered the show's famous top ten list. If you missed it, check out the video below and a text version of the top ten list.CONTINUE READING >>
We scoured the internet looking for reviews of the new J.J. Abrams film 'Star Trek'. We wanted to find the good, the bad, and the ugly. Here's what we found so far.
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Leonard Nimoy stopped by NBC's Today Show this morning. Included with the interview are a few behind the scene clips from 'Star Trek' which releases today nationwide. As reported earlier, he will also be appearing on The Late Show with David Letterman tonight to present a Star Trek themed top ten list.CONTINUE READING >>
Tune into the Late Show with David Letterman tonight to see Leonard Nimoy present a Star Trek themed top ten list. Also on tonight's show Norm MacDonald and the band Animal Collective. The Late Show airs 11:30 Eastern & Pacific / 10:30 Central.
In a recent article with KansasCity.com, Eric Bana discusses all the enthusiastic and sometimes negative energy surrounding the new J.J. Abrams film 'Star Trek'. He also talked about playing baddie Nero and how he enjoyed losing his own identity in the Romulan makeup.CONTINUE READING >>
Today is the big day for us Trek fans who have nervously / anxiously awaited 'Star Trek' to hit the big screen. To celebrate, Paramount released 18 new stills including more behind the scenes photos with cast and crew.
David Germain, the AP Movie Writer, recently sat down with Zachary Quinto and discussed his role as Spock and the Vulcan control of emotions in the new film 'Star Trek'. Zachary admits he a pretty passionate guy with those close to him.CONTINUE READING >>
On the eve of Star Trek's release we've compiled all of the current TV spots released by Paramount. All for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy. (Update: These may load a little slow. Paramount's servers must be getting hammered today.)CONTINUE READING >>
Bruce Greenwood has often played authority figures from The President in 'National Treasure 2' to President Kennedy in 'Thirteen Days'. In a recent article on Canada.com, Greenwood talks about being approached for the role of Captain Pike and his first reading of the script for 'Star Trek'.CONTINUE READING >>