Kirk's entry following the opening scene.
Update from a Star Trek convention.
Joins Abrams to crossover from Star Trek to Star Wars.
Nichelle Nichols, Uhura, announced to appear on an episode as well.
Full access to Star Wars.
Star Trek Into Darkness, Gravity, Lone Ranger, The Hobbit get nominated.
Watch Luke Evans announce the nominations and more via Famous Movie News.
Go Go..Star Trek?
No director attached to Star Trek 3.
Two newcomers join Orci to breathe some life into the franchise.
But Star Trek Into Darkness makes it?
The origin of STAR TREK's greatest villain continues!
SyFy shakes up Thanksgiving Day weekend!
Star Trek 3 looks to have a Summer 2014 release.
Witness the shocking origin of Khan Noonien Singh!
Cool ad featuring John Cho and Joseph Gatt.
Star Trek looking to get revived.
Star Trek’s George Takei makes a surprise visit that becomes a life-changing moment for the gang.
Abrams gives a quick update on Star Trek and his involvement.
STID now On Demand: EIC Matt McGloin says it's the Loeb and Bendis version of Wrath of Khan.
Cumberbatch says that's that.
Star Trek fanboys get under Orci's skin.
Disciple of Palpatine or a member of the light side of The Force?
Two Summer favorites back on the big screen for a second time!
From Ant-Man to Star Trek.
Styr, Magnar of Thenn is cast for Game of Thrones.
Chris Pine art and another clip for the digital release available today.
Watch the Khan's Melodrama featurette.
Pie eating contest between Kirk, Spock and Chekov.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes director possibly on board.
Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana expected to return.
Birthday in Japan and debuting three movies in Toronto.
At the end of the universe lies the beginning of vengeance.
The Dreadnought-class starship will set you back only about ten grand.
First of a new line.
Khan’s secrets will be unlocked and the origin of evil will finally be uncovered.
Order the Phaser Limited Edition Gift Set.
Heavy-hitters come to FX in 2015.
Booming in foreign markets, but has a ways to go here in the U.S.
Abrams defends the Alice Eve scene.