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Star Trek (movie, 2009)

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Top Star Trek (movie, 2009) Articles

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  • Patt Morrison Asks: The Possibilian, Kevin Kelly

    Patt Morrison Asks: The Possibilian, Kevin Kelly
    This is a Klein bottle, a kind of Mobius strip rendered in glass. The man holding it has a brain not unlike these confounding items, possessed of unusual twists and multidimensional turns that can be challenging for lesser mortals to get their own heads...
  • The enterprise of 'Star Trek' is explored on Science's 'Trek Nation'

     
    "Trek Nation" looks at the "Star Trek' legacy and beyond...
  • A 'Star Trek' communicator is born, via the iPhone 4

     
    "Star Wars" has its popular light-saber apps, so it's time for "Star Trek" to step up its game, and it appears that has happened with the official Star Trek Captain's Log application for the iPhone 4. Hopefully a little more......
  • Hollywood's deep-space science -- how warped is it?

     
    "Out of This World: The Science of Space Movies," 7:30 p.m. Thursday , Samuel Goldwyn Theater There's science and there's fiction and then there's science fiction. The space in between them -- or, more precisely, the outer space between them......
  • 'Star Trek,' old school and up close

     
    It's supposed to last all year, "Star Trek 365," a 2.5-inch thick brick of a photo book from Abrams. The publisher has a series of 365 books -- on baseball, roadside America, penguins, punk -- all without any burden of......
  • 'Star Trek 365' authors look for transporter to the 1960s

     
    On Wednesday, "Star Trek 365" hit bookshelves with an impressive collection of photos and insights from the signature sci-fi television show of the 1960s. Linda Whitmore, a Los Angeles Times copy editor and "Star Trek" specialist for the Hero Complex,.......
  • Sundance 2011 lineup features Vera Farmiga, Tribe Called Quest doc

     
    Another batch of burgeoning filmmakers and future Oscar movies will make their debuts in the snowy frenzy of 2011 Sundance Film Festival, which announced its latest competitive lineup today. Among the films we'd stand in the cold to see: "Higher Ground,"...
  • Reagan Motorcycles: New "Born to be Wild" Exhibit

    Gayle Anderson was live in Simi Valley for "Reagan Motorcycles." The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum's special exhibit, "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles," chronicles the history and tradition of motorcycle culture from...
  • 'Hawaii Five-0': Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan fight crime in paradise

    As soon as sound was invented, silent films started to be remade, and the trend has continued until today. The results have always been mixed, but especially strong emotions also come into play when someone touches a beloved TV franchise. This is...
  • Trivia

    Trivia
    Denise Crosby was originally cast to play Counselor Troi, and Marina Sirtis was cast as a security chief named Lt. Macha Hernandez. Shortly before filming the pilot, the two switched roles and the security chief's name was changed to Lt. Natasha Yar. ----...
  • 'Criminal Minds' Star Rachel Nichols On Her New Movie 'A Bird Of The Air'

    'Criminal Minds' Star Rachel Nichols On Her New Movie 'A Bird Of The Air'
    Fans know actress Rachel Nichols from her roles on TV in "Alias" and currently on "Criminal Minds," and movies like "Star Trek" and "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra." But she's had quite the busy summer starring in the remake of "Conan the Barbarian" and...
  • SNERD - October 5, 2011

    The Search For Spock TV legend Leonard Nimoy made history in the Chicago area last weekend, appearing at his final "Star Trek" convention at the Westin O'Hare Hotel. However, the actor who played the pointy-ear sci-fi icon seemed to have other things on...