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Star Trek (movie, 2009)

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Top Star Trek (movie, 2009) Articles

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  • 'Star Trek' films' Nicholas Meyer sells Palisades home for $5.4 million

    'Star Trek' films' Nicholas Meyer sells  Palisades home for $5.4 million
    Nicholas Meyer, the screenwriter, novelist and "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" director, has sold his Pacific Palisades house for $5.407 million. The two-story Cliff May-designed home, built in 1937, centers on a tree-shaded flagstone courtyard and...
  • PASSINGS: Wendy Hughes, William Hauck, S. Lee Pogostin, Fred Kaz

    PASSINGS: Wendy Hughes, William Hauck, S. Lee Pogostin, Fred Kaz
    Wendy Hughes Australian actress dies at 61 Wendy Hughes, 61, an Australian actress best known to American audiences for her performance in the 1979 film "My Brilliant Career," died of cancer Saturday in Sydney, her family said. Hughes began her rise...
  • New Haven's Lauren Ambrose To Star In 'Fool For Love'

      New Haven’s Lauren Ambrose (TV’s “Six Feet Under”) and Chris Pine (Captain Kirk in the recent “Star Trek” films) star a revival of Sam Shepard’s “Fool for Love” at Williamstown Theatre Festival&...
  • Orlando Shakespeare Theater opens 'Julius Caesar'

     Orlando Shakespeare Theater opens 'Julius Caesar'
    In its production of "Julius Caesar," opening March 21, Orlando Shakespeare Theatre takes a futuristic approach as evidenced by costumes that evoke "Star Trek" as much as ancient Rome. William Shakespeare's classic drama is directed by Tina Packer,...
  • Artists Drew Struzan and Bob Peak: Hollywood's poster boys

     Artists Drew Struzan and Bob Peak: Hollywood's poster boys
    Artists Drew Struzan and the late Bob Peak may not be household names, but their movie posters have graced the walls of museums and galleries as well as countless homes and college dorm rooms. Struzan's more than 150 posters include ones for "Blade...
  • A field guide to The Chicago Nerd Comedy Festival

    A field guide to The Chicago Nerd Comedy Festival
    Have friends or family expressed wonder—or concern—about your encyclopedic knowledge of "Battlestar Galactica?" Ever passed up a date to avoid ending a role-playing game marathon? Does your idea of a perfect weekend include binge-viewing "Dr....
  • George Takei Uses Social Media Following to Tout Broadway-Bound Tuner

    If you haven't come across George Takei lately, you might be living under a digital rock. The former "Star Trek" actor has, over the past five years, morphed into one of social media's more prominent figures, posting everything from funny cat photos to...
  • Chris Pine charged with drunk driving after 'Z for Zachariah' party

    Chris Pine charged with drunk driving after 'Z for Zachariah' party
    Chris Pine has been charged with drunk driving following a March 1 arrest at a sobriety checkpoint in New Zealand, according to reports out Wednesday.  Court documents revealed that the star of the "Star Trek" reboot movies and "Jack Ryan: Shadow...
  • Leonard Nimoy has lung disease, urges fans to quit smoking

    Leonard Nimoy has lung disease, urges fans to quit smoking
    Leonard Nimoy, best known as Mr. Spock of "Star Trek," has been diagnosed with a lung disease and is lobbying fans to quit smoking in order to prevent a similar fate of living less and not prospering. The 82-year-old actor announced the news on...
  • Benedict Cumberbatch photobombs U2, his way into our hearts

     
    Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres might have taken down Twitter with the star-studded selfie she snapped during Sunday night's Academy Awards […]...
  • Finding his voice with a tuba

    Finding his voice with a tuba
    Probably more than any other instrument in an orchestra, the tuba has the sound of authority — big, brassy, deep and imposing. For the young, struggling John Van Houten, that sound inspired the discipline he needed. The tuba instructor, who...
  • Walter Kirn befriends a con man in 'Blood Will Out'

    Walter Kirn befriends a con man in 'Blood Will Out'
    Walter Kirn's new profile of the serial liar and convicted murderer known as "Clark Rockefeller" is no ordinary work of true crime and literary journalism. "Blood Will Out: The True Story of a Murder, a Mystery, and a Masquerade" is the chronicle of...