It’s fun to picture Gene’s voice for Wesley. It just seems to fit!
For one amazing movie and two other ones, the Enterprise-E carried her crew off to adventures in the final frontier. These pictures, taken by Industrial Light and Magic for the movie, Star Trek: First Contact document the amazing detail that went into the creation of this beautiful ship.
Star Trek Into Darkness, sadly, will now mark the final time that Leonard Nimoy played Spock, the role he was so famous for. These behind the scenes pictures document his last transformation into the beloved character.
Leonard Nimoy was a cultural icon, an world treasure, and a dedicated artist, poet and photographer. It would be illogical to allow him to pass…
Some of these you might know, others may be new to you, but all of them are fun tidbits of useless but clever movie making info.
Star Trek II stands as the greatest of the Star Trek movies, original or new, and these storyboards of the film’s visual effects give us a whole new look into the creative process that gave us the film.
Quebec’s Line Rainville spent $30,000 to make her home look like the Starship Enterprise. I don’t know this woman, nor do I care… I just know that I must make her my wife now.
When a television show wraps or a movie finished up, you often hear stories about how actors wept at the fact that they were not only saying goodbye to a job, but also to cherished friends they had worked with for years. Seeing those moments captured in pictures is quite emotional.
When it comes to television, movies, books, and video games, no one is more devoted and rabid than the fans. I have seen fans almost come to blows over speculation and theory – some of it good, some of it bad, and some of it so legendary that they have to be electronically cataloged for future generations to enjoy for they are the fan theories that, had they been more than the musings of an ardent admirer would turn something timeless into something legendary.
In what is either the cutest, funniest, or most irritating thing you will ever see, the story of Star Trek First Contact is LOL’ized for the internet age. We’re sorry.