Chances of bringing Star Trek back together died with the end of the merger talks.
Both sides in the Star Trek copyright infringement suit want to end the case early in their own favor as new fan-film details emerge.
This would be the first time what’s been called the world’s most famous science-fiction novel is adapted for anything beyond the book.
David Gerrold, the writer of the classic ‘Star Trek’ episode ‘The Trouble With Tribbles,’ is one of the named defendants in the copyright lawsuit.
The cure to solve Paramount’s box office woes? According to its outgoing leader, another installment of Transformers.
Doug Jung says it’s time Star Trek gets a little inspired by the ‘super property’ concept already practiced by franchises like Star Wars.
The CW has brought in a new writer to work and adapt Clive Barker’s 1987 fantasy ‘Weaveworld,’ which could help it make the 2017 fall schedule.
The merger would re-unite the two companies despite both maintaining National Amusements as their majority owners.
It’s not just about stock prices and profit margins, it’s also about one of the largest science-fiction properties we could ever love, adore and worship.