CBS Studios and Paramount Pictures say neither ‘Star Trek: Into Darkness’ director J.J. Abrams or ‘Star Trek: Beyond’ director Justin Lin have anything to add. Axanar wants to cut loose one of its own directors.
Both sides drop in their final words before a judge decides how and if a copyright lawsuit against the ‘independent’ Star Trek fan-film moves forward.
Chad Stahelski says he remembers watching the original 1986 film in high school, and has some ideas that could help revitalize the lagging franchise.
Warner Bros. says it’s finalized an agreement that would give it controlling ownership of the popular online producer for nearly $100 million.
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.
You might say talking cars teamed with crime-fighting vigilantes is so 1980s. Apparently not, because Knight Rider is back.
Multiple filings from defense attorney Erin Ranahan has questioned whether or not CBS and Paramount even own Star Trek.
It’s almost like ‘Leverage’ meets ‘Leverage,’ but without those interesting ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ elements.
Lawyers want to hear more from directors as trial date approaches.
Is STAR TREK BEYOND a fitting movie to celebrate the property’s 50th anniversary?
J.J. Abrams isn’t in the director’s chair of the Star Trek franchise any more, but it looks like he and Beyond director Justin Lin may have…
At an exclusive fan event tonight on the Paramount Pictures lot in Los Angeles, Justin Lin, J.J. Abrams, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Karl Urban…
Because it probably is.
Well, after years and years of rumors and speculation, it looks like it’s finally happening – the world of Space Jam…
“I felt like it was important to really deconstruct the idea of Star Trek…”