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Star Trek Beyond
‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ had a solid second week, however, losing less than 40 percent of its opening audience.
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.
There are enough obstacles preventing CBS and Viacom from merging into one company again. But a new debate could erupt over the new name.
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.
Matt Brown has some thoughts about why Star Trek is as important now as it’s ever been. Especially after what happened last Tuesday.
It was a good week for movies, but it could get even better next week when ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ finally debuts.
The cure to solve Paramount’s box office woes? According to its outgoing leader, another installment of Transformers.
Paramount Pictures desperately needs a hit after a tough year where only ‘Star Trek: Beyond’ amounted to much of anything at the box office.
You’ve heard it before. You’ve probably said it before: When will Hollywood come up with something new and original again?
Doug Jung says it’s time Star Trek gets a little inspired by the ‘super property’ concept already practiced by franchises like Star Wars.
John Williams might not be a part of ‘Rogue One,’ but new composer Michael Giacchino sees Williams as a teacher and mentor.
CBS and new showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts are seeking an actress who will play the lead in the sixth Star Trek series, a young Lt. Cmdr.
You might say talking cars teamed with crime-fighting vigilantes is so 1980s. Apparently not, because Knight Rider is back.