The copyright infringement case against the so-called ‘independent’ Star Trek fan-film will continue without the unsolicited input from the Language Creation Society.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer will team up with ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ director Joachim Ronning.
All a jury will have to decide now is if ‘Star Trek: Axanar’ is indeed substantially similar to Star Trek itself. CBS and Paramount seek hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages.
Rob Liefeld will get the help of Oscar-winning producer Graham King and Oscar-winning writer Akiva Goldsman to make this new film franchise happen.
A copyright infringement lawsuit involving an ‘independent’ Star Trek fan-film has nothing to do with whether the Klingon language should be public domain, Michael Hinman says.
CBS and Paramount attorneys in a copyright infringement suit want a California-based language group fined for what they say is a waste of the court’s time.
Michael Hinman takes a quick look back at how one ‘independent’ fan-film changed the face of Trek fan-films worldwide. And not for the better.
Michael Hinman had just two issues with ‘Rogue One,’ and both were callbacks to the original 1977 film.
Iconic Sulu actor still unhappy, however, with how ‘Star Trek: Beyond’ handled it last summer with John Cho’s character.
Attorneys for the publishing company want a Los Angeles judge to dismiss a copyright and trademark suit filed against it by the Dr. Seuss estate.
Whether or not the federal judge in the case will agree to such a request is yet to be seen.
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.
Chances of bringing Star Trek back together died with the end of the merger talks.
It all depends on how much time CBS All Access will wait after the last episode of ‘The Good Fight’ is released on the streaming service.
Both sides in the legal case make one last plea to convince a judge to end the copyright infringement case before it goes to trial next month.