Instead of reveling in the franchise’s 50th anniversary, it is mourning the loss of one of the youngest members of its family, actor Anton Yelchin.
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Today, 1982’s “Wrath of … Read More
Yes, those Social Justice Warriors are having a busy May, trying to force their values on pop culture touchstones embraced by the masses.
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Spoilers for both “The Walking Dead” and “Game of Thrones” ahead…
For 10 months now, we’ve heard producers, show runners and actors profess what we all knew to be a … Read More
“We’re making the ‘Star Trek’ that we all want to see,” Peters announced.
Not so fast.
While fans may hunger for new “Trek” incarnations, “Trek’s” rightful owners want greater control … Read More
I grew up with an abusive, suicidal, alcoholic father, and when Darth Vader told Luke Skywalker, “No, I am your father!” I felt that line in every cell in my … Read More
Unlike those fans, Koenig had a vested interest in preserving the vision for the original series. But as soon as “Star Trek’s” original Chekov sat down to watch the film, his fears … Read More
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