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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine February 2017

Providing in-depth coverage of all aspects of Star Trek, from the classic years of Kirk and Spock, through Jean Luc Picard, Captains Sisko, Janeway and Archer to the new JJ Abrams movies, Star Trek Magazine is your indispensable guide to the Star Trek universe. Every issue contains star-name interviews, great analytical features and exclusive photography from the CBS archives.

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captain’s log

Doesn’t 2016 seem like a long time ago? That long-awaited 50th year, the conventions, the special events and parties, the thrill of Beyond, and even the exciting, if somewhat extended wait for new Star Trek on TV. Still, from hereon in, every day is an anniversary of something Trek-related, so let the party continue... Three months into 2017, and casting news is trickling out of the secret underground lair of CBS’s Star Trek: Discovery production office. We know some of the new faces set to stun (see our preview feature on page 12), and there’s plenty of speculation about who will be joining them as the female lead, Number One. Trek’s original pilot, “The Cage,” famously featured Majel Barrett as the Enterprise’s first officer (see left), also known as Number One –…

1 min.
kelvin comeback

All we currently know about the proposed fourth Kelvintimeline movie, originally announced by Paramount Pictures last July, is that “Chris Pine’s Captain Kirk will cross paths with a man he never had a chance to meet, but whose legacy has haunted him since the day he was born: his father.” Chris Hemsworth, who starred as George Kirk in Star Trek (2009) and has since become better known as Marvel’s Thor, continues to be asked when the movie is going ahead – and how his character might come back from the dead. Speaking to MTV, the actor recently revealed that he’s spoken to J.J. Abrams, and that the Bad Robot boss has “an amazing pitch on the whole thing.” Asked whether time travel would play a part in the story, Hemsworth replied, “I…

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what we left behind

On its way from the producers of Chaos on the Bridge and For the Love of Spock, brand new documentary DS9: What We Left Behind features Ira Steven Behr and members of the show’s cast, taking a comprehensive look at the series which took Star Trek in a bolder, darker, and more nuanced direction. Producer Adam Nimoy also promises that the documentary will reconvene the original writers’ room, to thrash out story ideas for where an imaginary 8th season could take the show. For updates about the production, sign-up for an exclusive newsletter at www.DS9WhatWeLeftBehind.com…

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starfleet academy (award)

Star Trek Beyond’s huge array of alien races, mortal wounds, and human hairdos earned Joel Harlow and Richard Alonzo an Academy Award nomination at the 2017 Oscars. Up for best Make-up and Hairstyling, Beyond faced stiff competition from super-villain movie Suicide Squad, and comedy-drama A Man Called Ove. The date for Trek’s big night at the Oscars fell a month after this issue went to press, so our congratulations to each of the nominees – and hopefully to our winner!…

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deviations on a theme

Comics publisher IDW is about to take Star Trek in a bold new direction, as part of its five-week franchise-busting Deviations event. With IDW titles as diverse as Orphan Black, Ghostbusters, and My Little Pony getting the “What If...?” treatment, the Star Trek universe is also set to be shaken up in a 40-page special written by Donny Cates, with art by Josh Hood. “What if” it wasn’t the Vulcans who made first contact with humans, but the Romulans instead? With Earth turned into a brutal penal colony, it’s down to resistance fighter Will Riker to lead his band of prisoner outlaws, as they attempt to rescue a mysterious prisoner in the darkest level of the Romulan dungeons... Other IDW Trek titles about to hit comic store shelves include more Star…

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bon voyage

Setting sail on January 9th 2017, the first official Star Trek Cruise had sold out a year before the Norwegian Pearl weighed anchor with over 2,300 fans aboard. William Shatner welcomed passengers and introduced the ocean-bound event by asking fans to “pretend it’s the Enterprise,” before telling them, “we’re going where no one has gone before.” Also on-hand to rouse the crowd were a cavalcade of Trek stars, including Chase Masterson, Ethan Phillips, Robert Picardo, John de Lancie, Denise Crosby, Robert O’Reilly, and Max Grodenchik. Unlike any previous Star Trek convention, this was to be a genuine cruise experience, with the stars of Trek becoming part of the liner’s entertainment staff, performing live shows as well as appearing on more traditional Q&A panels when not mingling with the passengers. KEEPING SHIP SHAPE Day one…