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Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Nichelle Nichols, Lieutenant Uhura on ‘Star Trek,’ Dies at 89

The actress earned the admiration of Martin Luther King Jr. by playing a Black authority figure, rare on 1960s television.

Gregory Jein, ‘Star Trek’ Model Maker and Two-Time Oscar Nominee, Dies at 76

Gregory Jein, the acclaimed model maker and artist who worked on eight Star Trek properties and earned Oscar nominations for Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind and 1941, has died. He was 76. Jein died May 22 in his Los Angeles home of cardiac arrest after a long history of health issues that […]

‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’ Fully Restored Director’s Cut Trailer Released

Paramount has released a trailer for its long-awaited release of Star Trek: The Motion Picture —The Director’s Edition. The 1979 Robert Wise film has been given a special effects makeover and an upgrade to 4K HDR with Dolby Atmos sound. In 2001, Wise revisited the film to refine the edit and enhance the visual effects. […]

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — William Shatner (‘Star Trek’)

The 84-year-old legend muses about the possibility of reinhabiting Capt. Kirk ('How would they handle it, in science-fiction terms? I'm older, I'm heavier'), Harrison Ford's return to 'Star Wars' ('He needed a new airplane'), his seances with DeForest Kelley ('He's haunting a southern mansion') and his feud with George Takei as 'Star Trek' turns 50.

Bruce Greenwood to Get Career Tribute at Whistler Film Festival

The festival will also give his latest movie, 'Rehearsal,' a world premiere.

‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’ Soundtrack Enjoys Deluxe Re-Release

La-La Land Records has released a three-disc set for Jerry Goldsmith's iconic score from the 1979 film, which later provided the theme for "The Next Generation."