From NYCC interviews with Kody Smit-McPhee, Michael Shannon, Nicholas Hoult and writer/director Jake Paltrow in this engaging film that mixes SF and westerns with a dash of coming of age. [...]
From http://www.dailymail.co.uk – Captain Kirk would always boast he was going ‘where no man has gone before’ in the original Star Trek.But it turns out he was just following in the footsteps of strong, independent women
From www.cnet.com – There will be Klingons in “Star Trek: Discovery” and we now know what three of them will look like underneath the alien makeup.
From io9.gizmodo.com – Although news of Yeoh’s casting first broke, CBS has now confirmed that she is among the first actors to join the next Star Trek TV show.
Dave Edmundson of geeklegacy.com chats with Executive Producers of the new Star Trek Discovery Bryan Fuller and Heather Kadin with some details of the new series. Special thanks Geek Legacy.
Star Trek: Discovery Producer On Series’ LGBTQ Representation
From comicbook.com – Star Trek: Discovery’s producer plans to keep the franchise’s legacy of progressive social values and inclusivity alive in the new series.Alex Kurtzman says that Star Trek: Discovery will not only include LGBTQ representation and stories but will use those stories to its advantage.“
From comicbook.com – One of the producers of Star Trek: Discovery is urging fans to look on the bright side of the series’ production delays.The new Star Trek series was first announced in November of 2015 and was originally slated to debut in January 2017, just after the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series…
From myspace.com – Jason Isaacs has been announced as captain of the USS Discovery in Star Trek Discovery. We’re excited about Isaacs being in everyone’s favourite space adventure because he’s played a lot of bad people in films, and we mean lots. He pretty much only plays baddies. Does this mean he’ll be a baddie in Star Trek? We don’t know, but we are excited. A captain with a bit of darkness would be really interesting.