Month: August 2018

Trek Directors’ School: Andrew Robinson

Over the course of StarTrek.com’s weekly interviews with actors-turned-directors, we’ve been talking to line regulars who settled into the director’s chair: Roxann Dawson, Jonathan Frakes, Rene Auberjonois, Tim Russ, Robert Duncan McNeill, etc. Today, we chitchat with Andrew Robinson, who parlayed his returning persona as Garak on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine into the opportunity to steer the DS9 hour, “Looking for par’Mach in All the Wrong Plaza, ” and a pair of Voyager episodes, “Blood Fever” and “Unforgettable.” We sat down with Robinson over breakfast during the recent Star Trek Las Vegas event, and here’s what he had...

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Discovery SteelBook Available Nov. 13

Star Trek: Invention: Season One will be available as a limited-edition SteelBook on November 13 in the U.S. alone at Best Buy and select retailers in other subjects, it was announced today by CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution. Further, CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution too divulged the international secrete times for the Star Trek: Uncovering: Season One Blu-ray and DVD collections. They are as follows 😛 TAGEND U.K.- November 19 Scandinavia- November 19 Benelux- November 21 Brazil- November 21 Spain- November 21 Germany- November 22 Australia- November 28 Italy- December 4 France- December...

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Urban, McFadden Make Trek to Trekonderoga 2018

It’s not too late to get in on the recreation this weekend at the Star Trek: The Original Series Set Tour in Ticonderoga, New York, as tour inventor James Cawley will welcome devotees to Trekonderoga 2018, featuring 😛 TAGEND In addition, Chris Hunter( Jeffrey Hunter’s son) and Leslie Hoffman( veteran Trek stuntwoman) will be in attendance. An annual happen, Trekonderoga offer followers the opportunity to meet and greet Trek performs in an intimate and tighten set: the painstakingly recreated starship Enterprise defines, locateds that stir you feel you’ve been lighted back to Desilu in 1966. It’s there that supporters...

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Trek Directors’ School: Roxann Dawson

Ask anyone in Hollywood about Roxann Dawson and they’ll say to you she’s one of the hottest go-to superintendents in township. She’s acted nonstop in recent years and in the next few months, gatherings will be able to view her handiwork not just on TV’s most-popular show, This Is Us, but on the big-screen, as she makes her movie directing introduction with Breakthrough, due out in April of 2019. And it all started with Star Trek. Dawson settled into a director’s chair for the first time on the Voyagerepisode, “Riddles, ” and likewise directed “Workforce, Part II.” She went...

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Teens on Board: Wesley and Jake

The attributes of Wesley R. Crusher and Jacob “Jake” Sisko stand as unique innovations in the history of Star Trek- youthful reputations who fans get to watch grow into adults as the substantiate changes. While children and teens had been guest performs during the original display, most notably “ And the Children Shall Lead, ” it was not until the introduction of Wesley on Star Trek: The Next Generationand then Jake on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine that teens took a prominent role in Trek adventures. My family’s dual indicated Cirroc Lofton and Avery Brooks picture One of the...

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