Star Trek’s 55 th commemoration is this month, and accompanying that milestone is the just-released 4K Ultra HD Star Trek: The Original 4-Movie Collection. And to help celebrate the opening, IGN’s own Star Trek aficionado Scott Collura interviewed William Shatner himself!
In this William Shatner interview, which you can watch at the top of the sheet or below, Shatner discusses the starting of the first four Star Trek movies — as well as Star Trek V, which he sent and is sure to be on the next 4K move. From the convoluted developed at Star Trek: The Moving-picture show to bringing Kirk into a middle-aged funk in The Wrath of Khan to shooting the prominent “double dumb-ass on you” scene in The Voyage Home, the sun reveals lots of fun behind-the-scenes delicacies from the beloved franchise.
As for the Blu-rays, Star Trek’s 55 th remembrance marks the first time that the original four Star Trek films are presented in not only 4K Ultra HD, but with Dolby Vision and HDR-1 0 as well. Each movie — Star Trek: The Motion picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek: III: The Search for Spock, and Star Trek: IV: The Voyage Home — comes packed with “hours of previously released bonus content.”
This content includes commentary, removed representations, storyboards, trailers, make videos like “Designing Khan” and interviews with William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, and more.
This Star Trek: The Original 4-Movie Collection, which is now, also comes boxed with standard Blu-rays and digital copies of each film. For those without 4K TVs or participates, “theres been” a version that merely includes the Blu-ray discs and digital copies.
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