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Things We Saw Today: Appreciate the Star Trek Beyond Cast in This Dubsmash Compilation

The Star Trek Beyond cast have made some amazing dubsmashes these last few months, and this compilation is nothing but pure joy.

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Interview: Sian Heder, Director of Tallulah On Honest Portrayals of Motherhood

I recently got the chance to interview actress Tammy Blanchard and director Sian Heder about their work on the movie Tallulah, which just came out on Netflix. 

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Zachary Quinto Returns to TV With Biopunk, Will Hack Life

Zachary Quinto is set to star in and executive produce a new one-hour sci-fi drama series based on Marcus Wohlsen's book Biopunk: DIY Scientists Hack the Software of Life.

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Zachary Quinto Remembers Star Trek Co-Star Anton Yelchin

The actor spoke to Stephen Colbert about the loss.

Quinto discusses his history of working with Yelchin (they filmed the first Star Trek movie in 2007) as well as the wonder of the Star Trek universe and why the entire cast are truly, genuinely great friends.

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Star Trek Beyond Clip Gets Us Up To Date On The Spock/Uhura Relationship

And how it may or may not be moving forward.

In this recently revealed clip, Spock and Uhura appear to be in... kind of a rough place, and it turns out that Bones has some well-timed advice for the Vulcan in the aftermath.

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Ellen Page Is a Baby-Stealing Vagabond in Tallulah Trailer

The first trailer for Netflix original film Tallulah is here, and it promises a stellar and emotional performance from Ellen Page, Allison Janney, and Tammy Blanchard.

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Zoe Saldana and Zachary Quinto Pull Out All The Stops For Lip Sync Battle

Saldana performed with TLC, while Quinto's lip sync of "Freedom" had a surprise guest.

I don't know about you all, but I think Quinto came to win that belt and I'm pretty sure he walked away the winner of that Lip Sync Battle. I'd also love to see more of their Star Trek cast members show up and do battle against one another--what about a Chris Pine/Karl Urban episode? ("Damnit Jim, I'm a doctor, not a singer!")

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Zoë Saldana and Zachary Quinto Boldly Go Where Many Celebrities Have Lip Sync Battled Before

I still haven't seen Civil War or X-Men: Apocalypse. I'll get around to them eventually. The movie I'm most excited about that I will be in the theater watching on opening day? Star Trek Beyond, mo-fos! Thankfully, the film's Uhura and Spock, Zoë Saldana and Zachary Quinto, are making the wait for the film more bearable by lip syncing to pop songs in crazy outfits for our entertainment.

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Watch and Cry at the First For the Love of Spock Trailer

Adam Nimoy, son of Leonard Nimoy, raised over $662,00 on Kickstarter to make the documentary For the Love of Spock—a tribute to his father's life and his role as Spock on Star Trek. 

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Zachary Quinto Talks About His Relationship with Leonard Nimoy

Zachary Quinto went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where the two talked about his soulless "I'm going to murder you" roles, his heavy-laden brow, and his relationship with the late Leonard Nimoy.

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The Cut Flips the Gender Script, Asks 15 Male Celebs If They Identify as Feminists


In a bid to ask male celebrities some of the go-to questions always given to their female peers, The Cut asked a bunch of high-profile dudes how they feel about feminism.

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Star Trek Beyond Cast Pays Tribute to Leonard Nimoy in Omaze Video

In this video promoting the ongoing charity campaign benefitting St. Jude Children's Hospital, a cause Nimoy held very near and dear to himself, Zachary Quinto shares some touching words about the late actor and the impact he's had on everyone he's worked with.

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Star Trek‘s Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana Share Photos as They Start Filming the Reboot’s Third Installment


The Enterprise crew is back! Filming on Star Trek 3 has begun today in Vancouver, and cast members Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana have already taken to Instagram to mark the occasion!

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Leonard Nimoy’s Son Directing a Documentary About His Dad and Spock for Star Trek‘s 50th Anniversary


In a highly logical move, Leonard Nimoy's son, Adam, will direct For the Love of Spock, a documentary and tribute to the career of his late father.

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Things We Saw Today: A Condensed, 8-Bit Version of The Walking Dead

It's dangerous to go alone.

If you're behind on The Walking Dead, this 8-bit NES-style recap should get you shambling up to speed in no time.

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Does Anyone Recognize These Men Who Claim to Have Kidnapped J.J. Abrams?

Dammit Jim!

Late last month these three unknown (totally known) men sent (tweeted) this picture to George Lucas (the internet), alleging that that they did not know where J.J. Abrams was, despite it appearing that the director of both the last two Star Trek films and the upcoming Star Wars VII was slumped behind them. The director has (not) been missing for at least a week. Anyone who can identify these three will (not) be eligible for a hefty reward from police. Previously in Star Trek

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NBC Is Bringing Heroes Back To TV Despite No One Wanting That Ever

Will saving the cheerleader also save the writing on this show?

Ah, 2006; that innocent time when Twitter was brand-new, Pluto was still a planet, and Heroes was the best show on TV. Little did we know that slowly, over the next few years, this wonderful superhero drama would become a sad version of the show we once loved. But don't worry, Heroes fans (?), because NBC is out of original ideas bringing it back.

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Lucasfilm Says J.J. Abrams Is Not Leaving Star Wars: Episode VII

May The Force Be With You

"Was J.J. Abrams planning on leaving Star Wars VII?", you may ask. Well, you're confusion is justified, as there have been little more than typical rumors on the subject. Still, Lucasfilm issued a statement yesterday stating that J.J. Abrams will continue to happily work away at the next Star Wars film. The company apparently felt that the small amount of online speculation that Abrams was dropping out needed to be addressed, and responded swiftly to assure us that J.J. Abrams will in fact continue his monopoly on big budget films with "star" in the title for the foreseeable future.

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Things We Saw Today: A The Walking Dead SDCC’13 Exclusive Poster Illustrated By Alex Ross

Things We Saw Today

This zombie-packed poster will be available at San Diego Comic Con to celebrate season 4 of The Walking Dead, drawn by legendary comic artists Alex Ross, Head over to Slash Film to see the SDCC The World's End poster and a How to Train Your Dragon poster created by Drew Struzan.

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Star Trek Into Darkness Goes, and Goes, Just Not Very Boldly


Into Darkness, that colon-less second installment of New Trek kicking off the summer season is a lot of things, including plentifully humorous, bombastic, well-designed, and confused about its purpose. Like the villain that menaced us from all those teaser posters, Into Darkness makes us wonder what, ultimately, it’s up to. Identity is a key factor to wonder about as, two movies in, even casual Trekkie patience is worn thin by a stream of visual and idealistic incursions that belong to other films. Make no mistake; Into Darkness is a good popcorn-crunching experience, swift on its feet and full of action and jokes. It’s just not, like its predecessor, much of a Star Trek film. Ensign, take us to SPOILERS.

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