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‘Enterprise’ Cast Talks Series “Death Knell,” Crusher Family Comedy Hour, And More Star Trek Cruise Day 4 – TrekMovie.com
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‘Enterprise’ Cast Talks Series “Death Knell,” Crusher Family Comedy Hour, And More Star Trek Cruise Day 4 – TrekMovie.com

Day 4 of Star Trek: The Cruise 7 arrived at its first destination with a visit to  Curaçao on Sunday. The island is a constituent country in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and is known to most people for being a producer of the blue liqueur of the same name (which, incidentally, makes for a great Romulan Ale). The city offered Star Trek Cruise passengers walking tours, snorkeling, and beach fun in perfect weather. The schedule for Star Trek activity on board gets noticeably lighter while in port, but the Star Trek celebrities are just as eager to get out and explore the island, so passengers are just as likely to bump into them on land as on the ship. Once everyone is back aboard, the Star Trek fun picks up where it left off. A highlight for day 4 was the Enterprise panel but there wer...
The Cruise VII Celebrity Crew Departing For The Caribbean Next Week – TrekMovie.com
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The Cruise VII Celebrity Crew Departing For The Caribbean Next Week – TrekMovie.com

Star Trek: The Cruise VII is still a week away, but ocean-bound Trek fans are already making their final preparations for the journey. Leaving out of Port Canaveral in Florida on Thursday, February 22, the Mariner of the Seas will be taking over 2,000 Star Trek fans to Aruba and Curacao, joined by Trek celebs from across the franchise. We have a preview of the cruise before we head out to the high seas. Star Trek “crew” headed to the Caribbean for Cruise VII Star Trek: The Cruise has a big lineup of celebrity crew members this year including TOS star Walter Koenig; TNG stars Brent Spiner, John de Lancie, LeVar Burton, Gates McFadden, Denise Crosby, and Wil Wheaton; DS9 stars Nana Visitor, Armin Shimerman, Max Grodénchik, and Chase Masterson, Voyager stars Robert Picardo and Garrett Wang...
Legacy’ Spin-off Is “Just A Nice Idea” – TrekMovie.com
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Legacy’ Spin-off Is “Just A Nice Idea” – TrekMovie.com

We have another update from a veteran of Star Trek: Picard talking about a potential spin-off. Now production designer Dave Blass is weighing in, pouring a bit of reality on hopes for what has been dubbed “Star Trek: Legacy.” Dave Blass talks Legacy As we have been reporting since Picard wrapped up its third and final season last April, showrunner Terry Matalas has wanted to follow up the show with what he has called “Star Trek: Legacy,” which would carry on the story of Captain Seven of Nine of the USS Enterprise G and her crew of “next Next Generation” characters. Members of the cast including stars of Star Trek: The Next Generation who appeared in season 3 have enthusiastically endorsed the idea. Just last week we reported that actress Michelle Hurd (Commander Raffi Musiker) said “If...
Strange New Worlds’ Director Gives Season 3 Production Milestone Update From The Set – TrekMovie.com
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Strange New Worlds’ Director Gives Season 3 Production Milestone Update From The Set – TrekMovie.com

Production on the third season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds began in early December, and thanks to one of the directors, we now know how far along they are. That’s a wrap on episode 302 Today’s update comes from director Jordan Canning, who has been directing the second episode of the season. Earlier today, she took to her Instagram to post a picture of herself in the captain’s chair with the message “That’s a wrap on 302, and I’m missing it already. Didn’t think I could possibly love this show, this cast, and this crew more than I already did. Can’t wait to share our truly epic episode when it’s all done.”  🖖🏼 This is Canning’s second time behind the camera for the series; she also directed episode 5 in season 2 (“Charades”). Her feelings for the cast are recipr...
Picard’ Spin-Off Still Not In Development, But Terry Matalas Has Thoughts On “What If We Did More?” – TrekMovie.com
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Picard’ Spin-Off Still Not In Development, But Terry Matalas Has Thoughts On “What If We Did More?” – TrekMovie.com

Ever since Star Trek: Picard wrapped its third and final season last April, there has been lots of talk about a potential spin-off. Dubbed “Star Trek: Legacy” by Picard showrunner Terry Matalas, this idea has seen a lot of support from a popular fan petition to many of the cast and crew talking up the idea. So naturally during the Picard season 3 reunion panel at Trek Talks 3, the idea of a spin-off came up. What if there were a Picard spin-off Trek Talks is a marathon of Star Trek panels streamed live on January 13 on YouTube to benefit the Hollywood Food Coalition. The most packed panel of the day was the Picard season 3 reunion featuring showrunner Terry Matalas, actor/director Jonathan Frakes, and stars Gates McFadden, Jeri Ryan, Ashlei Sharpe-Chestnut, Michael Dorn, Brent Spiner, a...