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Another SDCC release, this time from CBS for its upcoming series Star Trek: Discovery. This shows the starship being released from its docking bay:

Unfortunately the series will reside on CBS All Access, which means a paid subscription. There will be a sneak peek on the regular CBS network before it goes All Access only.

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San Diego Comic-Con will run from July 21st to the 24th at the San Diego Convention Center.

The official Twitter feed is here, the website is here.

For those of you brave enough to face the crowds, there will be plenty of fun for Sherlock, Star Trek, Star Wars and Marvel fans.  Don’t forget the premiere of Star Trek Beyond on Wednesday, July 20, at the Embarcadero Marine Park.  There will be a drawing beginning at 11 a.m. for tickets to the premiere that night, so if you’re interested go here for details on how to get in on that.

A complete program schedule is here.

Have fun, be safe.

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Anton Yelchin, Chekov to us Star Trek fans, passed away Sunday from a freak car accident.  He was 27 years old.

Apparently he had exited his car on his steep driveway when it rolled toward him, pinning him against a brick mailbox pillar.

His Star Trek co-stars and director J.J. Abrams have tweeted their sorrow at his passing.  J.J. wrote this:

 

Yelchin had finished filming the upcoming Star Trek Beyond, directed by Justin Lin.  He had also completed a couple of other films before his death, including Thoroughbred, due in 2017.

Please remember to set your emergency brake on steep inclines, folks.  Be safe out there.

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While we’re on the subject of Star Trek, you may want to know that the new CBS television series will be available only with a paid subscription to CBS All Access.  Yes, that sucks.

A brief teaser showing the new logo (with what I think is an odd hatched design on the insignia) was released and is below.


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The San Diego Comic Con has had some pretty cool events (Loki anyone?), but now this will be the venue for the premiere of Star Trek Beyond, as reported by Deadline.  It will be shown on an outdoor IMAX screen at the Embarcadero Marina Park on July 20th.  Members of the cast and crew will be attending.

Click here for more from SDCC.

Oh yeah, and here’s a new trailer from Paramount starring some aliens who clearly need a new moisturizing routine:


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Bryan Fuller will take charge of CBS’s new Star Trek series, debuting in 2017, as reported by Deadline.   He began his association with the franchise by writing for both Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.

Fuller was also the creator of one of my all-time favorite shows, Pushing Daisies.

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Paramount has released on YouTube the first trailer for Star Trek Beyond, which hits theaters July 22nd, 2016.

If this looks and sounds like The Fast & The Furious in space, that’s because it’s directed by F&F’s Justin Lin.  Can’t say I’m a fan of this, I might have to wait for some reviews to see if it’s worth a ticket.

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USA Today has put together some clips from the late Leonard Nimoy’s roles outside of Star Trek.

Included are two roles in television shows he did with his Star Trek buddy William Shatner.  One was The Man From U.N.C.L.E. in 1964.  The show starred Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo and David McCallum as Illya Kuryakin.  In the clip you might also recognize Werner Klemperer, best known as Col. Wilhelm Klink on Hogan’s Heroes.

Nimoy also appeared on Shatner’s cop show T. J. Hooker in 1983.  And 45 years before Peter Jackson made The Hobbit, he sang The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins.

Enjoy the flashbacks.

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Leonard Nimoy, who will forever be known as Star Trek’s beloved Spock, passed away today of pulmonary disease.  He was 83.

Leonard-Nimoy-via_colliderNimoy attributed his condition to smoking,  although he had given up the habit many years ago.

His list of credits on IMDb.com is long,  but he was instantly recognizable to everyone as Spock.  His last role was a cameo in Star Trek Into Darkness.

He leaves a wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, two children,  one stepson,  six grandchildren, one great-grandchild, an older brother, and a legion of fans.

Image via Collider.com

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