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Star Trek: Into Darkness is leading the summer blockbuster movie preview race from a content standpoint, as the second trailer for the movie has been released in as many weeks – that and a 10 minute version that’s suddenly flying around the Internet. First, here’s what CNN iReport staffer Henry Hanks calls the “new, new” version of Star Trek: Into Darkness: This version has two voices: the first one is that of Captain Pike, played by Bruce Greenwood, and the second, the one that says “You think you’re...

Star Trek: Into Darkness is creeping up on us Trekkers in a J.J. Abrams sort of way. The poster for the next installment in the series of J.J. Abrams movies, posted by various publications starting just about midnight PST, has already caused “Star Trek Into Darkness” to appear as a Twitter Top Trend. What this proves, if anyone needs a demonstration, is that the hunger for “Star Trek” has not died one bit. From the Zennie62 “Kirk v. Picard” debate video on a small scale…. … to this poster...

The anticipated sequel to J.J. Abrams 2009 Star Trek movie reboot will not have the legendary Benicio Del Toro playing ‘Khan’ in a remake of the popular Star Trek The Original Series First Season Episode “Space Seed.” As Trekkers will recall, that genius story aired April 2, 1967 and featured the late Ricardo Montalban playing the charismatic super human captain of a ship the Enterprise finds floating, lost in space for, as it turns out, 300 years. The crew of the ship is revived by Khan, assisted by a female...

On Thursday, 45 years ago, I stayed up late to watch a television show that would come to have a dramatic impact on my life: Star Trek. Star Trek has played a major role in the formation of my friendships, many that I still maintain today. It also impacted what line of work we did, or tried to do, as well as our entire World view. Well, at least that’s certainly true for me. And that’s especially true for my long time friends Bill Boyd and Lars Frkyman, and best captured in this video from our “trek” to see...

Follow me on Twitter! Also read about SF Giants Opening Day: The Party Economy At SFGate.com I’m looking forward to the new Star Trek movie and the great story and special effects, but I’m not looking forward to how the movie treats San Francisco. It messes up the San Francisco Skyline, making it look like Hong Kong. If you take a good look at the trailers for the movie, they show how San Francisco will look 300 years from today in the J.J. Abrams version of the Star Trek Universe. The scene that I focus on in the video...

 Well four days ago I had this music in a dream then in my head I could not figure out how it got there. It was sci-fi like and could either be in a horror movie or a sci-fi flim. Then I saw the second Star Trek trailer, and it was that music. I kid you not. The second Star Trek trailer reveals a movie that will be a sure-fire hit. J.J. Abrams, who directed the movie and co-produced it, and his staff aimed for a mix of realism and Star Trek and hit it right on the money. I do hope we can see William Shatner in it, but I understand...