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  1. List of Star Trek films and television series - Wikipedia › wiki › Star_Trek_(film_series)

    Star Trek: Enterprise, originally titled Enterprise, is a prequel to the original Star Trek series. It aired from September 26, 2001 to May 13, 2005. [43] Enterprise takes place in the 2150s, some 90 years after the events of Zefram Cochrane 's first warp flight and about a decade before the founding of the Federation.

  2. Star Trek - Wikipedia › wiki › Star_Trek

    Star Trek is an American science fiction media franchise originating from the 1960s television series Star Trek, created by Gene Roddenberry. That series, now often known as " The Original Series ", debuted on September 8, 1966, and aired for three seasons on NBC.

  3. Star Trek Movies Wiki | Fandom

    The Original Series Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) The Next Generation Star Trek Generations (1994) Star Trek: First Contact (1996) Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) Star Trek: Nemesis (2002 ...

  4. Star Trek (film) - Wikipedia › wiki › Star_Trek_(film)

    Star Trek is a 2009 American science fiction action film directed by J. J. Abrams and written by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman.It is the eleventh film in the Star Trek franchise, and is also a reboot that features the main characters of the original Star Trek television series portrayed by a new cast, as the first in the rebooted film series.

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  6. Star Trek | Memory Alpha | Fandom › wiki › Star_Trek
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    Originally, Star Trek was a product of Desilu Studios as created by Gene Roddenberry in a first draft series proposal \\"Star Trek is...\\", dated 11 March 1964.Beginning with a single pilot episode, \\"The Cage\\", filmed in 1964, Star Trek was not placed on the schedule of the NBC network until a second pilot episode, \\"Where No Man Has Gone Before\\", was produced in 1965.Star Trek officially went into production on April 21, 1966 and ran for three seasons until it was canceled in 1969. Four years la...

    Star Trek: The Original Series premiered on NBC's fall schedule on 8 September 1966. 1. Desilu/NBC, Gene Roddenberry, 1966–1967 2. Paramount/NBC, Gene Roddenberry, 1967–1969

    Star Trek has been aired around the world throughout its run of television and film series. Most often, it has been dubbed into the native language of each country in question, while others subtitled the productions and kept the original language tracks. During this time, the titles, characters, and so forth have been changed as they move from language to language.

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  7. Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Wikipedia › wiki › Star_Trek:_The_Motion_Picture

    For other uses, see STI (disambiguation). Star Trek: The Motion Picture is a 1979 American science fiction film directed by Robert Wise and based on the television series Star Trek created by Gene Roddenberry, who also served as its producer.

  8. Star Trek: The Original Series - Wikipedia › wiki › Star_Trek:_The_Original_Series

    Star Trek is an American science-fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry that follows the adventures of the starship USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) and its crew. It later acquired the retronym of Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS) to distinguish the show within the media franchise that it began.

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  9. Star Trek (film) | Memory Alpha | Fandom › wiki › Star_Trek_(film)
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    In the year 2233, the Federation starship USS Kelvin investigates a "lightning storm" near Klingon space, which they soon realize to be a black hole. Suddenly, the massive warship Narada emerges and immediately opens fire on the Kelvin, inflicting heavy damage on the vessel. The Narada ceases fire, and its first officer, Ayel, hails the outmatched Kelvin. Speaking for its captain, Nero, Ayel demands that the Kelvin's commanding officer, Richard Robau, come aboard the Narada via shuttlecraft....

    Act One

    Approximately ten years later, around the early to mid-2240s, a young boy is seen racing down the road in an antique Corvette across the open Iowa landscape, blasting 20th century music. Soon, a policeman on a flying motorbike chases him, ordering the boy to stop the car. Evading the officer, the boy heads for a quarry and jumps out of the car, moments before it speeds over the edge and crashes on the canyon floor below. The policeman apprehends the boy, who defiantly identifies himself as "J...

    Act Two

    Cadets are assigned to ships based on their aptitude, with the most capable cadets assigned to the USS Enterprise, a ship completed so recently that it hasn't even been christened yet. Uhura is originally assigned to the USS Farragut, but complains directly to Spock, citing her numerous commendations and recommendations, insisting she had earned an assignment to the Enterprise. Spock quickly corrects that oversight. Kirk has been grounded pending a ruling on his inquiry and is not allowed to...

    "Acting Captain's Log, Stardate 2258.42. We have had no word from Captain Pike. I therefore classified him as a hostage of the war criminal known as Nero. Nero, who has destroyed my home planet and...

    "Citizen, what is your name?" "My name is James Tiberius Kirk." 1. - Iowa cop and a young Kirk, after his joyride "I must decline." "No Vulcan has ever declined admission to this academy!" "Then, as I am half Human, your record remains untarnished." 1. - Spock and the Vulcan Science Council Minister, who had just complimented him on overcoming the "disadvantage" of having a Human parent "I'm impressed. For a moment there, I thought you were just a dumb hick who only had sex with farm animals." "Well… not only." 1. - Uhura and Kirk, discussing xenolinguistics "Oh relax, cupcake – it was a joke." "Hey, farmboy! Maybe you can't count, but there are four of us and one of you!" "So get some more guys, and then it'll be an even fight." 1. - Kirk and a Starfleet cadet, before a fight breaks out "You know, your father was captain of a starship for twelve minutes. He saved eight hundred lives, including your mother's – and yours. I dare you to do better." 1. - Pike, to Kirk "Space is disease...


    Development on Star Trek began in 2005 when Paramount contacted Roberto Orci (who was working with J.J. Abrams and Alex Kurtzman on the studio's Mission: Impossible III at the time), asking for ideas on how to revive the franchise. Former Star Trek franchise head Rick Berman, though, shortly before he was let go from Paramount, has credited Abrams with presenting the idea of revisiting Star Trek to the studio when the latter was signed for a five-movie deal in early 2006. (Star Trek Magazine...

    Story and script

    The original treatment for the film (the initial story outline) was completed in August. By the 24th of that month, writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman had begun working on a first draft of the screenplay, which was completed by 12 December 2006. A second final draft was complete by 8 October 2007. In total, the script took approximately four months to write. The final script was about 128 pages long. In an interview posted 8 March 2007, the writers stated that the "intended title" for the...


    The film's production was designed by Scott Chambliss. Ryan Church was the primary designer of the USS Enterprise and other starships, while Trek veteran John Eaves designed the various shuttlecraft. Excepting the Industrial Light & Magic staffers, who had previously worked on the Star Trek franchise and were still in the employment of the company at the time, Eaves was the only regular production staffer who had worked on Star Trek productions, set in the prime universe, to be officially hir...

    Release delay

    At the time production began, Star Trek was set for a worldwide theatrical release on 25 December 2008. Later, Paramount was reportedly considering bumping up the film's release date one or two days or moving it to 19 December 2008. On 13 February 2008, however, Variety magazine reported that the film's release would be put back, from 2008 to 8 May 2009, in order to take advantage of the summer movie season. Around the time the delay was announced, a Paramount spokesperson stressed that the c...


    The gala world premiere of Star Trek took place on 7 April 2009 at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia. The film's cast and crew were in attendance. This was followed by a number of additional premiere events around the world – Austria; Belgium; France; Germany; Japan; Korea; the Netherlands; New Zealand; Russia; Spain; London, UK: 20 April 2009 ; Los Angeles, USA. A few hours prior to the official premiere in Sydney, fans in Austin, Texas were given a surprise screening of the film....


    Although the United States release date was set for 8 May 2009, advance screenings of the film began at 7 pm on 7 May 2009. However, the first worldwide release was in France, Belgium, and the French-speaking parts of Switzerland on 6 May 2009. For the first time, a Star Trek film was released in IMAX as well as conventional theaters. Although the film was not shot with IMAX cameras, the film was able to be converted to the 70 mm IMAX format. This was the first Trek project since the abandone...

    Star Trek is the first film of the franchise to have won an Academy Award, the Academy Award for Best Achievement in Makeup. It also received three more Academy Award nominations. The National Board of Review named Star Trekone of the Ten Best Films of 2009. Star Trekreceived the following awards and honors:


    As of July 2008, Paramount has distributed several teaser posters at various conventions to promote awareness and hype about the film. The first, as stated above, was released on 22 July 2007 (see early discussion and speculation above). A second teaser poster for the new film was introduced at the Comic-Con International in San Diego, California, on 27 July 2007. This poster features a white background with the words Star Trek written in the TOS-style fontand comprised of a star field backdr...

    USB card wallpapers

    A set of nine exclusive wallpapers were released on Star Trek-themed USB cards, with three images per card.

    Websites and viral marketing

    A promotional website dedicated to the new film went live at 8:05pm EST on 16 January 2008 and can be found here. The site introduced the new official logo for the film, which was also seen in the teaser trailer. Paramount also set up a page for the movie on the social-networking website Facebook where fans may congregate. Following the launch of the film's teaser trailer, the official website contained a hidden link to, a viral promotional site supposedly...

    Cast and crew

    Uncredited cast 1. J.J. Abrams as the voice of the Iowa Cop 2. Alex as Starfleet cadet 3. Tansy Alexander as Lieutenant Alice Rawlings 4. James Anderson as an injured soldier 5. Rico E. Anderson as a councilmember 6. LaDesha Ard as a Starfleet cadet 7. Richard Arnold as a Romulan crewmembers 8. Ewen Audrey as a Starfleet cadet 9. Leslie Augustine as a doctor 10. Jonathan Baca as a Starfleet cadet 11. Corey Becker as a Starfleet cadet 12. Leonard Baligaya as a Starfleet cadet 13. Stefon Benson...

    Unconfirmed cast and crew

    Unconfirmed cast 1. Leslie Alnesas a nurse 2. Fallon Brooksas a Starfleet cadet 3. Neil S. Bulkas a Starfleet cadet 4. Brad Champagneas a Starfleet cadet 5. Sarah Abrams Char as a prisoner 6. Talon DeSoto'as an engineer 7. Claire Doré as an Enterprisecrewman 8. Aliza Finleyas hurried cadet with clipboard 9. Ian Fisheras shipyard worker #1 10. Cole Fritchas a Klingon prison guard 11. Robert Grantas a Starfleet officer 12. Jarrell Hall 13. Monte Hunteras a Starfleet cadet 14. Paul Kumar as a Ke...


    1. Paramount Pictures– Distributor, Production Company 2. Spyglass Entertainment– Production Company 3. Bad Robot Productions– Production Company 4. MavroCine Pictures– Production Company 5. Industrial Light & Magic– Special Visual Effects 6. Digital Domain– Additional Visual Effects 7. Svengali Visual Effects– Additional Visual Effects 8. Lola VFX– Additional Visual Effects 9. Persistence of Vision Digital Entertainment– Previsualization Effects 10. The Third Floor– Additional Previsualizati...

  10. Star Trek Movies in order - IMDb › list › ls056782571

    With the assistance of the Enterprise crew, Admiral Kirk must stop an old nemesis, Khan Noonien Singh, from using the life-generating Genesis Device as the ultimate weapon.

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