Star Trek: Enterprise
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Fan-made Image Inspired Teaser Trailer
The story of the week is the new Star Trek teaser trailer. And the discussion of the week is that it is built on land (and not space). TrekMovie.com has now learned how it all started. Fan art makes the big time Trekkies are famous for dabbling in fan films, fan fiction and fan art. It appears that these kinds of things can get the attention of the bigwigs in Hollywood. A trusted source tells TrekMovie.com that the idea for the trailer came from a fan-made image (below) showing the USS Enterprise being built in a naval ship yard. The origins of the image are unknown, but it has been circulating on the web for a long time. Fan-made image (click to enlarge) Official Paramount image (click to enlarge) Newport News…birthplace of Enterprises The fan-made image shows the Enterprise being built at ‘TENNECO Newport News’ which is now Northrop Grumman Newport News in Newport News, VA. It just so happens that both aircraft carriers bearing the name ‘USS Enterprise’ were built there. [NOTE: TrekMovie.com is not reporting this is where the Starship Enterprise is seen being built in the teaser. We have no idea, except that it is not Area 51.] Full TrekMovie.com Coverage of the Star Trek Trailer: TrekMovie.com Roberto Orci Q&A On Teaser Review – Star Trek Teaser Trailer [w/TRAILER VIDEO] First Official Image of the USS Entperprise Review – “Cloverfield”
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Weirdest and Sexiest Costumes from the Original Star Trek
Star Trek has broadened our visions of the future in so many ways — but most of all, the original Star Trek took us to the final frontier of fashion. And beyond. Some of the costumes that people sported in William Shatner's day remain classics today — and some of them are just... I don't even know.