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Lost Footage From Original 'Star Trek' Revealed

Blu-ray also will feature 12 classic episodes

Gene Roddenberry didn't like to throw things away. That might have meant a full closet in his bedroom, but it has become a treasure trove of material for Star Trek fans ... especially in time for the 50th anniversary of the franchise he created. CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution have joined with Roddenberry Entertainment to announce a new Blu-ray set coming later this year called "Star Trek: The Original Series - The Roddenberry Vault." The Blu-ray will contain bits and pieces of episodic footage that was left on the cutting room floor, and then s ...
 | Jul-23-2016 | 
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Picardo's Estranged Wife Arrested In Murder Investigation

Police are calling Linda Pawlik an accessory after the fact in fatal L.A. shooting

Police have arrested the wife of "Star Trek: Voyager" star Robert Picardo after accusing her of being an accessory to a murder last year in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Police Department says Linda Pawlik was involved in the killing of Edward Mello, 43, last October at a Ventura Boulevard hotel. Officers already arrested Jorge Rodriguez in November and charged him in the shooting, and say Pawlik is accused to being an accessory "after the fact," according to CBS Los Angeles. Mello died from a single gunshot wound, and his death originally was investigated as a suicide, acco ...
 | May-24-2015 | 
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'StarTalk' Premiere Will Focus On Star Trek

Neil deGrasse Tyson's new late-night show will be geek-based chat

When he debuts his new talk show in April, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson won't talk about the formation of the universe, the evolution of man, or even global warming. Instead, the first episode of "StarTalk" will be all about another star, Star Trek. The first episode will not only talk about Star Trek, but how it "served as an inspiration for the future," according to the Los Angeles Times. It's likely Tyson will spend time talking about the growing influence of computers, mobile communication devices like cellphones, Siri and even the recent development of techno ...
 | Mar-19-2015 | 
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