Mashup: A-Team vs. Star Trek TOS

5 04 2008

Found this thanks to…

…two great shows have come together.

Mr. Abrams & Company talk Trek at

25 01 2008

How awesome is it when you can share your passion for something with others?  To have them see what drives you and what is a catalyst for your creativity and imagination is something truly special.

As I have never been a film maker, I cannot say that is the primary driving force of making pictures, but for those who make really well done films, I bet it is an important part of it.  I do know from writing that when a piece is written that gaines praise, it’ll be a piece that I wrote that I have genuine interest, passion and excitement for.  That also is beginning to present itself in photography for me.  I love photographing things that I have an interest in and am passionate about.

So it goes with all forms of creativity.  You present what you’re passionate about, what you’re interested in and hope that people take notice and enjoy the work you’ve done. 

This is what has happened over at – a site that I’ve known about for nearly two years now that has brought info on the many aspects of Star Trek.  From the remastered TOS episodes to the first hints of the new film all the way to today…

Today, J.J. Abrams and crew, the ones who are currently filming Star Trek, took time to answer questions posed by visitors to  How awesome is that?  First that shows that the crew who now are at the helm of Trek are committed to the franchise and the fanbase.  Second, the realize the publicity it generates and the attention it draws to the film.  Third, it must really be cool for Anthony Pascale, creator and administrator of 

I applaude the work of Mr. Pascale, his dedication to bringing news and views on Star Trek has been tremendous. is one of the sites I check every morning after waking up.  He has allowed fans of trek to communicate with each other via the comments section on each post, and has gained the attention of those who are involved with Trek to speak to the Trek community through his site. 

Two posts this week really impressed me, those were of the interview with James Cawley, Executive Producer of Star Trek: New Voyages, and also the Q&A with Mr. Abrams & Company.

Whatever your motives Mr. Pascale, you have really made a fine site and provided Trek fans a sounding board and internet gathering that other sites just could not do.  I mean honestly, how cool is it that they chose to do this at rather than some Paramout corporate site that would have come off as completely staged and vague.

If you get a chance, go over to http://www.trekmovie.comto read the Q&A session…it’ll prove interesting and you never know what you’ll find out.  Keep going to for updates, even when the official site begins providing information, will still be the starting point for me.

J.J. Abrams & Company’s Q & A this afternoon at

25 01 2008 will be hosting J.J. Abrams and company for a Q&A this afternoon starting at 4:00 pm EST.

The questions are being taken now at the site and as many as possibly can will be answered by Mr. Abrams and various members of the Trek team.

So that this post won’t pingback to the comments section, I’ll just put up the link and just click the headline about the Q&A.

Star Trek teaser trailer…

19 01 2008

All I can say is…wow! has posted a YouTube video of the Star Trek teaser trailer that’s currently running with the movie Cloverfield.  It is awesome.  J.J. Abrams and crew have done an outstanding job at giving us just enough to remain interested and looks like they may be creating an awesome picture that’ll come out on December 25 of this year.

This could be extremely awesome, it has made Star Trek one of the most anticipated movies of the year, and a Trek film has not had that distinction for a long, long time.

Check it out at

Fake Star Trek Trailer….but it’s pretty good.

10 01 2008 has posted on their site a trailer for the upcoming Star Trek movie.  It was labeled as the one coming out with the movie Cloverfield on January 18, but is indeed a fake according to Trekmovie.

 But never the less, it’s pretty cool.

 Check it out: