The USS Enterprise Minimates Vehicle is just around the corner, but for those who want to go a step further, Entertainment Earth and Diamond Select Toys have teamed to bring you the I.S.S. Enterprise.
When it comes to space travel, there are a couple of routes you can go. The first is the safe route, which means it takes 100 years or more to put a colony on the Moon, which is a good thing, because everyone knows the Moon blew up in 1999. The other is to seek out strange new worlds, and make a buck or two by smuggling spice for the Hutts. The second is a bit more reckless, but can lead to so much more in the end. Which brings us to the Major Spoilers Poll of the Week! (Week, week, weeek, weeeek, weeee, w…)
Slash Film has obtained two new posters for the upcoming JJ Abrams Star Trek flick.Â These are pretty moody and remind me of my days of green and white computer screens as I tried to program the likeness of Spock on a computers that had yet to invent the original Wolfenstein.Â The poster features Chris Pine as James T. Kirk, and Zachary Quinto as Spock.
The film is scheduled for release on May 8, 2009.
Time to take this fight off-world and pit two very different space odysseys against each other.Â So what will it be ladies and gentlemen; the young and dashing James T. Kirk of Earth, or that roguish fellow from a galaxy far far away, Han Solo?