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Star Trek 50th at the Egyptian Theatre

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Are you celebrating 50 years of Star Trek at the Egyptian Theatre? Any fan has to head to hollywood and enjoy the beloved series with Q&A, special giveaways and saying goodbye to Nimoy. It’s been a long time since the original Star Trek films have been on the big screen and thanks to The American Cinematheque, Geek Magazine & Paramount Home Video we can celebrate

STAR TREK at 50

I’m hoping to have the opportunity to talk with Adam Nimoy about his father, Spock and his documentary.

Special Guests, Bonus Featurettes, Giveaways, New Documentary ‘FOR THE LOVE OF SPOCK,’ Booksignings, Photo Opportunity and more surprises!

September 9 – 16, 2016 at the Egyptian Theatre

 

Space … the final frontier” opened up to television viewers on September 8, 1966 with the NBC-TV premiere of “Star Trek.” Creator Gene Roddenberry had envisioned the sci-fi series as the interstellar answer to the popular Western “Wagon Train” but couldn’t have possibly imagined how long the “five-year mission” of the U.S.S. Enterprise would last – cancelled after three seasons (and an unprecedented fan letter campaign to keep it on the air), the program spawned animated and live action TV spinoffs and an ongoing series of big screen adventures.

 

In 1979, Robert Wise’s STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE kicked off a mania for TV-to-movie adaptations that has thrived ever since and spawned multiple sequels. To celebrate a half-century of “Star Trek,” we present the new documentary on star Leonard NimoyFOR THE LOVE OF SPOCK, and five of the first features following Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, Scotty, Uhura, Sulu and Chekov across the galaxy. These films embody the ideals of sci-fi’s first franchise that have endured for 50 years; may they continue to live long and prosper for many more.

 

Read Mark Altman’s appreciation of STAR TREK on our blog.

 

Friday, Sept. 9 – 7:30 PM – Egyptian Theatre

STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE

Join us in the lobby at 6:30 PM, where author Preston Neal Jones will sign his book, Return to Tomorrow: The Filming of Star Trek – The Motion Picture. STAR TREK soundtrack releases will also be available for purchase from La-La Land Records.

 

The evening begins with a panel discussion including original series story editor Dorothy D.C. Fontana, writer David Gerrold, casting director Joe D’Agosta and others, moderated by Roger Lay, Jr. and Mark A. Altman. Program includes free bonus featurette “Maiden Voyage: Making STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE.”

 

Saturday, Sept. 10 – 7:30 PM – Egyptian Theatre

FOR THE LOVE OF SPOCK

Co-presented by Alamo Drafthouse Los Angeles and Birth Movies Death

Join us before the show in the lobby, where STAR TREK soundtrack releases will be available for purchase from La-La Land Records.

 

Discussion following with Adam Nimoy. Program includes free bonus featurette “The New Frontier: Resurrecting Star Trek.” All ticket buyers will be eligible to win a Star Trek The Original Series Soundtrack Collection Box Set, courtesy of La-La Land Records.

 

Sunday, Sept. 11 – 7:30 PM – Egyptian Theatre

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN & STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK

Join us before the show in the lobby, where STAR TREK soundtrack releases will be available for purchase from La-La Land Records.

 

Discussion between films with producer Robert Sallin moderated by Roger Lay, Jr. and Mark A. Altman. Program includes free bonus featurette “The Genesis Effect: Engineering THE WRATH OF KHAN.” All ticket buyers will be eligible to win the new Star Trek: 50th Anniversary Collection blu-ray set.

 

Friday, Sept. 16 – 7:30 PM – Egyptian Theatre

STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME & STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY

 

Join us before the show in the lobby, where STAR TREK soundtrack releases will be available for purchase from La-La Land Records.

 

Discussion between films with writer/director Nicholas Meyer, producer Steven Charles-Jaffe, actor W. Morgan Sheppard, associate producer Kirk Thatcher and critic Scott Mantz, moderated by Roger Lay, Jr. and Mark A. Altman. Program includes free bonus featurettes “The Dream Is Alive: The Continuing Mission” and “End of an Era: Charting the Undiscovered Country.”

 

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