The panel "An Astronaut’s Voyage to the Final Frontier," held on October 12, kicked off Toronto International Film Festival's series of Trek Talks -- and is pleased to share video of the entire 84-minute session. Presented in partnership with CBS and the Canadian Space Agency, TIFF's Trek Talks feature roundtable discussions and keynote presentations that consider the influence of Star Trek in the areas of television, film, technology, space exploration, education, politics and social justice.

"An Astronaut's Voyage to the Final Frontier" explored the innovative ways in which Star Trek represents space travel and technology, and it welcomed Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen as keynote speaker. Lt. Col. Hansen was one of two recruits selected in May 2009 through the third Canadian Astronaut Recruitment Campaign. While waiting for a flight assignment, Lt. Col. Hansen works at NASA's Mission Control Center as Capcom, the voice between the ground and the ISS.

The next event, Trek Talks: Lawrence Kraus on Star Trek and Science, will be held on November 2. Visit for details about that Trek Talk and others as well.

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Say it isn’t so, Tim!! After giving Fox its biggest hit of the year, Tim Miller has decided to amicably leave Deadpool 2. Contractually, Miller was never signed on to come back as director, but he was planning on coming back and was co-developing the script as well. However, Deadline has reported that Miller and star Ryan Reynolds had a “series of creative differences” thus leaving no choice but for Miller to step down as director. Despite leaving Deadpool 2, Fox is still very high on Miller and the studio is already looking to him to direct their next hopeful tentpole, Influx.

This exit comes at a time when the film is deep in the casting process for its two new characters, Domino and Cable. Recently, a list of all the stars testing for Domino was revealed including Lizzy Caplan (“Masters of Sex”), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (10 Cloverfield Lane), Sienna Miller (American Sniper), Sofia Boutella (Star Trek Beyond), Stephanie Sigman (SPECTRE), and Sylvia Hoeks (Overspel). There have been no word yet on any casting decisions on Cable.

The road to Deadpool has been notoriously well-known by fans and industry insiders everywhere. Throughout the years since X-Men Origins, Reynolds continuously pushed for the movie to be made, and the film eventually was green-lit after the Miller-directed leaked concept footage spread like wildfire across the Internet. Reynolds’ belief in the movie paid off big time, as the R-rated superhero film eventually grossed more than $750 million in theaters worldwide and became a cultural phenomenon (see: Ajax/Francis memes).

But alas, that’s just how Hollywood works and directors have left big superhero films over creative differences. The most memorable of them all was Edgar Wright leaving Ant-Man after years of developing the film for Marvel Studios. Wonder Woman director, Patty Jenkins, also left Thor: The Dark World over creative differences with Marvel Studios as well. This “creative differences” scenario also hit Warner Bros/DC Films also as writer/director Seth Grahame-Smith left The Flash.

What do you think of Tim Miller leaving Deadpool 2? Sound off in the comments section below!

Deadpool 2 is slated for release in 2018.

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Following in the footsteps of The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood, the new Doctor Who spin-off, Class, will be another show for Doctor Who fans to sit down and chew into. Taking place at Coal Hill Academy (the school that’s been featured since the beginning of the series), Class focuses primarily on six students at the school as well as some of the staff. At New York Comic Con, Nerd Reactor had the chance to sit in at an exclusive round table featuring show creator Patrick Ness and stars Greg Austin, Fady Elsayed, Sophie Hopkins, and Vivian Oparah.

Unlike the previous Doctor Who spin-offs, Class will focus primarily on characters who we haven’t met before (aside from Mr. Armitage, who has been seen briefly in series eight). So there’s really no Sarah Jane or Captain Jack to ease us into the transition of the new show. In talking about their characters, Greg Austin talks about his character Charlie, saying that he’s “the new boy in school. …He’s kind of shy, but the way he’s thrown into the scenarios that they all have to go through he starts making friends for the first time with these other guys.”

For Patrick Ness, he has the job of running his show while trying to at least maintain some sort of connection with the ever expanding universe of Doctor Who. Ness wants to make sure though that Class can step out on its own, but there will be a bit of help in the first episode saying that The Doctor is in episode one of the series. Ness goes on, saying “This is a different corner of the universe that we’ve never seen before, and so we need to see how he sees it, how he looks at it.” He continues, talking about the difference between Doctor Who and Class saying, “[The Doctor] goes on an adventure, then he leaves, and it’s fantastic and we go with him. So this is what happens when we don’t go with him, to the people left behind.”

The way Ness describes Class, it really feels like there’s going to be a tone departure from Doctor Who, saying that the show is “…quite dark, and it’s not afraid to go with the big emotional arcs. …It’s everything that’s…why sci-fi is always just a bare step away from allegorical because the life and death decisions are what it feels like to be a teenager and what all science fiction does is take that and literalize it and say, ‘Well, in fact, what if that were really the case?’”

One of the most appealing parts about the show seems to be that Class doesn’t shy away from social issues that we see in everyday life. Fady Elsayed goes on, saying that, “It’s very now, everything you’re gonna see is just so…current, and just very authentic.” Vivian Oparah builds off of that and says, “If it wasn’t like that, how are you making a TV show in the 21st century and not touching on any 21st century issues?”

Sophie Hopkins joins the discussion as well and says, “The prime thing about the show that as well as the side order of fighting aliens and saving the world, it’s real world drama and that’s at the heart of it and that’s why so many people will connect to it.” When it comes down to it, it sounds like the show is about teenagers having to deal with being teenagers and navigate high school and their lives. With the added dosage of having The Doctor and monsters.

Will the fans of Doctor Who enjoy the new spin-off show, Class? It’s tough to say. Sure, Class focuses on a group of teenagers and the problems and trials they go through during their young lives, but it also appears to be much darker than a lot that’s been seen on Doctor Who itself. As for me? I can’t wait for it to make its premiere on BBC America. Sadly, that won’t be until 2017. But for those across the pond, you should have had the chance to have captured the first couple of episodes by now, as Class made its premiere on BBC Three. So don’t spoil it for the rest of us.

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Christopher Lloyd turns 78 years old today. Star Trek fans think fondly of Lloyd thanks to his memorable turn as the formidable Commander Kruge in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. To celebrate his birthday, we at thought we'd share 5 Things You Need to Know About Christopher Lloyd.

  • The actor may be best known to Trek fans for his performance as Kruge, but his most-popular non-Trek roles include Rev. Jim Ignatowski on Taxi, Uncle Fester in The Addams Family and Addams Family Values, Judge Doom in Who Framed Roger Rabbit and, of course, Emmett "Doc" Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy.
  • Lloyd was born in Stamford, Connecticut, and raised in New Canaan. His grandfather was Lewis Henry Lapham. Lapham was one of the co-founders of the oil company Texaco.
  • Lloyd made his movie debut in a classic. He portrayed the mental patient Max Taber in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
  • What movie featured the involvement of Lloyd, as well as Trek icons Patrick Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg and Leonard Nimoy, as well as Voyager guest star Ed Begley, Jr.? That'd be The Pagemaster, a live-action/animated fantasy film released in 1994. Also in that film, veteran voiceover actor Frank Welker, who lent his talents to the videogames Star Trek: Starfleet Command: Orion Pirates, Star Trek: Starfleet Command: Volume II: Empires at War and Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, voiced an alien for the Voyager episode "Nothing Human" and even provided the Spock screams in The Search for Spock.
  • Lloyd's upcoming projects include a remake of the comedy-drama Going in Style and also Cold Moon, a horror film.

Please join in wishing Mr. Lloyd a very happy birthday.

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Whenever Brewery Ommegang releases their new brew, I am always crossing my fingers for a Belgian ale, because they know how to do Belgian ales right. This is no exception with their latest brew: Valar Dohaeris Tripel Ale. Unlike its predecessor Valar Morghulis Dubbel Ale, Valar Dohaeris is completely different. One is dark and one is light. The Valar Dohaeris is a 9% ABV Belgian-style Tripel and is a light and refreshing brew perfect for the fall season.

We were able to sample a bottle and taste the finished product which has been released, along with the Valar Morghulis in a set. The pour was into a tulip glass and poured this golden copper with a fluffy white head and great lacing and retention. The smell was grains and honey along with the taste of honey and candied sugar. The flavor is very sweet and smooth, with a bit of spice that isn’t overpowering. The finish is moderately dry with a hint of yeast. The taste is light but provides a creamy feel, which is perfect for the fall season. This would be especially perfect during a Thanksgiving meal. The great thing about Valar Dohaeris is the fact that it is so hearty, it ages well over time, so it could be stocked up for the next few seasons.

The presentation of the 750 mL bottle, like Valar Morghulis, is the two-headed coin that Arya Stark carried, given to her by Jaqen H’ghar, one of the “Faceless Men of Braavos”. The background is the wall of faces (minus the faces) from the House of Black and White. The name, Valar Doheris, is the response to the common Braavos greeting “Valar Moghulis” (All men must die) and directly translate to “All men must serve”. Hence, they are accompanied together as a gift pack with an exclusive Game of Thrones glass at major retailers for $22.99. For fans who just want to enjoy the taste of Valar Dohaeris, the individual 750 mL corked bottle is available at major retailers with the recommended retail price of $9.99 per bottle. For more information on the brew and where to find it, click here.


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If anyone has ever read Douglas Adams books will understand, it’s a bit complicated and, honestly, just a bit weird. It doesn’t necessary mean it’s bad. On the contrary, Adams books are an international phenomenon and have been celebrated for decades. It doesn’t mean it should be adapted into a film or series, but I do give props for people trying. Fortunately, BBC America’s Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency isn’t a direct adaptation from the books – Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency and The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul. Instead, it’s writer and creator Max Landis’ interpretation of Dirk Gently and his story. For fans who have read the books, there are a lot of changes, but for those who have never read the book, this may be a lot to take in.

Whenever people see a cute British guy who plays a detective, they assume a Sherlock Holmes type of character. In the story of Dirk Gently (played by Samuel Barnett), our detective doesn’t believe in clues or have his own ‘mind palace’, instead, his approach to solving the mystery is believing the universe will lead him to the answers. This holistic way of thinking is what makes Dirk a brilliant detective – he’s just damn lucky that the universe is on his side. Of course, this connection with the universe brings him to Todd (Elijah Wood), a down-on-his-luck lonely guy who is just struggling to make ends meat. Dirk takes Todd under his wing, despite the protest from Todd, and together, they become a team to solve a really confusing crime which involves a mass murder, a black kitten, cult-like bald men, and some supernatural weirdness. While Dirks is a bit strange, Todd is the straight-arrow character who, like the audience, is trying to make sense of it all.

The storylines are completely jumbled and confusing but as the episodes moved on, it becomes a bit clearer. Everything is truly connected in some way and it blows your mind. When you let go of logic and begin to accept the oddities of the show – which involves psychic predictions, random characters that destroy things, and souls being devoured, you start to see the beauty of it, especially for the Adams (and Landis) fan.

Although Dirk and Todd are presumed to be the main characters of the series, the real heroes – or possibly anti-hero – comes in the form of a psychopathic holistic assassin named Bart (played brilliantly by Fiona Dourif) and her newfound assistant Ken (Mpho Koaho). Their interactions and performances stand out from the other characters because of their chemistry and they may have the funniest conversational dialogue. It’s obvious that relationship between Bart and Ken seem to mirror that of Dirk and Todd, so this will prove interesting if and when those holistic teams will meet.

After viewing the first three episodes, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency may take time getting used to but should be given a chance. Like on the show, just let go of common sense and enjoy the series.  There is a purpose for everything happening in the episode and isn’t weird just for the sake of “being weird”.

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood wants to celebrate Halloween for fans of horror. For the first time ever, the tour will focus on horror films with Horror Made Here: A Halloween Screening and Twilight Tour.

For the first time ever, the two-night event will focus on horror and supernatural films with Horror Made Here: A Halloween Screening, Twilight Tour, and Studio 48’s horror add-ons. Guests will enjoy a Halloween-themed movie screening in the iconic Stephen J Ross Theaters on the WB lot and a special twilight tour of the studio lot. Guests will visit classic set locations, view props, and hear insider tales from the most iconic horror films on the lot, including The Exorcist, The Lost Boys, Gremlins, House of Wax, Monster Squad, The Conjuring 1 & 2, Annabelle, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, and HBO’s True Blood. After the twilight tour, guests have the opportunity to watch a special screening of the supernatural thriller The Conjuring (Friday) and The Conjuring 2 (Saturday).

WB Tour Hollywood’s Director of Marketing Gary Soloff talked about the new horror aspect on the tour, “So the way we themed the tour differently than our normal tour, we have taken all the different content for horror genre films that were made here on the lot and talk about that. We talk about the iconic sets and props that are across the lot. For instance, we’ll go by the Gremlins’ house and talk about the scenes. We talk about the House of Wax. We are also allowing people to step out and take pictures as well. It’ll be a much more unique experience than what we have in our normal tour. It’s themed around Halloween.”

The tour is also entirely at night, which provides a bit of a creepy factor on a practically empty lot. The tour guides have been here for years and are knowledgeable about the ghost stories on set and in Hollywood in general. Don’t worry. There are no monsters or ghosts jumping out at you. This tour is for horror and movie fans alike – learning the history and stories of Hollywood, especially horror films.

Tickets are available now for $75 per person, which includes the tour, screening, and some movie-themed treats. Parking is available onsite for $10 per vehicle. To purchase tickets, click here.

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Hello… What have we here? It’s been a while since we’ve heard any news regarding Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s Han Solo spin-off, but that has changed today. Donald Glover (FX’s “Atlanta”) has officially been cast as Lando Calrissian in the Han Solo spin-off pic. He joins Alden Ehrenreich (Han Solo) in bringing the younger versions of the two most iconic Star Wars characters to life.

“We’re so lucky to have an artist as talented as Donald join us,” said Lord and Miller. “These are big shoes to fill, and an even bigger cape, and this one fits him perfectly, which will save us money on alterations. Also, we’d like to publicly apologize to Donald for ruining Comic-Con for him forever.” The Han Solo spinoff film will depict “Lando in his formative years as a scoundrel on the rise in the galaxy’s underworld — years before the events involving Han, Leia, and Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back and his rise to Rebel hero in Return of the Jedi.”


Glover has been rumored for the young Lando role for months now, and now it’s finally official. I can’t wait to see what Childish Gambino has in store for the most charismatic scoundrel in the universe (that’s not named Han Solo).

What do you think of Glover as Lando? Sound off in the comments section below!

The Han Solo spin-off film blasts into theaters in 2018.

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Nerd Reactor is teaming up with Action Against Hunger, an organization that helps bring immediate relief and long-term solutions to hungry children and families around the world. We will be doing a streaming marathon to help with fundraising this Saturday, October 22nd, starting at 3pm PST on Twitch. Come watch us play Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta, Street Fighter V, NBA 2k17, Tricky Towers and other games.

Every $45 we raise will save a young child’s life.

For more info, visit Nerd Reactor’s Action Against Hunger page.

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In honor of the 30th anniversary of the iconic film Aliens, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment launched a special Aliens Snapchat lens just for this weekend.

Sure! Get a hug from a Facehugger and become an alien! They just want a hug! This is a limited time lens, so don’t miss out on your love for the film!

Official Aliens synopsis:

After floating in space for 57 years, Lt. Ripley’s shuttle is found by a deep space salvage team. Upon arriving at LV-426, the marines find only one survivor, a nine year old girl named Newt. But even these battle-hardened marines with all the latest weaponry are no match for the hundreds of aliens that have invaded the colony.

Check it out and don’t forget to share it on social media using the hashtag #Aliens30th.

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is just around the corner, and we’re heading to the second Beta weekend coming up. If you’ve pre-ordered Infinite Warfare for the PS4, then you have access to both weekends. But that’s not all, now all PS4 users will have a chance to access the beta weekend without pre-ordering Infinite Warfare. I had the opportunity to check out the Beta, which you can see in the video above. Here are my thoughts on Infinite Warfare so far:

One of the biggest changes to the COD series was taking it to space. It seemed like a natural progression with Advance Warfare taking war to a potential futuristic war with exoskeletons. There are plenty of ground combat but with slightly enhanced gameplay such as boost jumps, sliding and wall running. This reminded me a lot of Titanfall, but that’s not a bad thing seeing as how much I enjoyed it. And the shift to space is very seamless since there is no change at all as to how your character reacts to its surroundings, like floating. In one match I didn’t even know I was in a space station until I died and my body just floated away.

Creating futuristic weapons are always a challenge due to always trying to bring something new as well as a bit realistic, depending on the game. Infinite Warfare has a great selection of weapons that feel natural but also empowering. My favorite gun was the EBR-800, which is a sniper that can be fired in full auto mode. Most other weapons function like current generation weapons but with a cosmetic upgrade, except the Claw. That was an insane weapon that can clear groups of people in seconds. The ballistic rounds just add to how deadly that weapon can be.


The Combat Rigs gives the player the ability to fully customize their character, down to perks and payload. The Warfighter, for example, uses the Claw, but also has two other payloads: Overdrive and Combat Focus. As you level up your character through online matches, you gain more items to customize the look (like armor and taunts) and weapons as well. This isn’t really new, but it gives you the opportunity to play around with your characters gear like helmet and armor.

During the beta, there were 4 different game matches available: Team Deathmatch, Kill Confirmed, Domination, and Defender. Its a good mix of matches to suit all sorts of playstyles. Deathmatch is nothing new, but Kill Confirmed has a nice twist that has you pick up the dog tags of kills to get points towards your team score. This feature has been around for many COD games and is a welcome one seeing as I had the most fun out of all the match types. Defender appears to be a new style match for COD. It has the players grab a ball that accumulates points. The ball can be thrown across players, or even enemies, which prevents them from firing and an easy kill. I’ve seen a lot of players play creatively with the ball; I could’ve sworn it was hopping around like a soccer ball.

If you’re still on the fence about Infinite Warfare, be sure to check it out and see for yourself this weekend during the second Beta weekend. Remember, all PS4 players will have access to it, so hop on and decide if it’s worth getting.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare hit stores November 4, 2016.

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The Star Trek: The Original Series Bluetooth Communicator was two years in the making, but it was born more than 20 years before. Early in 1996, I read in a magazine that the Star Trek: Voyager writers were accepting unsolicited scripts and he decided to write and submit one. Unfortunately, mine was rejected, but I never forgot the dream of somehow working on Star Trek.

Back then I worked with Richard Blakesley at an R&D facility in Cambridge, UK. Together we developed a thin, flexible display technology, and formed a company to manufacture the displays for the best-selling Kameleon remote control.

Nearly a decade later, we set up a new company to design and manufacture another of our joint inventions, the Kymera Wand - the world’s first real magic wand, and The Wand Company was born. With the success of our wand, it was a natural step to move on to develop a remote-control sonic screwdriver, which is after all, really only a science-fiction magic wand, and taking a license from the BBC, The Wand Company entered the world of prop replicas.

At last I had the chance to indulge my Star Trek fantasy when The Wand Company was approached to make an Original Series Phaser and then, the holy grail of props, an Original Series Communicator prop replica.

The Communicator is one of those props that just about everyone, sci-fi fan or not, has heard of. Star Trek inspired a whole generation of engineers and designers to boldly go and develop the future, but 50 years ago when Kirk first flipped open that iconic brass antenna grille and called up the Enterprise to ask Scotty to beam him up, the young viewers who would later go on to develop the mobile telephone suddenly knew that that was what they were going to do. Five decades later, Richard and I also knew that by using Bluetooth technology, we could make our Communicator a success with the fans young and old who cherished the idea of their favorite science-fiction prop made real.

Accuracy was critical, so the first step was to do our research. With thousands of pages of detailed information, was the place to start, but we knew that only seeing the original prop at first hand was going to be good enough. After some negotiation, we were not only able to meet up with the owner of the last known Communicator hero prop, but take it to a 3D scanning studio to get highly detailed scans of the prop itself.  The non-destructive scanning process derives the shape of an object by imaging the contours made by thin stripes of light shone over its surface. In a few hours, the technique produced a micron-accurate digital pattern perfect for creating an exact replica.

However, a flawless 3D scan is not the end of the story. Back in the day, all props were made by hand and thus they were not always perfectly formed. Something that looks good enough on screen may not be symmetrical and may have misaligned components, neither of which would look good on a real product. The 3D scans were the beginning of a series of very delicate and careful decisions about how the final product should look and how far to take fidelity. In actual fact, the Communicator is a very well-made prop, but we decided to move the moiré screen bezel 1 mm across to centralize it, and line up and equally space out the three jewel indicators, so as to make a better-looking product.

What separates a toy from a display grade prop replica is the quality of its finishes and the materials. Matching the finish of the mass produced antenna grille to the original hero grille, aged with patina, was not an easy task and required a number of samples to be sent back and forth for review before the final finish was approved. Making the miniature microphone grille, however, wasn’t as much of a challenge. The original hero’s microphone grille used a 1960s transistor radio speaker grille, and as luck would have it original radios still exist. After some searching, one was located and was purchased off ebay and sent to the factory to be copied. Although the original grille was pressed from thin sheet metal in a mass production process, as only a small area of material was needed for all the Communicators to be made, micro machining was used to make the replica grilles.

Even the housing texture had to be meticulously replicated right down to the pattern stretch caused by the way that the original prop case had been made by thermoforming a sheet of patterned plastic over a "buck." And because the original texture was made up of miniature sculpted troughs and bumps, simple etching on the inside of the housing tooling was not sufficient to reproduce the pattern. Instead, a new laser etching process was used to create the texture on the inside of the tooling. Although expensive, the process allowed us to control the exact design of the texture and make sure it was as accurate as possible.

In order to make the Communicator look and feel as authentic as possible, wireless charging was selected over a simpler USB plug and socket arrangement, leaving the outside of the Communicator case free from an unsightly USB plug socket. And Richard set about designing the hardware needed to embed the charging coil in the display stand.

One of the most exciting aspects of working on a prop replica is designing the accessories that go with it. Whereas the original prop determines the outward design of the Communicator itself, items like the charging-display stand, soft carry case and hard-shell transit case all need to be designed from scratch. Importantly for the fans, these elements need to appear authentic, as if they might have existed with the product, but no canon exists to drive their design. For the carry case, various options were considered, including a semi-rigid, compact camera-style case before the leatherette pouch was finally agreed on as the most-elegant solution.

While I was designing the case and accessories and they were being refined by the factory for manufacture, Richard developed and designed the hardware and software to bring the Communicator alive. Typically, Mobile phone development teams run to hundreds strong, so creating a mobile phone quality system and making sure it passed all the statutory regulations for such a device was a significant challenge for our tiny team.

Finally, in the spring of 2016, production started. The Communicators are made in China by skilled operatives working in excellent conditions who pretty much assemble each unit by hand using purpose built jigs and specialist equipment.

So there you have it; 50 years after the Communicator first saw the light of day on a distant planet in Kirk’s hand in 2265, after 20 years of dreaming and two years of hard work, finally a working Communicator was launched to happy fans, 200 years ahead of schedule.

NOTE: The Star Trek: The Original Series Bluetooth Communicator is available now via Best Buy and ThinkGeek.

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