A Tribute to Star Trek

Forty years in the making, this is indisputably the most successful entertainment franchise of all time. Ten motion pictures, over 700 hours of television, five different casts and one admirable theme: respect and learn from other cultures, help those in need and when absolutely necessary defend your ideals against those who would destroy them. Steady as she goes, you are about to enter Destination Hollywood's Tribute to Star Trek.

What's New

With "Lost" creator and super-hot director J.J. Abrams at the helm, the eleventh Star Trek movie hits theaters in May 2009. Unfortunately, not much is known about the story with the exception that it focuses on the early adventures of James Kirk, Spock and the rest of Enterprise crew.

Check out the movie's official site and here's the trailer:

Star Trek: The Tour

Over the next five years and in forty cities across North America, a 50,000 square foot interactive tribute to the Star Trek 40-year-plus cultural phenomenon will be on tour.

We've been and we have the scoop on everything you need to know about the Tour. Check out the Destination Hollywood Review of Star Trek: The Tour

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