magictransistor:

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starwars:

Drew Struzan’s poster created to celebrate the saga’s history-making first decade.

monochrome-monitor:

~ 29 years old ~ Steve Jobs [refreshingly youthful]
monochrome-monitor:

~ 29 years old ~ Steve Jobs [refreshingly youthful]
monochrome-monitor:

~ 29 years old ~ Steve Jobs [refreshingly youthful]

monochrome-monitor:

~ 29 years old ~ Steve Jobs [refreshingly youthful]

(via dinosaurspen)

Cause I’m a rocket man. 

Cause I’m a rocket man. 

(via thesillyturtle)

muldermemes:

fox mulder??? nah what a nerd what a— [trips] [hundreds of thousands of photos of mulder spill out of jacket] w-what a fucking loser i these arent mine im just [gathering them up frantically sweating] listen i just listen fuck [thousands of pictures of mulder scatter across the floor] shit fuck im holding them for a friend just listen

(via deepspacequeer)

70sscifiart:

The collected escapades of Space Cat
70sscifiart:

The collected escapades of Space Cat
70sscifiart:

The collected escapades of Space Cat
70sscifiart:

The collected escapades of Space Cat

70sscifiart:

The collected escapades of Space Cat

(via fauxmulder)

salparadisewasright:

fauxmulder:

i love captain kirk so much but i am captain kirk so like ???

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(via fauxmulder)

The producers of Star Trek (2009) have stated - including on the audio commentary - that many of the events of the alternate reality could have taken place in the original timeline. Some possible events include:

- a rebellious youth in Iowa
- disciplinary actions for cheating on the Kobayashi Maru
- meeting Spock for the first time because he cheated on his test

James T. Kirk page on Memory-Alpha

Further proof that the writers of New Trek know nothing about James T. Kirk.

- Jim was on Tarsus when he was thirteen years old and came back to Earth when he was seventeen and then went straight to the Academy. Yes, I can totally see how he had time to be a ‘rebellious youth’.

- He got a commendation for ‘original thinking’ from Kobayashi Maru.

- Spock had no part in Kobayashi Maru. He was not in the command-track, so he didn’t take the test and also had no part on programming it. As he says in The Wrath of Khan: "I never took the Kobayashi Maru test until now. What do you think of my solution?”

In conclusion: Reboot producers should do their fucking research.

(via starfleetofficeranna)

(via fauxmulder)

“It’s a very big, epic sci-fi movie. This isn’t a movie with a bunch of lines running around the page. We’re not giving feet to the geometric shapes.”
— Threshold Entertainment CEO Larry Kasanoff, on the Tetris movie in production. (Via WSJ)