Star Trek embraces easter eggs, including a secret cameo of R2-D2 in the 2009 reboot, which appeals to fans of both Star Trek and Star Wars.
James T. Kirk's preserved body is studied at the Daystrom Institute, hinting at a possible future for the character in the series.
Star Trek Beyond pays homage to the original series with a reference to the cosmic green hand in space, capturing the nostalgia and history of the franchise.
Star Trek has been revitalized over the last decade with new shows and movies, adding to the ever-growing library of Star Trek content.
The series is not afraid to get strange, featuring easter eggs like the R2-D2 cameo and the cosmic hand.
Captain Kirk's green tunic in the original series was actually a result of poor lighting, and this is referenced in the new show Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.
Jeff Bezos, the former CEO of Amazon, made a cameo in Star Trek Beyond as an unnamed alien Starfleet officer, showcasing his love for the franchise.
The inclusion of Tribbles in Star Trek: Into Darkness demonstrates the creative potential of the series' alien creatures.
“Take a moment and visit our site to get more updates and stay aware.”