All 10 Star Trek movies are being released in a special collection today. Based on Gene Roddenberry's TV show the movies deal with the continuing adventures of the starship Enterprise crew: the original series (1-6) and The Next Generation (8-10) crews (film 7 served as the transition). Cast included William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Walter Koenig, Nichelle Nichols, Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Marina Sirtis and Gates McFadden.
- Star Trek: The Motion Picture: directed by Robert Wise, VFX mainly provided by Apogee under the supervision of John Dykstra and Doug Trumbull. Admiral Kirk assumes command of a retrofitted Enterprise to study and try to stop a destructive space entity headed towards Earth.
- Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan: directed by Nicholas Meyer, VFX mainly provided by ILM under the supervision of Ken Ralston and Jim Veilleux. Admiral Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise must battle old adversary Khan Noonian Singh, whom he abandoned on a planet, when he escapes and gets hold of a powerful weapon.
- Star Trek III: The Search for Spock: directed by Leonard Nimoy, VFX mainly provided by ILM under the supervision of Ken Ralston. Admiral Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise steal the decommissioned Enterprise to go back to the Genesis planet while a rogue Klingon crew attempts to discover its secrets.
- Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home: directed by Leonard Nimoy, VFX mainly provided by ILM under the supervision of Ken Ralston. When a mysterious unstoppable probe threatens to destroy Earth, Admiral Kirk and his exiled companions travel back in time to retrieve humpback whales that might save the planet.
- Star Trek V: The Final Frontier: directed by William Shatner, VFX mainly provided by Associates & Ferren under the supervision of Bran Ferren. The Vulcan half brother of Spock steals the Enterprise on an obsessive search for God.
- Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country: directed by Nicholas Meyer, VFX mainly provided by ILM and Matte World Digital under the supervision of Scott Farrar and Craig Barron. Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise try to stop a conspiracy bent on derailing a peace treaty between the Federation and the Klingon Empire.
- Star Trek: Generations: directed by David Carson, VFX mainly provided by ILM, Santa Barbara Studios and CIS under the supervision of John Knoll, John Grower and Ronald B. Moore. Capt. Kirk and the crew of The Next Generation try to stop a mad scientist quest to enter a space anomaly that destroys planets in its wake.
- Star Trek: First Contact: directed by Jonathan Frakes, VFX mainly provided by ILM, Matte World Digital, Illusion Arts, POP and VisionArt under the supervision of John Knoll, Craig Barron, Syd Dutton, Adam Howard, Scott Rader, Joshua Rose and David Takemura. Capt. Picard and the crew of the Enterprise E pursue the Borg to the past where they intend to disrupt human history.
- Star Trek: Insurrection: directed by Jonathan Frakes, VFX mainly provided by Blue Sky/VIFX, Santa Barbara Studios, POP, CIS, Hunter/Gratzner, The Chandler Group under the supervision of Jim Rygiel, John Grower, David Sosalla and Dan Curry. Capt. Picard and the crew of the Enterprise E rebel when they discover a plot between the Federation and their newest allies to displace a planet's population.
- Star Trek: Nemesis: directed by Stuart Baird, VFX mainly provided by Digital Domain, Illusion Arts, CIS, Digiscope and Pacific Title Digital, under the supervision of Mark Forker, Syd Dutton and Ken Jones. Capt. Picard and the crew of the Enterprise E is sent to negotiate a truce between the Federation and the Romulan Empire.
This release consists of the 2-disc special editions of all 10 films. While no new extras are present it does include all the extras of the special editions which include audio commentaries with directors, actors, producers, screenwriters and VFX supervisors, the text commentaries by Michael and Denise Okuda, photo galleries, trailers and deleted scenes, cast and crew interviews and featurettes covering the production of all films including VFX specific ones.