BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
While we don’t know much about Idris Elba's villain in Star Trek Beyond, the British actor recently opened up on the matter, and he promised something “groundbreaking.”
Over the last few months, the cast and crew of Star Trek Beyond have been using their place in the public eye to raise funds for a variety of charities. They’ve also taken the opportunity to tease bits and pieces of the highly secretive film, including this glimpse of a new alien head.
Much like Star Wars: The Force Awakens, plot details for Star Trek Beyond are still largely under wraps, but it looks like this one will be different than the previous installments, even if it’s only in terms of the central characters.
Star Trek: Axanar is a fan-made Star Trek film that began its production journey on Kickstarter. They’ve somehow managed to prevent the ire of CBS and Paramount, both of which own the rights to the various Star Trek properties.
In a recent interview, Patrick Stewart left the door open to reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation. It doesn't sound likely, but the possibility is there, feel free to speculate away.
We don't know much about Star Trek Beyond at this point, but they do keep expanding the cast, including one new young British actress who just joined the party in a mystery role.
Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, who play Captain James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock respectively, have renegotiated their deals to now include Star Trek 4. With the move comes raises, with new salaries of about $6 million for each actor – significant increases of what they made for Star Trek and its sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness.
Adam Nimoy was working with his father, Leonard Nimoy, to create a documentary film about Spock, and he needs your help to make it a reality
The script for Star Trek 3 was apparently such a monster that Simon Pegg and co-writer Doug Jung had to trim nearly 50 pages.
Star Trek 3 is still more than a year away, but the closer we get, the clearer the picture gets. Here's what we know about the movie so far.
Taking over the script for Star Trek 3 Simon Pegg apparently has one big goal, to make it less Star Treky.
The upcoming third film in the rebooted, reenergized and retconned Star Trek series may have just set course with a title. Already rumored to be film focusing more on the exploration aspect of the original TV show, the threequel is reportedly looking to thrill audiences under the auspices of the title, Star Trek Beyond. Could this really be the title under which the U.S.S. Enterprises once again heads into warp speed?
Because of his expansive fan base and inspiration that a documentary about Leonard Nimoy’s life and the character whom he brought to life took fruition. And no better person to produce and direct the film than Nimoy’s own son, Adam Nimoy.
We love the idea of Idris Elba playing the villain in Star Trek 3, and we even have some ideas about who he should play.
Zachary Quinto gives a touching tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy, reflecting on a paternal friendship dynamic that almost mirrored what we saw between the two Spocks on the big screen. See just how profound of an impact in real life the "old Spock" had on the "young Spock."
The passing of science fiction icon, Leonard Nimoy at the age of 83 is probably the biggest blow dealt to the massive legion of Star Trek devotees who have long-followed the venerable, nearly 50 year-old epoch-shaping franchise.
The concept: "What if Star Wars and Star Trek had a knock down drag out fight--who would win" is almost as old as the Superman vs. Batman battle memes. But it ain't a fair fight folks!
While a movie’s box office numbers are a good sign of its popularity or the level of anticipation it was able to muster, one could argue that Blu-ray sales are an indicator of just how beloved that title is.
Before Patrick Stewart got a Twitter account and taught the world how to really use social media, he was known around the world as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. He appeared in multiple Star Trek episodes and films and now he’s suggesting that he’d like to return for more.
Want to know how many lens flares are actually used in Star Trek Into Darkness? Because someone has actually counted, and you'll be quite amazed at how many times J.J. Abrams turned to the special effect.