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.
Star Trek Beyond has already added a couple of key newcomers to the cast, but now they've brought in a total martial arts badass to stir the pot and keep things lively.
When Simon Pegg was tasked with co-writing Star Trek Beyond, the experience apparently left the current Mr. Scott looking to abandon his literary engine room on a number of occasions.
With filming just under way, we don't know much about Star Trek Beyond yet, but Idris Elba, who plays the villain, revealed that he'll face off with one iconic character.
After a good long wait, Justin Lin’s Star Trek 3 has finally arrived at the production stage, and the director of the project has celebrated the first day of shooting by debuting our first look at the Starfleet logo on set. You can take in the sleeve art in all of its glory inside
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.
The last time we got a Star Trek movie, it turned out to basically be a less-than-stellar, rather nonsensical remake of one of sci-fi's greatest blockbusters. Fortunately, it doesn't appear as though fans will have to go through the re-do treatment again with Star Trek 3, as director Justin Lin has promised not only an original story, but also brand new worlds and alien species.
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?
Not many people in the U.S. know Sofia Boutella by name. Instead, she’s that girl with the samurai sword legs in Kingsman: The Secret Service. This could all change with her next role, however, as the 33-year-old Algerian actress has just been cast in Star Trek 3, and she has a major part to play.
The upcoming Star Trek 3, will be going into things with a new director untested in the genre with Justin Lin. Understandably, there’s a lot of curiosity regarding what Lin, who comes from the high-paced pedigree of the Fast & Furious films will bring to something like Star Trek. Well, in a recent interview, Chekov, himself, Anton Yelchin, reveals his take on the new man at the helm.
Many fans assumed Idris Elba is going to play a Klingon in Star Trek 3, but according to one of the writers, that is not the case.
Star Trek 3 is chugging along, powered by the creative dilithium crystals supplied by one of the film’s stars, Simon Pegg, aka, Montgomery Scott. After a shakeup last year would see Roberto Orci, a key member of the current iteration’s creative forces bow out of the film, our new Scotty found himself in the engine room of the creative process. In a recent interview, he candidly discusses the task of picking up the pieces left behind after Orci’s exit.
Simon Pegg has opened up about writing Star Trek 3, and he’s admitted that a necessary part of the process for him is that he he needs to follow certain rules in order to respect the original series. However Pegg also insisted that he has only used this as a starting off point, and he wants his own take on the material to shine through.
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.
Star Trek 3 is placed in a quandary. How does it up the villain ante after Benedict Cumberbatch’s Khan in Into Darkness? How about with Idris Elba?
It’s unclear whether this villain will be a brand-new one introduced specifically for Star Trek 3 or if he will have some continuity within the franchise. We’ve already see the Romulans in Star Trek and Khan in Star Trek Into Darkness, that it seems all too likely that Star Trek 3 will have some throwbacks to the original films or TV series as well.