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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.
Star Trek 3 is scheduled to be a triumphant celebration of the soon-to-be 50 year old franchise's healthy run in pop culture history. But, as anyone who's thrown a good party will tell you, such an event takes a lot of time and effort to prepare, and things can change at the blink of an eye.
Roberto Orci is attacking fans online again. This time, he's pushing back to fans upset about his plot plans for Star Trek 3.
July 2016 is shaping up to be an awesome year for blockbuster cinema. Don't believe us? Then check out what is in store!
Justin Lin has been named director of Star Trek 3. With a new director on board, we can expect a few changes in the Star Trek franchise.
Over the past couple weeks, we have been extremely curious who Paramount Pictures would find to replace Roberto Orci at the helm of the upcoming Star Trek 3, and now it seems as though they may have found their guy. Justin Lin is now the man attached to follow J.J. Abrams as the director of the rebooted sci-fi series that began back in 2009.
Star Trek 3 is going through a heck of a time landing on a director. Even though a shortlist of filmmakers was only revealed earlier this week, one of the individuals has already publicly and gracefully declined the offer.
As James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy box office numbers began to soar when the film was released this past summer, the big studios began to notice something: audiences really like big, sci-fi space adventures. The Marvel Studios was as much a comedy with oddball characters as it was a big space-set action adventure, and its success has already been having a big impact on the industry.
Paramount has released 5 names of directors it is pursuing for Star Trek 3. You'll be interested to see who is--and isn't--on the list.
Now that Robert Orci has officially bowed out of directing Star Trek 3, there is a great deal of speculation in the air regarding who will be directing instead. Though Edgar Wright has been said to be on the shortlist of directors, Twitter has been campaigning hard with the hashtag #BringInRiker in efforts to get Star Trek alum Jonathan Frakes in the Star Trek 3 director’s chair.
Robert Orci is no longer directing Star Trek 3. But he's finally talking a bit about the film and his departure.
It looks like Star Trek 3 has lost another director. With Roberto Orci bowing out, here is a list of other names that could certainly handle the task of directing a Star Trek film.
However far along they were in the process, it looks like Orci won’t be leading the starship Enterprise in 2016. It’s being reported that Orci has been let go as the director of the third Star Trek reboot film.
Peng-wings? Penglins? Benedict Cumberbatch possibly has the most charming idiosyncrasy as he fails to pronounce penguin.
John Cho has worked hard to establish Sulu as an integral component on the rebooted Star Trek timeline. He has been an action hero in the 2009 installment, and briefly assumed the captain’s chair in Into Darkness (as shown above). We’re excited to see what Sulu can do in Star Trek 3.
Maybe it’s fan service. Maybe it’s a move to make amends with Shatner after inviting his Star Trek co-star Leonard Nimoy to play in two rebooted Trek movies, while Captain Kirk sat on the sidelines, sulking. Either way, all parties have hinted in the press that Shatner’s Kirk may find a way into Star Trek 3, and now we’re learning how.
The ever-evolving tale of William Shatner’s possible return for the third film in the rebooted Star Trek series has taken another strange turn – with Shatner now confirming that he has been in contact with the production
William Shatner will appear in Star Trek 3 as James Tiberius Kirk … we think. The internet has been awash with rumors this weeek that the legendary actor would cameo alongside Leonard Nimoy in the next installment to the beloved sci-fi series, but today both Roberto Orci and Shatner have released cryptic comments that have left his inclusion up in the air.
Wishful thinking? Kismit? The planets aligning? We don’t know yet. We’re holding out hope that William Shatner can be part of Roberto Orci’s Star Trek 3. Let's see what happens.
The Internet is buzzing with the rumor that William Shatner may return as Captain Kirk in the new Star Trek movie. I give you several reasons as to why this is actually a good idea.
New reports suggest William Shatner is finally in line to appear in Star Trek 3, as it has been revealed that Roberto Orci has reportedly written a cameo for the original James Tiberius Kirk. The only question is whether or not Shatner will actually take it.