BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
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.
Star Trek Beyond has apparently started shooting. Some of its stars have been heralded their impeding return to the bridge of the Enterprise with some social media posts that do no less than whet the appetites of fans clamoring to once again “boldly go.”
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 first Hitman: Agent 47 trailer has landed online with guns blazing. There’s CGI-heavy exploding cars, hot chicks and a Terminator-esque assassin. Homeland star Rupert Friend fits the fill as the title villain in this feature film based in the realm of the classic video game. Check it out below!
With Roberto Orci and crew handing in the first draft of their script for Star Trek 3, it's time to start speculating about what classic Star Trek episodes might figure into the new film. Here are 5 prime choices.
Zachary Quinto, AKA Mr. Spock, appeared on the Today show this week, and revealed that he expects filming to get under way on a third Star Trek movie sometime in the next six months.
Zachary Quinto has joined the cast of Agent 47 in an unspecified role. Quinto, best known as Spock in the Star Trek film series, has been very delicate with his increased visibility in the wake of his conversion to Vulcanism.
Zachary Quinto, Stephen Graham, Adelaide Clemens and Natalie Dormer are the latest names attached to The Girl Who Invented Kissing. The film will be written and directed by Tom Sierchio, a one-time actor and stunt man whose previous credits include The Toxic Avenger and * batteries not included.
The Star Trek spirit is starting to rev up again. Fans have patiently waited four full years for a sequel to J.J. Abrams' 2009 reboot, but now the time has almost come. Star Trek Into Darkness arrives in theaters on May 17, and we can probably expect a full on-slaught of marketing tie-ins and promotions...
"Look deeper and you will see an outsider who does not belong. A man of two worlds. This tears him apart," says Harrison. "Wat does he do? Does he follow his head embracing logic and the power of reason or does he follow his heart, knowing the emotions he cannot control may destroy him? I will help him decide.
Is anyone else getting serious blockbuster flashbacks looking at this poster? Thinking back to another time when we were all getting excited about an ambitious sci-fi movie written in part by Damon Lindelof, and that included a marketing image of a major male character seeming to commune with the cosmos? No? OK, how about this reminder
After the action-packed international trailer that debuted last week, it only makes sense that the two new images from Star Trek Into Darkness feature our heroes in the thick of fighting back. Above you can see Spock (Zachary Quinto) stepping up to the defenses while Kirk (Chris Pine) and possibly Uhura (Zoe Saldana) seem to be down and recovering
After three years of patiently waiting we still have a solid eight months before the release of J.J. Abrams' still untitled Star Trek sequel. Production has wrapped on the project, which features the return of the cast from the first movie and includes additions like Benedict Cumberbatch (as the central villain), Peter Weller, Alice Eve and Noel Clarke.
Of course, he's not revealing enough to actually let us know what those changes are, but I wouldn't take this as a bad sign either way. Sure, it's possible they're writing the script as they go, in the style of disasters like Cowboys & Aliens or Transformers 2, and all this tinkering is creating a giant mess
While J.C. Chandor’s script certainly resonated with Zachary Quinto and his team at Before the Door when they first took it on and still when they shot the film about a year and a half ago, it was a bit up in the air in terms of whether or not Margin Call would still be relevant when it finally hit theaters. Well, the time has come and courtesy of Occupy Wall Street, not only was Quinto’s first instinct justified, but now he’s got one of the timeliest films possible.
While out promoting his upcoming financial crisis drama Margin Call, Zachary Quinto had a little something to offer in terms of his next step in working on Star Trek 2. He says the film is on the “imminent horizon” and just happens to be heading back to LA to get to work on it after he wraps this stint in New York City.
Based on a true story, Margin Call follows a crucial day in the life of an investment bank during the start of the financial crisis back in 2008. That alone sounds interesting, but it’s the cast, which consists of a number of actors who have, quite literally, given me goosebumps in previous performances, that really sell this film. Fortunately, most of the notable names are featured on the poster.
Girl Walks Into A Bar is the story of a dentist putting out a hit on his wife. Overly frugal and not content to let the whole thing play out, the he intercedes, mucking up not only the assassin’s plan but the evenings of a whole host of Los Angeles residents spread across ten different locations
On Wednesday, news came out that Paul Bettany and Simon Baker were joining the cast of Margin Call, an ensemble film that follows eight Wall Street investors for a 24-hour period during the 2008
The hardcore-Christian community can't be too happy with Paul Bettany's script choices over the last few years. Starting with The Da Vinci Code back in 2006, Bettany's filmography includes