General Zod isn’t the only one who can take to the airwaves to threaten the hero of a summer blockbuster. John Harrison is joining the club too. The villain of Star Trek Into Darkness, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, stars in a brand new clip where he calls out James Kirk (Chris Pine) for his cocky personality. He says he’s going to help push Kirk to the edge, making sure he goes ahead and kills the entire crew of the Enterprise.
Take that plot hint, wrap it in a good, chilling Benedict Cumberbatch monologue, and you’ve got the clip below. Read More »
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In just over a month, J.J. Abrams‘ second Star Trek film, Star Trek Into Darkness, opens its regular run. (The film will actually premiere in April, with galas set for different countries beginning with an Australian event on April 23.)
As we hit the last stretch until the film opens up to a general audience, we’ve got a new international poster promising the end of the Earth, along with high-res versions of photos that have appeared in magazines and online over the past week. The pics show much of the cast — which includes Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, John Cho, Bruce Greenwood, Simon Pegg, Anton Yelchin, Benedict Cumberbatch, Alice Eve and Peter Weller — while the poster continues the image of Cumberbatch’s villain as a dominating force. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, April 4th, 2013 by Angie Han
In case you were wondering, yes, Kevin Smith is still pretty sure Clerks III will be his best film ever. It’s not clear whether Rosario Dawson totally agrees with that sentiment, but apparently she wants in too. Also after the jump:
- Danny Boyle dishes on the Trainspotting sequel
- Gru is an awkward parent in Despicable Me 2 clip
- Terry Crews goofs around in a Cloudy 2 featurette
- Before Midnight debuts an international poster
- New poster reminds us of Global Smurfs Day
- Get a peek at Keenser in Star Trek Into Darkness
- Listen to a bit of the Star Trek Into Darkness score
- Chris Pine was “scared” to play Captain Kirk
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There are officially less than two months until J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness warps into theaters. Doesn’t it feel like we’ve been talking about this film forever? That’s because we have. The first article /Film wrote about the film went up a mere month after 2009′s Star Trek was in theaters. You can read it here. In it, the question about the potential that Khan would be in the movie was discussed. Going on four years later, we still don’t know that answer for sure, even though the latest trailer certainly suggests it.
A new batch of images won’t add any clarity to that topic, but they will add some fire to your already burning desire to see the film. In the pics, we see several members of the U.S.S. Enterprise engaged in what seem to be heavy gun battles, and we can look at a piece of tech named MC-9321. Read More »
Here’s the actual second poster for J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness. If you’re having flashbacks to Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol while looking at it, you aren’t alone. In color scheme and composition, the posters are incredibly similar. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though. Ghost Protocol was a fantastic sequel and if Into Darkness lives up to that, we’re going to be very happy come May 17. Check out the new poster below. Read More »
We’re less than two months away from finally seeing Star Trek Into Darkness. That’s a nice feeling, isn’t it? J.J. Abrams and his crew have been hard at work finishing the IMAX 3D film that will tell the continuing stories of the U.S.S. Enterprise and a brand new international trailer has just come online to pump you up a bit. And pump you up it will.
It features tons of new footage and major stories points from the still somewhat mysterious film starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Benedict Cumberbatch (above, featured very prominently in this trailer), Zoe Saldana, John Cho, Simon Pegg, Bruce Greenwood, Peter Weller, Alice Eve and many more. Read More »
The latest trailer for J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness isn’t exactly long, but she’s got it where it counts, kid. Running just over a minute long, the trailer features a fair amount of new footage with a strong focus on action. It also shows more of the rebellious nature of newly minted Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) as he and the crew of the Enterprise go off on yet another adventure.
Benedict Cumberbatch‘s John Harrison makes a menacing appearance, Simon Pegg‘s Scott gets a gag. Basically 70 seconds sell this highly-anticipated movie incredibly well. Check it out below. Read More »
Remember when the little Star Trek sequel releasing this year was the big thing from J.J. Abrams? That changed last month with the announcement that the director would next tackle Star Wars, and yesterday’s announcement of a partnership with Valve was the icing on the cake.
But there’s still Star Trek Into Darkness to come before we see the fruit of Abrams’ new deals, and the second Trek movie from Abrams still looks like it could be one of the year’s more entertaining tentpoles. A few new images have cropped up today, and while none features any big reveal, there are a couple good shots. Those poor redshirts escorting Benedict Cumberbatch can’t be in for a good fate. Usually we’d worry most about the redshirts on an away mission, but it’s probably reasonable to expect that Cumberbatch’s character John Harrison is one of those guys who is just as dangerous when captured as he is running free. Read More »
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