Posted on Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 by Angie Han
After some initial denials, William Shatner confirmed last week he’d been contacted about Star Trek 3. So now the question is what exactly he’ll be doing in the movie, and a new report claims to have some of the juicy details.
Meanwhile, Leonard Nimoy, who’s rumored to appear alongside Shatner in the next film, has finally issued a response. Or maybe we should cal it a non-response, since it neither confirms nor denies anything.
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Paramount Home Video recently released Star Trek: The Compendium which collects JJ Abrams‘ Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness, alongside a collection of new extra features. One of the extras is the Star Trek Into The Darkness blooper reel, which is now available to watch online. Watch the hilarious six-minute Star Trek Into The Darkness blooper reel now embedded after the jump.
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Posted on Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 by Angie Han
If J.J. Abrams really does cast Leonard Nimoy in Star Wars Episode VII, as the Star Trek actor suggests, do you think that’s more likely to heighten or defuse the Wars / Trek rivalry? Also after the jump:
- Al Pacino explains why he said no to Han Solo
- See Episode II in 3D at Star Wars Celebration Europe
- Kyle Newman offers a longer cut The Return of The Return of the Jedi
- Nerdist promotes the Star Wars: Course of the Force charity run
- See an unused poster concept for the original Star Wars
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Iron Man 3 isn’t the only big Audi commercial you can see right now. Here’s a long spot featuring Leonard Nimoy and Zachary Quinto playing gently fueding versions of themselves in a sales pitch for Audi’s new ride.
Sure, there’s an aspect to this ad that panders right to the Trek fanbase, and some of this spot is just silly. But it also has a few genuinely entertaining moments, as lens flares mar shots of Quinto and Nimoy sings ‘The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins‘ and throws out a little Star Trek II reference. Check it out below. Read More »
Posted on Monday, May 14th, 2012 by Angie Han
Filmmaker J.J. Abrams is known for his obsession with secrecy, but if anything, that only seems to heighten the amount of fan speculation surrounding his projects. So even as filming on Star Trek 2 (or whatever they end up calling it) comes to an end, the rumor mill is nowhere close to shutting down. After the jump:
- Leonard Nimoy talks about his set visit
- Roberto Orci emphasizes that the new sequel is not a remake
- Check out the first photo of Alice Eve in costume
- Peter Weller drops hints about his mysterious character
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Casting on Machete Kills continues to speed ahead, as Modern Family star Sofia Vergara becomes the latest to sign on. Also after the jump:
- Leonard Nimoy has not confirmed a Star Trek 2 cameo
- Tim Burton offers a tiny Beetlejuice 2 update
- Anna Faris probably won’t do Scary Movie 5
- Men in Black 3 gets creative with its marketing
- Kristen Stewart spills about the Breaking Dawn reshoots
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Posted on Monday, April 30th, 2012 by Angie Han
J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek 2 (or whatever they end up calling it) is really the center of attention in this Sequel Bits, thanks to some fresh set photos, shooting info for the Bay Area, and news about a potential cameo. Also after the jump:
- Piranha 3DD unveils a revised trailer, now with more Hoff
- Agent J goes for a ride in a new Men in Black 3 poster
- Storm Shadow takes center stage in international G.I. Joe one-sheets
- Sylvester Stallone spills his thoughts on Rambo 5
- Producer says The Strangers 2 will finally shoot this fall
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Just because J.J. Abrams and the crew of the Enterprise are currently hard at work filming the still-untitled sequel to 2009’s Star Trek, doesn’t mean there isn’t anything new to report. Several of the film’s cast and crew have been out and about giving hints about what’s going on behind closed doors. For example, Zoe Saldana was at the Sundance Film Festival promoting The Words (review here) and gave a few of info about the developing relationships between Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) and Spock (Zachary Quinto), and Spock and her character Uhura.
Then there’s the original Spock, Leonard Nimoy, who revealed he’ll be visiting the set of the film soon, though everyone has previously said no original cast members will be in the film this time around. Finally, the new Spock, Quinto, turned some heads when he mentioned that the script for the film, written by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Damon Lindelof was changing on a daily basis. Orci took to the Internet to clear that up and hinted at the time frame of the sequel.
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