The ultimate geek battle, Star Wars vs. Star Trek, takes an interactive turn today as upcoming video games in each franchise have released new trailers. We’ve written about both Star Wars 1313 and Star Trek: The Game in the past and though each won’t be out until 2013, these trailers provide the best look yet at what’s in store for video game playing sci-fi fans, whether you favor Trek or Wars. Which one looks better? Decide after the jump. Read More »


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Two comic book movies and two long-in-the-making comedy sequels make their appearance in today’s Sequel Bits. After the jump:

  • Ivan Reitman will return for Twins 2, says Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Dumb and Dumber 2 could get rolling by fall, says Bobby Farrelly
  • Check out pics and video of stunt performers on the Iron Man 3 set
  • Christopher Mintz-Plasse will probably murder a dog in Kick-Ass 2

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Sequel Bits is more badass than usual this time, with updates on skilled assassins, demonic heroes, costumed villains, and more. After the jump:

  • Watch Bruce Willis on the set of A Good Day to Die Hard
  • Alex Kurtzman talks about the villain’s central role in Star Trek 2
  • Lindsay Lohan is in talks for a part in Scary Movie 5
  • Christopher Mintz-Plasse won’t rape anyone in Kick-Ass 2
  • Matt Damon isn’t convinced he’s needed for Bourne 5
  • Guillermo del Toro still really, really wants to make Hellboy 3

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A quick recap of this week in Star Trek 2: Karl Urban seemingly slips and says Benedict Cumberbatch is playing a character named “Gary,” likely referring to Gary Mitchell. He then says Trek 2 footage will appear online during Comic-Con. I ask him about both these things and he swears up and down he doesn’t lie or play games. This is then proved to be a lie as he releases the aforementioned “footage,” a video of him surfing.

Now that you’re caught up, here’s the latest. Star Trek 2 co-producer and co-writer Roberto Orci, who previously said Gary Mitchell was not the villain, stuck to that statement and added that both Cumberbatch and Alice Eve are playing canon Star Trek characters while Peter Weller was someone new. He also commented on when we might see a trailer, get a title and more. Read about it after the jump. Read More »

True to his word, Karl Urban has given fans exclusive peak at Star Trek 2 during San Diego Comic-Con. Kind of. Earlier this week, the star of Dredd said he’d post a video called “Star Trek Comic Con Sneak Peak” on YouTube and he did just that. The video features about three minutes of Urban himself surfing to a Cage The Elephant song followed with 10 seconds of Star Trek 2 set footage featuring J.J. Abrams wrapping production. Are there any clues in this footage? Check it out below. Read More »

Paramount and Star Trek 2 aren’t at San Diego Comic-Con 2012, but Karl Urban is. The star of Dredd plays a big role in Trek 2, and in an interview we conducted to talk about Dredd, he said that there will be some kind of Star Trek 2 footage premiering on YouTube this weekend. Is he being honest? Is this a J.J. Abrams twist? Read his quote and speculate after the jump. Read More »

J.J. Abrams and his Star Trek 2 co-conspirators have been fairly good so far about protecting the identity of the film’s villain. We know that Benedict Cumberbatch plays the bad guy, but beyond that we get into the territory of rumor and speculation. Is the actor playing Khan, so memorably portrayed by Ricardo Montalban in the original TV series and 1982 film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan? Is he playing a character related to Khan, or someone else altogether?

We’ve heard quite a few possible names over the past few months, but there has been no confirmation of just who will menace the Enterprise crew in the new film. But now Karl Urban, who plays Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy in the Abrams Trek movies, may have let the name slip. Read More »

There are lots of people who know lots of things about J.J. AbramsStar Trek 2, but no one is talking. Actually, scratch that. A lot of people are talking a lot. They’ll talk about Star Trek 2 until the cows come home. They just won’t give any specifics.

Chris Pine will talk all day about the feel of the action scenes, or how he relates to Benedict Cumberbatch‘s character, but not with specifics. Co-star Noel Clarke said he knows the title of the film, but isn’t saying. Co-writer and producer Alex Kurtzman teased at Captain Kirk’s problem with responsibility but not much else and Roberto Orci said there’s a one in four chance the title won’t use the words “Star Trek” at all.

After the jump, read quotes about all of these things and more. Read More »

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