Star Trek

Star Trek The epic Star Trek franchise rebooted in 2009 capitalizing on the cult popularity of the 1960's TV show and movie series. The latest movie explores the early Starfleet careers of future Enterprise officers Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto), Scotty (Simon Pegg), Amanda Grayson (Winona Ryder), Uhura (Zoe Saldana), McCoy (Karl Urban), Sulu (John Cho), and Chekhov (Anton Yelchin). A Romulan, Nero (Eric Bana), and a much older Spock (Leonard Nimoy) are influences, as well as Captain Pike (Bruce Greenwood), the first captain of the USS Enterprise.
In an interview with MTV's Josh Horowitz, the man who will return to the role of Captain James T. Kirk for a third time in the new Star Trek movie gives his thoughts on the news that his pal and co-star Simon Pegg will be co-writing the script.
According to Deadline, not only will Simon Pegg reprise the role of Montgomery "Scotty" Scott in the third of Paramount's Star Trek reboot flicks, but he's also on board as one of the writers. We might just see a bigger role for the Enterprise's chief engineer this time...
Roberto Orci, the man who co-wrote the first two Star Trek films in J.J. Abrams' alternate universe, left a comment at to clarify he is NOT writing the script for Justin Lin's Star Trek 3. Hit the jump to check it out.
Yesterday, Paramount's Star Trek 3 got a new director, Justin Lin (Fast and Furious), and today it has been issued a release date. Hit the jump to find out if Star Trek 3 will be released in the fall, summer, spring or winter of 2016.
Despite the fact that Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) was recently named as a frontrunner, Paramount Pictures have finally found a director for Star Trek 3. You could say this filmmaker was Bourne for the job as he races into outer space. Figured out who it is yet?
With Robert Orci no longer directing Star Trek 3, the current shortlist of potential replacements include Edgar Wright, Rupert Wyatt, Justin Lin, Daniel Espinosa, Morten Tyldum and Jones.
When Robert Orci was relieved of his Star Trek 3 directing duties Badass Digest offered some reasons behind his exit, and now they have a few more. One, Paramount wanted the film to be the next Guardians of the Galaxy.
Paramount are rumoured to be eyeing five directors for 2016's as-of-yet untitled third Star Trek movie. Among the list of candidates to replace JJ Abrams are Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes's Rupert Wyatt and Fast Five's Justin Lin. Hit the jump to check them out!
When news hit that Roberto Orci would no longer direct Star Trek 3 fans began a campaigning to get former Star Trek actor/director Jonathan Frakes ('William T. Riker') the vacancy. Frakes liked the idea so much he made some calls to the powers that be.
He may not be directing the next Star Trek, but that's not stopping him from still being involved. Right after it was revealed Paramount was looking at other directors to helm the thirteenth film in the sci-fi space franchise, Roberto Orci dishes on his involvement as well as script rumors...
According to sources for Devin Faraci From Badass Digest, the script for Roberto Orci's Star Trek 3 was one of the reasons he was relieved of his directing duties. Hit the jump to check out some potentially new details regarding the film's plot.
Remember how disappointed we all were to learn that Paramount were considering replacing J.J. Abrams with the guy who wrote The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Transformers as director for Star Trek 3? Good news tonight as he's out, and Ant-Man's Edgar Wright may be in...
With the seventh season of Star Trek: Next Generation hitting Blu-ray and DVD on December 2, 2014, we got a forty-five second video that showcases season 7's gag reel. Hit the jump to check it out!
Check out a collection of futuristic props that were designed by concept artist Christopher Ross ("Captain America: The Winter Soldier") for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness.
Hikaru Sulu actor John Cho ('Selfie') was recently involved with a Reddit AMA. During the event he was asked about his involvement in the upcoming Star Trek 3 film, and what director Roberto Orci has in store for fans. Click the jump to check it out.
Within the past hour, William Shatner ("T.J. Hooker") tweeted what appears to be confirmation of a role in Roberto Orci's Star Trek 3. The message: "I'm baaaaccckk!!!"
William Shatner recently confirmed that he will reprise the role which made him famous in Star Trek 3, and now a new report sheds some light on what both his and Leonard Nimoy's roles will entail. It's a lot different to what you might expect, but they WILL interact with some familiar faces...
Location, location, location! Roberto Orci's Star Trek 3 (which should be beamed up for a 2016 release) is apparently planning on shooting in Seoul, South Korea, a city which movies like Avengers: Age of Ultron and The Bourne Legacy have recently taken advantage of...
Conceptual illustrator, Sebastian Meyer ("Green Lantern"), has updated his website with more alternative designs for the sexy alien twins, played by Katie and Kellie Cockrell, that appeared in Star Trek Into Darkness. Hit the jump to check it out!
Earlier this week, Devin Faraci from Badass Digest claimed that a role has been written in Star Trek 3 for William Shatner ("T.J. Hooker"). A few days later Shatner said he hadn't been contacted by anyone regarding it, but today he has changed his tune.
Two days ago, Badass Digest claimed that a role has been written for William Shatner in the upcoming Star Trek film. Come see what Shatner and the film's director had to say about it.
Leonard Nimoy has made cameos in 2009's Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness, and now there is a chance that he and William Shatner will be reunited in Roberto Orci's Star Trek 3.
With Roberto Orci set to helm Star Trek 3 as J.J. Abrams cracks on with bringing Star Wars back to the big screen, we now have some details on a possible release date for the threequel as well as when and where we should expect to pick up with Captain Kirk and his crew...
The Star Trek Compendium will contain J.J. Abrams' Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness along with a ton of never before seen bonus material, including a gag reel from the latter which we have a preview of for you right here. Hit the jump to check it out!
In July, screenwriter Roberto Orci, who is making his directorial debut with the next Star Trek film, revealed that a first draft of the script wasn't even completed, but has now informed that it is completed. Yahoo!