Fast & Furious and True Detective helmer Justin Lin is set to go to a Galaxy Far, Far Away (wait, wrong franchise) with Star Trek 3, and he's now taken to Twitter to reveal both the official title of the movie and the first set photo. Hit the jump to check it out...
Included in a report outlining big pay raises for the returning cast of Star Trek Beyond is news that only Pine and Quinto have signed on for Star Trek 4. As for those raises, Pine is reportedly set to make $6 million dollars for 'Beyond'.
Production on the third (well, really the thirteenth) Star Trek movie has commenced in Vancouver, and a couple of cast members have posted some snaps to their social media accounts. See Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana get made up as Spock and Uhura after the jump...
James Wan's isn't the only Fast & Furious director set to take over the reins of another big franchise. Fast Five's Justin Lin recently sat down to talk about how he got the Star Trek 3 director's gig - and how he planned to build on J.J. Abrams' films. Read on for more!
Simon Pegg continues to chat about next year's Star Trek threequel, and with a Leonard Nimoy cameo very obviously out of the question, could the original James T. Kirk make an appearance? Pegg also clarifies those comments about Paramount making the movie less "Star Trek-y"...
Although successful, it's fair to say J.J. Abrams' Star Trek films never dominated the box office like CBMs have of late. According to the co-writer of the next Trek movie, Paramount has been looking for a shift in tone towards films like Marvel's Avengers flicks. Read on for more!
Well, more accurately the thirteenth! The new Justin Lin directed Star Trek flick may just have a title, and those that bemoaned the lack of a colon in Star Trek Into Darkness should prepare to voice their disapproval once again. Click on to find out what we'll be calling it for now...
After making quite an impression as blade-legged assassin Gazelle in Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Secret Service, Algerian actress Sofia Boutella will next turn her attention to the Justin Lin-directed Star Trek threequel. More past the jump...
No, this isn't a late April Fool's Day joke! DC Comics and IDW are teaming up for Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War, a six-part series which will feature the comic book version of Hal Jordan teaming up with the big screen crew of the Enterprise. Hit the jump for artwork and details...
While speaking with Spinoff Online Simon Pegg revealed that he and his Star Tek 3 co-writer Doug Jung are trying to bring the spirit of the original television series back to the franchise. Check it out after the jump.
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston was rumoured, but now Luther and Thor star Idris Elba is in talks to play the lead villain in Justin Lin's (Fast & Furious) Star Trek 3 which is being written by Simon Pegg. Hit the jump for details on who he might be playing...
While promoting his new film Kill Me Three Times, Simon Pegg participated in an interview where he discussed his writing duties on the sequel to J.J. Abram's Star Trek Into Darkness. See what he had to say after the jump.
Yesterday Star Trek Fans Got The News They've Been Dreading So Hit The Jump To See What Members Of The Current Film And Oeriginal Cast As Well As Famous Freinds Have To Say On This News
The videos of the 1983 number one international hit single & the 2009 cover with additional footages from the 1973-2002 feature film adaptation from Star Trek: The Motion Picture to Nemesis & its 2009 feature film adapted reboot & its sequel.
He lived long and prospered, but we are very sad to report that the great Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek's Mr. Spock) died this morning in his Los Angeles home after being rushed to hospital yesterday with severe chest pains. Click on for a video tribute, as well as Mr. Nimoy's poignant final Tweet.
Many people were notably disappointed with the depiction of the two major female characters in 2013's Star Trek Into Darkness. A new rumor has recently surfaced that claims the sequel is looking to rectify that, with the creation of 3 key female roles. Read on for more!
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 trekmovie.com 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.