As well as some refined numbers for Man of Steel's international opening, we also have some updates for you on the current box office totals of Iron Man 3, Star Trek Into Darkness and After Earth. Read on for details!
J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness is now the fourth 2013 film to cross the $200M+ mark at the domestic box office, and the sequel is close to surpassing the worldwide gross of its predecessor. We also have updates on Iron Man 3 and After Earth.
Star Trek Into Darkness designs for aliens on the red planet, Spock's volcano suit, Kirk's space jump suit, and Klingon outerwear. Also, concept art of the alien vegetation, as seen on the red planet.
So much I want to say about this movie, but let me start by saying this is NOT a spoiler free review. If you have not seen Star Trek Into Darkness and you don’t want to know anything about the latest voyage of the Enterprise turn back now! That said, you’ve been warned!
Two things are definite after my IMAX viewing of STAR TREK: INTO DARKNESS. One, the film had slightly more teeth and guts than Iron Man 3 and two, JJ Abrams is going to give us one heck of a Star Wars film.
Nimoy recalls being asked to make a cameo in Star Trek Into Darkness as Spock Prime, as well as passing on Star Trek: Generations. He also touches on whether or not he'd don the Spock ears again in the future and if he'd be up for a role in Star Wars Episode VII.
ComicBookMovie.com's exclusive interview with Katie and Kellie Cockrell, twin sisters who share a brief but memorable scene with Chris Pine's Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek Into Darkness.
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With J.J. Abrams (almost) definitely unable to direct a third Star Trek movie for a 2016 release, Paramount is already reportedly searching for a replacement. Below, pick your choice to sit in the director's chair for the next big screen adventure of Captain Kirk and crew.
Entertainment vehicle designer, Harald Belker, has sent us exclusive concept art, that includes designs for a Starfleet single seater ship, an unused Klingon ship, and Oblivion. art for Jack's (Tom Cruise) futuristic foldable motorcycle.
Mike is a BIG Star Trek tv series fan (and Jay has..seen it). For that reason they had quite a few issues with many of the movies, including J.J. Abrams' first reboot. How do they feel about this new one? Check out the latest "Half In The Bag" to find out.
While he's apparently just one of many names being considered at this early stage, Attack the Block director and Ant-Man writer Joe Cornish is the first director to be linked to the third instalment in the Star Trek franchise which J.J. Abrams will be unable to helm due to his Star Wars commitments.
It took three days longer than expected, but Star Trek Into Darkness has now passed $100 million domestically. However, with a Memorial Day weekend which includes the release of Fast & Furious 6 and The Hangover Part III, it won't hold on to #1 for much longer...
Once again discussing the whole Alice Eve underwear scene debate, the director of the Star Trek sequel jokes that they originally had a scene in the movie to counter it -- Benedict Cumberbatch's character taking a "shower of evil"..
Amidst the divided Trekkie fandom, contributing writer MovieLord101 steps forward to defend J.J. Abrams and his newest Star Trek film, while looking ahead to what Abrams' successes with Star Trek mean for the future of Star Wars! *SPOILERS INSIDE*
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After J.J Abrams was hired on to direct Star Wars: Episode 7 many of us thought his Star Trek days were long gone. However, back in April Abrams said not to rule him out for Star Trek 3 and here, the director reiterates the same.
Recently screenwriter Damon Lindelof Tweeted an apology of sorts for writing a scene for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel in which Alice Eve's character Dr. Carol Marcus stood onscreen in her undies for a few seconds. Click on for my take on all of this.
Screenwriter David Lindelof has issued an apology via his twitter page concerning the scantily clad appearance of Alice Eve's character in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel. Hit the jump to find out why.