While they still have a number of projects in development (including The Amazing Spider-Man 3), Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are set to part ways in order to build their own separate careers as directors. Kurtzman will tackle Venom, while Orci is said to be keen on Star Trek 3...
Later this year we shall drink like the klingons, with our very own Klingon Warnog
What was it like to be a geeky fan in the days before the Internet? THIS is the interview that ALL current comic book fans should watch. Not just Trekkies, but ALL comic book fans, to see how a fanbase kept a dead series alive, without websites or chat rooms. As Doctor Steve Brule says: Check it out!
Conceptual illustrator James Clyne ("Minority Report"), has updated his website with artwork that he created for J.J. Abrams 2009's Star Trek and 2013's Star Trek Into Darkness Check it out!
In a sad bit of news STAR TREK legend Leonard Nimoy confirms he has Lung Disease.
Hollywood special effects company, Industrial Light & Magic, has released a new visual effects breakdown video for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness that showcases their contributions.
The visual effects company, Industrial Light & Magic, has released two visual effects breakdown videos for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness. Hit the jump to check it out.
Conceptual illustrator John Eaves ("Iron Man 3"), updated his website with more concept art that he created for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness. Come see Starfleet and Klingon weapon designs.
Although he was never actually "officially" on board anyway, all signs pointed to the Attack The Block director taking over from J.J. Abrams on the third Star Trek flick. Now, according to Variety at least, that's not gonna happen. Read on for more.
J.J. Abrams will only be involved as a producer on the third Star Trek movie, but a trio of writers have now been hired by Paramount in order to get the movie in theatres in time for the franchise's 50th Anniversary in 2016. Who will be working on the threequel? Hit the jump to find out!
Yesterday, Star Trek Into Darkness director J.J. Abrams talked about why he tried so hard to keep the fact that 'John Harrison' was in fact 'Khan' a secret, and now Benedict Cumberbatch has spoken out in defence of the filmmaker's decision. Hit the jump to check it out!
Or perhaps that should be attempted to be kept secret! The identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's villain was "rumored" to be Khan for quite a while before the movie was released, but Abrams and others involved had always denied it. Speaking to MTV the director reveals the reason for the deception..
Hit the jump to see vehicle designs, created by Nathan Schroeder ("The Avengers"), for Ambassador Spock's ship in 2009's Star Trek. The ship, known as the Jellyfish, was used by Spock to transport red matter, in the hopes of saving planet Romulus.
In a recent BBC America interview Simon Pegg gave away a couple hints about where the next Star Trek movie might be filmed.
Latino-Review initially reported that Attack The Block's Joe Cornish was in the running to helm Star Trek 3, but now one of the trades is reporting that the Ant-Man co-writer is indeed in Paramount's sights to take over the movie from J.J. Abrams. Read on for details!
In the third installment of this series of editorials, SauronsBANE1 looks back at another recent, controversial movie that either worked, or completely disappointed. Next up, take an in-depth look at the polarizing movie Star Trek Into Darkness...
With this summer's Star Trek Into Darkness now available on home video, and director J.J. Abrams hopping asteroid fields to take on Star Wars: Episode VII, there remains a bit of uncertainty for the future of Trekkies. But in place of Star Trek 3, Could we be seeing a TV Show in the Future?
The latest comical efforts from the "How it Should Have Ended" crew offers up quite a hilarious alternate ending to J.J. Abrams Star Trek Into Darkness! Hit the jump & check it out!
When a damaged Enterprise is left immobilized, Kirk (Chris Pine) and Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch) decide to launch themselves into space, hurtling toward Admiral Marcus' USS Vengeance. Come see how this scene was put together with a mix of CGI and practical effects.
If you've ever been fascinated by the making of the original Star Trek, and even if you've read a library's worth of behind the scenes tomes, you ain't read nuthin' yet if you have checked out These Are The Voyages: TOS, Volume One.