Star Trek Into Darkness: Will There Be A Sequel, And Who Should Make It?

By: Katey Rich Star Trek Into Darkness is a hit. Not a giant hit, and not the kind of thing that has studios calling all of their rivals and screaming “Suck it!” while guzzling champagne at 8 a.m. (at least , that’s how we picture it), but a big enough hit all the same. Especially when you account for itshuge improvement with global audiences, Star Trek Into Darkness has … Continue reading Star Trek Into Darkness: Will There Be A Sequel, And Who Should Make It?

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J.J. Abrams Promises Klingons Will Be In Star Trek Into Darkness

By:  Sean O’Connell For the Star Trek Into Darkness fans keeping score at home, we probably aren’t getting Khan, but we’re absolutely getting Klingons. That’s what Into Darkness director J.J. Abrams tells MTV in this informative and spoiler-ish interview, which you can see right here. We’ll analyze what Abrams said after you’ve seen the clip: http://www.mtv.com/videos/movies/880929/jj-abrams-talks-klingons-alice-eve-in-star-trek-reboot.jhtml Savvy Star Trek fans knew that Klingon scenes were filmed for the initialTrek reboot, and can be viewed in … Continue reading J.J. Abrams Promises Klingons Will Be In Star Trek Into Darkness

William Shatner Calls J.J. Abrams A Pig For Abandoning Star Trek

By:  Katey Rich Star Trek fans have endured a lot over the years, from the inevitable middle school teasing to the really dark days of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. But all this time one of the people who’s always had their back was William Shatner, Captain Kirk himself, who would stand by the Trek faithful even when pop culture didn’t. Even though Shatner didn’t make a cameo in … Continue reading William Shatner Calls J.J. Abrams A Pig For Abandoning Star Trek

Star Wars 2015 Release Date May Not Happen With J.J. Abrams

By:  Sean O’Connell Now that we’ve had a few days to come down off of the contact high from the news that Star Trek helmer J.J. Abrams is taking over Star Wars: Episode VII, it’s time to start asking – and possibly answering – a few major questions. Who, from the original Star Wars movies, might return to continue the series? What storyline will Abrams attempt to follow as he sets … Continue reading Star Wars 2015 Release Date May Not Happen With J.J. Abrams

J.J. Abrams Will Still Be A Producer On Future Star Trek Movies

By: Eric Eisenberg When it was announced yesterday that J.J. Abrams has been selected as the director of Star Wars Episode VII, nerds around the world immediately began to question the decision…and with good reason. After all, Abrams was the director responsible for bringing Star Trek back to life in 2009 and as long as both franchises have existed their fans have been at war with one another. But the … Continue reading J.J. Abrams Will Still Be A Producer On Future Star Trek Movies

Benedict Cumberbatch Admits He’s Irritated By Star Trek Villain Mystery

By: Sean O’Connell OK, J.J. Abrams. We’re giving you the polite “golf clap” at being able to maintain the mystery surrounding Benedict Cumberbatch’s identity in Star Trek Into Darkness. You’ve teased Trekkies with compelling trailers that skillfully hinted at Khan, but feel like calculated misdirections to cynical film journalists (like myself). But even Cumberbatch is starting to crack, revealing his mild frustration at not being able to … Continue reading Benedict Cumberbatch Admits He’s Irritated By Star Trek Villain Mystery