Roberto Orci has emerged as the frontrunner to take over the director’s chair from J.J. Abrams for the third entry in the rebooted Star Trek franchise, according to a report from Deadline.com. Orci and Paramount are reportedly “in talks” about the latest Star Trek film, which is currently being called Star Trek 3. This comes
After months of 'Star Trek 3' speculation, a new report suggests that Robert Orci is indeed in talks to direct the third installment for Paramount. The post ‘Star Trek 3?: Roberto Orci in Official Talks to Direct appeared first on Screen Rant.
Clearly anxious of falling behind in the hyper-specific Cold War brewing between Abrams-Rebooted Star Franchises, Paramount is moving closer to go-aheading the Star Trek
Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, writing team behind Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness have called it quits when it comes to their writing partnership. Kurtzman is off to take care of a solo Venom film for Sony and Roberto Orci really, really, really would like to direct Star Trek 3. Show More Summary
Word has emerged today that Star Trek into Darkness‘ Roberto Orci is in talks to direct the next Star Trek movie. Orci has not directed a movie before, but has written and produced movies. According to Deadline, Paramount “needed convincing,” although their partner, Skydance Productions, was “in Orci’s corner.” Orci has supposedly emerged as the […]
It looks like the monstrous Truther is getting his first directing gig and it's on the USS Enterprise.
Roberto Orci has been named as the frontrunner to direct the upcoming Star Trek 3 movie, Deadline reports. The 40-year-old screenwriter and producer is no stranger to the series. He wrote 2009s Star Trek, 2013s Star Trek Into Darkness, and is planning on writing the third installment as well. This would be Roberto‘s first foray [...]
J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot team have been lobbying Paramount hard on this controversial choice. [...]
A first time director with a great deal of production and TREK experience... Read the full article on AICN [via] A few weeks ago we learned that Abramsverse TREK co-writer and producer Roberto Orci was aggressively lobbying to helm...Show More Summary
Back in April, we reported to you that cinematic horsemen of the apocalypse Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman were ending the toxic writing partnership that had created a handful of Transformers films, the rebooted Spider-Man franchise, Cowboys & Aliens, and the rebooted Star Trek franchise. We also reported that Orci was heavily pushing to make [...]
Remember when we earnestly rejoicing when it sounded like Joe Cornish might be behind the lens for the third Star Trek movie? Ah, the good ol’ days of…two months ago? Then, just a few weeks ago, it was reported that writer/producer Roberto Orci was lobbying for the director’s chair for the as-of-yet untitled, Abrams-less installment. Today, Deadline is reporting that […]
Why does it feel as if all the franchises are being handled by the same five dudes? Maybe that's because of the ubiquity of Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, blockbuster writers who set up the new Star Trek universe. And now that the duo has separated, Roberto Orci is about to go where no man has gone before. Show More Summary
Last month, we learned that writing and producing partners Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman would be parting ways professionally in order for each to separately pursue their own directing careers. In that same report, it was revealed that Orci, who co-wrote Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness for director J.J. Show More Summary
It was revealed a few weeks ago that writer/producer Roberto Orci was lobbying for the director's chair for the upcoming Star Trek 3. Now, Deadline reports that he has entered negotiations with Skydance Productions and Paramount to helm the film and is the clear frontrunner for the position.
EXCLUSIVE: After an aggressive lobbying campaign, Roberto Orci has emerged as the clear frontrunner to replace JJ Abrams and direct Paramount‘s third installment of the Star Trek series. I’m hearing they’re in talks. This comes after Orci parted company with longtime partner Alex Kurtzman (though they continue on TV projects). Show More Summary
I'm not expecting much from Amazing Spider-Man 2. Andrew Garfield is a great Peter Parker and Spider-Man but Marc Webb has shown little discipline and Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are... whatever the opposite of a Joss Whedon is. The special effects should be great. Show More Summary
Star Trek Into Darkness - UK Film Premiere For his first directing gig, Roberto Orci wants Stars Trek 3 – an ambitious choice for someone who's never actually helmed a movie before. But that doesn't mean he doesn't have any experience. Show More Summary
Roberto Orci played a huge role in revitalizing the struggling Star Trek franchise with the 2009 reboot, which he co-wrote. And now, according to Variety, he's lobbying to direct the third Trek movie, which J.J. Abrams is too busy to helm himself. Read more...
After a decade of working together, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are splitting up. The filmmakers behind blockbusters like The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Mission Impossible III and Star Trek Into Darkness, are parting ways “amicably.” According to THR, Kurtzman and … Continue reading ? The post Alex Kurtzman And Roberto Orci Announce Split appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
Longtime Hollywood power duo Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are apparently going their separate ways in the movie industry. While not necessarily household names to all movie fans, once you hear what projects they’ve done together, things click in your head and you probably remember their names. Orci and Kurtzman have written mega franchise films