Robert Sallin poses with the Genesis device prop. (Credit: Courtesy of Robert Sallin) The release of "Star Trek Into Darkness" has not only spurred interest in the "Trek" world in general, but especially in its film daddy, the original...Show More Summary
When we began work on Star Trek Into Darkness, we realized it would be released in May 2013, a moment when our nation would have the opportunity and responsibility to make sure we help these post-9/11 veterans transition back to jobs, higher education, or ongoing careers of service.
When we began work on the sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness, we realized it would be released in May 2013 - a time when thousands of troops would be returning home. A moment when our nation would have the opportunity -- and responsibility -- to make sure we help these post-9/11 veterans transition back to jobs, higher education, or ongoing careers of service.
It’s more or less impossible to reboot a massively popular franchise for the big screen without drawing the ire of a few fans, but one major criticsm plaguing Star Trek Into Darkness in recent days has nothing to do with J.J. Abrams‘ Klingon redesign or use of parallel timelines. Midway through the film, there’s a [...]
The filmmaker is reportedly one of the top contenders to replace J.J. Abrams for the return of this sci-fi franchise. [...]
With Star Trek Into Darkness now out in theaters, J.J. Abrams now turns his attention to his next film, Star Wars Episode VII, but what of Star Trek 3 (or 13 depending on your numbering)? Well, Abrams hasn’t ruled it out, but let’s face facts: making a Star Wars movie is probably going to eat up the filmmakers’ [...]
There is a silver (and gold) lining in the IRS flap. MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell has pointed out that the law under which the flap arose has been misinterpreted by the IRS since 1959.
In this video, SoundWorks Collection interviews music conductor and orchestrator Tim Simonec about creating the music for J.J. Abrams’ recently-released film, Star Trek Into Darkness. Previously, we posted about similar interviews for the sound and music teams who worked on Oblivion and The Hobbit. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Episode VII and Spinoff Movie News Summary Latino Review posted one of the first casting rumors for Star Wars: Episode VII : This is a name that has been thrown around a lot, especially since he has a relationship with J.J. Abrams. He...Show More Summary
“Infinity Ward are combining Zelda with Professor Layton. The twist? It's going to feature Bayonetta as an unlockable character.” “Sega are combining Forza with Minesweeper. The twist? It's being written by JJ Abrams.” Ok, I’d play those. And you? You’d want such things to exist, wouldn’t you? If only to see how bad they might be? Yeah, you would. Read more...
'Star Trek 3' may need a new director, since J.J. Abrams is working on 'Star Wars: Episode VII'; Joe Cornish (Attack the Block) is rumored to be on the shortlist.
Poor Alice Eve. Her introduction to her first big blockbuster has certainly garnered some negative attention. Eve stars along the regular crew in Star Trek Into Darkness as Carol, but no one is exactly talking about her performance in the film. As soon as the trailer dropped highlighting a flash of Eve shown in her [...]Show More Summary
Now that J.J. Abrams' second movie in the Star Trek universe, Into Darkness, has boldly gone into movie theaters, it seems only appropriate that Star Trek Online fire back with its first ever expansion pack, Legacy of Romulus.
There’s lots of Star Wars trivia, jokes and crazy fandom in this edition of Star Wars Bits. Below, read about the following: A conversation from July 1981 where George Lucas described the prequels, with a few differences. Electronic Arts plans to reveal their new Star Wars games at E3. Luke Skywalker’s pants from A New [...]
Much fuss has been made about the lack of female representation in the new movie “Star Trek Into Darkness.” While I adored the movie — and Winona and I both think that it’s kind of a chick flick — I completely agree that there should have been more women in the movie and that the [...]
Sorry to hit you with two Conan clips today, but remember when I said in the Alice Eve post about Alice Eve‘s breasts that J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof couldn’t trip over themselves fast enough to apologize for showing in Star Trek Into Darkness? You don’t and did nothing but look at her breasts? Good Read More...
Are you familiar with all this controversy surrounding the scene of Alice Eve in her underwear in Star Trek: Into Darkness? Basically, there's one scene where she strips to her underwear for... no real reason, but okay... which has prompted some criticism from fans. Show More Summary
There was some talk earlier this week that J.J. Abrams was looking at hiring Jonathan Rhys-Meyers to play the lead in Star Wars Episode VII, but it seems that Abrams instead made a move behind the scenes on the project in the form of hiring costume designer Michael Kaplan. Like Rhys-Meyers (Mission: Impossible III), Kaplan [...]
It’s no secret that sex sells, however Trekkies have been complaining about an unnecessary shot of Alice Eve in her underwear in the newly-released “Star Trek Into Darkness.” Therefore, director JJ Abrams answered the criticism withShow More Summary
"Star Trek Into Darkness" had mixed reviews, but there's one scene in particular that the sequel's creators are re-thinking. At one point, Alice Eve's Dr. Carol Marcus is changing and appears in her bra and underwear, but without an explicit reason. It was so random that MTV's Josh Horowitz pointedly asked co-writer Damon Lindelof about […]