A 30-minute live-action Ghost Recon Wildlands short film will premiere next month from producer Roberto Orci.
Why Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the brilliant team behind TV shows like Fringe and Alias as well as the Kelvin-verse Star Trek movies, decided to reboot the beloved Mummy franchise remains a mystery.
WHY ARE DEMOCRAT MONOPOLY INSTITUTIONS SUCH CESSPITS OF RACIST HATE SPEECH? “Roberto Orci, a producer for ‘Star Trek,’ says he has a special bond with one of the franchise’s most popular characters. Orci, a Mexican-born filmmaker, likens Mr. Spock to an illegal alien in modern society, and would refer to the fictional character as ‘Mr. […]
Roberto Orci, a writer and producer on the recent Star Trek films, is known for being outspoken and opinionated. When he says something outrageous, most of the time it’s not that surprising because that’s who he is. Today, though, he dropped some jaws with a racial slur when talking about Spock. Read more...
If you're a regular peruser of internet rumors, you'll recall that there were was a lot of intense chatter at the start of STAR TREK BEYOND's development that then-directer Roberto Orci had incorporated that original James T. Kirk in the script. Show More Summary
The TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE comic has been a longtime coming. Originally intended to be a reboot TV show written by Joe Hill with contributions by Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, the show hit the way of the dodo when the CW passed on its a promising pilot. Of course, IDW Comics knows an awesome […]
In 2013, The CW announced that it was developing a reboot of 1980s horror anthology Tales From The Darkside with writer Joe Hill and producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci as executive producers. Hill would take on the role of creative director and write a few episodes, but the show never went further than its initial pilot order. Show More Summary
Almost two years ago, Universal renewed the rights for Anne Rice‘s 13-part Vampire Chronicles books. News broke that Brian Grazer would produce The Vampire Lestat for Imagine Entertainment with Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, and Bobby Cohen. Show More Summary
From late 2012 into mid-2014, we followed the development of a cinematic adaptation of the comic book series LOCKE & KEY. Universal Studios picked up the film rights to the material, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci were attached to...Show More Summary
Star Trek 3 has had its share of problems, and it hasn’t even started filming yet. There were behind-the-scenes kerfuffles with the studio that led to the director/writer Roberto Orci parting ways with Paramount. In the aftermath,...Show More Summary
It’s been no secret that The CW was looking to reinvent the classic anthology series Tales from the Darkside with writer Joe Hill, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci behind it. And while the idea of a new Tales from the Darkside is...Show More Summary
Writer Simon Pegg confirms that Roberto Orci's original screenplay for 'Star Trek 3' has been tossed out, with new director Justin Lin contributing ideas. [...]
The upcoming third film in the current Star Trek series is chugging along, powered by the creative dilithium crystals supplied by one of the film's stars, Simon Pegg, aka, Montgomery Scott. After a shakeup last year would see Roberto...Show More Summary
Doug Jung and Simon Pegg have taken over writing duties on 'Star Trek 3' following the departure of Roberto Orci. [...]
EXCLUSIVE: Simon Pegg has been set to co-write Star Trek 3, the film that just got Fast & Furious director Justin Lin aboard after Roberto Orci exited the helmer chair. Pegg’s already a pivotal player in the JJ Abrams-produced Paramount/Skydance;...Show More Summary
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Roberto Orci spoke with fans on the TrekMovie news site, setting them straight about actions he took on the Trek movies, and his role in Star Trek 3. Although the news has been out there for a while, Orci confirmed that he is definitely producing Star Trek 3. “I’m producing,” he said. “Nothing more or […]
Plus, read a possible description of Max van Sydow's Force Awakens character. Roberto Orci talks clears up some Star Trek rumors, Mark Ruffalo hints at a big mistake from Bruce Banner in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Robert Kirkman trolls us with a possible huge death in The Walking Dead. Spoilers now! Read more...
Star Trek 3 has made another big change to its behind-the-scenes team. Mashable reports that Roberto Orci, originally slated to write and direct, will only produce the new movie. The confirmation comes mere days after Paramount tapped Justin Lin to direct the third installment of the Star Trek reboot. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — The next Star Trek is due to arrive in summer 2016 with Kirk and Spock and phasers and all the stuff you've come to expect from a modern Star Trek movie — except for a script by Roberto Orci For reasons that aren't entirely...Show More Summary