That sound you hear is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story slowly stepping up to the plate as “the Star Wars movie everyone watches intently and over-analyzes for the next 11 months.” In today’s edition of Star Wars Bits: A few nuggets of Rogue One story info. Show More Summary
These are dark days for Trekkers. Not only have beleaguered devotees of the iconic sci-fi franchise been forced to endure a Star Trek Beyond trailer that even Simon Pegg admits doesn’t look a thing like Star Trek in recent weeks, now...Show More Summary
In another follow-up to the release of the Star Trek Beyond trailer, writer Simon Pegg has now chipped in, in an interview with the Nerdist, to expand upon what we have to look forward to in the next nuTrek film, with some very interesting...Show More Summary
Simon Pegg was in Star Wars: The Force Awakens as one of the aliens, so he was caught by the press at the European premiere and asked the fan reaction to the recent […]
In a new interview with Nerdist, Star Trek Beyond Co-writer Simon Pegg explains a statement in an interview which had angered some...
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Months after Simon Pegg revealed the Bond actor had a role in the new "Star Wars" film, we at last know who he plays!
Not everyone has been taken in by the Star Trek Beyond trailer's 3 Trek 3 Furious vibe, but don't take it as an indication of what the movie will be like just yet. Director Justin Lin has already had to come out and explain the difference between a two-hour movie and a minute-and-a-half trailer, and now it's Simon Pegg's turn.
Over the summer, people freaked out when Simon Pegg told a reporter that James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, had a cameo in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Pegg also has a cameo in the film, playing one of the aliens. We saw the British...Show More Summary
The brief first trailer for Star Trek: Beyond has already drawn a fair amount of criticism for Fast & Furious director Justin Lin's upcoming take on the beloved franchise. Actor Simon Pegg, who plays Scotty in the films, feels the same. See...Show More Summary
Simon Pegg promises that Star Trek Beyond has more “Star Trek stuff” than the trailer lets on. Do Civil War toys tease a big reveal in store for Ant-Man? Plus, new looks at The Jungle Book and Lucifer, Power Rangers gets a new release date, and Drew Goddard teases Daredevil season 2. Spoilers Now! Read more...
The Nerdist just published an interview with Simon Pegg they did from the set of Star Trek Beyond earlier this year. There are lots of encouraging details from the co-star/co-writer of the movie, as well as details on the intense writing process he and Doug Jung followed. On the writing process: We started out in […]
Seems like everyone's apologizing for Star Trek these days: First Damon Lindelof for the Khan reveal in Star Trek Into Darkness, then J.J. Abrams for pretty much all of Into Darkness, and now Simon Pegg for the trailer for Star Trek Beyond. In an interview with HeyUGuys at the premiere for that other Star franchise that shall not be named, Pegg, one of the... More »
Among his many appealing features as a slightly unlikely movie star, Simon Pegg is gifted with a big, expressive face, and a normally candid, honest attitude, especially as it relates to his various nerdy obsessions. So it’s fascinating...Show More Summary
Personally, I loved the new trailer for Star Trek Beyond. But there were a surprising amount of fans who didn’t like it one bit. And it’s been a little hard for me to comprehend why. That is until someone I know who is very much a Star Trek traditionalist put it, “PEW PEW PEW.” Ever […]
When I first saw the trailer for Star Trek Beyond, my first, immediate thought was, This is the first time in my life I can say that 'They marketed this movie wrong' having NEVER SEEN THE MOVIE.
Simon Pegg and Justin Lin have weighed in on the fan response to the first trailer for STAR TREK BEYOND
Simon Pegg admits that he did not love the 'Star Trek 3' trailer, saying there is much more than action to the movie.
The actor and co-writer assures there's much more to "Star Trek Beyond" than all of the action depicted in the first trailer.
With all of the hullabaloo surrounding Star Wars: The Force Awakens as it opens and takes over the free world this weekend, it's easy to forget that there's another venerable science fiction franchise with another installment on the way: Star Trek. Show More Summary