Ultimate Trekkie Simon Pegg reveals all in this exclusive clip from the documentary 'For the Love of Spock.'
You may know him best appearing alongside Simon Pegg in the Cornetto Trilogy, but Nick Frost will be venturing out on his own to U.S. TV screens. And he's going to be in a seriously kick ass series.
Here at The A.V. Club, we’re pretty big on the movies director Edgar Wright has made with star and co-writer Simon Pegg—so much so that all three of them appear on our list of the best film comedies since 2000. And many of our readers...Show More Summary
In Star Trek Into Darkness, it seemed that Alice Eve's Carol Marcus was being set up to be a more permanent part of the Kelvin Universe. While she wasn't in a lot of the film, she was integral to the plot, and the crew relied on her expertise. Show More Summary
Writer-star Simon Pegg reveals why Carol Marcus wasn't seen or heard from at all in Star Trek Beyond, teasing her possible return.
I may not have realized it while watching STAR TREK BEYOND, but by the film's end, I noticed a certain someone missing from the Enterprise crew, and that was Carol Marcus, one of the pivotal characters in STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS. ByShow More Summary
Simon Pegg explains why Alice Eve's character from "Star Trek Into Darkness" was absent from "Star Trek Beyond."
Simon Pegg recently admitted that he does not believe that the silver screen is the perfect home for a franchise like Star Trek.
Star Trek Beyond had an opening weekend that met with Paramount’s expectations, and amid the stellar reviews, it appeared as if the controversial Simon Pegg script was able to overcome some early bad publicity. Pegg decided to turn the popular Sulu character (originally played by George Takei, now by John Cho) gay in honor of... Show More Summary
Simon Pegg gave a new interview in which he talked about his Scottish accent, a missing McCoy scene from Star Trek Beyond,...
It’s Pegg vs. Pegg this week at the multiplex, with good ol’ Simon Pegg turning up as the voice of the weasel and the co-writer/co-star of a new Star Trek. Plus, the fabulous ladies of Ab Fab hit the big screen. Read all about them – and more flicks besides – by following the handy […]
The nerd culture icon reflects on the pain and pleasure involved in bridging Star Trek's past and its future. Simon Pegg was all set to return for his third go as the U.S.S. Enterprise's engineer Montgomery "Scotty" Scott in the J.J....Show More Summary
Michelle Obama helped host a special Star Trek Beyond screening! The 52-year-old First Lady of the United States welcomed stars Chris Pine, Simon Pegg, and Karl Urban to the White House in advance of the movie hitting theaters this Friday, July 22. “Isn’t it cool that they’re here? They’re stars. There are movie stars here,” [...]
A new nine minute video at Collider features Simon Pegg and Karl Urban. The topics ranged from the serious to the absurd....
Director Justin Lin, writers Simon Pegg and Doug Jung, and producer J.J. Abrams discuss honoring the spirit of the series while exploring uncharted territory.
There’s been a lot of Internet discussion about Sulu’s sexual orientation in the upcoming Star Trek Beyond. Simon Pegg wrote the script for the third film in the rebooted universe (13th for the entire Star Trek Movie Franchise) and George Takei, who played Sulu in the original series and big screen movies, didn’t see eye […]
The new Van Helsing film has an unlikely inspiration for its main character. Simon Pegg talks even more about Sulu’s family in Star Trek Beyond. Plus, new footage from Suicide Squad, and new looks at Dirk Gently and Riverdale. Spoilers get! Read more...
Chris Pine, Karl Urban, and Simon Pegg continued on their PR blitz just before the opening weekend of Star Trek Beyond as guests of First Lady Michelle Obama, who invited the trio to introduce a screening of the film for the Joining Forces initiative at the White House. Show More Summary
After Leonard Nimoy‘s death from COPD in 2015, Simon Pegg and co-writer Doug Jung decided to pay tribute to the actor. Note:...
Star Trek Beyond opens in just a few days and a new TV spot has spoiled one of the film’s biggest twists. In other words, you probably shouldn’t watch that new TV spot. I highly recommend not watching that new TV spot. And now SimonShow More Summary