Next week, Star Trek Into Darkness hits theaters. To tide you over, Paramount's released 19 images from the highly-anticipated sequel.
Star Trek Into Darkness may be 2 months away, doesn't mean we can't enjoy these two cool brand new stills from the sci-fi movie!
Since we learned that Alice Eve would indeed be playing Carol Marcus, aka Captain Kirk's (Chris Pine) one-time love and the mother of his son David (in the original timeline, that is) in the highly anticipated Star Trek sequel Into Darkness, we've been very excited about the awesome news. So what else can we glean about the character?
Paramount Pictures has finally thrown us a bone. The identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's Star Trek villain has been revealed. The studio's released a new photo that gives a name to the raven-haired baddie.
The cast of Star Trek Into Darkness has been sworn to secrecy when it comes to the plot. But that hasn't stopped Chris Pine from giving us hints about a major scene that appears in the sequel.
Chris Pine is extremely excited about Star Trek 2. The actor has nothing but good things to say about the sequel and director J.J. Abrams. In a recent interview, he hinted at the trouble brewing for James T. Kirk and the rest of his crew.
Khan-or-not-Khan, whomever Benedict Cumberbatch's villain is on the upcoming Star Trek sequel, he'll have a deep impact on James T. Kirk's growth as Captain of the Enterprise—and that's what a great baddie does, right? And so says Kirk himself, actor Chris Pine.
Chris Pine has had incredible success since taking the helm of the U.S.S. Enterprise: starring opposite Denzel Washington in a hit thriller, replacing Ben Affleck as the new Jack Ryan and nabbing a big payday for This Means War. But the management company that got him there—and which Pine fired—wants its share.
We've been hearing rumors for years that RoboCop was being remade, but they've yet to find an actor to play the hero—or have they? Because word on the street is that RoboCop might get a makeover with some help from Star Trek's Chris Pine.
Ever gotten into a debate with your friends about which Star Trek captain is the best? We know we have. But the problem is, no one ever wins those debates, 'cause it's just one geek's opinion vs. another's. If only we could settle this thing once and for all. Settle it ... with arm wrestling!