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In the grand scheme of things, the release of Star Trek Into Darkness is just around the corner, but in true J.J. Abrams fashion, few concrete details are known about the story. Today, however, we FINALLY have the first official synopsis.
Leonard Nimoy's old Spock served as a bridge between J.J. Abrams' new Star Trek and the original series, and there are rumors he could pop up in the sequel as well. But now, another Trek alum is making a play for a spot in the new universe—and he's already pitched Abrams personally.
Filming on J. J. Abrams Star Trek sequel may be over, but our search for clues to who's playing who isn't. We already think we know who Benedict Cumberbatch is, and now co-star Peter Weller is teasing us with some very vague clues to his role in the flick.
We're finally starting to see some real clues to what's going on in J. J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel. We know who the villain is, we know Spock is up to something volcanic, and now we have word that the flick is shooting inside a massive government lab. So what can that tell us?
These days Benedict Cumberbatch is celebrating landing the role of the villain in J. J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel, but getting there wasn't so easy. His audition was more than a little unusual, and when Abrams finally offered him the part, Cumberbatch wasn't even sure what he was saying.
Has anything good ever come from playing truth or dare? We don't think so and the kids from Cabin in the Woods are about to learn that the hard way. In the following clip, they fall prey to one of the oldest tricks in the (horror) book.
We've been having fun with the few leaked images we've seen from the set of the Star Trek sequel, but director J. J. Abrams can't seem to get over the fact that we've glimpsed them at all. It started with simple complaining about the leaks, but now it seems Abrams has taken matters into his own hands and built a blockade.
Now that we're over the initial thrill of learning that Benedict Cumberbatch has landed a role in J. J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel, it's time to start wondering what exactly he'll be doing in the flick. When the news came down, we heard Cumberbatch was the flick's villain, but while he's not denying it, Abrams himself won't admit that the Sherlock star is actually Trek 2's baddie.
With the news that Benicio Del Toro is out of J.J. Abrams' Trek sequel—but that the genetically enhanced would-be conqueror is in—it's clear that Chris Pine and Co. will need a new adversary. Here are some candidates worth considering.