After checking out a few brief snippets here and there, a new extended trailer for the final hour of Fringe's series finale has been released—and it looks positively insane. From shootouts to Hail Mary plans to attack the Observers, it's all here.
Seems to us that the more we're getting closer to Star Trek Into Darkness' release date, the more we're getting tantalizing bits and pieces about J.J. Abrams' highly anticipated sequel and its extremely enigmatic villain, John Harrison, played by Benedict Cumberbatch.
Those two recent trailers for Star Trek Into Darkness promise us a somber tale in which Captain Kirk and his crew must face insurmountable odds, frightening challenges and heartbreaking sacrifices ... or do they? J.J. Abrams hints that things won't be as bad as they seem.
We've already heard from a ton of directors about whether or not they'd be interested in tackling Star Wars VII, but it seems at least one of the biggest names out there was already approached—and officially turned down the job.
Considering J.J. Abrams' reputation, and the universal acclaim for his first Star Trek film, you'd think cranking out a sequel would been a no-brainer for the studio. But, they apparently had one requirement before they'd give Abrams a green light for Star Trek Into Darkness. So what was it?
You know that epic shot in the new trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness that shows the Enterprise emerging from a body of water? Forget it. An engineer says that it just can't happen.
Think that Leonard Nimoy's return appearance as Spock in J.J. Abrams' 2009 Star Trek reboot was the coolest thing ever? How about getting someone from Star Trek: The Next Generation in on the next Trek film, too? Someone like Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart). Here's what Jonathan Frakes has to say about it.
Hot on the heels of the official movie synopsis finally released last week, Star Trek Into Darkness is fully going warp speed ahead with our first official look at Benedict Cumberbatch's Gary Mitchell Big Bad Villain in one incredibly gritty poster.
It's been well-documented that ABC's smash hit Lost was a development mess of ideas that was reworked until the moment it hit the screen—and ended up as one of the best TV pilots ever produced. But did you know a different character almost stepped into Jack's (Matthew Fox) leadership role?
William Shatner has been associated with Captain James T. Kirk for more than 46 years. He's played the USS Starship Enterprise's most popular Captain through two series (The Original Series from 1966-1969 and The Animated Series in 1973-1974, in which most of the cast reprised their roles) and seven feature films.