Yesterday, J. J. Abrams and company finally delivered to us the first trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness, and the Internet predictably exploded with opinions, questions and jokes. Nowhere was that more obvious than in the 140-character-or-less bursts coming from Twitter.
As Star Trek celebrates its 46th birthday (the original series premiered on September 8th, 1966), we've finally gotten wind of the title for the upcoming movie known until now as Star Trek 2.
Star Trek fans are in for a treat—if we're to believe the cast of next year's highly anticipated sequel, who can't stop praising the film. First, Chris Pine teased a "much more frightening" force, and now Zachary Quinto is dropping some hints.
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.
People can't stop asking Benedict Cumberbatch about Star Trek 2. The actor, who plays an undisclosed villain, has been frequently interrogated about the role. With his latest probe, he gave a tiny hint as to what we can expect.
Okay, this is getting ridiculous. First, Karl Urban says Gary Mitchell IS the villain in Star Trek 2. Now one of the film's writers, Roberto Orci, says he's NOT. Which man is lying?
A few days ago, Star Trek and Dredd actor Karl Urban promised us that we'd see some exclusive Trek 2 footage by the end of Comic-Con weekend. The actor kept his word ... and delivered.
While at San Diego Comic-Con to promote his upcoming (and according to those who've seen it mind-blowing) Dredd film, Karl Urban tried to explain away his recent Star Trek 2 villain reveal snafu of earlier this week—and then proceeded to make another thrilling reveal.
Considering that Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch may not be playing Khan Noonien Singh on J.J. Abrams' Star Trek 2 (XII) after all, the question is: Which villain is the British actor playing in the highly anticipated film? Well, fellow Trek actor Karl Urban may have just let slip the motherload of reveals during a Dredd press junket. Oops!
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.