There's no getting around it: JJ Abrams has transformed the 'Star Trek' franchise into an action series. Whether that's a good thing or a bad thing is a question the fans can debate in the comments below, but the newest trailer for 'Star Trek Into Darkness' isn't at all shy about showing off the film's galaxy-spanning action.
Part of the burden that comes with something as big as 'Star Wars: Episode 7' is the constant chatter of which stars might be boarding a "galaxy far, far away." Thanks to J.J. Abrams' involvement in the new trilogy, everyone's been wondering whether or not he'll be bringing over some of his 'Star Trek Into Darkness' talent into the new 'Star Wars' universe. Now that Zoe Saldana has expressed interest and may even fight for a part, will this become a reality?
How is it that 'Star Trek Into Darkness' is only a few months away and we still don't know the identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's mysterious, trenchcoat-wearing villain? Despite the fact that we know absolutely nothing about him (aside from the fact that he means to do great harm to the crew of the Enterprise), he's been at the center of the film's marketing, including a brand new motion poster that you can check out below.
Movie toy lines have a nasty habit of revealing too much information about the movies on which they're based. Either that, or we all just read too much into them. Regardless, it's become common place for die-hard fans to draw their own conclusions, which is what we did when Hasbro's 2013 Toy Fair presented it's 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Kre-O toys. So what potential spoilers were picked up?
'Star Trek Into Darkness' hits theaters on May 17th and everybody will be seeing it. Those are just the facts. (That lovely Super Bowl spot only solidified this.) But how cool would it be to see it before everybody else? On an IMAX screen?! Paramount has just given a supremely lucky handful of fans that very opportunity. Find out how you can be a part of this early 'Star Trek Into Darkness' screening.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard the news: JJ Abrams is officially directing 'Star Wars: Episode VII.' Even if you didn't hear it, you surely felt the rumble that shook the entire planet after the news caused the entire internet to break in half. While fans and critics alike debated what this meant for the 'Star Wars' franchise, another question arose. With Abrams departing for a galaxy far far away, what was going to happen to the 'Star Trek' franchise?
"To 3D or not to 3D?" is a question moviegoers often have to ask themselves when hitting the multiplex to see the latest blockbuster, but the debate doesn't stop at the paying customer. Sometimes it's the filmmakers themselves who are dubious about the technology, even as they work with it. This issue has come to light after J.J. Abrams revealed that he himself was not sold on converting his latest, 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' into 3D initially. In fact, he had it forced upon him by the studio.
One can't be aware of 'The Big Bang Theory' without knowledge of its reverence for all things (maybe some things) 'Star Trek,' but upcoming episode "The Bakersfield Expedition" might push it to the limit. The latest from our favorite eggheads sees Leonard, Sheldon, Wolowitz and Raj all decked out head to to toe as their favorite 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' characters, getting a lot more than they bargained for on the way to a convention. Get a sneak peek of the latest 'Big Bang Theory' inside!