J.J. Abrams filmed a scene for 2009's 'Star Trek' that featured Klingons but the scene was eventually cut from the movie. While Abrams has been cagey about Khan, he's always been up front that there would - finally - be Klingons in 'Star Trek Into Darkness.' Up until now, we've only seen a fleeting glimpse of what a J.J. Abrams Klingon looked like with its helmet on. But today we get our first look at the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Klingons without their masks. And the verdict is?
J.J. Abrams gave his first extensive interview on 'Star Wars: Episode 7' to Playboy and spoke at length about the challenges of being in control of 'Star Wars' and 'Star Trek' - two of the biggest sci-fi franchises in history. He talks about how he'll be collaborating with George Lucas, his feeling on the prequels and how you shouldn't assume he won't direct 'Star Trek 3.'
The first 'Star Trek Into Darkness' reviews have already begun to roll in even though the film doesn't officially hit theaters until May 17. J.J. Abrams' follow-up to his 2009 smash hit premiered in Australia last night and a handful of critics already have their thoughts online for your reading pleasure. So, is the new 'Star Trek' worth your time and money?
'Star Trek Into Darkness' is coming to theaters this May 15 and will include a couple changes from J.J. Abrams' first run at the 'Star Trek' world. Aside from the new bloodthirsty villain and the 3D technology, the sequel will feature a new and improved Enterprise, and some new photos have been revealed to give you an up-close look.
Not too long after the new 'Star Wars: Episode 7'-led trilogy was announced by Disney and its acquisition of Lucasfilm, it was revealed that the studio was looking to kick things off in the summer of 2015. In case you were thinking that was just hearsay, it's now been confirmed by Disney -- and that's not all! How would you like to know when the other movies will likely hit?