When you're attached to a J.J. Abrams movie, you're automatically sworn to keep quiet on some of the key plot points and characters in order to lure the fans in. But when you're dealing with a sequel as monstrous as 'Star Trek 2,' fans will begin to make up all sorts of rumors, especially one that actor Simon Pegg is tired of answering.
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Who doesn't love Simon Pegg? The answer: no one. Only bad people don't like Simon Pegg. Therefore, any Simon Pegg-related news is cause for celebration. Fresh out of Cannes, Pegg is set to star in 'Hector and the Search For Happiness.'
We haven't learned much about JJ Abrams' sequel to 'Star Trek,' and that's expected with a man as secretive about his films as Mr. Abrams. But we've got some details on the new film, and unless you're looking to get spoiled hard, turn back now.
It made sense to bring Leonard Nimoy’s version of Spock into the fold for J.J. Abrams’ ‘Star Trek’ reboot. The character’s actions on screen literally restarted the franchise, allowing Abrams and his team to introduce younger versions of our cherished characters. But does it make any sense to bring Nimoy back for the sequel?