The cast and crew of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' are currently on a whirlwind publicity tour. Starting in Sydney, then Moscow and Germany, now London. We had the good fortune to speak with Karl Urban (aka Leonard H. “Bones” McCoy) whose comic relief performance in this sequel is just as terrific as in the first.
He does, however, get to do a little scientific work in the picture, and some of it involves medical tests from some old fuzzy franchise friend – the Tribbles.
Sharp-eyed viewers saw a Tribble in the 2009 picture (it's on Scotty's desk during the Delta Vega sequence) but this time he's front and center. We asked Urban about working with a Tribble and he told us a surprising fact.
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Perhaps the title was a pretty clear indication of what to expect, but 'Star Trek Into Darkness' looks a little bleak, huh? For a series that's been built on the concept of humanity standing together and bettering itself, it sure is odd to see the phrase "Earth will fall" in a newly released TV spot.
The latest 'Star Trek Into Darkness' poster is perhaps the coolest, with the USS Enterprise being chased by the much larger, much more intimidating USS Vengeance.
The latest clip from 'Star Trek Into Darkness' is the most intense yet, showing a confrontation between a heated Captain Kirk and his prisoner, the terrorist John Harrison.
Another day, another new 'Star Trek Into Darkness' character poster! After posters highlighting Zoe Saldana's Uhura, Zachary Quinto's Spock and the rest of the crew, it's now Alice Eve's turn!
'Star Trek Into Darkness' is looking to be one hell of a movie as the first reviews are starting to trickle out of the premieres. Now, how about your 'Star Trek' fix for the day, huh? Hopefully you said yes to that, 'cause we have a new batch of footage and posters.
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?
The Enterprise crew will face its greatest enemy yet in 'Star Trek Into Darkness.' Benedict Cumberbatch's mysterious John Harris will bring destruction and chaos to many, and now it looks like Zachary Quinto's Spock might not make it to the end of this story either.
The other day, we got a viral-y, distorted message from the 'Man of Steel' villain, General Zod, demanding that we all serve up Superman on a platter. Now Benedict Cumberbatch's John Harris wants to get in on the fun with his very own 'Star Trek Into Darkness' death threat to Chris Pine's Captain Kirk.
'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.