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Archive for November, 2010

Star Trek XII Script Almost Finished

Friday, November 12th, 2010

Fans eager for the sequel to Star Trek XI will be pleased to hear that the script should be completed very soon.

Star Trek XII, written by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof, is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

There is no word yet on whether J.J. Abrams will return as director, although Paramount would like him to return.

Star Trek XII will release in June of 2012.

Quinto: Don’t Get Personal

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Star Trek XI‘s Zachary Quinto ended an interview after the interviewer continued to ask questions that Quinto found to be too personal.

In an age of oversharing, Quinto is not someone who feels compelled to share every aspect of his life, and even a question about ice cream ended up being off-limits.


A Klingon Christmas Carol

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Klingon fans living in the Midwest will be able to see A Klingon Christmas Carol during this holiday season.

The theater company that brought Hamlet to the stage in Klingon has turned its attentions to a Christmas classic, A Christmas Carol, and fans in or close enough to travel to Saint Paul, Minnesota or Chicago, Illinois will be able to experience Charles Dickens‘ classic in the original Klingon language (with English subtitles).


Dawson Wants A Trek Role

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Rosario Dawson, currently starring in Unstoppable along with Chris Pine and Denzel Washington, would like a part, even a small part, in the next Star Trek film.

The actress, a big Trekkie, is lobbying on Twitter for a role. “I love J.J. Abrams, and I’ve got a petition on Twitter about [how] maybe I could be in the next movie, like a Klingon or something,” said Dawson. “I could just make a noise or speak some Klingon. I would be happy, I would be very satisfied.”


Pine Heading For The Top

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Chris Pine, Star Trek XI‘s Captain Kirk, is one of a handful of “hot, young Hollywood lights” who are on tap to replace old guard box office stars.

Pine, who can be seen on the cover of the second weekly edition of the Hollywood Reporter, is one of a new “A-list” which includes Taylor Lautner, Bradley Cooper, Ryan Reynolds, Jeremy Renner, Shia LaBeouf, Taylor Kitsch, Sam Worthington and another Star Trek XI actor, Chris Hemsworth.


Abrams Speaks Briefly About Star Trek XII

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

While at the premiere of his latest movie project, Morning Glory, J.J. Abrams updated fans on the progress of Star Trek XII.

“I’d say we’re working on it now,” said Abrams. “The script is being, you know, sort of fully outlined. And the writers are starting to work on the script. The story is really cool.”

Abrams’ most recent movie project is due out in theaters later this week. In Morning Glory, TV producer Becky Fuller (Rachel McAdams) struggles to rebuild her career after being fired from a local news program.

Free-to-play Star Trek Online?

Monday, November 8th, 2010

After Cryptic Studios and Atari announced that the MMO Champions Online will become free-to-play next year, players are wondering if Star Trek: Online could be next.

With Champions Online, players will  be able to download the game and not be obliged to pay a monthly subscription fee, which they must currently do. Atari hopes that premium content, including costumes, adventures packs and new superpowers, will bring in sufficient revenue for them.


Pine: Evolving Kirk

Monday, November 8th, 2010

Coming from show biz parents, Chris Pine received some valuable advice from his mother when it came to acting.

Acting, like any other profession, is a job and even though there are days when it’s hard to put forth one’s best effort, it’s better to do so according to Pine to avoid seeing the results of a bad day on film.


Retro Review: Masks

Friday, November 5th, 2010

As an alien probe transforms the Enterprise, Data takes on the personalities of characters from the civilization that created it.


Singing Trek Captains

Friday, November 5th, 2010

Two of the actors famous for playing Star Trek captains are singing or want to sing.

Sir Patrick Stewart, Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Jean-Luc Picard, had done almost everything that he has wanted, career-wise. However, there is one role he would like to play if he got the opportunity.


Newmar: Trek Fan Affection

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Almost forty-three years after Friday’s Child aired, Julie Newmar is feeling the love from Star Trek fans.

Newmar played Eleen, the pregnant wife of the Capellan leader Akaar, who decides that she (and her unborn child) will live instead of following Capellan tradition by killing herself after the death of her husband.


Abrams’ Show Gets The Ax

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

NBC has announced that Undercovers, the J.J. Abrams spy drama/comedy, has been canceled.

Undercovers, directed by Abrams, was the story of a married couple who were ex-CIA agents who were pulled back into the spy world. Boris Kodjoe and Gugu Mbatha-Raw played the ex-spies.

Although heavily promoted, low ratings, especially in the desired 18-49-year-old demographic, doomed the show. Undercovers averaged a 1/3 rating in that demographic, with only six million viewers watching the spy show.

The six remaining Undercovers episodes will air, with three of the episodes to be shown this month and in December. There is no word yet on when the final three episodes will air.

November-December Star Trek Conventions

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

There will be six conventions, shows or appearances in November and December that feature Trek actors of interest to Star Trek fans. This listing of conventions and shows features actors from all five televised series, plus from the Star Trek movies, including guest actors.

In November, first there is a postponement to announce. Warp 10, due to be held Nov 5-7 in Northampton, U.K., will not be held until next September. The postponement is due to the unavailability of specific guests for the original date.


Star Trek Magazine #30 – Bad Boys

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Fans of Star Trek “bad boys” will enjoy issue #30 of the Official Star Trek Magazine, due out November 30.

From the beginning days of Star Trek, not everyone in Starfleet was a stickler for the rules and sometimes this worked out well, as in the case of many of Captain James T. Kirk’s actions, but for others, breaking the rules was problematic for the “bad boy” as was the case for Tom Paris prior to his assignment to the USS Voyager.


Pine Amazed By Success

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Chris Pine, Star Trek XI‘s Captain Kirk, is still trying to deal with his Hollywood success.

It has been a busy time for Pine. In 2009 he had the lead role in Star Trek XI. Then comes Unstoppable, due out November 12, where Pine has teamed up with Denzel Washington. Further down the road is This Means War, where Pine will play CIA analyst Jack Ryan, and Star Trek XII.