A new clip from Star Trek into Darkness features James T. Kirk.
In the clip, courtesy of moviefone, scenes from the movie are seen, and J.J. Abrams and Chris Pine discuss the character.
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Videos and pictures have begun appearing online for the Sydney Australia Star Trek into Darkness premiere.
The videos and pictures include the red carpet appearance of the stars, and the introduction to the movie by J.J. Abrams.
Karl Urban will again be working with J.J. Abrams, this time in Abrams’s new cop drama pilot.
Urban will be starring in Human, a futuristic cop thriller.
Star Trek into Darkness isn’t quite finished yet, but there is already talk about the movie to follow it.
Producer Bryan Burk introduced a screening of the first half-hour of the movie to reporters this weekend and gave an update on the progress of the movie, as well as looking ahead into the future of the franchise.
Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s LeVar Burton is not happy with what he has heard lately from some working with J.J. Abrams.
The actor feels that the comments are disrespectful of Star Trek that came before Abrams’s two Trek movies.
“Star Trek (2009) was a great movie, and he brought a whole new generation to Trek,” said Burton. “But I’m a little disquieted by things I hear coming out of his camp, things like he would like to be remembered as the only Trek – which would discount everything before he got there.
“There’s ‘breaking the canon,’ which he did (by re-inventing Star Trek‘s timeline). But there’s also honoring the canon. And to pretend to be the only one is really egocentric and immature.”
Burton highlighted achievements in real life that mirror Star Trek technology, and which may have been inspired by Star Trek. “I just came from a conference in San Francisco with Advanced Micro Devices, and they’re working on technology towards building a holodeck,” said Burton. “That was Next Generation. And that’s part of what Star Trek has brought to the culture. So when J.J. Abrams says, ‘there should be no Star Trek except the one I make,’ I call bullshit, J.J.”
In attendance at last night’s Oscars ceremony were some familiar Star Trek faces.
In addition to William Shatner, J.J. Abrams, Chris Pine, and Zoë Saldana were photographed at the event.
A short featurette has been released promoting Star Trek into Darkness, with comments by J.J. Abrams, Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine and Zoë Saldana.
Abrams explained what he wanted to accomplish with the sequel to 2009′s Star Trek. “The goal for this movie was definitely to up the ante as much as we could,” he said. “There are a lot of characters that people are anticipating seeing. Kirk and Spock, Bones, Scotty, Uhura, Chekov, and Sulu.”
William Shatner recently gave his tongue-in-cheek opinion regarding the news that J.J. Abrams will be directing Star Wars.
“I was just curious what you thought about J.J. Abrams taking Star Trek and Star Wars and if there’s a homogenization of sci-fi or if you think there’s enough for everyone,” the actor was asked.
Star Trek‘s J.J. Abrams and Valve Corp President and Co-Founder Gabe Newell hope to adapt the Half-Life and Portal games into movies.
The duo announced their plans at the D.I.C.E. conference recently held in Las Vegas.
Chris Pine gave his opinion recently regarding the news that J.J. Abrams will be directing the next Star Wars movie.
As expected, the actor was happy for Abrams, but he had a warning for Abrams. “From my standpoint, J.J. is a science-fiction genius,” said Pine. “To have him over in the Star Wars camp is going to be a great thing. I’m sure it’s going to be a great film.”
For Kathleen Kennedy, knowing how to approach J.J. Abrams was key in getting him to say “yes” to directing the next Star Wars movie.
Kennedy, the head of Lucasfilm, had known Abrams since he was fourteen.
J.J. Abrams will join Gabe Newell for a keynote discussion at 2013′s DICE (Design, Innovate, Communicate, Entertain) Summit.
The D.I.C.E. Summit is a “video game conference which honors interactive entertainment culture and all creative culture in [a] rapidly changing global theater.”
Fans upset over the news that J.J. Abrams will be directing the next Star Wars movie, worry not, he’s not leaving Star Trek behind.
Paramount Vice Chairman Rob Moore reassured fans that Abrams would still be involved with Trek and with Mission: Impossible.
“J.J. will continue to develop projects for us including a new Mission: Impossible, and he is committed to produce another Star Trek,” said Moore.
So at the very least, Abrams would be producing the third Trek movie, if not directing it.
Although he once said that he would not do it, word is that J.J. Abrams will be directing the next Star Wars film for Disney.
“It’s [a] done deal with J.J.,” an unnamed source told Deadline today.
Fans going to see Star Trek Into Darkness this May should bring along some Kleenex.
The villain John Harrison “tears into the fabric of the world and the Enterprise family,” said Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays Harrison. “It leaves a trail of devastation.”