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Roddenberry and Doohan Ashes Into Space Again

Friday, June 21st, 2013

Some remains from Gene and Majel Barrett Roddenberry, James Doohan, and Sir Arthur C. Clarke will be heading into space.

This time, however, the ashes will travel beyond Earth’s orbit.


Clarke: Am I In The Movie?

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Noel Clarke, who portrays an unnamed character in Star Trek Into Darkness, is not at all sure that his character will make the final cut of the movie.

If cut, it wouldn’t be the first time for the actor, who was cut from Ghost Rider 2. “Probably better off with [being cut] that one to be honest,” Clarke said.

“As far as I’m aware [I’m in the film],” Clarke told a BBC Breakfast interviewer recently.

Clarke went on to talk about his time working on the Star Trek sequel. “I had a great time filming it,” he said. “I went in and did my job to the best of my ability and hopefully J.J. and the execs were happy and hopefully I’ll make the final cut of the movie.”

New Trek 2 Photos

Friday, June 1st, 2012

New photos featuring the actors from Star Trek 2 have appeared online.

The photos, featuring child actress Anjini Azhar, were taken with the regular cast of Star Trek 2 as well as with some of the guest stars for the movie.


Clarke: Landing My Trek Role

Monday, February 6th, 2012

For Noel Clarke, one of the newcomers signed for Star Trek 2, the audition for the latest Trek movie was just another audition.

“It was just an audition like all the others, really,” he said. “You do your lines and see what happens, and luckily this time I got the job. It was just a standard audition.”


Clarke Joins Trek 2

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

British actor Noel Clarke, known to Doctor Who fans for his role as Mickey Smith on the BBC series, has been signed for Star Trek 2.

Clarke will be portraying a “family man with a wife and young daughter,” and is the third newcomer to be signed for the sequel, the other two being Alice Eve and Peter Weller.

In 2009, Clarke received a BAFTA award in the Orange Rising Star Award. Another Trek actor (Chris Hemsworth) is currently nominated for the same award (the list of eight in which he is included will be cut to five next week) and Star Trek: NemesisTom Hardy won a BAFTA award as Orange Wednesdays Rising Star last year.