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Greenwood Joins O.J. Simpson Series

Thursday, May 21st, 2015


Star Trek into DarknessBruce Greenwood (Captain Pike) will have a role in American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson.

American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson will be seen as a limited series on FX.


Greenwood Cast In Truth

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014


Star Trek into DarknessBruce Greenwood has been cast in Truth, the story of the scandal that tarnished News Anchor Dan Rather‘s reputation.

Truth is based on Mary Mapes‘ memoir Truth and Duty: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power. Mapes was Dan Rather’s producer.


NuTrek Actor Convention Appearances

Monday, March 10th, 2014


Fans of the last two Star Trek movies are seeing some of the actors from the movies beginning to appear at various conventions.

From now through the end of the year, here is a listing of the conventions where fans can find the actors.


Greenwood: Farewell To Pike

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013


Actor Bruce Greenwood is sad to see the end of his participation in the rebooted Star Trek franchise.

The actor shared his thoughts on finding out about the fate of Pike, the reception of Star Trek into Darkness, and his “not-so-secret” wish about his participation in a third Trek movie.


New Greenwood Short Clip

Monday, May 13th, 2013

Another short Star Trek into Darkness actor video has been released; this one featuring Bruce Greenwood.

The video comes courtesy of


Greenwood Joins Universal Pictures Remake

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Star Trek‘s Bruce Greenwood will be part of the cast of the remake of Endless Love.

Endless Love is a romantic drama featuring teenage lovers from different backgrounds.


Greenwood: Why Mum’s The Word

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Star Trek‘s Bruce Greenwood explained why the actors are obliged to keep all details about Star Trek into Darkness under wraps.

The actor joked about it in a recent interview promoting his new film Flight. “I get to tell you absolutely anything,” he said when asked if he talk about Star Trek into Darkness. “J.J. in fact called me recently, and texted me too, and just said, ‘Listen, I want you to tell them. I’ll kill you after.'”


Greenwood: Trek Secrecy

Friday, July 27th, 2012

Like everyone else associated with Star Trek 2, Bruce Greenwood wants to keep details of next year’s Star Trek 2 away from the public.

“You can’t blame people for being interested and excited, trying to find out,” he said. “But everyone who’s involved in the film is committed to keeping it under wraps.”

Greenwood explained why such secrecy is necessary. “So the audience can have an experience that isn’t complicated by having to pretend they don’t know what happens,” he said. “It makes it trickier to conceal things so that when you see it for the first time you don’t know what’s coming, but that’s okay.”

Greenwood In Super 8

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Bruce Greenwood, Star Trek XI‘s Captain Christopher Pike, can be seen in another Abrams-directed film, Super 8.

But Greenwood, who is credited as “Cooper,” won’t be easy to spot. This is because the visual appearance of his character, the unhappy alien of Super 8, was computer-generated.


Greenwood: Pike Essential To Trek

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Bruce Greenwood, who played Captain Christopher Pike in Star Trek XI, would like to see more of Pike in future Trek.

Greenwood would love to return to Trek, and he couldn’t resist giving his tongue-in-cheek opinion of Pike’s importance to the Star Trek franchise in a recent interview. “I think Captain Pike is an essential component to the whole franchise,” he said. “I think there should be a whole offshoot of Pike’s adventures.”

But what about Pike’s physical impairment? Would that make a difference? Not according to Greenwood. “There’s nothing that says Pike can’t get up and out of that wheelchair, get his own ship and go off on some adventures of his own. I’m now an admiral, but I want to get out of the wheelchair.”

It is not known if Pike will be back in Star Trek XII, but fans, as well as Greenwood, can only hope.

Trek Wins Three Constellation Awards

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

The Fourth Annual Constellation Awards ceremony was held several days ago with Star Trek XI winning three awards.

Nominated for five awards in four categories, awards went to the movie, to Bruce Greenwood and to Karl Urban. Zoë Saldana won an award for her work in Avatar.


Greenwood – Return To Trek?

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Although character actor Bruce Greenwood (Captain Christopher Pike) has plenty of acting work, he would not be averse to returning to the Star Trek world.

Pike could return, according to Greenwood, and since Star Trek XII is in an alternate reality, anything can happen to the character, who is not bound by “canon Trek.” “Oh, I’ll be there in a second, in a hot second,” he said. “I know they’re writing the script and I encourage them whenever I see them to make Pike a critical element.”


Greenwood Hall Of Fame Honor

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Bruce Greenwood, best-known to Star Trek XI fans for his role as Captain Christopher Pike, was honored by the British Colombia Entertainment Hall of Fame this weekend.

Greenwood joined seven others who were also inducted into the B.C. Hall of Fame’s Starwalk at a ceremony held Sunday night at the Orpheum Theater.


Greenwood’s Pike Vs. Hunter’s Pike

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Bruce Greenwood (Captain Pike) shared his memories of his Star Trek experience, from the initial phone call from J.J. Abrams, to differences between Jeffrey Hunter‘s Pike and his Pike.

The call from Abrams came out of the blue to Greenwood, who nevertheless jumped at the opportunity to be involved in Star Trek XI. “I wasn’t aware that J.J. knew I was on the planet,” Greenwood said. “Why would he? But he called me out of the deep blue … and wow, OK, sure I’ll come in! I’d love to do it.”


Star Trek Constellation Awards Nominations

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

The nominations for Canada’s fourth annual Constellation Awards have been announced, and Star Trek XI has been nominated in four different categories.

The Constellation Awards, honoring excellence in science-fiction film and television, announced their nominations last week in a televised announcement on G4 Canada’s EP Daily.