Roberto Orci gave an update regarding the progress of Star Trek 2, due out next year.
As reported by TrekMovie.com, those working on the Trek sequel have completed an outline and are waiting to see if J.J. Abrams signs on as director.
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Star Trek XI‘s Zoë Saldana has joined the cast of the dramatic thriller The Words.
Saldana is the latest addition to The Words, joining Dennis Quaid, Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Irons. “Very excited that Dennis Quaid is joining our Bradley Cooper movie The Words,” tweeted Cassian Elwes, executive producer of The Words. “Jeremy Irons and Zoë Saldana are in.”
The Words is the story of a successful writer who “discovers there’s a price to pay for stealing someone else’s work.”
Star Trek XI‘s Zoë Saldana will be presented with a Midnight Award at the Midnight Awards segment of the 54th San Francisco International Film Festival, due to take place later this month.
The awards ceremony, which “takes the format of a late night talk show,” will be hosted by New York Times best-selling author Beth Lisick. Saldana will be interviewed by Lisick during the show.
Chris Pine has let Star Trek fans know a small bit about what will happen to James T. Kirk in the next Trek film. Plus – Pine and Zoë Saldana meet Luna director.
With production to gear up this summer, fans are eager for any snippet of news regarding the Star Trek sequel, and Pine provided a bit of that news courtesy of his Facebook page.
Star Trek XI‘s Zoë Saldana wants information about the sequels to both Avatar and Star Trek XI.
However, Saldana herself is not content to wait. “I email Jim [Cameron] and J.J. [Abrams] to see if I can get a little bit of information,” she said, “and I don’t know if it’s a trend of mine or if I just psychologically gravitate towards these directors that are very secretive, but they’re definitely talented.”
Saldana’s most recent film, Burning Palms, premiered last night and releases tomorrow.
Zoë Saldana‘s website has had a make-over, and there is plenty of content for her fans to enjoy.
The redesigned website has six sections, including: Film, Fashion, Charity, Photo Gallery, About Zoe and Press.
Several official photos have been released of Zoë Saldana in Colombiana, as professional assassin Cataleya Restrepo.
Saldana will be appearing along with Michael Vartan, Jordi Molla, Lennie James and Sam Douglas in Colombiana.
Nichelle Nichols could see a romance between Uhura and Spock because the original series showed plenty of hints of something between the two characters.
Being young and new to Starfleet meant excitement and romance were part of the game, according to Nichols. “…she was a recruit and this was her first trip out. It was the five-mission where no man or woman had gone before. So J.J. [Abrams] had the right, as the director of the prequel, to show the characters as young people. NASA recruits train for a year, sometimes two, before they go out on their first mission. As young people, they’re excited and they’re new and they’re going to go on this mission, and there’s romance and so forth that’s going to go on.”
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.
Zoë Saldana will be on the cover of the August issue of GQ UK.
In addition to being on the cover of GQ UK, Saldana was interviewed for the issue, where she talks about her career, body, men and life in Queens, N.Y.
Star Trek‘s Zoë Saldana will be the new face of Calvin Klein Underwear’s Fall 2010 global advertising campaign.
Saldana will also be part of the advertising campaign for Calvin Klein Envy, a new product launch according to Calvin Klein Underwear Chief Creative Officer Bob Mazzoli.
Star Trek XI‘s Zoë Saldana is engaged to her boyfriend of ten years.
Saldana, 32, will wed actor/businessman Keith Britton, who is 33.
One hundred-and-thirty-five people who have distinguished themselves in the motion picture industry were invited to join the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, including several affiliated with Star Trek XI.
The invitees were drawn from the following categories: actors, animators, art directors, at-large, casting directors, cinematographers, costume designers, directors, documentary, executives, film editors, live action short films, makeup artists and hair stylists, music, producers, production designers, public relations, set decorators, sound, visual effects and writers.
Last night was the 39th Annual Saturn Awards and while Avatar dominated, winning ten Saturn Awards, Star Trek didn’t leave totally empty-handed.
Star Trek XI was represented in the awards with a win in the Best Make-up collection, the award going to Barney Burman, Mindy Hall and Jean Harlow for their work on the movie.
Normally, the only stress involved in going onstage to collect an award happens when one trips on the way up to the podium, or forgets an acceptance speech, but for Zoë Saldana, receiving her award meant trying to stay out of a fight between the host of the ceremony and Sir Patrick Stewart.
At last night’s Glamour Awards in London, Stewart, onstage to present the gong for Film Actress of the Year to Saldana, took issue with how comedian James Corden was standing.