BREAKING: Star Trek XIII to be titled ‘Star Trek Beyond’ April 21, 2015by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: ST: Into Darkness Sequel , 369 comments
It appears that ‘Star Trek Beyond‘ may be the title of the upcoming Star Trek film, lucky number 13 in the franchise. As far as the storyline is concerned, the title suggests that the new film will venture farther out into the galaxy than we have seen in the previous two Abrams films, as co-writer Simon Pegg has been hinting at for some time now.
NEWS BITS: Kingsman’s Sofia Boutella Coming to Trek 3, Chief O’Brien’s Old Boss on Daredevil April 10, 2015by Jared Whitley , Filed under: ST: Into Darkness Sequel,Trek Franchise , 344 comments
Pegg Dispels Elba Klingon Rumors March 29, 2015by Jared Whitley , Filed under: ST: Into Darkness Sequel , 830 comments
There has been quite a bit more news, and wild speculation, about the next Trek movie since Simon Pegg was given the helm. Last week, rumors began to circulate that Idris Elba, a British actor best known to sci-fi fans for his role in Pacific Rim, would play the film’s villain.
Could Idris Elba “Cancel the Apocalypse” of Star Trek 3? March 25, 2015by Jared Whitley , Filed under: ST: Into Darkness Sequel , comments closed
Most famous to science fiction fans as the hero who declared “We are canceling the apocalypse!” in Pacific Rim, British actor Idris Elba could be the cause of the next apocalypse in the Star Trek universe, according to an article by Variety.
Pegg talks “Trek 3” *UPDATE* March 24, 2015by Brian Drew , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,ST: Into Darkness Sequel,Trek Franchise , comments closed
While doing press interviews for an upcoming film, Simon Pegg gave some details about how he landed the screenwriting gig for the next Star Trek movie, and what he hopes to bring to it. More after the jump.
TrekInk: Review of Star Trek #43 + 7-Page Preview March 10, 2015by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Review,ST: Into Darkness Sequel , comments closed
Adrift in unexplored space, the Enterprise is far beyond the reach of Starfleet, but not IDW Publishing. The Five Year Mission continues this week with a new story arc. Spoiler review after the break.
TrekInk: Review of Star Trek #41: Behemoth Part 1 + 7-Page Preview February 17, 2015by Fritz Kessler , Filed under: Comics,ST: Into Darkness Sequel,Trek Franchise , comments closed
It’s a new beginning for IDW’s nu-Trek comics, but when the Enterprise finds a massive new threat in uncharted space, will the five-year mission end before it even begins? Find out with a spoiler-filled review, plus a 7-page preview, after the jump.
BREAKING: Simon Pegg to co-write Star Trek 3 with Doug Jung January 21, 2015by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: ST: Into Darkness Sequel , comments closed
It was just confirmed by Deadline that Simon Pegg (JJ Trek’s Scotty) and Doug Jung (creator of the TNT series Dark Blue) will co-write the script for the next Star Trek film. This comes on the heals of the exit of Bob Orci and the announcement that Justin Lin (Fast and Furious 6) will take on the director’s chair for the third film in the new franchise.
BREAKING: Next Star Trek Film Set for July 8, 2016 December 23, 2014by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,ST: Into Darkness Sequel , comments closed
Paramount has a Christmas present for the fans with the announcement of a release date for the next Star Trek feature film, which is now set for July 8th, 2016.
‘Fast and Furious 6′ Director Justin Lin To Direct Star Trek 3 December 22, 2014by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: ST: Into Darkness Sequel,Trek Franchise , comments closed
Justin Lin, known for helming ‘Fast and Furious 6′ will take over the director’s chair for Star Trek 3, Deadline is reporting. The announcement comes soon after word that Bob Orci, co-writer of JJ-Trek 1 & 2, stepped down from his directorial debut of the third installment of the franchise, which he also penned.
According to a new report, the list of possible directors for the next Star Trek film is narrowing. More details below.
Orci Responds To Star Trek 3 Rumors and Speculation December 12, 2014by Brian Drew , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Feature Films (TMP-NEM),ST: Into Darkness Sequel,Trek Franchise , comments closed
Ever since news broke last week that Roberto Orci would no longer be directing the next Star Trek film, there has been a great deal of confusion, speculation, and misinformation regarding Orci’s continuing role as well as the future of the feature film franchise. We don’t profess to have all the facts here, but we’re going to try and provide some clarity, using Orci’s comments here at TrekMovie, and elsewhere on Twitter.Celebrity,ST: Into Darkness Sequel,Web , comments closed
On Saturday we reported about the Twitter campaign #BringInRiker which aims to draft the former Number One to be the current director for Star Trek No. 3. Yesterday the actor cum director broke silence and began enthusiastically bidding for the part.
In the wake of the news that Roberto Orci would not, as had previously been announced, be directing the 13th Star Trek movie, rumors are flying across the Internets about why he left and who might replace him. One dedicated group of fans believes that with this particular captain out of his chair, we should promote the first officer to take his place.
REPORT: Orci out as “Trek 3” director December 5, 2014by Brian Drew , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Orci/Kurtzman,ST: Into Darkness Sequel , comments closed
BREAKING: Deadline Hollywood’s Mike Fleming is reporting that Roberto Orci will no longer be at the helm of the next Star Trek film:
Roberto Orci is beaming off the bridge of the Starship Enterprise on Star Trek 3. Rampant rumors are swirling and I’ve confirmed there is fire behind the smoke that he won’t be directing. I even hear that Edgar Wright and others are on a short list to take the job. Orci stays on the project as producer, I’ve heard.
The film is intended to be Orci’s debut as a film director, as well as his first solo project after parting with long-time writing and producing partner Alex Kurtzman.
This story is very fluid at the moment, and TrekMovie will bring you more details as we get them.
UPDATE: Variety is also reporting that Orci is no longer directing.
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Rick Berman tweeted today about his high hopes for the next Star Trek film saying, “No one wants the next Star Trek movie to work more than I do” but adding that he might be more excited about the new Star Wars film. See details below.
Yelchin Talks Shatner and Schedule For Star Trek 2016 October 16, 2014by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,ST09 Cast,ST: Into Darkness Sequel , comments closed
Star Trek’s new Chekov is talking a bit about the 2016 Star Trek movie, including his view on possibly working with William Shatner. See details below.
NYCC VIDEO: Watch Star Trek: TNG Stars Talk 2016 Movie Cameos + Trek After Roddenberry’s Death + More October 11, 2014by Adam Cohen , Filed under: Celebrity,Conventions/Events/Attractions,ST: Into Darkness Sequel,TNG , comments closed
This weekend New York Comic Con has returned to The Big Apple with another Star Trek: TNG reunion as part of the festivities for Friday night. TrekMovie was there to bring you video highlights from the event, including the stars talking about cameos for the 2016 Star Trek movie, discussing Trek pre and post-death of creator Gene Roddenberry and Patrick Stewart even demonstrated his (bad) French accent. Get the details and watch the video clips below.
John Cho Says Bob Orci Will ‘Blow People Away’ With Star Trek 2016 + More From Reddit AMA October 8, 2014by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,ST09 Cast,ST: Into Darkness Sequel , comments closed
Star Trek’s new Sulu John Cho participated in a Reddit AMA this afternoon, and during the talk he spoke a bit about Star Trek, including giving an update on how he has already done his first pre-production task for the upcoming movie. See below for the highlights.Interview,ST09 Cast,ST: Into Darkness Sequel,Star Trek (2009 film),Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
Bruce Greenwood’s Christopher Pike was a standout character for the 2009 Star Trek film and returned for 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness. In an exclusive interview Greenwood talks about how he got his start in Trek, and what he thinks about a possible future for Pike and more.