Posts Tagged ‘star trek’
Five Reasons Wrath of Khan Should Not Be Remade
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 27, 2013 under Featured, Lists
We're only a couple of weeks away from a new Star Trek movie coming out, and ever since Star Trek: Nemesis killed off the Next Generation film franchise; it seems like every hotshot Hollywood writer seems to think that in order to be cool and edgy they need to rip off or remake The Wrath of Khan. Nicholas Meyer's Trek not only revitalized the Star Trek film franchise after a slight disappointmen... more.
Shatner Unleashed a Twitter Smackdown on Bad Trek Writers
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 26, 2013 under News
Yesterday was Lost and Prometheus ruiner Damon Lindelof's birthday, so William Shatner took to Twitter to wish him a happy one. Of course, being the awesome Shatner he did it in his own amazing way by pointing out how Lindelof didn't put him in his Star Trek movie not once, but twice. Ignoring the fact that Lindelof didn't work on the first Abramsverse Trek, it was an awesome dig, which sparked a ... more.
New Pacific Rim Poster
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 25, 2013 under Pics
With all of the attention on Iron Man 3, Star Trek, and Man of Steel some may have forgotten the other fanboy dream movie coming out this summer. To make sure people remember that del Toro's giant robots vs giant monsters movie is coming out in July, Warner has released this new poster for Pacific Rim. It shows the American Jaeger, Gipsy Danger, smashing through buildings; obviously in the middle ... more.
- Podcast #27 – Oblivion Review, Star Wars animated series, Star Trek spoilers 0 CommentsPosted by Jason Peffley on April 24, 2013 under Podcast
Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy Comments on the Internet and Secrets
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Star Wars
When Lucasfilm hired JJ Abrams to direct Episode VII, some people said "Great, he'll cast Mark Hamill and then lie to keep it a secret that Luke Skywalker is in the movie!" Thankfully, JJ Abrams is just a hired gun and Lucasfilm calls the shots on all things Star Wars, which is why an Oscar-winning writer is writing the movie instead of the stooges who wrote Transformers and Star Trek Into Darknes... more.
- All the Lies Spread About the Star Trek Into Darkness Villain 1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under News
- New Into Darkness Clip Shows Klingon Ships 1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 23, 2013 under News
Star Trek Into Darkness Premiered in Sydney…the Truth is Here (SPOILERS)
14 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Featured, News
I am going to preface this that if you do not want to know the truth about Star Trek Into Darkness and who Benedict Cumberbatch is really playing, you should not be reading this. A few hours ago, the movie had its huge world premiere in Sydney. While spoiler free reviews are popping up online, due to Abrams begging the press to not bust his lies wide open, people are leaking out the truth that... more.
First Star Trek Into Darkness Clip is Light on Lens Flares
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 22, 2013 under News
Through AOL, Paramount has released the first official clip from Star Trek Into Darkness. If you saw the IMAX preview last year, this would look familiar as its taken from that, and is the part of the scene where Spock is stuck in the volcano and Kirk has to decide whether or not to break the Prime Directive to rescue him. One thing you'll notice from the clip is while there are some lens flare... more.
Giacchino Says John Williams Must Score Episode VII
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 17, 2013 under News, Star Wars
When Lucasfilm picked JJ Abrams to direct Episode VII, everyone expected Michael Giacchino to score the movie as well. After all, Abrams likes to work with the same people and it already looks like he'll be bringing his long-time editor with him on Star Wars. But Giacchino was recently in Switzerland for a live Star Trek concert, and he more.