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Star Trek Sequel a Two-Parter?

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

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Star Trek screenwriter Roberto Orci revealed that the next Trek movie might be the first instalment of a two-part story.

Speaking to io9 at Comic-Con, he was asked if they had any further meetings about the sequel, and he replied: “Nothing was decided [at the last meeting]. It was really about… [They said to us] ‘We thought maybe you could do that as like 2 and 3.'”

It’s a fairly vague quote, but it does raise all kinds of possibilities as to the future of Trek. Will they film parts two and three back-to-back like Pirates of the Caribbean? Will part two end on a cliff-hanger a la The Matrix Reloaded?

Obviously we don’t know, but after the great job done by Abrams and Co. on the first Trek we’re looking forward to finding out.

Star Trek Guide

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

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Star Trek Boldly Going to Imax

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

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Star Trek may appear in Imax, according to First Showing.

Director J.J. Abrams’ big screen reboot of Star Trek may boldly go where many high profile feature films of late have gone before (and with great success): to IMAX theaters.

While Star Trek wasn’t shot on IMAX cameras the way that The Dark Knight was, First Showing claims that the movie “will be converted to 70mm for projection on IMAX screens. Star Trek will hit both regular and IMAX theaters everywhere on May 8th next summer.”

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Star Trek Movie Commercial – TV Spot 1

Monday, November 17th, 2008

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Newly released commercial TV spot of the upcoming Star Trek XI.

The film explores the origins of James T. Kirk, Spock and the crew of the USS Enterprise from the original “Star Trek” series and how these iconic characters came together. According to rumors, the story involves an elder Spock (Nimoy) and a group of Romulans (led by Nero, played by Bana) being transplanted into the past where Spock must prevent the Romulans from irreparably damaging the timeline. To do so, he will have to enlist the assistance of his younger self (Quinto).

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Star Trek Footage Review

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

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It seems that the future of the Star Trek franchise is in good hands with Abrams at the helm.

IGN was invited to a very special preview of the new Star Trek movie in London this morning, and we’re pleased to report that the footage screened was little short of spectacular.

Taking place at the Vue West End in Leicester Square, and with director J.J. Abrams introducing, the presentation featured the worldwide premiere of four extended clips from the film, plus a screening of the trailer which is due to hit cinemas next week.

We’re going to give a detailed description of what we saw, so those who want to avoid spoilers should look away now, but be safe in the knowledge that the franchise is in good hands, with Abrams, his writers and cast looking to have successfully rebooted the franchise and then some.

The Trailer

The trailer kicks off with a sports car being driven at high speed down a dirt road, chased by what appears to be a motorcycle. The car careers towards a cliff face and the driver bails just as it is about to go over the edge, revealing himself to be a child. The biker dismounts his now hovering cycle and appears to be not of this Earth. “What’s your name?” he barks. “James Tiberius Kirk,” comes the reply.

Cut to grown-up Kirk looking mean and moody as a voiceover talks about his being meant for something better, something special. This is quickly followed by a variety of shots of Spock — young/older/Nimoy — before segueing into a variety of stock trailer shots. So cue quick-cut space battles, shouting, explosions, phasers being fired, some brief sex and a quip from Scotty: “I like this ship; it’s exciting!”

The trailer then ends with Eric Bana, heavily made up as Romulum Nero, exclaiming, “The wait is over!”

Abrams then hit the stage to rapturous applause, before admitting he was never really that big a Star Trek fan, but that he appreciated the optimism of the franchise. He added that he also liked the promise of adventure in the original series, but for whatever reason, perhaps budgetary constraints, he felt it never really delivered on that promise. He said that he hoped to make good with his version, and then proceeded to screen the first clip.

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New Star Trek XI Posters

Saturday, August 2nd, 2008

We have the four new Star Trek XI posters. These items are in stock and ready to ship. All four are single-sided, original theatrical release posters. They are designed to go together, like pieces of puzzle, to create the famous Star Trek badge (see image above). Just click on the link below for more details:

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Calling All Vulcans!

Wednesday, November 7th, 2007


Calling all Trekkies! Want to be in the upcoming Star Trek XI movie? Read on for information:

Are you a Trekker? Do you want to be in director J.J. Abrams’ new Star Trek movie? Of course you do! Then this Saturday’s your chance to win a role in the upcoming Paramount film, which begins filming tomorrow in L.A. points out an open casting call notice at for Corporate Headquarters, the not-so-secret codename for the Trek production. The open casting call will take place November 10th at 3108 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505. says the filmmakers are specifically looking for “thin, regal talent who have BROWN or BLACK hair AND are OK with their eyebrows being shaved from the arch outward to portray a ‘Vulcan type’ eyebrow shape. If this is something you’d be interested in, please be sure to email with a current photo & contact info specifically stating so.”

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Star Trek XI

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007


Plot outline:
A chronicle of the early days of James T. Kirk and his fellow USS Enterprise crew members during their time at Starfleet Academy.

Cast: Zachary Quinto, Eric Bana, Zoe Saldana, Anton Yelchin, Leonard Nimoy ; Directed by: J.J. Abrams

In Theaters: December 25, 2008

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Star Trek Casting Comparison

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

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J.J. Abrams has assembled his cast for the upcoming Star Trek XI. Read on to find out how the new crew measures up to their predecessors.

Captain James T. Kirk

Actors: Chris Pine is in negotiations to take over from William Shatner. Pine’s schedule, however, is reportedly an issue so it’s possible that another actor (say, Poseidon’s Mike Vogel) may sit in the captain’s chair instead. Pine is a relative unknown to most audiences, with his most high profile films roles to date being Lindsay Lohan’s love interest in Just My Luck and as one of the kill-crazy Tremor brothers in Smokin’ Aces. At 27, Pine is eight years younger than Shatner was when he first portrayed James Tiberius Kirk, but since this film will supposedly be a “first adventure” story then that could work. Physically, Pine doesn’t bear too much of a resemblance to The Shat (especially the eyes), but we do think it’s ironic that one actor with thinning hair has been tapped to play another who was a trailblazer in the field of toupees and hair weaves.

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Crowe Talks Trek Again

Friday, August 24th, 2007

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We found this article on IGN.con where Russell Crowe talks about his role in the upcoming Star Trek XI feature length film. IGN spoke with Russell Crowe earlier this week (see the video below) about the rumors — first reported by us — that Paramount would like to get him to play the villain in their new Star Trek movie. While Crowe wasn’t terribly forthcoming with us about the buzz, he did open up about it a little more in another recent interview.

Speaking with, Crowe said of the rumors that he’ll be starring in the next Trek, “Apparently. But I haven’t read anything. I can’t make a decision about anything until I read it so we’ll see what happens.”

While that’s far from a “not true,” it’s also far from a “hell, yeah” so time will tell.

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