Star Trek Into Darkness
In a recent L.A. Times interview, J.J. Abrams and Roberto Orci revealed that Star Trek XII will reflect contemporary war issues much like TOS reflected sociopolitical issues of the 60s. J.J. also made ti clear that Star Trek XII will be worthy of the audience and not just another movie.
Zoe Saldana is quite the rising sci-fi heroin in Hollywood these days. Of course, Starring in J.J. Abrams's 'Star Trek' as well as the upcoming James Cameron film Avatar. Cinematical got the chance to talk to Zoe about both films as well as what she would like to see in Star Trek XII.
In a recent interview with SciFi Wire, Zachary Quinto talked frankly about the progress of the sequel to J.J. Abrams's 'Star Trek'. 'I don't think anybody's in a hurry' says Quinto, but he also reassurres fans telling 'Star Trek is a priority, certainly'.
With several reports floating around the net the last few weeks about the progress of the Star Trek XII script, we've learned that they all were a bit exaggerated. As reported by SciFi Wire, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are saying that they don't have anything pinned down yet. Infact, they commented directly about Zoe Saldana's 'halfway done' remark that she made from Comic-Con.
As reported by Ace Showbiz, Star Trek XII will be one cast member short. Eric Bana will not be reprising his role as Nero. We kinda figured Nero wouldn't be back in the sequel, considering he was last seen exploding in a black hole. But, weirder things have happened.
As reported by io9, Robert Orci says the 'trying to quit being a hero' formula doesn't apply to every second movie in a series and he sees the Enterprise crew as being much more committed to their mission. Our comment on this? Good! Now, get the props department started on Khan's space mullet.
Early this week we reported Zoe Saldana saying that the Star Trek XII script is 'halfway done'. Now, Zachary Quinto isn't confirming the progress, but is confirming that writing is underway.
As reported by SciFi Wire, Zoe Saldana (Uhura, Star Trek XI) was interviewed last Friday at Comic-Con and revealed that the script for Star Trek XII is halfway done.
In a recent interview with Breakingnews.ie, Simon Pegg talks about Hollywood, why he prefers living in London, and the possible release timeline for Star Trek XII.
Simon Pegg thinks Hollywood is a "very friendly place" but insists his heart belongs in London.