A 1 minute 57 seconds music video for the Japanese version of "Into Darkness," the insert song for the upcoming Sci-Fi film Star Trek: Into Darkness was officially posted today. The song is co-produced by the director of the film J.J. Abrams and a Japanese music producer Yasutaka Nakata. Check the cool clip after the jump.
Even with its almost fifty-year history, Star Trek has never been particularly lucky when it comes to video games. Is the new third-person co-op shooter by Digital Extremes an exciting and worthwhile new Star Trek adventure, or does this game sink to the abysmal lows of Star Trek V--the one where Kirk fights God? Beam past the jump to find out!
The upcoming Star Trek video game features Kirk and Spock battling against the Gorn, so it's appropriate that a new advertisement serves as a shout out to the original '60s TV series. William Shatner is in on the fun as he tackles the Namco Bandai published game alongside the classic depiction of the Gorn. Check it out after the jump.
What could make J.J. Abrams more powerful than helming both Star Trek and Star Wars? How about making movies based off Valve’s hit games, Half-Life and Portal? Check out the details after the jump.
Star Wars news seems to be a bit of a game of whack a mole. Rumors randomly crop up, only to be denied rapidly. However, the latest is apparently surviving the impulse to whack. According to The Wrap, Argo's Ben Affleck was under consideration to direct Disney's Star Wars: Episode VII, but J.J. Abrams (Star Trek, Mission Impossible, Lost, Alias) is on the way to getting the nod. More after the jump.
J.J. Abrams is known for his secrecy in the projects he works on, but he lifted the curtain to give a terminally ill fan an early screening of Star Trek Into Darkness! Hit the jump to read more on this awesome act of kindness!
J.J. Abrams has been able to reboot the Star Trek franchise, but why did he turn down a chance to work on the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII? Read on to find out why the Lost and Alias creator passed on the new installment!
Following the recent announce trailer, following the preview that ran ahead of the ahead of The Hobbit, Paramount has posted a new trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness. J. J. Abrams' second voyage with Kirk and company is slated to hit May 17, 2013. More after the jump.
With Star Trek back in the public eye, it's only natural that a trailer for the latest movie would generate some buzz. Set phasers to stun and zap the jump to check out the teaser trailer for J.J. Abrams' upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness!
Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock team up to battle Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch in the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness! Beam past the jump to check out the first teaser poster for the sequel to the slick 2009 Star Trek reboot!
For the most part, Star Trek has never been particularly strong on the video game front. Digital Extremes' new PS3 and 360 co-op action game looks to change that, though--hit the jump for details on how Star Trek changes up the usual co-op experience!
The sequel to J.J. Abram's Star Trek reboot has entered production, and the Alias and Lost creator had quite a bit to say about the upcoming film. Beam past the jump to see what Abrams has to say about new cast member Benedict Cumberbatch, original series cast members, and the film being released in 3D!
After Decades of fan debate, Captain Kirk's William Shatner and Princess Leia's Carrie Fisher have gotten off the sidelines to argue Star Trek versus Star Wars, and insult each other. This proved to be a call to action for George Takei, Star Trek's Hikaru Sulu and voice of Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Lok Durd. Watch him broker Star peace after the jump.
Almost exactly a month ago, Variety reported that Benicio Del Toro (The Usual Suspects, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Sin City) was about to be offered the villain role in J.J. Abrams' second Star Trek. Well, it seems like Del Toro was indeed offered the part, and he turned it down. More after the jump.
As far back as last April, George Takei, best known for playing Star Trek's Sulu, has been critical of the casting of non-Asian leads to the live action Akira remake. Later revisions haven't made him any happier. See what he had to say after the jump.