JJ Abrams has an idea for Star Trek 4 and it involves George Kirk, played by Aussie actor Chris Hemsworth (you know… Thor). Paramount moved quickly on the idea and has already signed Hemworth to return. How George Kirk will return to the franchise is unknown as he went down with the ship in the 2009 reboot. Will it be time travel, ghosts from the past? With the Kevlin timeline anything is po...[Read More]
JJ Abrams, Super 8 takes the classic ‘boy meets girl’ scenario and IMAX’es it with today’s technology to create a movie that is a love letter to the Spielbergian StoryTelling Sensibilities that created all those summer blockbusters back in the 1980s. Take a dash of ET, but angry(how 21st Century), some Close Encounters of the Third Kind, a dash of the Goonies – includ...[Read More]
Lots of news to wrap into one little article. We’ve got news on Defendor, Lobo, Star Trek 2, Mission: Impossible 4, and some A-Team stuff. Let’s get started shall we!
I know I’m one of the few who thought that Mission Impossible III was the best in the series. So finding this tidbit that JJ Abrams is teaming once again with Tom Cruise to bring Ethan Hunt back to the big screen is exciting to me. It seems that everything JJ puts his hands on lately is a success.
During the traditional window from September to May of first run series a few always seem to end up being tagged for later viewing as time, opportunity, and personal whimsy conspire against making them required viewing. Fringe fell into that category for me. While the concept intrigued, and John Noble’s portrayal of addled genius Walter Bishop tickled my funny bone, other shows had a strong...[Read More]
Last night saw the official world premiere of JJ Abrams new Star Trek film in Sydney, Australia. However, unbeknownst to Trekkies and non-Trekkies alike who were attending a screening of The Wrath of Khan at Alamo Drafthouse that they were in for a special treat.
The latest Star Trek movie hasn’t even hit theatres yet, but bosses at Paramount aren’t waiting to get things rolling on a sequel.
When I was younger my father introduced me to a few movies that would end up shaping my destiny. One of those movies, or series rather, was Star Trek. I still remember watch The Search For Spock on VHS while visiting a friend of the family one late evening while my brother and sister were sleeping. I’d already seen Star Wars by that time and being introduced to another sci-fi movie only push...[Read More]