Mark your calendars Trekkies! Yes, a theater date has been set for Star Trek 2 and it is (drum roll please!) May 17th, 2013.
As we previously reported on TG Daily, Star Trek 2 has been a long time coming, mostly because Team JJ Abrams was busy with other projects, such as Super 8.
Benicio Del Toro may have been tapped to be the next Star Trek villain, but what character will Del Toro play if he accepts the role?
Star Trek fans will be happy to learn that things are moving right along in the JJ Abrams universe.
Leonard Nimoy will always be Spock for innumerable Star Trek fans. Say what you will about Zachary Quinto, but Nimoy was the original archetype for the half human, half Vulcan character.
You probably knew both of these were going to happen eventually, but just in case anyone was waiting on pins and needles in anticipation, you can now relax.
Star Trek lens flares have been a running joke for a while now, to the point where they even did Lens Flare the Movie, facetiously directed by JJ Abrams, on Funny or Die.
At Comic Con this past July, there was a big Batman reunion featuring Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar.
It used to be a given that most sequels couldn't live up to the originals. Then again, the bar has been set rather high for sequels in recent years.
Super 8 has reportedly cost $50 million dollars, which shouldn't be hard to recoup, but you also get the sense there may be a slight panic that the mystery behind the film isn't working to its advantage.
With the success of Lost, Alias, the big screen reinvention of Star Trek and now Super 8, JJ Abrams has proven himself a powerhouse in both movies and television.
Yesterday, we confirmed plans for Star Trek 2 were moving ahead, albeit slowly. Today we discuss why the film is likely to be delayed and which writers are involved in the project.
Fox has picked up one of J.J. Abrams’ new shows.
This week, the major television networks screened pilots with test audiences to help them choose their fall line-up. Two of the pilot episodes were for new J.J. Abrams projects.
Fringe fans have been worried for some time that Fringe would not be coming back, but on Friday Fox announced its renewal.