With both Star Trek Into Darkness and Pacific Rim, directors JJ Abrams and Guillermo Del Toro made it very clear that they didn’t want to shoot their movies in 3D.
First the teaser trailer hit for Star Trek Into Darkness, and now 9 minutes of footage will be playing before Peter Jackson's Hobbit in IMAX screenings.
Today saw the release of two trailers for the upcoming Star Trek sequel, but what do they tell us?
Team Abrams has finally released the first long-awaited trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness.
Star Trek Into Darkness, the long-awaited sequel to the new model JJ Abrams Trek, is probably the most anticipated genre film of 2013.
By now all Trekkies know that 9 minutes of IMAX footage from the new film, Star Trek Into Darkness, will be shown at select theaters on December 14.
There was quite a bit of speculation about what form Prometheus would take be before it was finally released. Was it indeed an Alien prequel? Would it be Alien influenced, but still remain its own unique story?
One of the most anticipated genre films of 2013 is Star Trek Into Darkness.
Who wouldn’t want to direct the new Star Wars movie? So many fans have armchair quarterbacked the last three, who wouldn’t want to step up and show George Lucas how it’s done?
Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim is slated to feature a graphic novel that hits shelves just before the release of the film.
The new movie version of Judge Dredd, simply titled Dredd, hit theaters this weekend.