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J.J. ABRAMS ‘STAR TREK’ Sequel Release Date Announced

January 10, 2010

'STAR TREK' Movie Poster


Source: ComingSoon.net

It looks like Paramount Pictures has decided at least on a tentative release date for J. J. Abrams’ anticipated Untitled Star Trek Sequel as it stakes claim to the coveted pre-4th of July weekend of June 29, 2012.

Read more HERE.

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‘STAR TREK’ Update: New Interviews With J.J. ABRAMS, ZACHORY QUINTO, And CHRIS PINE

May 6, 2009

'STAR TREK' Movie Poster

'STAR TREK' Movie Poster


Source: ComingSoon.net

Check out the video interviews HERE.

In other ‘STAR TREK’ updates; check out a new interview with original Spock, Leonard Nimoy, HERE.

‘STAR TREK’ is already confirmed for a sequel with J.J. ABRAMS confirmed to produce. Read more on that HERE.

Check out a new(er) ‘STAR TREK’ featurette with cast and crew HERE.

The J.J. ABRAMS directed remake hits theaters May 8th, 2009 and stars; John Cho, Ben Cross, Bruce Greenwood, Simon Pegg, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Winona Ryder, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Anton Yelchin, Eric Bana, and Leonard Nimoy.



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LEONARD NIMOY Talks New ‘STAR TREK’ Movie In New Interview

April 27, 2009

LEONARD NIMOY

LEONARD NIMOY

'STAR TREK' Movie Poster

'STAR TREK' Movie Poster


Source: SciFiWire.com

New STAR TREK movie right around the corner. LEONARD NIMOY talks all about it HERE. A few excerpts below.

Leonard Nimoy on what to expect from the new ‘STAR TREK’ movie:

“It’s a story that’s never been told. And I think it’s told very, very well.”

“The script really captures the essence of those characters and brings them together in a very entertaining, very exciting way.”

On ZACHARY QUINTO:

“I think very highly of Zack Quinto. I think he’s a very good actor. What I’ve seen of the movie, I think he does a wonderful job, as does the rest of the crew. I think they’re all very, very good in their roles.”

On ZACHARY QUINTO playing SPOCK:

“The Spock that he’s playing is a Spock that existed before the Spock that I played. He was younger, not quite so experienced, and therefore somewhat different.”

Read the entire interview HERE.

The J.J. ABRAMS directed remake hits theaters May 8th, 2009 and stars; John Cho, Ben Cross, Bruce Greenwood, Simon Pegg, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Winona Ryder, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Anton Yelchin … Pavel Chekov, Eric Bana, and Leonard Nimoy.


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PARAMOUNT Moving Forward With ‘STAR TREK’ Sequel, J.J. ABRAMS On Board To Produce

March 31, 2009

J.J. ABRAMS 'STAR TREK' Already Confirmed For Sequel

J.J. ABRAMS 'STAR TREK' Already Confirmed For Sequel


Source: Variety

As Paramount Pictures readies the May 8 release of its “Star Trek” franchise relaunch, the studio is moving forward with a sequel, and has hired Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof to pen the screenplay.

J.J. Abrams, who directed and produced the latest chapter, is on board to produce the follow-up alongside his Bad Robot partner Bryan Burk. No decision has been made yet on whether Abrams will return behind the camera for the sequel.

Abrams recently confirmed a possible ‘CLOVERFIELD’ sequel in early development. Read more on that HERE.

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J.J. ABRAMS Confirms ‘CLOVERFIELD’ Sequel In Early Development

March 1, 2009

CLOVERFIELD Movie Poster

CLOVERFIELD Movie Poster


Source: ComingSoon.net

“We’re actually working on an idea right now.”

Read more HERE.

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J.J. ABRAMS Nixes CLOVERFIELD Sequel?

May 17, 2008

CLOVERFIELD Movie Poster
Source: ScfFi.com. Coming Soon

J.J. Abrams, co-producer of the hit monster film Cloverfield, said that a sequel may or may not happen and revealed that he’s more inclined to do something with his Cloverfield partners, writer Drew Goddard and director Matt Reeves, other than a follow-up.

Read more HERE.

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‘CLOVERFIELD’ Director MATT REEVES Talks Sequel

January 25, 2008

CLOVERFIELD Movie Poster
Source: http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=41100
Interview by: Max Evry


CS: Any possibilities for a “Cloverfield” sequel?

Matt Reeves: This was so fun ’cause we’d never done anything like it, and I think we’d want to find a similar challenge, to find a way to have its roots in this but be fresh and new, otherwise you’re just repeating yourself. There’s a moment on the Brooklyn Bridge, and there was a guy filming something on the side of the bridge, and Hud sees him filming and he turns over and he sees the ship that’s been capsized and sees the headless Statue of Liberty, and then he turns back and this guy’s briefly filming him. In my mind that was two movies intersecting for a brief moment, and I thought there was something interesting in the idea that this incident happened and there are so many different points of view, and there are several different movies at least happening that evening and we just saw one piece of another. That idea sort of tickled me. We’ll have to see if anyone would want a sequel. If the movie does well and we find a compelling reason to do so then it would be fun to do a sequel.

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Cool. I was pretty happy with the movie and I know most sequels tank so I’d pass on a sequel but he definitely has the right idea. It’s the same concept for sequels for any kind of Apocalytic movies or War movies, etc. So many different people affected in so many ways.

In a portion of the interview I didn’t include in this posting Reeves indicated that the ‘monster’ in Cloverfield was actually a ‘baby’ and acting out of confusion. So I suppose we’d really hate to see Big Mama reacting out of being pissed off that those puny humans were picking on the ‘little one’.

Again. If you have not seen ‘CLOVERFIELD’ yet I strongly recommend it. Do NOT wait to see it at home. The movie was meant to be watched on the big screen with a big box of popcorn.

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