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Release Date: May 17, 2013 (North America)

Genres: Action, Adventure, Science Fiction, Sequel          MPAA Rating: PG-13

Production Phase: Released

Studio: Paramount Pictures   Production Company: Bad Robot

Who's In It: Anton Yelchin (Ensign Pavel Chekov), John Cho (Lt. Hikaru Sulu), Zoe Saldana (Lt. Uhura), Karl Urban (Lt. Commander Leonard "Bones" McCoy), Zachary Quinto (Lt. Commander Spock)

Who's Making It: J.J. Abrams (Director), Alex Kurtzman (Screenwriter), Roberto Orci (Screenwriter), Damon Lindelof (Screenwriter), Bryan Burk (Producer)

Premise: A one-man weapon of mass destruction who has a direct connection to Starfleet devastates its fleet of ships, tossing Earth into crisis. Rushing home to confront the adversary, Captain Kirk faces a powerful being who... More »

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Sunday, May 17, 2009

With J.J. Abrams Star Trek a proven hit (and a total domestic gross of $147.6 million in ten days so far) talk about the sequel's possible story direction is heating up. Abrams spoke with MTV after the good news about his film and, for the first time, had someone involved directly with the shaping of the sequel's storyline comment on possible ideas -- including the rebooted version of Khan Noonian Singh.

"It'll be fun to hear what Alex and Bob are thinking about Khan," Abrams told the website. "The fun of this timeline is arguing that different stories, with the same characters, could be equally if not more compelling than what's been told before ... [Khan and Kirk] exist — and while their history may not be exactly as people are familiar with, I would argue that a person's character is what it is.

"Certain people are destined to cross paths and come together, and Khan is out there ... even if he doesn't have the same issues."

Abrams also talked about the possibility that William Shatner could make an appearance in the sequel playing an older version of Kirk, one from the new timeline that's been established. "The point of creating this independent timeline is to not have the restrictions we had coming into this one. And one of those restrictions was that Kirk was dead," the director said, confirming that Kirk's death in Generations is out the window for the newly rebooted Trek's universe.

"It'll be fun to hear what Alex and Bob are thinking about Khan," Abrams told the website. "The fun of this timeline is arguing that different stories, with the same characters, could be equally if not more compelling than what's been told before."

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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

While talking with Coming Soon, all three writers for the next Star Trek film were asked what, if any, work has been done on the storyline for the next Trek film. While Damon Lindelof, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci said that they have been waiting to see what the box office is like for the about-to-be-released film first before putting on their hard hats, they did say that they will be looking to the original series' 79 episodes for ideas for what we could be seeing in the next movie.

"We HAVE to look back," said Orci. "We are going back and getting a refresher course again."

"A lot of what you see in the movie there is a lot of crossover in terms of what happened in their lives. I think we see this new timeline as in harmony with the old timeline. You'll see a lot of the characters through a slightly different lens," added Kurtzman.

When the interviewer suggested Oscar-winner Javier Bardem as someone who could play Khan if the writers decide to use that established Star Trek character, Lindelof said "Come on. That's a no-brainer. That would be the most amazing thing ever. Who would even what to see these [new] guys then? That's the problem. You would just watch them for scenery."

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Friday, April 24, 2009

Could the older Spock once again appear in a Star Trek movie? The man who originated the character more than 40 years ago is very open to the notion of donning Vulcan ear prosthetics again for a movie after J.J. Abrams about-to-be-released Star Trek reboot.

"If J.J. Abrams calls me, I answer the phone," Nimoy is quoted as saying on the Hitfix website. "I don't say 'never' anymore."

Nimoy indicated that it's still too early to talk hard mechanics of how a subsequent Star Trek movie adventure would find a way to bring back his character but he's very happy with the place where he last left Spock. "The character I portray in this film is much more like who I am today, personally. I am as close as possible to the character as I could ever be."

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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Paramount Pictures has asked Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof to write a screenplay for a proposed sequel to their newly rebooted Star Trek franchise. Star Trek director J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk will produce the second film underneath their Bad Robot shingle while Orci, Lindelof and Kurtzman will also receive full producer credit on the new picture. The script is expected to be turned into Paramount by Christmas and already the studio is thinking of a summer 2011 release for the second (and overall twelfth) Star Trek movie.

Lindelof said two comments worthy of note to Variety. "There's obviously a lot of hubris involved in signing on to write a sequel of a movie that hasn't even come out yet," he commented to the trade outlet. "But we're so excited about the first one that we wanted to proceed."

The second remark addresses where the sequel's storyline could go. "Obviously we discussed ideas, but we are waiting to see how audiences respond next month," said Lindelof. "With a franchise rebirth, the first movie has to be about origin. But with a second, you have the opportunity to explore incredibly exciting things. We'll be ambitious about what we'll do." [Full story]

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