Can the Fast & Furious director fill J.J. Abram’s directorial shoes and live up to the long legacy of Trek – or at the very least, improve upon the previous installment?
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The year was 2009. After 17 years of consecutive production, there had been no Star Trek actively airing on television for four years, no feature film in theaters since Star Trek Nemesis died a painful box office...
“Darkness is coming.” A final, epic trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness hit the Internet today, and it provides the truest sense of what director J.J. Abrams is bringing us in his much-anticipated sequel.
We’re only two months away now from J.J. Abrams‘ hotly anticipated sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness. (So anticipated, in fact, that it won Most Anticipated Movie of 2013 at our 2nd Annual Flickcharters Choice Awards...
How dark will Hollywood go to reach a broader audience? Are brooding, gritty, and foreboding the elements we crave in our tentpole films?
You might want to take a seat for this dark lesson.
Take a trip into Shawshank Penitentiary in our Stephen King Book-to-Screen series.
A three-way bout finishes up our recap of Disney’s Golden Era.