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'Star Trek Into Darkness': Alice Eve Denies Khan Rumors As Khangate 2013...

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Thanks to the fact that every actor in the film is denying it while all of the film’s marketing seems to suggest it, the question of whether or not classic Star Trek big bad Khan is the villain in Star Trek Into Darkness is driving the Trek fan community bonkers.  For every trailer clip that seems to indicate J.J. Abrams is going full Wrath of...

'Star Trek Into Darkness': Five New Images Inside The Enterprise

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There's no way that Star Trek Into Darkness isn't on your summer movies radar. The latest installment in the long-running science fiction franchise is slowly edging closer towards its release, and because of that we're getting showered with a few new photos. One thing's for sure, we know the end result to one of them. Hint: it involves Red Shirts.

'Star Trek Into Darkness' Super Bowl Trailer: No, It Doesn't Mention Khan

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Look, maybe it’s time we give up on the whole “hey, is Khan gonna be in this thing or not?” game with Star Trek Into Darkness, Paramount and J.J. Abrams, because it’s not a fight we’re winning.  Every new trailer or image only serves to confuse the matter further, so maybe we should just be patient and wait until the film’s May 17th release date to see—oh, who am I...

'Star Trek Into Darkness': Even Benedict Cumberbatch Is Irritated By The...

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Another day, another chance to discuss whether or not the villain portrayed by Benedict Cumberbatch in Star Trek Into Darkness is Khan, or just some random dude named “John Harrison.”  Fan speculation is rampant, and recent advertising for the film isn’t helping (there’s a brief clip of two hands pressed against glass, referencing the tragic ending...

'The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug' First Image Shows A Frightened Bilbo...

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Yesterday we got our first glimpse of the third film in the Hobbit trilogy, which a lot of us found to be a little bit odd. We rather would've received a sneak peek at the second movie, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaugthan that. Well, our cries of confusion can now be put to rest as the first official image from the second film is now available.

First 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Teaser Looks Intense

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Paramount is continuing the trend of releasing a trailer for the trailer by dropping the first teaser for J.J. Abrams' highly-anticipated movie Star Trek Into Darkness. The clip, which runs a little over a minute, features tons of stunned faces, screams and explosions. Take a look.

'Star Trek: Into Darkness's First Poster Blasts Its Way Into Town

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The curtain has been lifted and Paramount has revealed their first official poster for their highly anticipated sequel Star Trek: Into Darkness. While there's already been an overwhelming critique of the style of the poster, you have to admit that you're excited to see J.J. Abrams' latest sci-fi flick. At least, we are.

'The Hobbit Part 2' Gets A New Title: 'The Desolation Of Smaug'

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Once again it’s all-change for The Hobbit. With the project now spreading its wings to become a trilogy instead of a pair, you can imagine it’s caused a few repercussions, with various changes to the titles of each instalment. The second film is now to be called The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug.

Chris Pine Leaks 'Star Trek 2' Details, Talks 'Relentless Action'

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Curious about the new Star Trek sequel? We know we are.  And lucky us, Chris Pine has recently been raving to TotalFilm about the new movie, and apparently it won’t be adhering to the usual sequel pitch of, quote, "like the original, but darker…"  When the magazine suggested that  it might be a bit on the darker side, Pine was quick to dismiss it: "We're not making...

'Star Trek 2' Writer Denies Villain Reveal, Announces Trailer Release

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Sigh, where to begin?  First, the villain for the upcoming Star Trek 2 was original series super villain Khan.  Then, crewmembers quashed the Khan rumor, saying he’s not in the film at all.  And then, the villain was leaked to be Khan once again.  Then,  Karl Urban, who plays Dr. McCoy in both Star Trek and Star Trek...

'Star Trek 2' Villain Finally Leaks? (Hint: It's Not Khan)

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Ok, Star Trek 2, this “who is the film’s villain?” thing is getting old.  First it was it Khan, then it wasn’t Khan, then it was Khan again.  Sure, we could wait until 2013 to find out, like mature human beings, but that simply isn’t what the internet was made for.  Which is why a recent interview with Star Trek 2’s Karl Urban (he plays Dr. McCoy) is raising...

Peter Jackson Wraps 'The Hobbit' Films

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Peter Jackson, as you can imagine, has been rather busy lately, but recently good news has come by way of the writer-director’s Facebook page -- Yes, that’s right; that moment Lord of the Rings fans have been waiting so long for has just come another step closer - after 266 days of production that kicked off in March of 2011, both The Hobbit films have...

'Star Trek 2' Writer Leaks Villain Details

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One of the more fervent movie geek debates throughout 2012 has been  this—will Chris Pine be screaming “KHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAANNNN!!!!!” in Star Trek 2, the sequel to 2009’s Star Trek reboot?  At one point, it was all but confirmed that Khan would be the villain, and then Simon Pegg later denied it.  Then, director J.J. Abrams dropped a preview of the...

Simon Pegg Says No Khan in 'Star Trek 2'

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When Star Trek 2 was casting its villain, it was unknown who the big baddie would be. Sure, there are the Klingons, the Romulans and more to play with. But as for human villains, the only name that means anything to mainstream audiences is Khan Noonien Singh, villain of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.  However, Simon Pegg says that Benedict...

Blu-ray and DVD Picks For May 22 – 28

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This week brings one of the best films of last year (from the Criterion Collection, no less) some of the bigger disappointments of of 2012 so far, one of the best TV shows going today, and a collection of the Lethal Weapon films. Not a bad week for DVD and Blu-ray. Check it out…

First Photos From Star Trek 2 Set Reveals First Look At The Villain

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Though we still have no idea what the film is about and who Benedict Cumberbatch is playing, the first photos from Star Trek 2 have arrived (from MTV), and they show that Cumberbatch must be some kind of villain. He seems to be in conflict with Zachary Quinto's Spock, but maybe Spock is just trying to restrain him because he's super upset about getting a parking...

Benedict Cumberbatch Joins Star Trek 2

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It's amazing how fast rumors become truth, but as of now this is what's known: Benedict Cumberbatch has joined the cast of Star Trek 2. What isn't know is the role he's playing, though it's quickly gone from rumor to confirmation that he's the villain of the piece. To be fair, most bigger casting decisions on a film like this are going to be for the new antagonists,...

The Poster for Steven Spielberg's War Horse

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The nice thing about being Steven Spielberg is that if you've got a film scheduled for release in December, you're already considered one of - if not the - front runner for the Oscars. Such is his War Horse, which stars relative newcomer Jeremy Irvine along with Tom Hiddleston, Benedict Cumberbatch, Emily Watson and David Thewlis. This buzz is also based on...

Four Lions: Movie Review

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"Too soon" - a phrase arguably pinned to Tina Fey for her infamous Palin impressions, to Quentin Tarantino for re-writing Hitler's demise, the list goes on. The question is, how exactly does one constitute what's "too soon" for satire? First time writer/director Chris Morris, with fierce audacity, mocks terrorism in his upcoming film Four Lions, centered...