Opening in theaters on May 17th is the highly anticipated new film Star Trek Into Darkness, which is a sequel to 2009's Star Trek - a reboot of the classic science fiction franchise. The movie is once again helmed by visionary director J.J. Abrams (Super 8) and features returning cast members Chris Pine (People Like Us) as Captain James T. Kirk, Zachary Quinto (Margin Call) as Spock, Karl Urban (Dredd) as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, Zoe Saldana (The Words) as Uhura, Anton Yelchin (Like Crazy) as Pavel Chekov, John Cho (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D) as Hikaru Sulu, Simon Pegg (The Adventures of Tintin) as Montgomery "Scotty" Scott, and Bruce Greenwood (Flight) as Christopher Pike, as well as new cast members Alice Eve (The Raven) as Dr. Carol Marcus, Peter Weller (Robocop) as Admiral Alexander Marcus, and Benedict Cumberbatch (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) as Commander John Harrison.
IAR's very own Guest Correspondent Katherine Tulich recently had a chance to travel to London, England and sit down with director J.J. Abrams to talk about their work on Star Trek Into Darkness. The visionary director discussed the new movie, making it a stand-alone sequel, the film's darker tone, references to Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, utilizing 3D, overseeing both the Star Trek and Star Wars franchises, and whether or not he will be involved with a third Star Trek movie.
Seven new clips, totaling just under five minutes, of The Great Gatsby give a sense of the 3D summer movie's take on F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel.
Perhaps more importantly, the clips also include one really excellent delivery of Jay Gatsby's trademark "old sport" by Leonardo DiCaprio.
If you're not yet suffering from Star Trek Into Darkness poster fatigue, then two new character posters might just push you over the line.
Either way, you're in luck, because with addition of domestic posters featuring Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy and Hikaru Sulu round out the core crew of the USS Enterprise. So perhaps this is the end of the posterization for some time.
J.J. Abrams and company have managed to keep the lid on the secrets of Star Trek Into Darkness for actual years now.
So if you're expecting a new mega-haul of official stills from the twelfth Star Trek movie to give the game away, you're sorely mistaken.
In making a big budget 3D The Great Gatsby, did you really think that the director behind Moulin Rouge! would hold back when it came it the music?
Warner Bros. has unveiled a new theatrical trailer and one sheet promoting Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby, and the trailer aurally showcases some of the new music made by contemporary artists for the soundtrack. Speaking of which, the full soundtrack listing is now online too.
Extraterrestrial robots disguised as automobiles are equally nonsensical in any language. So it only makes sense that the unbridled spectacle of the Transformers movies have found a receptive audience in China, an ever-growing market hungry for the biggest movies America has to offer.
In order to maximize the profitably of next year's Transformers 4, Paramount Pictures is teaming up with China Movie Channel and Jiaflix Enterprises.
This summer, you'll finally be able to experience a timeless classic of American literature the way it was meant to be experienced: In 3D.
But for now, you're going to have to content yourself with some regrettably two-dimensional The Great Gatsby character posters.
Hey everyone, here's a feel-good story for your Easter: According to studio estimates, this weekend's box office haul was up from the same weekend last year. Of course, it looks like it's only up by less than 1% and we're still down 12% for the young year. But still. It's an Easter miracle.
Paramount's probably spreading the good news, as the sequel G.I Joe: Retaliation finished in first by a mile.
Of the other two new releases on this holiday frame, Tyler Perry's Temptation fared far better than The Host, which seems unlikely to spawn the hoped-for franchise.
Synopsis: With his remastering of the epic into a state-of-the-art 3D format, Spielberg introduces the three-time Academy Award®-winning blockbuster to a new generation of moviegoers and allows longtime fans to experience the world he envisioned in a way that was unimaginable during the film’s original release.