Wagering that there might be some sort of cross-over market between nerds that like dwarves and nerds that like Klingons, Paramount is going to try hooking audiences into Star Trek Into Darkness when they go to see The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Following in the path of Warner Bros. with their Batmen, the studio is reportedly to debut the first nine minutes of J.J. Abrams' unnervingly-unpunctuated sequel in about 500 theaters this December, to be shown exclusively before IMAX screenings of Peter Jackson's latest Tolkien adaptation. Those in attendance should expect the footage to be met with 90% cheering, 10% scornful chuckles followed by exasperated, muttered explanations of why the fantasy and science fiction genres could not be further from each other.
His work in repetition and stalling have already stretched a simple tale into a three-film deal, and now lengthening innovator Peter Jackson has figured a way to pad The Hobbit into a three-year affair as well. His secret? Post-production delays.
Once scheduled for a July 18, ... / Continue →
In a bright, uplifting showing of J.J. Abrams setting aside his usual ways to give audiences the fulfilling closure they're all hoping for, the ultra-secretive director and Paramount reportedly recently screened the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness for a sick fan as his dying w... / Continue →
The name of Benedict Cumberbatch's Star Trek Into Darkness villain has supposedly been revealed. As with all of the actor's roles, that name is not nearly as good as Benedict Cumberbatch.... / Continue →