JJ Abrams Shows a Deleted ‘Star Trek’ Scene Featuring Benedict Cumberbatch in the Shower on ‘Conan’
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I Thought That New Star Trek Poster Looked Familiar
Leave it to slashfilm to quickly pull together all the examples of why that new Star Trek poster looks so very familiar. I guess dudes standing in front of stuff and broken-as-hell buildings are the hot new reused movie poster design trend.
At this time you can also get the following four-hour lightning deals.
Sorry, Cumberbitches — the start of production on the third cycle of this detective drama has been moved from January to March. Sources say the shift was necessary to accommodate the busy schedules of the show’s breakout stars, Benedict Cumberbatch (who’s filming Star Trek 2) and Martin Freeman (starring in The Hobbit).
Only valid this week, 60% off the $100 list price. The set includes Star Trek 1 through 6 as well as the Captain’s Summit bonus disc.
Sites around the web are abuzz with an alleged confirmation as to who Cumberbatch will be playing in JJ Abrams’ new Trek film. If you want to join the legions that have read the spoiler, click through.
Three dollars and forty-nine cents. That’s it. Lens flares cost more than that. Marked down 90% from the $35 list price.
I went to a few Star Trek conventions back in the old days, before I did Star Wars. was allowed to do things like that.
I started writing Star Wars sort of in the heyday of the syndication part of Star Trek. I think the thing that I was attracted to most about Star Trek is that it completely got rid of all the mundane, boring angle of real space and just said ‘Well, let’s just go out and go where no one else dared to go.’
…The story is really the thing that makes it work. And in the beginning with Star Trek, that’s all there was, was story — and that’s what made it compelling. Gene Roddenberry took the ideas and made them — he put them on television, which really has no resources at all!
Star Wars creator GEORGE LUCAS, remarking on… the better sci-fi franchise, from the documentary film Trek Nation.
Lots of deals this week. For Blu-ray owners, this is a particularly good one. The six first Star Trek movies plus a bonus disc marked down 60% from the $60 list price, this week only.