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The actress who plays the female assassin in 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' is expected to play a significant role in the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' sequel.
The 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' actor has entered early negotiations to portray the main baddie in the 'Star Trek: Into Darkness' sequel.
According to a new report, the script for the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' follow-up mentions a 'Bryan Cranston-like' villain.
The actor who plays Scotty in the previous two 'Star Trek' movies reportedly is working on the script with Doug Jung for the Justin Lin-directed project.
After numerous news outlets report that Orci will write and produce the next installment in 'Star Trek' movie franchise, Orci comments he's producing, '[nothing] more and less.'
Announcement regarding the release date is made by Paramount just one day after 'Fast and Furious 6' director Justin Lin confirmed his directing gig in the sci-fi film.
The 'Fast and Furious 6' helmer is set to replace Roberto Orci who decided to leave his position behind the lens a few weeks ago.
Shortly after news that Roberto Orci was no longer expected to serve behind the lens surfaced, some fans start launching a campaign on Twitter with hashtag #BringInRiker.
Orci, who was confirmed to take the director position last summer, is no longer attached to the next installment of the 'Star Trek' movie.
Seoul Mayor's attempt to put his city on the world map includes an invitation for Hollywood films to get a 25 percent rebate.
After initially denying the rumors, the actor who played Captain Kirk in the original movies says he told J.J. Abrams he'd be 'delighted' to reprise his role in the upcoming film.
The original depicter of Captain Kirk could make his first return to the franchise since 1991's 'Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country'.