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The J. J. Abrams-directed film unleashes new poster of Zachary Quinto as Commander Spock, in addition to the preview video.
Teasing a big showdown in the 'Star Trek' sequel, one of the photos shows Spock holding a gun while Kirk and Uhura sit on the ground.
Cumberbatch's villainous character says the Commanders of Starfleet have committed a crime he can't forgive and that's why he terrorizes the world.
Kirk is getting lectured by Pike for not following the rules, but the Rear Admiral still has high hopes for the commanding officer of the Starship Enterprise.
Additionally, the sequel to 'Star Trek' unveils a featurette which sees J.J. Abrams gushing about the massive scale of the sequel compared to the first movie.
Entertainment Weekly stirs online frenzy by putting a headline that seemingly confirms Benedict Cumberbatch's role as classic villain Khan.
The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' helmer announces the good news when attending D.I.C.E. Summit with Valve head Gabe Newell.
Paramount Pictures and IMAX Entertainment have sealed a deal to premiere the highly-anticipated 'Star Trek' sequel two days earlier than the original May 17 schedule.
The three movies unveil promo videos that offer glimpses at new scenes, while 'Iron Man 3' debuts a new spot that focuses on the superhero's attempt to save some people from a plane crash.
The first issue of the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' comic book series includes Robert April, the first Captain of the Enterprise.
'It's up to the audience to decide if there needs to be one,' Abrams says of the potential third 'Star Trek' film.
The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' helmer says, 'I just want to make sure that when somebody sees something in a movie they didn't watch a 60-minute behind-the-scene that came out two months before.'