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'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.'
Abrams gives a very special treat to a dying Trekkie named Daniel, who is diagnosed with leukemia and other serious health issues, after the fan failed to catch the 9-minute prolog of the film.
Presented a la advertisement for a top university, the video highlights the comfy environment and the unique students of the titular university.
In 2013, Hollywood offers plenty of much-awaited follow-up installments of fans' most beloved film franchises, including 'Iron Man', 'Star Trek', 'Despicable Me', 'Hunger Games', 'Thor' and 'Hobbit'.
Confirming that Kirk and other crew members of the Enterprise 'certainly go 'Into Darkness',' Abrams assures fans that the characters are not 'staying there.'
J.J. Abrams also reveals that John Harrison is an 'average guy who works in an organization called Starfleet,' but betrays the company due to an 'amazing secret agenda.'
Boasting plenty of new action scenes, the trailer gives a longer look at the major villain but offers less clue about his real identity.
Speaking about the much-speculated-about 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villain, Cumberbatch gushes that the character is 'remarkably rational and wildly, insidiously brilliant.'
Teasing that Cumberbatch will play a 'good' bad guy in 'Into Darkness', Abrams says, 'The character that Benedict plays has an absolute sense of right and wrong, and he's on the right side.'
Stirring an online frenzy, an official caption from the new still of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' has unveiled the name of the much-talked-about villainous character.
Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot host a press screening of the IMAX footage, which reportedly will counter fans' reaction about the dark tone of the 'Star Trek' sequel.