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When stopping by 'CONAN', Abrams drops a three-frame long clip that gives a super brief look at Spock 'in a volcano, in a crazy suit.'
A day before 'Star Trek' celebrates its 46th anniversary, words run rampant that the upcoming sequel directed by Abrams is now titled 'Star Trek Into Darkness'.
Dishing on the challenge the USS Enterprise crew must face in the sequel, the Kirk depicter says, 'The force [the Enterprise crew] are met with is much more frightening.'
Damon Lindelof opens up he's still working hard to find a perfect name for the sequel, while the Bones depicter shares a faux 'Star Trek Comic-Con Sneak Peek' on his YouTube account.
'I can promise you that before the end of Comic-Con, some exclusive Star Trek footage, it's going to come out,' the 'Dredd' actor reveals.
When attending a press junket for 'Dredd' in London, Urban allegedly spills which antagonist Benedict Cumberbatch is playing in 'Star Trek 2'.
During Abrams' appearance at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards, a monitor behind him allegedly shows a figure that looks like an armored Klingon warrior.
Insisting that Benedict Cumberbatch will not play the Eugenics War leader, the Scotty depicter states, 'It's not Khan. That's a myth. Everyone's saying it is, but it's not.'
Nimoy, who played Spock in the original 'Star Trek' series, admits he did visit the set of J.J. Abarams' film but claims reports of his involvement in the sequel are not more than just 'speculation.'
The 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy' actor reportedly will play the Eugenics War leader after all despite the fact that J.J. Abrams has previously denied the rumor.
Donning a so-called 'Volcano Suit', Quinto's Spock is reportedly shooting a stunt scene where he has to be lifted to a height of 10 stories high.
Teasing a few details of 'Star Trek 2', Kurtzman says that in the upcoming sequel, James T. Kirk and co. will have to face an obstacle that will test their solidity as a team.