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  • William Shatner Confirms He’s Been Contacted for ‘Star Trek 3′

    While at Wizard World Nashville Comic-Con, William Shatner revealed that he has in fact been contacted regarding a cameo in ‘Star Trek 3.’

    (44) by Chris Agar
  • ‘Star Trek 3′: Shatner & Orci Address Kirk Cameo Rumors

    ‘Star Trek 3′ director Roberto Orci and William Shatner respond to rumors that an older version of Kirk could be in the threequel.

    (44) by H. Shaw-Williams
  • Rumor: ‘Star Trek 3′ Script Features ‘Integral’ Appearance by Old Kirk

    ‘Star Trek 3′ reportedly contains a scene that would reunite William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy on screen as Kirk and Spock – if Shatner will agree to it.

    (75) by H. Shaw-Williams
  • ‘Star Trek 3′ On Course to Begin Filming By Spring 2015

    Zachary Quinto says the next ‘Star Trek’ movie looks to begin filming in six months, keeping it on schedule for a 2016 release.

    (26) by Sandy Schaefer
  • ‘Star Trek 3′ First Script Draft Has Been Completed

    ‘Star Trek 3′ director Roberto Orci has confirmed that the first draft of the movie’s script is complete – will some story details arrive soon?

    (43) by Anthony Vieira
  • ‘Star Trek 3′: Simon Pegg Confirms Roberto Orci is Directing

    Simon Pegg voices his excitement for Roberto Orci directing the next ‘Star Trek’ movie, saying he’s ‘the most Trekkie’ of the recent films’ writers.

    (43) by Sandy Schaefer
  • Director Bob Orci Says ‘Star Trek 3′ Story Is Part of the 5-Year Mission

    ‘Star Trek 3′ director Roberto Orci talks about the future of the starship Enterprise, teasing new antagonists on the crew’s 5-year mission.

    (55) by Anthony Vieira
  • ‘Star Trek 3′, ‘Transformers 5′ & More Planned for 2016 Release

    ‘Star Trek 3′, ‘Hansel and Gretel 2′, ‘Transformers 5′ and ‘G.I. Joe 3′ are just a few of the sequels that Paramount has lined up for 2016.

    (41) by H. Shaw-Williams
  • ‘Star Trek 3′: Roberto Orci is Set as Director

    Roberto Orci is reportedly set to direct the next ‘Star Trek’ installment, after having co-written the last two films in the series – good news?

    (75) by Sandy Schaefer
  • The 10 Greatest Chairs in TV & Film History

    Heroes and villains are all well and good, but what if their furniture is even more iconic? Check out our favorite movie and TV chairs to see what we’re on about.

    (33) by Andrew Dyce
  • Will Roberto Orci Direct ‘Star Trek 3’?

    A new report suggests that writer Roberto Orci could be a frontrunner for the ‘Star Trek 3′ movie director’s chair.

    (35) by Ben Kendrick
  • Our 10 Favorite Killer A.I.’s in Movies

    With the darker side of artificial intelligence playing a role in several upcoming films, we look back at the best AI villains in film.

    (55) by Andrew Dyce
  • 10 Movie & TV Weapons We Want Science To Create

    As science marches on, we dare to dream: could our favorite movie and TV weapons be made real before long?

    (40) by Andrew Dyce
  • 12 Awesome Movie Technologies We Want Science to Actually Create

    Movies dream-up a lot of cool science fiction devices and ideas. Here are 12 that we actually want scientists to create.

    (47) by Paul Young
  • ‘Jack Ryan’ Interview: Lorenzo di Bonaventura Talks Chris Pine Casting & ‘Star Trek’ Comparisons

    Screen Rant chats with producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura on the set of ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ about its stars and other potential Tom Clancy reboots.

    by Niall Browne
  • ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ Interview: Chris Pine on Playing A Hero

    Screen Rant visits the set of ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ and chats with star Chris Pine about the reboot and potential sequels.

    (1) by Niall Browne
  • ‘Attack the Block’ Director Joe Cornish Won’t Helm ‘Star Trek 3′

    Joe Cornish (Attack the Block) is no longer in contention to direct ‘Star Trek 3′; who will captain the U.S.S. Enterprise’s next mission?

    (28) by Sandy Schaefer
  • ‘Star Trek 3′ Gets Three Writers; Aiming for 2016 Release Date

    Roberto Orci is still co-writing ‘Star Trek 3′, but his partner Alex Kurtzman has been replaced by two newcomer writers – good news?

    (114) by Sandy Schaefer
  • ‘Star Trek Into Darkness': Why J.J. Abrams Regrets Khan Secrecy

    In a recent interview, J.J. Abrams made some comments about why he wishes he hadn’t been so secretive about the identity of the villain of ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’.

    (63) by Andy Crump
  • J.J. Abrams Talks ‘Almost Human'; Says CBS Not Interested in ‘Star Trek’ TV Show 

    J.J. Abrams talks about the future of ‘Almost Human,’ and a ‘Star Trek’ TV show.

    (34) by Anthony Vieira