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3rd 'Star Trek' to embrace its TV origins

Actor Simon Pegg, who plays head engineer Montgomery “Scotty” Scott aboard the USS Enterprise, says the sequel to 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness… 177 more words

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'Star Trek 3' Reflects 'Spirit of the TV Show,' Simon Pegg Says

Rejoice, Trekkies! The latest sequel to the rebooted “Star Trek” franchise will capture the spirit of the original TV show.

Co-writer and star Simon Pegg told… 201 more words

News

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation

The film stars Tom Cruise reprising the iconic role of Ethan Hunt, who was first introduced to moviegoers in 1996. Returning to the franchise are Simon Pegg as Benji, Jeremy Renner as Brandt and Ving Rhames as Luther. 147 more words

KILL ME THREE TIMES (2015)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

MPAA Rating: R for Bloody Violence, Language and some Sexuality/Nudity

Directed by: Kriv Stenders

Written by: James McFarland… 735 more words

Comedy

SIMON PEGG Talks STAR TREK 3 And Bringing The Frontier Back To The Films

The Star Trek films have received some good and bad criticism since the films rebooted in 2009. the last installment, Star Trek Into Darkness was a box office success but Trekies around the world deemed it the worst Star Trek film of all time due to the fact that the films have no connection to the original roots that the show was build on. 84 more words

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Star Trek 3 to Boldly Go Where They've Been Before


There are a lot of comparisons to Star Wars with the first two films. People said JJ Abrams really just made Star Wars films out of the Star Trek universe (Disney must have agreed he knew how to make a SW film…). 138 more words

Star Wars

Is Idris Elba Looking to Foil Those who Boldly go Where no man has Gone Before?

by: S. Scott Stanikmas

With the recent Star Trek films, it’s been half “what are they going to mess with,” and half “who’s playing the villain / which bad guys are they using?” So far they’ve knocked it out of the park twice. 327 more words

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