Benedict Cumberbatch News
3:06 PM 5/17/2013 by Jeff Giles
It's become something of a scapegoat for Hollywood's current love affair with loud, effects-reliant, mostly soulless tentpole pictures, but CGI spectacle isn't necessarily a bad thing. It's only when filmmakers use it to try and distract from under-developed ideas that it ends up feeling hollow; like any tool, it's only as effective as its user allows it to be.
1:08 PM 5/17/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
I may spoil by suggestion, inference, allusion and omission. That still spoiling? Like Harve Bennett before him, J.J. Abrams rebooted Star Trek for Paramount. Both took a loved but semi-popular franchise and had to reimagine it to serve the fair-weather fan and the audience who treated the mythology like a religion.
feedproxy.google.com – I meet Benedict Cumberbatch the afternoon after an awkward appearance on Letterman, where he was promoting his part as John Harrison, an intergalactic terrorist, in J. J. Abrams’s Star Trek Into Darkness. It’s a summery spring day in New York, and we’re on the patio of his room at the .. 1 week 1 day ago via jackiechan
screenrant.com – Paramount is going to release director J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness into U.S. theaters later this month. It will arrive four years after Abrams proved able to breath fresh life into the geek-favorite sci-fi franchise – which is nearing the 50 years of existence (and relevance) benchmark – with his critically-acclaimed and lucrative cinematic reboot. 3 weeks 1 day ago via jetli
comingsoon.net – A Japanese trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness is now online, courtesy of TrekMovie . Check it out in the player below along with a new still that gives an up-close look at the film's Dreadnought-class Federation warship (as seen in the recent CinemaCon footage ). 4 weeks 3 days ago via brucelee
11:57 AM 4/22/2013 by Jeff Giles
Ever since J.J. Abrams debuted that blink-and-you'll-miss-it clip of Spock in a volcano, we've been wondering how Star Trek Into Darkness would place our favorite Vulcan into seemingly intractable peril. Well, Paramount has just released the first extended clip from the movie, and while it doesn't get into any of that, it does at least give us a longer look at Abrams' Trek sequel -- and of, you know, Spock in a volcano.
screenrant.com – The U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew return to theaters after a four-year absence in next month’s Star Trek Into Darkness, and today we get our first proper look at a scene in the film that does NOT include an appearance by Benedict Cumberbatch as the bravado antagonist “John Harrison.” One of the images (or, rather, the only semi-official set photo) released from the Into Darkness production suggested a scenario where Spock (Zachary Quinto) takes a trip into the belly of a fiery beast 4 weeks 4 days ago via brucelee