It’s pretty well-known that if J.J. Abrams is going to be attached to anything, we won’t know much about it until we see the actual film. It’s something of a standard practice for the filmmaker to keep the audiences interested throughout the production of his projects, and although Star Trek Into Darkness is just under two month away, we are still nowhere closer to finding out the details of Benedict Cumberbatch’s villainous character in the sequel. But some new pictures from Empire should be more than enough to whet our geek appetite until the film’s release.
All eyes will be on J.J. Abrams‘ Star Trek Into Darkness this year, because after that film is done, he moves on to Star Wars Episode VII, leaving the third installment into unknown hands. While we may not know who the director of Star Trek III will be, we do know that Abrams will still have some input as he is still attached as a producer of the rebooted franchise.
So as we await to see if Star Trek Into Darkness can live up to its expectations, we are getting a number of new images from EW – who seem to confirm that the villain is Khan, but I’ll wait and see if this is all true and not some sort of clever way to get more hits. Check out these new images below.
After years of speculation as to what the plot would be of Star Trek Into Darkness, the J.J. Abrams-directed sequel to his blockbuster 2009 reboot, Paramount Pictures has released the film’s official synopsis today.
A few weeks ago Warner Bros. and DC Comics Premiere Movies formerly announced the voice cast for their upcoming two-part direct-to-video animated adaptation of the classic 1986 DC miniseries Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, one of the most popular and influential Batman stories ever created and a cornerstone of the revisionist superhero comic movement that took shape in the late 1980s.
Warner and DC have included a special 13-minute preview of The Dark Knight Returns in the supplementary features on their latest DTV animated offering Superman Vs. The Elite. You can check out the preview here below.