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Despite rumours linking him to an appearance in Paramount Pictures’ Star Trek Beyond, last month saw William Shatner denying reports that he was set to return as James T. Kirk for the U.S.S. Enterprise’s latest adventure.
As yet, we haven’t seen Kirk in Paramount’s rebooted Trek universe, but Shatner has told The Hollywood Reporter that he’d “absolutely” reprise the role, assuming the producers can come up with an interesting storyline for his return.
“I would play an old Captain Kirk, absolutely,” said Shatner. “You would have [to have] an interesting character, not a cameo, like, ‘Here I am, aren’t I interesting?’ It’s the ongoing world; it’s the world within science-fiction. Yes, you age within the universe. Time goes on — but time bends, as well. There’s so many things you could do.”
See Also: Is Star Trek Beyond the worst teaser trailer ever? »
- Gary Collinson
"I'm 22 years old and I have no idea what I'm going to do with the rest of my life! And I'm fine with that." CBS Films has debuted the theatrical trailer for the comedy Get a Job, starring Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick as a couple struggling with life after college. Right as one of them might finally have snagged a good job, the other one gets fired, and it makes for good humor and good lessons to be learned. The full cast includes some other big names like Bryan Cranston, Marcia Gay Harden, Alison Brie, Ravi Patel, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jorge Garcia, John C. McGinley and John Cho. Not the best looking comedy out there, but it does have good laughs. I'm always glad to see Anna Kendrick in a lead role, too. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Dylan Kidd's Get a Job, direct from Lionsgate's YouTube: Life »
- Alex Billington
Back in September, Fox announced that their hit sitcom New Girl will be getting a new roommate, with Megan Fox signing on for a multi-episode guest starring arc in the show. We got our first brief glimpse at the actress in a trailer that surfaced in December, but Entertainment Weekly has debuted a new trailer and photos from next week's episode, Reagan, airing Tuesday, February 9, with even more footage of the guest star. This trailer reveals that the actress' character, Reagan, has a history with Cece (Hannah Simone), who both "hooked up" at the MTV Beach House.
The casting move was made after Zooey Deschanel had a baby in real life, causing her to be absent from the show, leading to Megan Fox being cast. Her character Reagan will debut in next week's episode, and is described as a straight-shooting pharmaceutical sales rep, who comes to town on business and rents out Jess' room, »
Anna Kendrick and Miles Teller already sound like a dream team. Pair them with a movie called Get a Job, and it seems inevitable that it's going to be hilarious, right? Not exactly. The two are starring as recent college graduates whose hopes for postgrad success are dashed when they realize the job market is crazy-hard to break into. If you've ever had a rough time getting a paying gig, you'll know how they feel. Bryan Cranston, Alison Brie, and John Cho are all costarring in the movie, out on March 25. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Many years ago, up-and-coming actors Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick were cast in Dylan McKidd's "Get a Job," which chronicles the ups and downs of finding a job when you're a recent college graduate. Partnering two of the best young actors on the planet seemed like a solid choice at the time, as did rounding out the cast with the likes of Bryan Cranston, John Cho, Alison Brie and Marcia Gay Harden, among many others. The only problem: This was way back in 2012. Read More: Watch: 'The Skinny' Trailer Puts a Dark Comedic Spin on YouTube Stardom Flash forward four years, and it looks like "Get a Job" is finally seeing the light of day in theaters and on VOD this March, but it arrives with more of a "wait, what the heck?" thud than any kind of real anticipation. After all, if a movie with this much talent took »
- Zack Sharf
First hatched in 2012, the dramedy appeared to bring together all then necessary ingredients for a sure-fire hit, chiefly former Community star Alison Brie and a Bryan Cranston who was still considered the apex predator of Albuquerque at the time. But then, Get a Job was ordered to the shelf where it’s remained ever since, a fate that even led Kendrick to question whether the film would ever see a release.
Now, out of the blue, CBS Films and Lionsgate Premiere has whipped Dylan Kidd’s picture into shape, premiering the first trailer and poster ahead of a limited theaterical release next month. Also starring Superbad alum Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Marcia Gay Harden, John Cho, John C. McGinley, Nicholas Braun, »
- Michael Briers
If you believe everyone looks a bit younger than normal in the first trailer for Get a Job, you are not mistaken. Shot back in 2012, the latest film from Dylan Kidd (Rodger Dodger, P.S.) was going through undisclosed behind-the-scenes struggles that led some of its stars to believe it may never see a release. Well, it looks like Lionsgate Premiere has picked it up and it’ll now be arriving next month.
Starring Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick, Bryan Cranston, Alison Brie, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Marcia Gay Harden, John Cho, John C. McGinley, Nicholas Braun, Brandon T. Jackson, and more, it follows a group of recent graduates attempting to cope with the current (or 2012, rather) job market. The first trailer doesn’t sell a great film, but hopefully there will be something worthwhile here coming from the talented cast and director. Check it out below along with the poster.
Get a Job opens on March 25th. »
- Jordan Raup
With filming completed in 2012, and nothing heard about "Get A Job" since, it's not a surprise that in 2014, Anna Kendrick said she didn't think the movie would be released. "I don't think it is," the actress shared. "It's like a mystery. It's just never, ever, ever gonna see the light of day... It was two years ago, it was a very topical comedy thing. It was supposed to be we were fresh out of college... Dylan Kidd, he's a great director. It's crazy how that can happen." Indeed, it's unclear why the movie never even made it to a festival debut. Somewhat out of nowhere, though, it's finally hitting the big screen, and the first trailer has arrived. Read More: 15 Films That Failed To Hit The 2014 Fall Festival Circuit The cast alone makes it all the more baffling why "Get A Job" has remained on a shelf for four years. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Anna Kendrick, Miles Teller, Bryan Cranston, Alison Brie, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Marcia Gay Harden, John Cho, John C. McGinley, Nicholas Braun, Brandon T. Jackson and Jay Pharoah all star in a film in which college grads learn about post-school life the hard way as they try to find jobs in the middle of a recession.
- Garth Franklin
Andrew Ahn’s directorial debut uses the Korean spas of Los Angeles as a backdrop for a gay coming-of-age story, but – unlike the spa – it’s a chilly affair
The coming-of-age drama, from first-time feature film-maker Andrew Ahn (his short film Dol premiered at the 2012 Sundance film festival), is a rarity among films shot in the Us: it takes place in Los Angeles’ densely populated Koreatown neighbourhood, and features a cast made up solely of Korean American actors. While it’s invigorating to see that area’s community given a voice on screen, Ahn’s muted approach to his material, coupled with the passivity of the film’s lead character, David Cho (Joe Seo), leaves Spa Night feeling too cold to fully engage. »
- Nigel M Smith in Park City, Utah
...reprising their roles from the previous film...
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Star Trek Beyond"...
- Michael Stevens
Entertainment Tonight has released an ‘On the Set’ video featurette for Star Trek Beyond, which features behind-the-scenes footage and comments from the cast of the U.S.S. Enterprise’s latest adventure; check it out here…
Star Trek Beyond is set for release on July 22nd 2016 and features returning cast members Chris Pine as James Kirk, Zachary Quinto as Spock, Simon Pegg as Scotty, Zoë Saldana as Uhura, Karl Urban as Bones, John Cho as Sulu and Anton Yelchin as Chekov alongside new additions Idris Elba (Luther), Sofia Boutella (Kingsman: The Secret Service), Joe Taslim (The Raid) and Lydia Wilson (About Time).
- Gary Collinson
The cast of the upcoming Star Trek Beyond have been chatting to Entertainment Tonight on the set of the upcoming sequel. The actors discuss how the Simon Pegg and Doug Jung scripted movie pays homage to the beloved franchise, and much much more.
Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, Anton Yelchin and John Cho star in the upcoming film, which comes to the screen courtesy of The Fast and the Furious series director Justin Lin.
Idris Elba plays the villain of the piece.
Watch the new interviews below.
The post The Star Trek Beyond cast talk from the set appeared first on The Hollywood News. »
- Paul Heath
The original Star Trek series was based around a "five-year mission." The end of the most recent movie in the rebooted franchise, Star Trek into Darkness, sent the crew of the Starship Enterprise on the same extended trip. Now we know exactly far into that mission Star Trek Beyond will pick up, and exactly how the long trip is impacting the crew. John Cho, the actor who plays Enterprise helmsman Hikaru Sulu, told Entertainment Tonight that the movie will open with the characters in ruts, and on each others' nerves, because of the extended period together. This makes sense given that Karl Urban reveals that we'll be finding the Enterprise a couple years into their big five-year mission: On this one you.ll notice that there.s been aging. It.s two years into the mission, so there.s wear and tear on the ship. It.s an interesting place »
The original Star Trek series was based around a "five-year mission." The end of the most recent movie in the rebooted franchise, Star Trek into Darkness, sent the crew of the Starship Enterprise on the same extended trip. Now we know exactly far into that mission Star Trek Beyond will pick up, and exactly how the long trip is impacting the crew. John Cho, the actor who plays Enterprise helmsman Hikaru Sulu, told Entertainment Tonight that the movie will open with the characters in ruts, and on each other's nerves, because of the extended period together. Co-star Karl Urban backed Cho's remarks, stating that the film's events will take place two years of "wear and tear" into the USS Enterprise's famed five year mission. It.s an interesting place to start Star Trek Beyond, as it.s dealing with an issue that the original series never touched on with their »
A new video teases little changes to the Enterprise and more for Sulu in Star Trek Beyond...
A new video from the set of Star Trek Beyond has just been released, and it's gone into a little more detail as to what to expect from the new movie.
The video showcases the latest evolution of the Enterprise a little. Furthermore, we learn more about John Cho's take on Sulu, and where he finds himself at the start of the new movie.
On top of that, Karl Urban has revealed that the copies of the screenplay were so secretive, that individual cast members' scripts had specific individual spelling mistakes in them, to allow them to be directly tracked back to that person.
Star Trek Beyond arrives in cinemas on July 22nd 2016. And here's that video...
Just a few weeks ago, fans got their first look at the upcoming sequel Star Trek Beyond with the release of the first trailer. While we don't know when the second trailer will arrive, Entertainment Tonight has released a new behind-the-scenes video, featuring the cast and crew. Franchise star Chris Pine revealed that this sequel will honor the franchise's past, including the recent passing of Leonard Nimoy. Here's what the actor had to say below.
"He was a special special man... I think his spirit has infused in this incarnation from the beginning... from the first film. and we miss him dearly and wish he could be a part of this but, you know, we know he's in a good place."
Star Trek Beyond is the sequel to 2013's Star Trek Into Darkness. Justin Lin takes over for J.J. Abrams as director. Simon Pegg, Doug Jung, Roberto Orci, John D. Payne and Patrick McCay all collaborated on the script. Pegg and Jung rewrote the script previously written by Orci, Payne and McCay. How much of the original script remains is unknown. The film will take much of the Enterprise crew off the ship, as it's destroyed by a new race of powerful aliens led by Idris Elba. The crew finds themselves split up on an unknown planet, seeking to reunite and make their way off the planet and join Star Fleet in the ongoing battle. Chris Pine plays Capt. James T. Kirk. Zachary Quinto plays Spock. John Cho plays Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu. Karl Urban plays 'Bones' Mcoy. Zoe Saldana plays Nyota Uhura and Anton Yelchin is Pavel Chekov. Pegg also returns as Scotty. »
Back in September, it was rumoured that William Shatner could reprise the role of Captain James T. Kirk for this year’s Star Trek Beyond, with Shatner subsequently confirming that he’d been approached. However, it seems he’s now changed his mind, telling SFX Magazine that:
“There was never a conversation. It would have been interesting to see what their fertile imaginations could have done with somebody who is 20 years older than when Captain Kirk died and how they would have explained the difference in appearance. But that never came up. I’m sure they must have thought of it one time or another but I never had a substantial conversation about replaying the role.”
- Gary Collinson
Gamesradar posted an excerpt from SFX Magazine featuring an exclusive interview with actor William Shatner. In the interview, the actor confirmed that he will not reprise his role as Captain James T. Kirk saying:
"There was never a conversation."
The only original "Star Trek" actor to reprise his role in the new films was the late Leonard Nimoy who appeared as Spock Prime in 2009's "Star Trek" and 2013's "Star Trek into Darkness", which were directed by J.J. Abrams.
"It would have been interesting to see what their fertile imaginations could have done with somebody who is 20 years older than when Captain Kirk died [in Star Trek Generations] and how they would have explained the difference in appearance. But that never came up. I’m sure they must have thought of it one time or another but I never had a substantial conversation about replaying the role.”
- J.B. Casas
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