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Now, this is what we're talkin' about. Following up on that ominous little one-minute teaser from two weeks ago, Paramount Pictures has finally unleashed a full-length theatrical trailer for its long awaited "Star Trek" reboot sequel "Star Trek Into Darkness."
While the first promo warned of the "illusion" of safety and peace on earth - with Benedict Cumberbatch introduced as the breathy foe - the villainy gets a little more personal in the two-minute trailer.
It's been a long, long wait for fans of 2009's "Star Trek" reboot, but today we finally have our first look at next year's sequel, "Star Trek Into Darkness." So does this new teaser trailer from J.J. Abrams live up to expectations?
Well, if you were expecting Benedict Cumberbatch to totally steal the show, then the answer is "yes." Get More »
This week: The latest collaboration between Tim Burton and Johnny Depp is a remake of the '60s soap opera "Dark Shadows" with Depp playing the centuries-old vampire Barnabas Collins, who is having an amusingly difficult time adjusting to the weird and wonderful '70s.
Also new this week is the family drama "People Like Us" with Chris Pine, the Blu-ray debut of Disney's animated "Cinderella," a Blu-ray collection of the first seven "A Nightmare on Elm Street" movies and "Universal Monsters: The Essential Collection" in high definition for the first time.
Similar to their own beach read-based "Jack Reacher," Paramount has taken author Tom Clancy's most famous hero, CIA analyst Jack Ryan, and given him a new lease on cinematic life with next year's creatively-titled blockbuster "Jack Ryan."
Kind of a "Jack Ryan Begins," if you will, the new movie stars Chris Pine as Ryan, a character who first hit the screen more than 20 years ago in "The Hunt for Red October." With the Cold War long behind us, is the character still relevant all these years after his inception? Get More »
Remember when we decided to do a few face swaps for "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" photos? Of course you do. They were so hilariously creepy that you will probably never be able to get those images out of your head.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back on the Internet, we've dug up some photos to keep you horrified. Someone decided to give a few rom-com posters a facelift — or two — and swap the faces of the lovable leads.
So if you've ever wondered if Richard Gere could pull off Julia Roberts' iconic hair and thigh-high boots in "Pretty Woman" or if Sarah Jessica Parker is laid-back enough to fill Matthew McConaughey's shoes in "Failure to Launch," the answer is in this imgur photo album, and it's not pretty. Get More »
After a decade of delays, false starts and missed opportunities, Paramount's long awaited revival of Tom Clancy's "Jack Ryan" series is finally getting off the ground, as Deadline is reporting that not only have they finally set a release date for the film, they're also going to go ahead and turn it into a full-fledged trilogy.
All in a day's work for America's top intelligence agent.
Dormant since Ben Affleck's ill-fated 2002 effort "The Sum of All Fears," Clancy's "Jack Ryan" series has seen a lot of changes over the years, with the titular hero being played by Alec Baldwin and Harrison Ford as well. Now, though, it's Chris Pine taking over in a pre-boot that will explain just how the young Ryan became a CIA analyst to begin with. And that offers up plenty of juicy possibilities for director Kenneth Branagh. Get More »
Let the games begin! No, we're not talking about the Olympics — we're talking about the race to become Jack Ryan's love interest in the franchise relaunch that will star heartthrob Chris Pine as the famous CIA analyst (previously played by the likes of Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford and Ben Affleck).
Buzz around Tinseltown is that beauties Keira Knightley, "Like Crazy" star Felicity Jones and "Lost"'s Evangeline Lilly are all circling the script for this high-profile role — which involves options that would potentially put the actress in three separate movies. Get More »
Chris Pine may have begun his career supporting such famous leading ladies as Anne Hathaway and Lindsay Lohan, but it didn't take long for us to notice those piercing blue eyes and bold brows. We wanted more of Pine, and we certainly got it with his roles in the super macho action flicks "Star Trek," "Unstoppable" and "This Means War."
Chris shows that side in the upcoming dramedy "People Like Us" where he plays Sam, a down on his luck salesman who discovers he has a 30-year-old sister after his father passes away. In the movie, Pine's character reconsiders his family, his life and the choices he's made, but we're certain after flipping through this Hot People Looking Hot Gallery, you'll never reevaluate Chris' hotness again.
When billion-dollar screenwriter Alex Kurtzman ("Transformers") decided to craft his feature directorial debut "People Like Us" he chose a vehicle that tugs at the heartstrings, as opposed to one that turns into a giant robot.
The story centers on Sam (Chris Pine), whose estranged record-producer father dies and wills him to deliver $150,000 to a sister he never knew. When he meets Frankie (Elizabeth Banks) and her 12-year-old son, the three of them form an unlikely family. Olivia Wilde costars.
1. Bob Dylan + Keith Moon ÷ Crabs = Bonding.
2. We believe she's referring to her bosom, but we could be wrong.
3. Sam isn't too shy about expressing his resentment towards Kajagoogoo.
4. After this tearful moment, he tactfully asks Michelle Pfeiffer to sign his "Grease 2" soundtrack.
5. Jon Favreau is so money and he definitely knows it.
6. Gee, we wonder where he got that anger from?
"People Like Us?" Do we really look this good?
Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks, Michelle Pfeiffer and other people not like us walked the red carpet at the premiere for the new film that follows a man (Pine) who is charged with delivering $150,000 of his father's fortune to the sister he's never met (Banks). We're not sure what happens from there, but people tend to "find themselves" on the road, so expect this family drama to be rather ... dramatic.
Check out our collection of pics from the premiere and hit the road yourself when "People Like Us" opens on June 29.