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"Star Trek Into Darkness" hits theaters around the nation today and that got us thinking: What's going to happen in "Star Trek 3"?
Hey, we're not called CurrentMovie.com.
And, surprisingly enough, there's actually quite a bit of information floating around out there about the presumed third installment in the hit sci-fi franchise relaunch. With that in mind, we've compiled all the rumors, revealing interviews and MAJOR SPOILERS into one handy guide. Get More »
It's somewhat only appropriate that there are a lot — a lot — of zombie movies, as there are usually a lot of zombies (they tend to travel in hordes, ya know). For better and worse, the overcrowded (or is it overrun?) genre probably has at least ten times as many absurd installments as it does classics like "Night of the Living Dead" and "Dawn of the Dead."
And why not, really? Zombie movies are fun and cheap to make and they make themselves right at home in any scenario, whether it be in the 'hood or on a plane or in Nazi Germany or the halls of a high school.
Peruse our collection of some of the greatest examples of cinematic zombie foolishness. And keep in mind that this is probably only the beginning.
While most sci-fi fans are over the moon about "Star Trek Into Darkness" and the whole J.J. Abrams reboot, you may be surprised to learn that there are still quite a few "Star Trek" traditionalists who decry the new films as a monstrous blasphemy. A self-professed "Star Wars" fan turning "Star Trek" into a shoot first and ask questions later action franchise? No way.
And that got us wondering: Which is actually better, the new "Star Trek" or the old "Star Trek"? Get More »
[From MTV News] If you thought the summer movie season already got off to a fast start, you haven't seen anything yet.
In advance of the upcoming release of the sequel "Fast & Furious 6," MTV will premiere an exclusive clip from the film, followed by a 30-minute conversation between Josh Horowitz and stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez. Not only will Horowitz dish up countless secrets from the film, but he'll be relaying fans' Twitter questions.
It all goes down tonight on MTV at 7:56 p.m. ET during MTV First: "Fast & Furious 6." Immediately following the premiere of the clip, fans can go to MTV.com to watch Horowitz chat with the cast. Submit your question on Twitter to @MTVNews by using the hashtag #MTVFirst #AskFast6.
Are you ready to get fast and furious again? Tune in tonight to kick your movie-going motor into high gear!
"Shall we begin?" We sure would like to, Mr. Super-Sexy "Star Trek" Bad Guy.
"Sherlock" star Benedict Cumberbatch is ready for the big leagues with his villainous turn in "Star Trek Into Darkness," director J.J. Abrams' follow-up to his beam-me-up-and-then-some 2009 reboot. And this is only the beginning, as the handsome British thespian has featured roles in such high-profile upcoming films as "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" (as Smaug himself), "August: Osage County" and Guillermo del Toro's "Crimson Peak."
Check out our collection of pics featuring Benedict Cumberbatch looking hot n' dapper in movies, on television, in magazines and on the red carpet.
Kids these days.
D.J., cue up that cringe-worthy Vitamin C song because it's graduation time again! Right now hundreds of thousands of 22-year-olds are currently being degreed up and sent off into the real world ... job market issues and excessive student loan interest rates notwithstanding, of course.
Thing is, class, this isn't your grandpa's Bachelor of Arts program anymore. Nowadays even the most esteemed colleges are catering their coursework offerings — in title, if nothing else — to pique the interest of their student pools. Get More »
"Star Trek Into Darkness" blasts into theaters (and, uh, darkness) this week and for most fans, it's a pretty damn exciting moment — all their favorite sci-fi heroes, finally back on the big screen, ready to save the future. Yee-hah.
But for some people, this whole "Star Trek" thing is still a bit of a mystery. So if you're one of those uninitiated that is curious about "Star Trek Into Darkness" but is intimidated by all the decades worth of baggage that comes along with the franchise, don't worry, because we're here to demystify "Star Trek" so you can go to the theater without a care in the world and see for yourself what the fuss is about. Get More »
Alice Eve used to just be out of your league, but now she's out of your galaxy, man.
Yes, the striking blonde whose sudden bra-and-underwear appearance in the "Star Trek Into Darkness" trailer may have given you whiplash from running the YouTube scrollbar back so quickly (to find the hidden link to the posters, of course) has noted babe qualities, having starred in 2010's "She's Out of My League" with Jay Baruchel and played movie star Vince's future wife on HBO's "Entourage." However, that glimpse of skin you catch in the trailer is about all you get — Eve's character, Dr. Carol Marcus, is a science officer on board the Enterprise, and, refreshingly, does not serve as anyone's love interest.
We caught up with Eve before this week's release of the film to talk Trekkies, geekery and bromances. Get More »
"You think your world is safe? It is an illusion ... a comforting lie told to protect you. Enjoy these final moments of peace, for I have returned ... to have ... my ... vengeance."
So sayeth John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch), the mystery villain of "Star Trek Into Darkness." And now, after months and months of agonizing, maddening theorizing and speculating, we're finally about to see just what sort of nefarious plan he has in store as J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" sequel is about to be unleashed to the public.
Take one last sneak peek at "Star Trek Into Darkness" above and get ready for one of the summer's most anticipated blockbusters to hit theaters on May 17 (or even May 16, if you're planning a little night-before excursion to your local theater). And live long and prosper, y'all!
This week: Tom Hanks and Halle Berry play several different characters over many lifetimes in the beyond-ambitious time-traversing think piece "Cloud Atlas," written and directed by the Wachowski siblings and Tom Tykwer.
Also new this week is horror icon Leatherface's return in the sequel "Texas Chainsaw 3D," Charlie Sheen in Roman Coppola's comedy "A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III" and a new mastered-in-4K Blu-ray of "Ghostbusters" that is optimized for Ultra HD TVs. Get More »