Hi impact terror appears to be in store this May with Star Trek Into Darkness and Paramount bowed its teaser trailer with a menacing voice warning of vengeance in these "final moments of peace," and it will be Captain Kirk to the rescue, of course.
The first full trailer will debut next week.
The first official teaser trailer for Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013). After the crew of the Enterprise find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction. Starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Alice Eve, Benedict Cumberbatch, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, John Cho and Anton Yelchin.
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Crazy Heart writer-director Scott Cooper isn't holding back with the follow-up to his double-Oscar-winning filmmaking debut, dialing in Christian Bale, Casey Affleck, Sam Shepard and Zoe Saldana (not to mention producers including Leonardo DiCaprio, Ridley Scott and Relativity Media mogul Ryan Kavanaugh) for the family crime-and-redemption drama Out of the Furnace. Read on for full details just over the transom from Relativity; adjust your Oscar 2013 pools accordingly.
A quick update on the flurry of Sundance deal-making of recent days, with well-received documentaries and less acclaimed but star-driven (read: marketable) narratives sitting pretty with distribution agreements. Will this be, as pundits predicted, a high-volume buying year in Park City?
News flash, people: Britney Spears is 30 years old today. Oh, how the years (and ruined relationships and children and countless bags of Cheetos) have flown by! In honor of the pop princess's milestone birthday, let's flash back to the year 2002, a time when Brit-Brit was not a girl, and not yet a woman. When she debuted her first starring turn, the start of a promising career as a serious dramatic actress! When Zoe Saldana was just that girl from Center Stage! Let us return to Crossroads.
Much of director Olivier Megaton's female assassin pic Colombiana coasts on a certain popcorn movie badass factor -- lithe star Zoe Saldana as stone-cold killer hell-bent on vengeance for the murder of her family, slinking through missions in skintight catsuits (or less) and gracefully blasting away bad guys with beautifully cold precision in the grand tradition of producer Luc Besson's most famous female killers. But Saldana feels a more weighty responsibility when it comes to her action heroine debut and how its success might affect opportunities for women in film to follow.