William Shatner confirms that he’s talked with producer J.J. Abrams about appearing as James Kirk in the Paramount Pictures sequel.
Director Roberto Orci and actor William Shatner address the latest rumor about the upcoming Star Trek sequel.
Because of scheduling conflicts, Roberto Orci has dropped out of the Power Rangers reboot so he can take the helm of the next Star Trek film.
Responding to criticism of the sequel, the actor says he “genuinely loved” the script, but then Sony stepped in to make edits.
The mighty morphin’ reboot will hit theaters on July 22, 2016.
Stars Robert Patrick, Katharine McPhee and Elyes Gabel joined the producers and the CBS drama’s real-life inspiration for the pilot screening and Q&A.
The studio is looking to transform the bestselling novel series into a big-screen franchise, with Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman on board to produce.
The executive producer of the upcoming Power Rangers film swears he’ll honor the mythology of the original series.
Writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz will work with Roberto Orci, who will serve as executive producer of the Lionsgate reboot.
The franchise veteran remains focused on the sequel’s script, and says “everything else is just a rumor.”
After trekking Into Darkness, Roberto Orci says the next Star Trek movie will explore uncharted territory.