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What the Marvel/Sony deal could, does and should mean...

Marvel Entertainment released a press statement today, confirming that, after a long series of negotiations with Sony Pictures Entertainment, who own Spider-Man’s live-action rights, the character was finally to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, alongside characters such as Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America and the Guardians of the Galaxy. 1,588 more words

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Trek Tuesday: Star Trek 13 Update

Lots of news came out over the last two months concerning the next Star Trek movie.  For starters, as it was already known, JJ Abrams (the director behind the previous two entries) isn’t returning as a director (due to his commitments to… 669 more words


Bryan Cranston Has Reportedly Talked With Paramount About Joining 'Star Trek 3'

Film Divider has a great round-up of new Star Trek 3 rumors which suggest new co-writer Simon Pegg may already be steering the third movie into awesome territory. 314 more words


Pilots: The CW Orders Tales From the Darkside, Outbreak Drama, Ghost Story

Darkness, disease and the disembodied may be headed to The CW for the 2015-16 TV season.

The network finally kicked off its development season on Monday evening. 314 more words

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Simon Pegg to co-write script for Star Trek 3

There are several schools of thought on who exactly is the ultimate lord supreme of the nerds, but my money is and always has been on Simon Pegg (sorry Chris Hardwick). 207 more words


Simon Pegg To Co-Write Star Trek 3

When Roberto Orci exited the Star Trek 3 director’s chair his script was thrown out after him. His replacement Justin Lin (Fast & Furious) will now be working from a screenplay by Simon Pegg and Doug Jung. 66 more words

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Simon Pegg is working on the Star Trek 3 script

About a month ago departing director Roberto Orci told us that the script he wrote for Star Trek 3 would in fact not be used in the project, which means of course that new writers would need to be found and brought onboard. 92 more words