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  1. Does Anyone Recognize These Men Who Claim to Have Kidnapped J.J. Abrams?

    Dammit Jim!

    Late last month these three unknown (totally known) men sent (tweeted) this picture to George Lucas (the internet), alleging that that they did not know where J.J. Abrams was, despite it appearing that the director of both the last two Star Trek films and the upcoming Star Wars VII was slumped behind them. The director has (not) been missing for at least a week. Anyone who can identify these three will (not) be eligible for a hefty reward from police. Previously in Star Trek

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  2. Disney’s Into the Woods Movie Goes Into the Production, Releases Official Cast

    More than a year and a half after their very first announcement, Disney rolled into production on Into the Woods last week, and with the start of filming comes, naturally, the final cast. Is a viral video star, as rumored, really in the role of Little Red Riding Hood? Is Anna Kendrick in it? Are Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Pine, and Johnny Depp all in one movie? Thank goodness we have answers to all these questions below. Get ready for a wall of names.

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  3. Star Trek Into Darkness Goes, and Goes, Just Not Very Boldly

    Review

    Into Darkness, that colon-less second installment of New Trek kicking off the summer season is a lot of things, including plentifully humorous, bombastic, well-designed, and confused about its purpose. Like the villain that menaced us from all those teaser posters, Into Darkness makes us wonder what, ultimately, it’s up to. Identity is a key factor to wonder about as, two movies in, even casual Trekkie patience is worn thin by a stream of visual and idealistic incursions that belong to other films. Make no mistake; Into Darkness is a good popcorn-crunching experience, swift on its feet and full of action and jokes. It’s just not, like its predecessor, much of a Star Trek film. Ensign, take us to SPOILERS.

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  4. Hangout With J.J. Abrams, Astronauts, and Cast of Star Trek Into Darkness Today at Noon

    Today at 12:00 PM EDT J.J. Abrams and the cast of Star Trek Into Darkness will have a Google Hangout with astronauts, including Chris Cassidy, one of the astronauts aboard the International Space Station who recently went on a space walk to fix an ammonia leak on the station. You can watch the whole thing right here, and we even have the details on how you can try to get a question in.

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  5. Captain Kirk and Donnie Darko To Play Singing Princes In Into the Woods?

    it's time to play the music

    By Captain Kirk I mean Chris Pine, not William Shatner. Though it's never too late to cast the Shat, director Rob Marshall

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  6. Emma Watson, Zachary Quinto, & The Pitch Perfect Cast Experience Ellen’s Kid Reporters

    Awwwwww

    The other day we posted a still from this interview session of Star Trek's Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine with The Ellen Show's kid reporters/singing sensations, Sophia Grace and Rosie. The video has surfaced and features the adorable duo speaking with a few other stars backstage at the MTV Movie Awards. I'm not sure what part is my favorite, their photo-op with Emma Watson or watching the cast of Pitch Perfect try to upstage them at their speciality. (via Jezebel) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. What Does Star Trek Into Darkness Have In Common With Princesses?

    Pretty Pretty Princess

    So much wonderful in this photo, it doesn't even need to be explained. In other news, Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine are counting the minutes until they can talk about Star Trek Into Darkness for real. "The good news is we're about two weeks away from being able to actually talk about it," Quinto told MTV, with Pine adding, "It'll be nice not to have to lie anymore." Now, release the video from this interview ASAP, Ellen. (via MTV Geek) Previously in Star Trek

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  8. J.J. Abrams Says Dr. Carol Marcus Won’t Be Relegated To Love Interest In Star Trek. Gives Another Huge Detail Away.

    To Boldly Go

    J.J. Abrams hasn't been giving many details about Star Trek Into Darkness but he has said some interesting things about Dr. Carol Marcus. Oh, and he just happened to confirm whether or not we'll be seing the Klingons this time around. 

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  9. Star Trek’s Chris Pine Threatens To Kidnap J.J. Abrams Over This Whole Star Wars Thing

    TK-421 Why Aren't You At Your Post?

    We know the long-running feud over Star Trek vs. Star Wars can range from telling jokes to throwing punches but the interesting thing about J.J. Abrams being chosen to direct the next Star Wars film was the entire world realized it was blasphemy, not just fandom. So what does the rebooted Trek's Captain Kirk think of the news? Actor Chris Pine is excited for his friend, but also really serious about making sure he's back on board the Enterprise in a few years. But what if Pine were to get a role in Abrams' Star Wars? Would a black hole open up and suck all of us into it? Find out what Pine thinks.

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  10. Rob Liefeld Wants the Role of Rob Liefeld to be Played by Captain Kirk in Image Comics Biopic

    Whether you love him, hate him, or respect the man simply on the grounds that he puts up with all the vitriol each day with a smile, comic book artist and perennial punching bag Rob Liefeld was instrumental in the formation of Image Comics: A publisher that for over 20 years has provided an outlet for aspiring writers and artists to have their work published in an industry dominated by Marvel and DC Comics. Despite clashes within the company that led to his resignation in 1996, Liefeld believes that the legacy of Image Comics is one that needs to be told as a feature-length biopic, acknowledging the comic creators that risked everything to make their collective ambition a reality. Liefeld completed the screenplay for the film, called Icons, in just three days, and he's cobbled together a wishlist of potential actors to portray some of the comic industry's greatest. For the role of Liefeld, the man himself has chosen Chris Pine -- as in the current Captain Kirk -- for the honor.

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