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Star Trek Into Darkness

  1. Star Trek Into Darkness Bloopers Have Surprisingly Less Darkness In Them

    Star Trek Into... Levity?

    IGN just put out this exclusive set of bloopers from the Star Trek: The Compendium Blu-ray set of both J.J. Abrams-directed films. Say what you want about the movie (we have), its unfortunate Khan reveal (we did), and its odd objectification of its female characters (yup, that too), but damn it if these are those most adorkable actors all hanging out with each other and we just want to love them so.

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  2. Here’s What Happened at the “Women of Trek Fandom” Panel at Star Trek: Las Vegas!

    "Ma'am" will do in a pinch, but they prefer "captain."

    Walking the floor at Star Trek: Las Vegas, the world's largest Star Trek convention, you can see the tradition of active female Trek fans is alive and well. This year's "Women in Trek Fandom" panel, hosted by Mary Czerwinski of DVD Geeks and Glue Guns and Phasers, was a chance to reflect on how far we've come and what still needs to happen to achieve equality in fandom, as well as in terms of on-screen representations and behind-the-camera roles.

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  3. Roberto Orci, A Man Who’s Never Directed A Film Before, Is Most Likely Directing Star Trek 3

    KHAAAAAN

    Oh, what do I care? I'm not going to see it anyway. 

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  4. The Star Trek Franchise Adds 2 New Writers To Next Film

    Dammit Jim!

    Though J.J. Abrams won't be back to direct the next installment of the Star Trek reboot, that ship is still moving forward at about warp 2. Two writers have just been added to the team. 

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  5. J.J. Abrams: Keeping Khan’s Identity Secret Was a Mistake

    KHAAAAAN

    "It ended up coming off like we were being coy. We were just trying to not ruin the thing. The truth is that after one screening everyone knows whatever it is. The idea was that for the first hour of the movie the characters in the movie don't know, and it felt like if there were articles about KHAN! it would take away from the story. The truth is I think it probably would have been smarter just to say upfront ‘This is who it is.’ It was only trying to preserve the fun of it, and it might have given more time to acclimate and accept that’s what the thing was. The truth is because it was so important to the studio that we not angle this thing for existing fans. If we said it was Khan, it would feel like you’ve really got to know what Star Trek is about to see this movie. That would have been limiting. I can understand their argument to try to keep that quiet, but I do wonder if it would have seemed a little bit less like an attempt at deception if we had just come out with it."— J.J. Abrams, admitting that all that secrecy surrounding the Cumbervillain was maaaaaaybe a bit much. But it's the studio's fault, because who do you think he is? An A-list director who has some degree of control over these things and is also notoriously obsessed with secrecy? Pssht. BRB. Eyerolling into the final frontier. (via: Badass Digest) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. J.J. Abrams Apologizes for Lens Flare, Talks About the Future of Trek On TV

    To Boldly Go

    J.J. Abrams wants you to know that he's sorry for lens flare. Yes, this is real.

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  7. J.J. Abrams Is Officially Not Directing The Next Star Trek Movie

    To Boldly Go

    Good news! Or bad news—your mileage may vary. But something tells me most of you are going to come down on the "Yes!" side of things. J.J. Abrams has confirmed that he's stepping down from the director's chair for the next Star Trek film. That and other bits of reboot Trek miscellany (Khan almost wasn't in Into Darkness! Abrams talks about his decision to make the villain reveal a secret! Another BS explanation of the Carol Marcus underwear scene!) are behind the jump.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: R2-D2′s Star Trek Into Darkness Cameo

    Things We Saw Today

    At about the one hour, 17-minute mark in Star Trek Into Darkness R2-D2 can be seen being sucked from the Enterprise into the depths of space. I'm sure the Falcon will fly back and pick him up. (via: Geeks are Sexy)

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Daniel Radcliffe Getting His Horns Checked

    Things We Saw Today

    Entertainment Weekly shares some new photos of Horns, the adaptation of Joe Hill's novel, starring Daniel Radcliffe. I like to think this is exactly the face we'd all have in the same situation. (via Film School Rejects)

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  10. The Mary Sue’s 2013 Summer Movie Wrap-Up

    Power Grid

    This summer was a weird one. It felt, in a way, like were were still coming down from the high of The Avengers, the movie that ruled our hearts, minds, and wallets a single summer ago. On hand to catch us as we fell were some good movies, some bad movies, some movies that we weren't angry at, just disappointed, and one shining example of Oh please God, no, why did this movie happen?! We're taking a fond (or, in some cases, not-so-fond) look back at the summer of 2013's giant monsters, giant robots, giant stuffed rabbits, and the giant pile of wrongness that was a whole lot o' whitewashing. Whew. With the summer over, let's get ready for the end-of-year releases. More Hunger Games, Thor, and The Hobbit are right around the corner.

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  11. Honest Trailer of Star Trek Into Darkness, the Movie Old Spock Totally Didn’t Warn Us About

    Prepare for the all-new sequel to the franchise reboot based on the sequel to the original franchise.

    Screen Junkies takes on Star Trek Into Darkness: a movie that, despite good critical reception, was wildly flawed.

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  12. Things We Saw Today: A Gorgeous Godzilla Teaser Poster

    Things We Saw Today

    In case Pacific Rim hasn't quenched your thirst for Kaiju movies, we will be learning more about Legendary Pictures's new Godzilla film at San Diego Comic Con later this week. For now, the poster above teases the spectacle we've come to expect of the monster movie. (via Slash Film)

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  13. IDW’s Locke & Key Will Be A Feature Film By The Writers Of Star Trek

    Cautiously Optimistic

    It's official -  Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s Locke & Key is going to be a movie. Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci (of Star Trek fame) and Bobby Cohen will produce for Universal. 

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  14. Things We Saw Today: Anyone Can Become a Thyme Lord With the Right Apron.

    Things We Saw Today

    Whip up some fish fingers and custard with souffle for desert in this Eleventh Doctor apron from Forbidden Planet, or check out the Tenth Doctor version via That's Nerdalicious.

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  15. Star Trek Art Show Spans Galaxies, Generations, & Genetics

    To Boldly Go

    When you think of art galleries in Paris, you don't usually expect to see works depicting Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek. But Le Dernier Bar Avant la Fin du Monde is doing just that. Take a look at what artists have come up with from classic Trek to Star Trek Into Darkness.

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  16. Things We Saw Today: Thor: The Dark World Gets An Official Website, More Promo Pics

    Things We Saw Today

    I see you there, Sif. Here's the official website, which just went live; for more new pics head to SuperHeroHype.

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  17. That Big Star Trek Into Darkness Reveal Wasn’t The Original Plan, According To The Writers

    Oh Really?

    If you still haven't seen Star Trek Into Darkness but already know, or don't care about, that big reveal, go ahead and read on. For everyone else, here be spoilers... 

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  18. Star Trek Into Darkness Actors Answer the Age-Old Question: Star Trek Character Or Ikea Furniture Name? [VIDEO]

    To Boldly Go

    Maybe "age-old question" is pushing it, but this is still a pretty darn funny video. (by EPIX, via /Film) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  19. There Was a Deleted Cumberbatch Shower Scene; I’m Not Impressed

    If we got angry about this kind of thing we'd be angry all the time

    On Conan O'Brien last night J.J. Abrams was asked about the recent controversy over a moment of contrived near-nudity in Star Trek Into Darkness. And I actually respect Abrams' response: he says that his intention was to do a quick joke in the midst of a bunch of action, but says "I don't think I quite edited the scene in the right way," and of those that felt the scene was exploitative "I can also see their point of view." There are ways that the scene could have been directed or edited in a way that actually made it appear that Carol Marcus' reaction to Kirk being a supercreep shamed or cowed him in, well, any way. If Abrams felt this scene was really the "balance" to a brief scene of Kirk post-coitus with two alien women, where his nudity before the opposite sex is a product of his sexual prowess, not something that he has just expressed a clear desire to avoid, I just wish he'd executed that better. Abrams also shared a few seconds of Benedict Cumberbatch's character taking a shower, which was not included in the final cut of the movie. And since Cumberbatch is kind of a rising nerd property now (particularly among women), that clip is getting spread around quite widely, touted as the end to the argument. And I'd like to, just for a moment, talk about what this clip isn't: it isn't evidence that men and women's bodies are treated equally in the movie.

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  20. Damon Lindelof Says Something Else About Women in Star Trek Into Darkness

    I Want to Believe

    "I copped to the fact that we should have done a better job of not being gratuitous in our representation of a barely clothed actress. We also had Kirk shirtless in underpants in both movies. Do not want to make light of something that some construe as mysogenistic. What I'm saying is I hear you, I take responsibility and will be more mindful in the future. Also, I need to learn how to spell 'misogynistic.'" - Star Trek Into Darkness writer Damon Lindelof in a string of four tweets sent out roughly a half hour after we posted his lackluster answer as to why actress Alice Eve was made to strip down in the film for no reason. It's nice to see Lindelof comment on the complaints at all, and we hope he really is more mindful of these types of things in the future but we must point out - having half naked actors in a sex scene does not equal the treatment Eve received. Again, it's all about context and Dr. Carol Marcus was put on display with none. What do you think of Lindelof's apology? (via tipster commenter Eric) Previously in Star Trek

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