Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer Arriving Online This Thursday
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So you’re saying that you don’t want to wait until Dec. 14 to see that Star Trek Into Darkness trailer that Paramount has promised to put before prints of The Hobbit in neighborhood theaters? Well, neither does Simon Pegg. And because he’s actually part of J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek ensemble, we’re willing to take his latest tweet as news (and not just speculation). Pegg just Tweeted that the trailer will debut online on Thursday, Dec. 6. “Get ready to boldly go again,” he writes. Pegg didn’t clarify where or when we’ll see the trailer, but you can guess the moment it drops, 99% of the Internet will turn its attentions to the first footage from Abrams’ anticipated sequel, so just be on alert.
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What do you think that we’ll see? Based on the first teaser poster, which arrived online a few days back, I’m willing to bet Benedict Cumberbatch’s villain will be the focal point of the clip. After all, we know a ton about Capt. Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto) and the cast of the U.S.S. Enterprise. And while it will be entertaining to see them in some form on-screen in the trailer, the real mystery to Into Darkness remains Cumberbatch’s threat, and I hope to learn a bit more about who he is playing in the footage we are show. So, the wait for the Star Trek trailer is significantly shorter than we thought. There still will be that 9-minute IMAX preview attached to prints of The Hobbit on Dec. 14. But you’ll be able to see Trek scenes on your computer in a few short days. Let the countdown begin.
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Charles Durning, who worked in Hollywood for nearly six full decades working on over 200 titles, has passed away at the age of 89. The character actor's death was confirmed by his daughter, having died last night in his Manhattan home. As prolific as they come, Durning split his career between the stage, the small screen and big screen. He earned acclaim for his take on Big Daddy in an early 90s staging of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, had recurring roles on series like Everybody Loves Raymond, Evening Shade and Rescue Me, and starred in classic movies like Tootsie and The Sting. The actors first credited role was in the Walter Cronkite-hosted history show from the 1950s called You Are There. He played Colonel John Jameson in an episode about the treason of the traitor Benedict Arnold. Most recently he was working on a horror film called Scavenger Killers, which co-stars Eric Roberts, Robert Loggia and Dustin Diamond. The movie is expected to be released some time in 2013. The New York Times notes that over the course of his career he won a number of awards and found himself nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in back to back years at the Academy Awards. In 1983 he was up for his part in Colin Higgins' The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and then in 1984 he earned another nod for Alan Johnson's To Be or Not To Be.
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Being the Coen brothers fan that I am, I will always remember During for his work in both The Hudsucker Proxy and O Brother, Where Art Thou? Though he only has a small role in the earlier film, playing the window-smashing Waring Hudsucker, his part as constituent Pappy O'Daniel is my favorite part of the Coens' Odyssey riff. Our condolences go out to Durning's family and he will be missed in the cinema world.
Between the site, the comic and the novella series, those anticipating the film, which is scheduled to land June 7, 2013, have something to keep them busy, entertained and informed about the movie for now.