When it rains, it pours. Or at least such is the case with "Star Trek 2" rumors.
After months of silence on the upcoming sequel, a whole slew of production details -- including a shooting start date -- hit the web earlier this week. Now comes a juicy new plot rumor from Think McFly Think that the Klingons will play a prominent role in the sequel as a nomadic set of warriors causing trouble for the Federation while fighting off Tribbles. (Yes, Tribbles!) Also, they say there won't be any Khan in this flick. Of course, none of this has been confirmed by J.J. Abrams' camp, so you can either take it or leave it.
Check out the rest of today's film news after the jump!
John Williams Reteams With Steven Spielberg For "Lincoln"
Good news, film score fans! According to Variety, John Williams will be composing Steven Spielberg's upcoming biopic "Lincoln." Williams and Spielberg have long been creative partners, and have recently teamed up on "The Adventures of Tintin" and "War Horse." It will be exciting to see whatever Williams manages to come up with for "Lincoln" as well as the other two films.
Keira Knightley Never Heard Of "Pride And Prejudice And Zombies"
Though Keira Knightley has obviously heard of Jane Austen's classic "Pride and Prejudice" -- she starred in the 2005 Joe Wright adaptation of the novel -- she apparently has missed the boat on "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies." Vulture interviewed the "A Dangerous Method" starlet, who admitted she had never heard of the novel and had no idea they'd be turning it into a movie. When asked if she had ever thought on set that "Pride and Prejudice" could use more undead characters, she laughed and said, "It never occurred to me. That obviously just goes to show that I don't have a good enough imagination."
Amy Adams Offered Role In New Clint Eastwood Film
Clint Eastwood is planning his triumphant return to acting, and he plans to have a strong leading lady next to him. Variety is reporting that Amy Adams has been offered a role in "Trouble with the Curve" as Eastwood's onscreen daughter. She takes a road trip to Atlanta with her father, an aging baseball scout, to check out a potential player. The film is the directorial debut of Eastwood's friend Robert Lorenz.
Illumination Entertainment Developing Woody Woodpecker Film
Well, why not? According to Heat Vision, "Blades of Glory" writers John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky are developing a potential feature film starring Woody Woodpecker for Illumination Entertainment. It is supposed to be a modernized version of the character and apparently has franchise potential. Again, why not?
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