The first clip from "Star Trek Into Darkness" debuted today over at AOL, and the bottom line is that even at a little over a minute long, the preview manages to be highly "Star Trek"-y in an awesome kind of way.
The basic set-up for the clip should be familiar to anyone who was able to catch the extended preview before "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" last year. Kirk and Bones just narrowly escaped that cliff jump you've seen one million times in various trailers and previews.
But that leaves Spock squarely situated in a highly active volcano and Kirk with one hell of a decision to make.
Check out the full clip from "Star Trek Into Darkness" above!
David Chase, the famed creator of "The Sopranos," made his long-awaited feature film debut last year with "Not Fade Away," a semi-autobiographical tale of a garage band formed in 1960s New Jersey.
Since so much of the film depends on the members and characters within the band, this exclusive feature from the Blu-ray and DVD, which hits shelves on April 30, provides an interesting insight into the fabric of the story and the making of the film.
All of the stars, including "Boardwalk Empire's" Jack Huston played their own instruments for the film, so you'll be able to check out some of the behind-the-scenes skills and hear the stories how each of the cast members joined the band and the film.
"Not Fade Away" hits Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download on April 30.
Every piece of promotional material for "Star Trek Into Darkness" has stressed how bad of a dude Benedict Cumberbatch's character, John Harrison, is. Everyone says he's really dangerous and can bring down Starfleet from within, but is he really that bad?
Yes. Yes, he is, if this latest feature from Yahoo! UK is to be believed. In the fashion of Michael Shannon's recent "Man of Steel" teaser, John Harrison explains his plans for James Tiberius Kirk and the crew of the Starship Enterprise.
Check out the video above!
You may not know this, but Dog the Bounty Hunter and intergalactic bounty hunter Boba Fett have a lot in common. Obviously, both gentlemen are bounty hunters for hire, seeking their territories most dangerous fugitives for pay, but they also have another thing in common.
Boba Fett is rumored to be the subject of a new standalone movie and Dog has a new show, "Dog & Beth: The Hunt," premiering this Sunday, April 21 on CMT.
We recently spoke with Dog and asked if he had any tips for his space-bound contemporary, and while he mistakenly referred to Fett as a newcomer, Dog offers some invaluable advice about bounty hunting.
Check out the video after the jump!
Every warm-blooded nerd in the galaxy is dying to know what's going on with J.J. Abrams' "Star Wars: Episode VII" and whether or not we can expect to see the likes of Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, and Carrie Fischer back for a new trilogy. Since Ford's the one currently on a promotional tour for a new movie, "42," he's had to face a host of questions about his involvement in the film.
Ford dodged these questions in a number of graceful ways, that is, until last night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," when he took some audience questions on the condition that no one ask any "Star Wars" questions.
Unfortunately, all of the "audience members" who stood up to ask questions were dress in full "Star Wars" regalia, and one question in particular set Ford off completely.
Check out the interview after the jump!
Move over "jOBS" and Aaron Sorkin's upcoming Steve Jobs movie, because Funny or Die is getting its Jobs biopic out first. The comedy website created its first feature film in just five days, and now it's releasing the Justin Long-starring movie, "iSteve," out online first.
"iSteve," which runs almost 80 minutes in length, debuted on Funny or Die on April 15. That's four days before "jOBS" initial release date, though it has since been postponed indefinitely. Don't expect "iSteve" to be the best movie of all time (it was written in just three days, after all), but it should be a hilarious take on the obsession to get a movie out on Jobs' life not long after the Apple co-founder's death. Watch the full film here.
King of the nerds Patton Oswalt has an upcoming guest spot on an episode of "Parks and Recreation" where he plays a Pawnee citizen who filibusters a city council meeting in order to hold up a piece of legislation.
The producers give Oswalt the freedom to talk about whatever he wanted during the extended speech, so he went with his heart and made a 9-minute pitch for J.J. Abrams' "Star Wars: Episode VII."
But it's not that simple. As a hardcore sci-fi geek, Oswalt seized upon the opportunity to bring in characters from another recent Disney acquisition, the Marvel universe. How will Tony Stark and Thanos play into the continuation of the "Star Wars" saga? You'll have to click past the jump to find out.
"We're going to need cars. Make sure they're fast."
Those are the words that could really only come from one film franchise going today. "Fast & Furious 6" premiered a brand new piece of video during the 2013 MTV Movie Awards and delivered exactly what we hope for from the racing series.
Dom and the crew are back for another trip around the globe. This time, they're hunting down an international thief and hoping to clear their wrap sheets once and for all. "Fast & Furious 6" stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Jordana Brewster, and Michelle Rodriguez.
Keanu Reeves may be best known for his wire-fighting kung fu moves, but for the past few years, the "Matrix" star has taken on smaller, quieter projects, the most recent of which, "generation Um..." opens in theaters on May 3.
In anticipation of "generation Um...," we're bringing you an exclusive NSFW clip from the film. You can watch the preview above, and learn what Keanu Reeves had to say about the movie below.
Click past the jump to read our interview with Keanu Reeves!
Yes, we are still dealing with the crushing blow that we'll have to wait until October to see Kimberly Pierce's adaptation of Stephen King's first book "Carrie," but that doesn't mean we can't still look forward to seeing Chloe Moretz go crazy while covered in blood, does it?
No, of course we can be pumped about "Carrie," especially when there's a new trailer premiering tomorrow. To get us prepped for the preview, Entertainment Tonight aired a short teaser with brand new footage of the teenage telepath testing out her skills.
Check out the teaser after the jump!