What do those baby faces know about going where no man has gone before? We talk to John Cho, Anton Yelchin and Simon Pegg about playing Star Trek's younger versions of iconic Starfleet officers.
This Friday sees the release of J.J. Abrams' new take on the popular Trek franchise and movie fans (both Trekkies and non-trekkies alike) are anxiously awaiting the highly-touted, big budget film. Check out these fantastic on-set snapshots of gorgeous interiors, faces new and old and all your favourite characters in our Star Trek photo gallery!
With ships whirring by at warp speed, the impending threat of Romulan attacks and a feisty group of new cadets, any Starfleet Captain would likely be pretty stressed out. But Canuck Bruce Greenwood, who plays Enterprise helmsman Captain Pike in J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek, can’t help but smile when talking about his experience as part of the much-anticipated prequel.
A lot of press has focused on Christian Bale of late but little of it has been about his professional abilities or his films. Often hailed as one of the best actors of his generation, his diverse roles have run the gamut from superhero to psycho, from singing newsie to disturbed insomniac, and from cowboy to cop. He’s performed on stage in London’s famed West End and lived in the jungle eating worms for a Werner Herzog POW film. And yes, apparently he’s a little intense. But with a range and commitment to his craft that most others in the industry can only dream about, his work speaks for itself. Here’s our look back at 10 of his greatest movie roles.
Terminator Salvation joins the ranks of several franchises trying to re-engage with moviegoers this year, and if the current buzz is any indication, there are plenty of fans out there predicting this one will hit it big. With angerball Christian Bale and Australian newbie Sam Worthington headlining and powerhouse director McG steering the action, this is one film that looks poised to strike box office gold. So before Terminator takes the summer by storm when it opens on May 21st, check out these amazing images! While you're at it, don't forget to watch the trailer!
Get ready to laugh - and I don't mean a polite giggle or casual ha-ha. Todd Phillips brings the funny, and then some, with The Hangover, a comedy about a bachelor's night that the groomsmen think they'll never forget, until they wake up the next morning and can't remember a thing. Starring Bradley Cooper (Wedding Crashers, He's Just Not That Into You), Ed Helms ("The Office," "The Daily Show") Justin Bartha (Failure to Launch, Trust the Man) and a side-splitting breakthrough performance by comedian Zach Galifianakis (Into the Wild, Gigantic), this comedy from the director of Old School opens June 5 and there's already talk of a sequel. Check out these hilarious images that are sure to make you smile and watch the trailer here.
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