We have a second trailer for Star Trek Beyond and it’s toned down the action and amped up the storyline, showing the crew of the Enterprise lost in space. The action is still very much there, but we get to know a bit more about what’s happened to our favourite Starfleet crew. Chris Pine’s Captain Kirk is doubting himself and it seems some of his crew have been kidnapped by Idris Elba’s Krall. Watch the trailer below:
Directed by Justin Lin and starring Idris Elba, Chris Pine, Simon Pegg, Zachary Quinto, and Zoe Saldana, Star Trek Beyond will hit theaters in the US and UK on July 22, 2016.
Zach attended last night the unveiling of the newly named “Leonard Nimoy Way” during the Star Trek Beyond Fan Event yesterday in New York. He was joined by his Star Trek co-stars Chris Pine and Karl Urban, as well with directors JJ Abrams and Justin Lin. You can check out photos from the event in our gallery now.
Our gallery was updated with photos of Zach last Monday (02) in New York attending the Costume Institute Gala.
Originally set for release last year, and having been privately screened at the Sun Valley Film Festival this spring, many figured Oliver Stone’s “Snowden” would be a shoo-in for Cannes. And while it did screen for organizers, it didn’t make the cut.
“I saw ‘Snowden’ and it’s a really good film. It complements ‘Citizenfour’ marvelously. It helps understand a lot of things, it’s a fascinating film,” festival honcho Thierry Fremaux told Screen Daily. “We’d have liked to have it at Cannes but the US producers — who also did ‘Spotlight’ – want to aim for the Oscars so for them a Cannes premiere was a little too early. It’s a different strategy but I respect that.”
Led by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who plays the whistleblower, the star-studded cast also features Shailene Woodley, Nicolas Cage, Melissa Leo, Zachary Quinto, Tom Wilkinson, Rhys Ifans, Joely Richardson, Scott Eastwood, and Timothy Olyphant in story of the man who blew open the NSA’s surveillance program. “Snowden” opens on September 16th.