Star Trek 2009

Release Date for Star Trek Sequel Set

Star Trek 2009There has been lots of talk and chatter since Star Trek hit theaters and later was released on DVD about a sequel. Well Paramount Pictures has unveiled that Star Trek 2 will be released in theaters on June 29th, 2012.

Dune sandworm

Dune Remake gets Morel

Dune sandwormAfter a good bit of searching Paramount Pictures has reportedly found a new director for its remake of the Sci-Fi classic Dune. The studio has gotten French filmmaker Pierre Morel (Taken, From Paris With Love) to replace Peter Berg, who dropped out last fall to direct Battleship instead.

New ‘Star Trek’ News and Graphics

Star Trek Logo
Several things have come out today from the Official Star Trek Site. First off we have a new theatrical banner featuring the main crew, consisting of Scotty, McCoy, Uhura, Kirk, Spock, Sulu and Chekov. You can check out this awesome banner by following the link below.

Also Paramount Pictures and the IMAX Corporation has announced that Star Trek, directed by J.J. Abrams ("Mission: Impossible III", "Lost" and "Alias”), will be simultaneously released to both IMAX and conventional theatres worldwide on May 8, 2009.

Production List: Which Film are YOU Waiting to See???

Movie and PopcornThanks to fears of a possible actors’ strike, film production has been slow recently. But enough is enough, and now the major studios have decided to move forward with production on a long list of movies. And as for the economy – studio executives said that the money has already been budgeted for these films, and they feel confident that consumers will still head to the movies with the economy circling the drain. So start saving up now; here’s the list of movies set to go into production next year:…

Captain America

The First Avenger – Captain America

The First Avenger – Captain America: Based on the popular comic book. Steve Rogers, volunteered to be a test subject for the US Army, which was engineering the Super Soldier Serum.

“Avengers” and “Iron Man 3” Included in Marvel/Paramount Deal

Avengers
Now that DreamWorks is no longer part of Paramount Pictures, that leaves a total sum of six films per year for Paramount Pictures. In order to have a full scheduled, Paramount extended their pact with Marvel by agreeing to distribute their next five films.
Those upcoming movies include: