Yeah. I don’t know. I mean, I got myself a crush on Rihanna. I want to like Star Trek Beyond. The song itself ain’t bad (or great). The visuals of the trailer are pretty fun. But I’m not buying the synthesis of the two disparate parts.
Much better trailer than the first one. Am I happening to underestimate this movie? I would much rather live in a Universe where it rules, you know? Here’s hoping.
I’m not familiar with Lydia Wilson. But Star Trek Beyond has cast her, which means she’s obviously awesome and I anticipate enjoying her performance in the film. You know, the film that was co-written (I think?) by Simon Pegg and is being directed by the great visionary of our time, Justin Lin (this is a statement I don’t even remote believe anymore, but I’m just going to double down. Our culture has taught me that a #hottake is more important than actually believing in what you’re saying.)
Justin Lin is working on the next Star Trek flick, a job I feel he’s much more suited for (I know Star Trek fanboys are vomiting as I type this) than True Detective. The auteur (formally the greatest auteur of our generation before my meds kicked in) has shared the first photo from the current gig.
‘Cause as if wasting your time with non-news about the other Star-titled franchise wasn’t enough! ‘Cause as if!
I don’t know much about Sofia Boutella, other than she’s fucking awesome in Kingsman. So sign me up for her being in Star Trek 3, which officially has me sweating all up in my panties.
Justin Lin directing. Simon Pegg helping to write. Idris Elba potentially playing the villain. Star Trek 3 is shaping up nicely.
Simon Pegg is dropping his writing chops across the chest of the Enterprise. The actor, who plays Scotty (not like you didn’t fucking know this), is cowriting the third Trek flick.
Justin Lin rules. Star Trek 3 needs a talented director with a knack for bringing the energy to an ensemble. The combo fits.
Well, here’s a way to get me to give a shit about a post-Star Trek Into Darkness movie. Snap Edgar Wright’s name on the director’s chair.