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In movies, there’s usually a moment where everything clicks. Where the image, emotion, and sound meet in perfect harmony and no matter what happens before or after, you realize you are in love with this moment. The cinema of 2016 had plenty of these moments, and we picked our 16 favorites.
Last year, I was lucky enough to visit the set of Star Trek Beyond, and it was incredibly obvious just how much fun everyone was having. However, no one on set was having a better time than Captain James T. Kirk and Dr. Leonard McCoy when they treated themselves to a glass of fine scotch, as seen in this gag reel.
Yes, Justin Lin also directed this year’s Star Trek Beyond. However, I think it’s safe to say that when Legendary Films was looking for some to make a movie based on Mattel’s tiny metal racing car toys, they might have looked back a little bit further in his resume.
At the start of Star Trek Beyond, it’s clear that Kirk is tired of being on the Enterprise. In this deleted scene, the crew of the Enterprise seems to be tired of him, too.
I’m not sure how, exactly, this only just happened, but someone finally got around to taking the audio from that Star Trek Beyond trailer with The Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” and setting it to footage from the original TV series. It’s delightful.
Summer of 2016 hasn’t been a great time for the blockbuster. If it wasn’t animated, most of the big-budget movies that studios usually rely on to make their fortunes for the year flopped. Here are some of the reasons why
Captain Kirk shocked thousands of Trekkies Saturday by admitting that Star Wars is the reason we have Star Trek today. Now, can there finally be peace between the fandoms?
At the end of Star Trek Into Darkness, it seems like Carol Marcus (Alice Eve) is poised to join the Enterprise and become an important member of the crew (and break up the near-total sausage party that is the cast). But come Star Trek Beyond, she’s nowhere to be found. Now we know why.
Much of Star Trek Beyond takes place on an alien planet the crew gets stranded on after the destruction of the Enterprise. In this concept art by Victor Martinez, you can get a closer look at some designs for the planet, some ships that never made it to screen, and more.
The new Van Helsing film has an unlikely inspiration for its main character. Simon Pegg talks even more about Sulu’s family in Star Trek Beyond. Plus, new footage from Suicide Squad, and new looks at Dirk Gently and Riverdale. Spoilers get!
This is weird. A new commercial for Star Trek Beyond, which is available on Paramount’s YouTube page, completely spoils the end of the movie. And not in the broad sense of showing our heroes win, but in the specific sense of giving away something that’s supposed to be a big twist.
The reviews are already out (including ours), but Star Trek Beyond, which opens Friday, apparently had one more trailer up its sleeve. Sulu is prominently featured, which makes sense given all the times the character has been in the news leading up to the new film’s release.
Would you like to cameo as an alien in an upcoming Star Trek movie? Step one: Acquire several billion dollars. Apparently the movie cameo comes free of charge.
One day, one of the new Star Trek films will be more than the sum of its parts—the parts being a nearly perfect cast. But until then we have Star Trek Beyond, a movie that is half-entertaining and half-frustrating.
Staring at a movie on one big screen is just fine—but what if you could see it on three screens at once, for a uniquely immersive, panoramic viewing experience? One of the first movies to get this treatment is Star Trek Beyond, and you can check out an exclusive glimpse of what it’ll look like in this new format in…
We’re already getting teases for a Fantastic Beasts sequel. An Agent Carter alum joins the Death Note adaptation. The full cast of The Mist TV series has been revealed. Spidey hangs around in more Spider-Man Homecoming set footage. Plus, new Star Trek Beyond footage, and another terrible teaser for The Walking Dead’s…
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