Now three movies in, the "Trek" actors are comfortable in their roles and eager to explore new directions as the franchise looks toward the future.
Abrams praises director Justin Lin and the writers of "Star Trek Beyond" for introducing an LGBT character to the "Star Trek" universe.
Paramount Pictures has released hi-res photos from the upcoming "Star Trek" film, featuring stills and behind-the-scenes shots.
The film's co-writer insists if the film had introduced a new gay character, it wouldn't have had the same impact on audiences or the Trek Universe.
Classic "Star Trek" actor (and original Sulu) George Takei says he would've preferred an entirely new LGBT character in "Star Trek Beyond."
Paramount Pictures, J.J. Abrams, Justin Lin, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban and John Cho have released statements following the actor's death.
Paramount continues to roll-out character posters for director Justin Lin's ("Fast Five") "Intro Darkness" follow-up.
The latest images from the Paramount sequel show an injured Spock, an alarmed crew, and a bridge that's definitely not the Enterprise's.
With less than a month until the premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness J.J. Abrams and Paramount Pictures have released seven character posters, and a new clip showing off Captain Kirk's unorthodox piloting skills.
Paramount Pictures has released a minute-long announcement video for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness that features Inception-like music, threatening voiceover from Benedict Cumberbatch, the crew in peril -- and the Enterprise emerging from beneath the waves.
The sequel to J.J. Abrams' 2009 blockbuster is apparently called Star Trek Into Darkness -- that's right, no colon -- but it's unclear what the title, and its curious lack of punctuation, mean.
Columbia Pictures has released a new trailer for director Len Wiseman’s Total Recall that gives viewers their first glimpse of the legendary three-breasted woman that was the talk of the 1990 film. Arriving Aug. 3, Total Recall stars Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel.
Secretive director J.J. Abrams slyly stoked the fires of fandom during Sunday's MTV Movie Awards with a glimpse of a Klingon from the upcoming sequel to his 2009 blockbuster Star Trek.
Principal photography has begun in Los Angeles on director J.J. Abrams' Star Trek 2, which sees new cast members Benedict Cumberbatch, Alice Eve and Peter Weller join returning stars Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, John Cho, Anton Yelchin and Bruce Greenwood.
Star Trek actors John Cho and Anton Yelchin are as clueless about J.J. Abrams' sequel as everybody else is, confessing that they haven't seen the script for the film, which goes into production next month.