Slight spoiler: the name of Alice Eve's character is mentioned in this article, in case you weren't already aware of it. The first three films of summer blockbuster season had a common thread to them. In Oblivionit's not long before leading actress Andrea Riseborough had shed clothes, and gone for a swim.
Back in November, Pine, who stars as Capt. Kirk in the new Trek flick, said he not only shares some steamy lip-locking with Rachel Nicholsbut he also predicted a scene in which Zoe Saldana takes off her shirt will "become famous. Adams -directed movie follows the early years of Kirk and Co.
The eagerly anticipated Star Trek film is set to cast off the geeky associations of the sci-fi genre with a handsome cast, vicious fights and sex scenes. A trailer for the new movie was released online on Monday, no doubt fuelling the excitement of Trekkies around the world ahead of the film's release next year. Scroll down to watch the trailer. The trailer starts with a speeding Corvette going through the desert being pursued by a mysterious driver on a hovering motorbike contraption.
Kirk and Spock from Star Trekis a pairing popular in slash fictionpossibly the first slash pairing, according to Henry Jenkinsan early slash fiction scholar. Many homosocial scenes between Kirk and Spock have been interpreted by some fans as having significant homoerotic undertones. In a particular scene from the film, Spock, lying down in sickbay, clasps Kirk's hand and says that he understands "this simple feeling".
A scene that shows Alice Eve's character in her underwear in Star Trek Into Darkness that has been slammed by critics, has prompted director JJ Abrams and writer Damon Lindelof to admit that they could have done it in a better way. Abrams told Conan O'Brien that the moment was in line with Kirk's womanising character. He, however, admitted that perhaps he didn't quite edit "the scene in the right way.
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Wrath of Khan turned it around. So why was The Wrath so damn good? And that was all encapsulated in a memorably tender father-and-son final scene. None of those assessments would be wrong.
I'll preface my remarks on the new Star Trek movie by coming right out and saying this: I am a fan of science fiction. It's an odd thing to say, and socially awkward: announce it in the wrong company, and you've got a lot of people scrutinising you to see how closely you fit the hyper-nerdy Comic Book Guy profile. Yet, as most decent sci-fi creators will tell you, the genre as a whole is less about escapism though it is, more than a bit, about that than it is about social commentary: by creating a new world, with new rules, you get a strange and usually uncomfortable perspective on the real world and rules we take for granted.