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Star Trek Into Darkness will be released in cinemas on May 17th, 2013.

The film stars Zoe Saldana, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Benedict Cumberbatch, Anton Yelchin, Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, John Cho and is directed by J.J. Abrams.




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  • thomas g

    i want to see lost in space two no matter what it still has a good story with good effects

  • Anonymous

    I didn’t like the reboot, initially. I re-watched it (on a boring day with nothing else to watch) again and got more out of it. But it’s clear to me that Paramount will NEVER give me what I want in science fiction or Star Trek. There’s no use in my hoping for it. (Why can’t Paramount go bankrupt?)

    The production values are great. The writing seems okay to me. The story (reboot) was fine. But it’s not what I’m looking for in science fiction of this sort. Star Wars delivered that (with the exception of the disaster that was Darth ‘puberty case’ Vader in the prequels). Lots of aliens, on alien worlds, lots of cool spaceships flying around. Lots of special effects (that create a reality we ‘do not’ see every day) and lots of action are what I want to see.

    I didn’t mind what we got with Star Trek, the reboot. I just didn’t get what I wanted. But that’s me. Others may feel differently. To each his and her own.

  • I-Oppress-Women.

    Dude I loved lost in space!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I would do anything for a sequel. IT had an amazing atmosphere, especially when they were coming up to the spaceship infested with the bugs. Dark gloomy and eerie, not too dissimilar to the aliens movie vibe.

  • Jeffrey Hodapp

    lost in space has audiobooks



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