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January 09, 2010


According to Box Office Mojo, the sequel to 2009’s Star Trek just found itself some nice, official real estate on the calendar. The currently untitled Star Trek sequel is looking to hit theaters on June 29, 2012. Not much is known about the film so far, although writers Damon Lindelof, Robert Orci, and Alex Kurtzman as well as J.J. Abrams have hinted at storylines they are considering. Still, many questions remain: Will Abrams return to the director’s chair? Is there any room for a Shatner cameo? Will Chris Pine at some point look up into the sky and shout “Khaaaaaaaaaan!”?

Last summer’s reboot reignited interest in the Star Trek franchise in a major way, so hopefully the sequel can live up to the immense hype it will surely gather by June 2012.

source: collider.com

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2 Comments to "Star Trek Sequel sets a 2012 Release Date"
  1. Belx2 says:

    2012? In their Wikipedia page, it says there that the release’ll be around mid of 2011. 2012’s too far!

  2. Rob says:

    This is incredible news. I lived through The Original Series and all the feature films, but the reboot of STAR TREK has been just incredible. Chris, Zachary and all the supporting characters have more than filled the shoes, er, boots of these legendary characters. Kudos to actors for their undeniable talent and to the casting director(s) for their vision!

    I am anxiously looking forward to the sequel and of course answers to the looming questions about the altered “timeline” that must be on nearly every fans mind.

    I do think that we need to put the issue of a “Shatner cameo” to rest once and for all. If the character of Kirk died in an earlier film then that character is destined to do so again, UNLESS any changes here can be explain by or blamed on the altered timeline. I would strongly caution against such action that merely to give into Shatner’s whining about not being offered a part in the film. Don’t get me wrong, I think Bill is a great actor and STAR TREK wouldn’t be what it is without him in the role of James T. Kirk nearly 50 years ago.

    Best of luck to all the new actors and thank you for making STAR TREK special again!!

    Peace!
    Rob