J.J. Abrams and Chris Pine talk about a third Star Trek movie
Friday, May 03, 2013 - 00:48
The second Star Trek movie ''Star Trek Into Darkness'' is met with a good reaction - so will there be a third?
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Premieres may have already been held in Moscow, Sydney, and Berlin, but "Star Trek Into Darkness" had its world premiere in London on Thursday (May 02). The setting is fitting as the action in the movie kicks off with a terrorist attack in British capital against Star Fleet, and the man responsible is the enigmatic one-man killing machine John Harrison played by Benedict Cumberbatch. Early reviews of the film have been praising director J.J. Abrams' second movie in the rebooted franchise. However, it looks like he'll be unlikely to direct a third movie as he's contracted to begin work on the next "Star Wars" movie, but he may still want some involvement. "If the third is in the offering, if they do a third, definitely we'd be involved as producers on the movie," he said. Chris Pine, who plays the key role of James T. Kirk also said he would welcome the opportunity to make a third movie.
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