It’s Friday, so please take this video of Zachary Quinto and Leonard Nimoy. It really is kind of cute.
Meanwhile, if you want the actual thing instead of just jokes about it, Star Trek: The Exhibition will be making the rounds to San Diego, Los Angeles, and Arizona this year.
Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine and Leonard Nimoy showed up on Saturday Night Live last night.
Meanwhile, the film seems well on the way to a $76.5M opening weekend.
Entertainment Weekly’s Star Trek cover story is up! Are you hyped?
Things seem to be getting interesting in Trek fandom; at least in the media.
USA Today speaks to Zachary Quinto (Young Spock) about bonding with Leonard Nimoy (Old Spock) and living the “homebody” existence.
Klingons get the 501st treatment in the papers.
And a paper in the UK says the casting of James McAvoy as Scotty is a done deal.
Stardust may not be out yet, but it’s certainly getting its share of hype. It’s currently getting a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes (from only five reviews, granted) but Neil Gaiman is everywhere.
Really, there ought to be a band
Videos du jour
Zachary Quinto is young Spock. Meanwhile, Leonard Nimoy will reprise his role as original flavor Spock in scenes that will act as a framing device for the film.
Friday is Star Wars day, so keep your eye on the TOSblog and Flickr.
Is Sylar-Spock reality after all? E!’s Kristin thinks so… We’ll find out for sure at Comic-Con, where reports are that J.J. Abrams plans to announce his Trek casting
Age of the comic book movies
- The Darjeeling Limited. Wes Anderson film starring his regulars, as well as Adrien Brody and Natalie Portman. (She’s not in the trailer, though.)
- The Last Legion. Colin Firth, Romans, Excalibur, melodrama, etc. Highlight looks to be Aishwarya Rai with a sword.
Lots of little tidbits about Heroes, this week, and we haven’t even gotten to ComicCon, yet.
Forget the Potterdammrung: Footloose and Bill and Ted remakes? This can’t end well.