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The actor, who plays Leonard "Bones" McCoy in the J.J. Abrams films, would "relish the opportunity to be a part of it."
Maybe the world would be a better place if we were all Trekkies.
Karl Urban explains how the morality of "Star Trek" could help today's world.
The actor, who plays Leonard McCoy in the upcoming film, describes what it's like to work with Justin Lin and J.J. Abrams.
I'll admit I haven't watched the various reinventions of the TV series, those multiple spinoffs and a myriad of films that I cannot possibly name or count. Until this one, I'm sure.
The Loft is a surprisingly entertaining film that keeps the audience in the dark as to its villain(s) until the very end. The fact the ending is logical and difficult to anticipate makes this movie an above average feature.
There was some heartening news over the holidays for those of us who are longtime Star Trek fans. And there was some alarming news, none of which has been mitigated since.
I liked this episode! Mostly because we got to see one of the MX androids totally naked. (I asked for this in, like, my first recap.)
There's a new drug on the streets of -- wait, what city is this show in? I know the show is filmed in Vancouver but Vancouver-as-what? Does anyone even know?
In the latest episode of Almost Human, the bad guys take hostages, the good guys defeat them, and Minka Kelly smirks through the whole thing. That's it. That's what happened.