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Star Trek (movie, 2009)

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  • Hollywood gets a kick out of 'rebooting'

    Hollywood gets a kick out of 'rebooting'
    When Sony Pictures' plan for a fourth "Spider-Man" movie starring Tobey Maguire fell apart in January, the studio had to come up with a new way to keep the superhero series alive after three movies released from 2002 to 2007 grossed $2.5 billion...
  • Bob Forrest's unlikely career arc

    Bob Forrest's unlikely career arc
    Jason Davis, a 25-year-old heroin addict and grandson of oil billionaire Marvin Davis, was the most shameless cast member on "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew" last season, a distinction akin to being the nerdiest person at a "Star Trek" convention —...
  • James Cameron: I want to compete with 'Star Wars' and Tolkien

    James Cameron: I want to compete with 'Star Wars' and Tolkien
    Apparently, there's no such thing as a quiet little corner of the world when your name is James Cameron. "Welcome to the wind tunnel," the 56-year-old filmmaker said as a Santa Monica sea breeze gusted through the French doors of his beachside hotel...
  • At the Marriott, the score is the 'Hero'

    At the Marriott, the score is the 'Hero'
    Michael Mahler, the composer and lyricist of the very promising new musical "Hero" at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire, is a young, multitalented Chicago fellow who likes to do a lot of different things in the theater. Fair enough. But if there's...
  • Shatner's world is out there, but worth the trip

    Shatner's world is out there, but worth the trip
    "Meet my co-chair," William Shatner observed from the stage of Auditorium Theatre Friday night, whereupon a seat on wheels was flung in the general direction of the man who once flew the Starship Enterprise. Ah, such a night for cutting-edge comedy. "My...
  • Hot Property: Writer-director Nicholas Meyer lists Pacific Palisades home

    Hot Property: Writer-director Nicholas Meyer lists Pacific Palisades home
    Screenwriter, bestselling novelist and "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" director Nicholas Meyer has put his Pacific Palisades house up for sale at $7.3 million. The two-story Cliff May design, built in 1937, has been his family home for 15 years....
  • Paramount theme park set to debut in Spain in 2015

    Paramount theme park set to debut in Spain in 2015
    The $1.5 billion Paramount Park in Spain hopes to rival Disneyland Paris as a European tourist destination when the movie theme park debuts in spring 2015. > Photos: Paramount Park Murcia theme park in Spain Located on the Mediterranean coast about...
  • Winona Ryder sells her home in Sunset Strip area

    Winona Ryder sells her home in Sunset Strip area
    Actress Winona Ryder has sold her Sunset Strip-area home for $3,725,000, the Multiple Listing Service shows. The Spanish-style house, built in 1936, sits behind a thick hedge of ficus trees on a third of an acre. Bougainvillea and wisteria cover the...
  • Fall TV: 'Terra Nova'

    Fall TV: 'Terra Nova'
    Yes, it has dinosaurs. But at its core Fox's new sci-fi epic "Terra Nova" is an environmental fable. And a pretty darned expensive one at that. In fact, even though it has no big-name stars raking in giant paydays, "Terra Nova" is probably the...
  • Berlin Film Festival: With 'Iron Sky,' Nazis land on moon

     
    One of the most talked-about movies at this year’s Berlin Film Festival has turned out to be “Iron Sky,” a quirky sci-fi parody with aspirations to political satire....
  • Patt Morrison Asks: The Possibilian, Kevin Kelly

    Patt Morrison Asks: The Possibilian, Kevin Kelly
    This is a Klein bottle, a kind of Mobius strip rendered in glass. The man holding it has a brain not unlike these confounding items, possessed of unusual twists and multidimensional turns that can be challenging for lesser mortals to get their own heads...
  • Elon Musk of SpaceX: The goal is Mars

    Elon Musk of SpaceX: The goal is Mars
    As shipments go, it was routine — about half a ton of supplies — except it was delivered by the first commercial flight to the International Space Station. SpaceX partnered with NASA in this new model, the brainchild of Elon Musk, who's behind...