Star Trek Beyond

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Why axing Chris Pine would be a very bad idea for the Star Trek films
Risking the cast’s chemistry by hiring a new Captain Kirk may be boldly going way too far

Ben Child

15, Aug, 2018 @4:38 PM

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Simon Pegg: ‘I was lost, unhappy and an alcoholic’
The actor’s tortuous depression led him to drink, then to rehab. He opens up about self-destruction, fatherhood – and his friend Tom Cruise. Photographs: Suki Dhanda for the Guardian

Tim Jonze

09, Jul, 2018 @5:00 AM

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Pulp science-fiction? How Quentin Tarantino could save Star Trek
The tepid recent instalment left Kirk and co needing direction, dialogue and a decent baddie. Luckily Hollywood’s grandmaster of profanity has one more film to make

Luke Holland

06, Dec, 2017 @3:40 PM

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Oscar winners 2017: the full list
All the winners from the 89th Academy Awards

Guardian film

28, Feb, 2017 @7:15 AM

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Anton Yelchin remembered at Oscars ceremony
The late Russian-born actor, star of the Star Trek films and Green Room, was honoured by the Academy in their annual In Memoriam montage

Andrew Pulver

27, Feb, 2017 @4:22 AM

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Star Trek’s George Takei: ‘I’d take a female friend to premieres. Then go out to a gay bar’
The one-time Mr Sulu is unique among the Star Trek fraternity for having become more famous and adored since he left the Starship Enterprise. So, what’s his problem with JJ Abrams’ blockbuster reboot?

Ryan Gilbey

06, Oct, 2016 @9:59 AM

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Gloom in Hollywood as reports indicate top blockbusters lost $1bn this summer
Collective total losses of top 10 worst-performing studio movies suggest summer of 2016 even rougher than forecast

Catherine Shoard

08, Sep, 2016 @10:30 AM

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Star Trek’s 50-year mission: to shine a light on the best of humankind
The visionary sci-fi series first aired in September 1966 – and its utopian, confident blueprint for society still resonates in the age of Trump

Dave Schilling

04, Sep, 2016 @6:00 AM

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Suicide Squad still supreme at the UK box office
DC Comics’ rampaging antiheroes hold Dory, Bourne and The BFG at bay for a second week as Zac Efron’s Wedding Dates edges into the Top 5

Charles Gant

16, Aug, 2016 @3:14 PM

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Suicide Squad blunders as Sausage Party makes a sizzling start at the US box office
The latest addition to the DC universe retains top spot but drops 67% on its second weekend, while Seth Rogen’s R-rated animation is cooking with gas

Henry Barnes and agencies

15, Aug, 2016 @11:11 AM

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Five of the best... films out now in the UK
Suicide Squad | Jason Bourne | Star Trek Beyond | Author: The JT LeRoy Story | Author: The JT LeRoy Story | Finding Dory

Steve Rose

11, Aug, 2016 @1:45 PM

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Rebooting the blockbuster, who ya gonna call? Aristotle, actually | Natalie Haynes
If Suicide Squad, Star Trek and Bourne suggest big-budget film-making needs a shot in the arm – the ancient-Greek philosopher offers the perfect fix

Natalie Haynes

10, Aug, 2016 @5:23 PM

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