Fans have complained that the recent Star Trek movies don’t do enough to explore the philosophical issues that were at the heart of classic Trek. But Justin Lin, the director of Star Trek Beyond, told us the new movie is all about debating Starfleet’s philosophies.
When Justin Lin signed on to direct the third Star Trek film, Star Trek Beyond, you knew the action was going to be bigger. But in the first trailer for the film, it really does feel like a Star Trek version of the Fast and Furious.
Director Justin Lin is still hard at work making the next Star Trek film, Star Trek Beyond, with a cast and crew of hundreds. Simultaneously, that cast is continuing its Omaze charity contest with a new video and, in it, they slyly reveal the first new alien from the film.
Following on last year’s beautiful animated short “Duet,” Google just pushed out a sweet little short from Justin Lin, best known as the director of several films from the Fast and Furious franchise.
So the new Star Trek movie finally has a director (Justin Lin) and a release date (July 8, 2016). We're all terrified it's going to be kind of rushed, and maybe kind of dumb. But what's the worst that could happen? I bet we can come up with something. What's the absolute dumbest Star Trek movie plot you can think of?
Whatever happened to Justin Lin's Terminator 5 movie? A couple years ago, the Fast Five director was signed up to take over the Terminator franchise. And hopefully wash the taste of Terminator Salvation out of our mouths.
A fifth (and maybe sixth) installment in the Terminator series seemed like a questionable notion, until maverick producer Megan Ellison (who helped produce True Grit) won a bidding war for the film rights. Since then, we've been cautiously optimistic — but the next Terminator sequel keeps having setbacks.
Indie film financier Megan Ellison has started an all-out bidding war for the Terminator movie rights against Lionsgate. Which means the new Terminator movie could actually be made a studio that isn't merely out to sell licensing rights to Slurpee.
More proof that a real Terminator is hard to kill! Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed on to be in the fifth Terminator flick being directed by Fast Five's Justin Lin. Can this new film wipe Terminator Salvation from our memories forever?