Thursday, October 16, 2008

New Star Trek Heroes grace Entertainment Weekly

Zachary Quinto as Spock and Chris Pine as James T. Kirk will grace the cover of the Oct 24th Entertainment Weekly magazine in the US.

November will be the month that the incredibly effective veil of secrecy will be lifted on next May's Star Trek movie.

There will soon be a new full theatrical trailer with actual footage from the film according to a source speaking with TrekMovie. It is expected that the exterior of the Enterprise will be shown, as well as the Enterprise bridge.

Source: ISEB, Trekmovie

7 comments:

Bruce Russell said...

Shiny!

adolfo said...

The pair has three children between them: Lourdes, 12, Madonna's daughter from her relationship with actor and personal trainer Carlos Leon.
______________
adolfo
Internet Marketing

Cubaboy said...

This looks like a cover of Gay Times.....a publication which I only get for the articles....well if you know a good way to get grass stains out of leather chaps I'd like to hear it!!

Constance said...

Ugh! I'm so fed up with you people and the gay thing! They don't look gay! They look "Hollywood." You know, all buffed and made up and well lit and retouched. Kirk is definitely wearing lip color in that picture. And blush. And it looks like Spock is wearing bronzer.

What puzzles me is the sub headline "Eminem: Exclusive Excerpt of his new memoir." How can you be born in 1972 and already be writing a memoir?

And, because you asked although I'm sure it was just for dramatic effect and not that you actually want to know, the answer is saddle soap.

sith apologist said...

Obviously not a sports fan, eh, Constance?
Many football (soccer) players have memoir/autobiographies out by age 23/24. Very disturbing; I mean, who buys them?

constance said...

My knowledge of football and footballers comes entirely from watching "Footballer's Wives." I can guess that the production of these memoirs is all about the Benjamins, (Queen Elizabeths?) and masses of children end up with them.

Civilian Overseer said...

The funny thing about "Footballer's Wives" is about how accurate and true to life it is. ;)