Tag Archives: Star Trek Into Darkness

WATCH: Benedict Cumberbatch Dominates New ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Trailer

OK, so we’ve seen what he looks like in the movie and we’ve heard him speak, but until a few hours ago, no one was quite sure what or who John Harrison is, apart from Benedict Cumberbatch’s character in Star Trek ...

PHOTO: Close Up Look at Benedict Cumberbatch in ‘Star Trek Intro Darkness’

Star Trek Into Darkness hits theaters on May 17, 2013 and as we get closer to the premiere date we get closer and closer to the characters themselves. This close up shot of Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) as villain John Harrison gives ...

First Look: ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Benedict Cumberbatch Photos

Paramount has released new images from J.J. Abram‘s forthcoming film Star Trek Into Darkness (May 17).

Benedict Cumberbatch Delivers ‘Star Trek’ Line

MTV News caught up with Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch at last night’s (1/13) Golden Globe Awards. Cumberbatch was nominated (alas, he didn’t win) and you could tell he was hyped for the night.

Full ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Trailer Hits the Web

On the heels of the Benedict Cumberbatch-narrated Star Trek Into Darkness teaser we saw back on December 6 and the nine-minute sneak peek shown during The Hobbit‘s opening weekend in IMAX 3D theaters, Paramount has released a full ...

WATCH: ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Trailer (With Cumberbatch Narration)

And now… without any further ado… with no more fanfare than the merest pfft of a trumpeter’s lips, a pursing of his embouchure simply to impede the tiniest of sighs, without even lifting his instrument from the case; ...

Five British Locations For An Alien Invasion That Are NOT London

This is part of a poster for the new Star Trek movie, showing a half-destroyed city skyline from the future, with some very interesting buildings dotted about. Over on the left there, you can see one that looks like an unexploded bomb, ...

Benedict Cumberbatch is a Double Winner at the TVChoice Awards

Benedict Cumberbatch can do no wrong in our eyes. And, apparently, we’re not the only ones who think so.