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Fifteen years ago, Trekkies delved into the Star Trek universe by profiling the sci-fi series' rabid fans. Now, Captain Kirk himself is revisiting the concept with his own documentary. William Shatner's Get A Life goes "where no man who wears normals clothes has gone before," and attempts to find a deeper meaning behind the nearly 50-year-old franchise. The documentary premieres, appropriately, at Comic-Con on July 14th.
Although they all made separate appearances in William Shatner's recent documentary The Captains, this weekend's Wizard World Philadelphia marked the first time all five of Star Trek's TV captains -- William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, Kate Mulgrew, and Scott Bakula -- have appeared in public together.
Just when we thought we knew who Benedict Cumberbatch is playing in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel, fellow Trek Simon Pegg has cast some doubt on the all-but-confirmed rumor that Cumberbatch is the legendary villain Khan Noonien Singh.
Pegg, who is reprising his role as Scotty, says, Cumberbatch's character is "not just another disgruntled alien. It's a really interesting ... sort of ... thing. Obviously I can't talk about it."
Although he wouldn't say who the character is, he did explicitly say "It's not Khan. That's a myth."
"I think people just want to have a scoop. It annoys me -- it's beyond the point to just ferret around for spoilers all the time to try to be the first to break them," he added.
People associated with the production, particularly Pegg and Abrams, have been deliberately vague about the movie's villain in interviews. Are they just trying to throw us off the scent, or are the Khan rumors actually false?
Star Trek 2 is due out May 17, 2013.
Shooting has wrapped on J.J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel, and it looks like the director's makeshift wall was effective at stopping more set photos from leaking out.
One little tidbit did slip by, though, courtesy of That's Sweet Dessert Truck. It seems that Zachary "Spock" Quinto and Alice Eve stopped by the truck for a snack while still in costume, and posed for a quick photo.
We still don't know who Eve is playing, but with her pants and belt buckle matching Quinto's in the photo, it seems likely she's part of Starfleet. She also appears to be playing a human character, although (as Blastr points out) she could also be one of Khan's genetically-engineered "Augments."