Star Trek 2 Details Revealed by the Cast and Crew

Star Trek 2 has incredible 3D scenes says Chris Pine
Star Trek 2 has incredible 3D scenes says Chris Pine
Star Trek 2 cast members Chris Pine, Noel Clarke, and writer-producer Alex Kurtzman recently revealed new tidbits about this highly-anticipated 3D sequel.

Chris Pine spoke with Ain't It Cool.com and spoke about the amazing 3D sequences.

"The movie is relentless, and for the visually inclined people who want to see major sequences, there are a couple specifically that I think... I'm not a huge 3-D fan, but I think will be incredible. But what I'm more excited about and what I think they did so well is that really the story is that much better, and the journey that these guys go on is that much more, and what they always talked about is that even though they're a crew from what we know about the original team, the fun of getting there is following that journey to where they become that tight-knit crew. It's no fun if they're already a tight-knit crew. So suffice it to say, they're still learning how to get along."


Writer-producer Alex Kurtzman talked with The Hollywood Reporter about how this Enterprise crew is still finding their stride.

"The assumption that we did not want to make was that just because he's in the chair and they're on the bridge together that they're the crew that you remember from the original series. They're not - the crew from the original series had gone on many, many journeys, they were a well-oiled machine in terms of how they function, and these characters are still figuring out who they are and who they are to each other. And I did not want to jump so far ahead that we missed a really important emotional connection to that transition for them."


Finally, actor Noel Clarke spoke with Digital Spy, and teased that he knew the title of the film, but would not reveal it.

"Yes, obviously. Am I going to tell you? No.


Star Trek 2 comes to theaters May 17th, 2013 and stars Zoe Saldana, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Benedict Cumberbatch, Anton Yelchin, Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, John Cho. The film is directed by J.J. Abrams.


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