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Tweet This is from the Star Trek Movie Page on Facebook :  AN OFFICIAL MESSAGE FROM JJ ABRAMS Share Yesterday at 3:51pm Dear All Those Who Checked Out the Trek Trailer on Facebook: THANK YOU! We’re just making final tweaks to the movie — we should be totally locked next week. Then we’re going to flash-freeze it so it’s totally fresh for you in May. I can’t wait for you to see the movie. The cast is awesome. The action and effects pushed the stunt team and ILM beyond their limits....

Tweet I just happened upon this account of a Star Trek Movie press event attended by Dave Itzkoff of the New York Times.  J.J. Abrams was the host, and four clips from the upcoming blockbuster were shown.  This is the “meat” of what Itzkoff reported (spoilers):   1. The young James T. Kirk (played by Chris Pine) is drinking forlornly at a bar in 23rd century Iowa (where they still serve Budweiser). Without much success, he flirts with a young Starfleet recruit named Uhura (Zoe Saldana) and picks a fight...

Tweet  Well four days ago I had this music in a dream then in my head I could not figure out how it got there. It was sci-fi like and could either be in a horror movie or a sci-fi flim. Then I saw the second Star Trek trailer, and it was that music. I kid you not. The second Star Trek trailer reveals a movie that will be a sure-fire hit. J.J. Abrams, who directed the movie and co-produced it, and his staff aimed for a mix of realism and Star Trek and hit it right on the money. I do hope we can see William Shatner in it,...

Tweet Is J.J. Abrams upcoming Cloverfield movie really a remake of the 1953 “Beast from 20,000 Fathoms”? Blogger Adam Polselli sure thinks so and he gives seven very good reasons why. All of them neatly tie together the Cloverfield story. Whatever the case, it’s going to be a hell of a movie. ...

Tweet In the latest part of what is just an amazing marketing process for a film, J.J. Abrams, the producer of the upcoming movie “Cloverfield” has invited people like you and me to grab a widget for themselves. You can get one here below this and every post. It contains a brief by Abrams and some great scenes from what promises to be an awesome movie. Click on the widget below, and grab one for your blog or website! ...

Tweet Yep. Now, there a monstrous ROAR that plays on the website for J.J. Abrams monster movie and after about six to 15 minutes of time. Actually it took 20 minutes for me; I forgot about it by the time it happened! ...

Tweet The Internet’s real devoid of new buzz surrounding J.J. Abrams movie to be called Overnight. But what’s rather annoying is the large number of false reports, time-wasting clue-hunts, and other related crap in terms of videos and fake websites that have sprung up. The one person really making a killing from this is Abrams, who gets the award for Buzz-Maker of the Year! ...

Tweet In this video taken at the San Diego Comic-Con, J.J. Abrams, the producer of the upcoming “ Cloverfield ” movie does say that the movie is not a Godzilla remake. He explains that he was in Japan with his son and in buying toys considered that America really doens’t have its own terrible giant monster, with the exception of King Kong. This movie’s going to change that. He also gives some updates — real good updates — about Star Trek XI ...

Tweet Ok. Here’s yet another clue for the upcoming but still officially untitled “Cloverfield” monster movie due for release 1-18-08. It’s the fifth photo in the moving set of what’s becoming a mess over at the 1-18-08.com website. It’s more cryptic than the fourth Cloverfield clue , which had a military guy holding a gun, indicating something big was — litterally — up. ...

Tweet Or whatever the heck it’s called. I just know that there’s a new photo up at the 1-18-08 website. It’s time is noted as 1:24 AM. So there’s a pattern — a story pattern developing here. More info here. ...

Tweet Yep. There’s a great update provided by the New York Post. Just go back to our original post for more information and photos. ...

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Tweet Ok, I’m going to go on a small rant regarding these clue seekers who are so myopic in their focus they can’t tell a product placement from a clue. First, Slusho is a product. Yes, it appeared in Alias. Yes, it’s logo is seen on someone’s t-shirt in the Cloverfield trailer . But does this make it a clue? Hell no! The definition of a Clue is “Something that serves to guide or direct in the solution of a problem or mystery.” So how does a website called Slusho lead is to the solution...

Tweet As promised by producer J.J. Abrams, the Cloverfield project would have a number of online clues. Here’s the latest one: an ominous photo of two women walking in what appears to be soot. What? For more information, click here to check our main post on Cloverfield. ...

Tweet By now, everyone’s trying to figure out all of the clues and spend sleepless nights working out formulas and math problems, and all to figure out what J.J Abrams new movie code named “Cloverfield” really is. Well, stop right here. Cloverfield is Godzilla. Take a look at the video and think about this: why go through all of this secrecy for a monster you’ve never seen before? Now, in the case of Godzilla we’ve seen him before and the 1998 version, set in New York City, was a huge let-down...

Tweet UPDATE: Cloverfield Characters revealed in trailer! UPDATE – Five Days Before Opening, New Trailer This is going to be the greatest monster movie ever, and it’s not even out until 1-18-2008. It’s a secret project with the codename Cloverfield, is produced by J.J. Abrams and Matt Reeves is directing, and has this website: 1-18-08.com , and can be seen with the movie transformers. But I’ve made a new trailer based on the clip. It’s got a starting soundtrack that will make your blood...

Tweet I just read that William Shatner, who played Star Trek’s Captain Kirk for so many decades in television and movies, will not be in the new Star Trek Movie (Star Trek XI) helmed by J.J Abrams. Shatner says he got the news from Leonard Nimoy, who read the script and informed him that he has a part, but Bill does not. He’s mentioned in the script, but there’s no part. That’s weird to me. There’s no way they can make a Star Trek movie with Spock and not Kirk. Here’s the video from Shatnervision...