STAR TREK: BEYOND? – AMC Movie News

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As many of you know, a new STAR TREK movie is on the way and it appears we MIGHT have a new title for it. According to various reports, Paramount Pictures has registered the name STAR TREK: BEYOND with the Motion Picture Association of America. The third installment of the STAR TREK franchise is set to hit AMC Theatres on July 8th 2016. Buy or sell that STAR TREK: BEYOND will be the official title of the new STAR TREK movie?

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Comments

KlingonCaptain says:

It’s the Star Trek/Batman cross over we have always wanted.

Georges Papageorgiou says:

I’m so happy Simon pegg is helping write the script

William Daniels says:

It’s probably just a working title. If I had my pick it would be titled
Star Trek: The Space Beyond. 

Corey Pack says:

I hope this becomes the “007:SkyFall” or the “Return of the King” of the
trilogy! With a deep, thought-provoking and intelligently-written plot with
dazzling action sequences and visual effects, and a memorable and awesome
villain! Maybe the villains in this one could be the Borg or an original
villain that is just as epic, riveting, and ground-breaking as Ricardo
Montalban’s portrayal of “Kahn” from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn!

CIarKent says:

The Borg will assimilate Spock and turn him into Spocutus of Borg

StrawB0ss says:

I’d definitely go see Star Trek: The Pursuit of Booty.

Ahvi303 says:

I’m all for this. It seems like a fitting title especially when you
consider the fact that they want deviate away from subtitles and instead
make the titles continuous (hence Star Trek Into Darkness and now possibly
Star Trek Beyond).

Matthew Jones says:

I’d prefer Star Trek: Where no one has gone before as a title then Star
Trek: Beyond. Since now they are breaking away from the way the original
movies went while still giving a nod to the Star Trek series.

Mega-Buster Shepard says:

I hope this one at least is memorable. Its not that I hate the reboot Star
Treks but they are very shallow and the characters are forgettable. It
doesn’t leave a lasting impact. I’m not opposed to them being action movies
either but they aren’t something you want to revisit again and again. They
don’t have much of a shelf life. It needs to have an impact, I’m not even
saying they have to return to the old star trek formula. But they need a
story and performance that will stick with you otherwise they’ll become the
sci fi equivalent of those disaster movies no one talks about anymore. 

Chris says:

Ashley Mova is absolutely gorgeous. …I paused at 0:05. Did not get to see
the rest

spock817 says:

I think they should do a movie based on an episode from original series
that they haven’t done yet 

FUCKIN' MOVIES!!!! says:

Speaking of titles, remember when everyone said Batman V Superman was gonna
be titled Man of Steel: Knightfalls? It always seems like the “leaked” or
“possible” titles for films are always possible are better than the ones we
actually get when the film is released.

SuperGomwe says:

Its a cool title but remember that WB supposedly registered 8 titles for
what ended up becoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Pixel Foundry says:

Star Trek versus Star Wars. Kappa

PJ Maher says:

Star Trek Into The Light

FUCKIN' MOVIES!!!! says:

Speaking of titles, remember when everyone said Batman V Superman was gonna
be titled Man of Steel: Knightfalls? It always seems like the “leaked” or
“possible” titles for films are always possible are better than the ones we
actually get when the film is released.

Taylor Huston says:

I don’t think “Star Trek: Beyond” is a good title. I can buy it if it is a
cartoon, but not for a live-action film. Call it something else.

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