Take a look at the above photos of John Cho and Zoe Saldana on the set of the new Star Trek sequel, via TrekMovie. Check out what they're wearing under the regulation black Bad Robot parkas (which all castmembers wear on set, to cover up their costumes.)
Nimoy for T5! The game Yoostar was demonstrated at E3 this week. In the video game you get to replace the actor in a select number of films, like The Terminator. Watch Leonard Nimoy stand in for Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Who will be the big screen's next Sigourney Weaver? We've had a few years now without any great action movies starring women, but 2010 could be the year this changes. Here are six picks for the action heroines of tomorrow.
We caught up with Star Trek/Avatar star Zoe Saldana this past weekend at Wondercon, and she told us to expect a lot of surprises in the next Trek. And she hopes to see a deepening of the Spock-Uhura romance.
This fascinating behind the scenes look at Avatar is like a crash course in motion-capture, in which James Cameron breaks down his favorite scene in the film and shows you how it was created. And there's tons of new footage.
Zoe Saldana's blue-skinned Avatar creature? All is answered in these short videos that gives each character and actor some additional screen time to reveal more footage, behind-the-scenes secrets... and a crop of spoilers.
Two posters have been released from upcoming space epics. One is a skin-peeling look into the dark, horrific world of Pandorum. The other shows us the alien creature that Zoe Saldana will be transformed into in James Cameron's Avatar.
What does it take for women to get brilliant action-hero roles in Hollywood? Sigourney Weaver, Zoe Saldana, Eliza Dushku and Elizabeth Mitchell talked about heroic archetypes, and what it takes to get to wear pants when jumping between tall buildings.