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Secrets of the "Star Trek" sequel
With the "Star Trek" DVD and Blu-ray hitting shelves this past week the talent behind the beloved reboot found themselves confronted by the pesky press regarding the highly anticipated sequel.
According to producers and screenwriters Robert Orci and Damon Lindelof the tone of the new movie will stay "positive," but director J.J. Abrams notes the team is still "beginning to talk about what the story would be." (that means they still haven't begun writing a screenplay yet). One thing the trio did agree on is the story would strengthen the relationships between Kirk, Spock and the rest of the crew.
For more on what Abrams, Orci and star Karl Urban (aka Bones) are thinking about the sequel, click here.