Roberto Orci

Back in October, we told you about the plans of Star Trek scribes Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, who are looking to revive and reboot the 29-years gone CBS show Hawaii Five-o. Now at least, we know who might be saying “Book ‘em, Dano.”

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The good folks over at Latino Review have filed an interesting little report this evening, from one of their linguistically confused scoopers. According to the report, Fringe producers and Star Trek scribes Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman have secured the rights to the comic franchise Locke and Key.

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What does that mean? I explore a few possible ways it could be different and invite you to do the same.

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Reviewing Star Trek on Blu-ray was such an all-encompassing, enjoyable experience, I had to fight to find the right words to describe it. Luckily, about 1600 of them just popped into my head.

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Let’s get retro. It’s been 29 years since Hawaii Five-O wrapped for CBS, and that’s 29 years too long.

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If you’re the writing team of Fringe, how do you follow up that amazing season finale? Come on in, I’ll tell you how…

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Could the team that brought up Star Trek be partnering with the team that brought us Iron Man? Downey Jr is already on board and Favreau might just be signing on the dotted line soon enough for aliens in the Old West.

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Spielberg Tops EW

Variety is reporting that Steven Spielberg is “seriously considering” directing a movie about the fictional secret agent known as Matt Helm, created by Donald Hamilton.

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When J.J. Abrams stepped onto the red carpet at this year’s Saturn Awards, he had to know that Star Trek questions were coming. Luckily, he has all the answers about a possible sequel.

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With Transformers 2, Michael Bay doesn’t pretend he’s making anything but a silly blow’em-up kids movie overflowing with eye candy, and we’re all better off for it.

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Judging by their output for Star Trek, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, and The Proposal all in one summer, it seems like screenwriters Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman don’t sleep. And they won’t get to anytime soon. We caught them not napping in order to ask them about writing for Michael Bay and their upcoming Cowboys and Aliens.

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Skids and Mudflap

Screenwriters of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen were not happy about the way two characters were presented within the film.

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Today brings us a host of updates for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Just days after we saw the release of the full trailer, we now have some cool new character posters and an extended plot synopsis.

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Star Trek fans in Austin were treated to a surprise screening of J.J. Abrams’ new Trek reboot. And of course we were there to see it all go down. Now that we’ve had a chance to calm down, we’re ready to bring you our first spoiler-free review of the film. Just make sure to clean up your mess when you’re done reading.

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Star Trek Sequel Abrams

Paramount is yelling, ‘go, go, go!’ for a sequel to one of the most anticipated films of the Summer. The franchise is no surprise, but they’ve already locked in three writers.

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Gather ’round my friends for the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen updates that never end. Well, at least until about a month after the film comes out, that is.

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In a recent interview with MTV, director J.J. Abrams assured fans that there is nothing silly about his Star Trek movie — except that little scene where Captain Kirk becomes The Nutty Professor.

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TV News: Fringe, United States of Tara, Terminator

There is, like, tons of TV-related news happening in the wee hours of the morning, so I figured it wouldn’t hurt to get all out of the way in one article.

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Eagle Eye

Speaking of long stories people shouldn’t subjected to, Eagle Eye came out in theaters on Friday. Let’s just say, the Logic Nazi on this project really screwed the pooch.

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/Film has been nice enough to highlight some questions that have been answered by co-screenwriter Roberto Orci. He’s been answering questions that have been asked on the TFW2005 forums, so if you get a chance, head on over there and ask him a question of your own!

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