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Sulu Will Be Openly Gay in 'Star Trek Beyond'

By JJ Duncan on
It's a nod to George Takei, who's used his 'Star Trek' fame to advocate for LGBTQ rights for years.Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Thrills, Doesn't Feel Like a 'Star Trek' Movie

By Joe Robberson on
(Paramount) The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? Abrams' fantastic action sequences are genre porn for sci-fi geeks, and Cumberbatch is riveting in villain-mode. In glorious fashion, J.J. Abrams continues to reinvent the campy Star Trek franchise into something it never was before: cool. While Trekkies far and wide may argue this point, the old Star Trek TV series and movie franchise were never close to the pop culture phenomenon something like Star Wars was and it was never as...Read Full Story

Zimbio Exclusive Video: Interview with John Cho of 'A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas'

By Adam Wenger on
John Cho and Kal Penn return to the big screen today in A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, the latest installment in the quirky and outrageous stoner buddy franchise. While Penn made headlines when he briefly gave up acting to become an Associate Director in the White House's Office of Public Engagement, it was Cho who sat down with us at The Ritz-Carlton in downtown San Francisco to chat about his latest film. With a cup of tea in hand and a welcoming grin on his face, it took little...Read Full Story

'A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas' Review

By Adam Wenger on
John Cho, Kal Penn, and Neil Patrick Harris return to the big screen in A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, the latest installment in the quirky and outrageous stoner-buddy franchise. Is it art? No. Is it entertainment? Definitely. This time around, Harold Lee and Kumar Patel don't attend any "bottomless" parties, or wind up in a Cuban prison. But fans of the comically obscene need not worry: the third film in the saga packs plenty of perverted punch. From babies fueled up on cocaine, to...Read Full Story
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