After months of speculation and speculation, we finally have a new name for the upcoming “Star Wars” movie.
“Star Trek Into Darkness” is the name of the new movie, which will debut on December 13, 2018, and will star John Cho, who previously played Captain Kirk in the hit television series “Star Search.”
The movie will also include new characters and characters that were not in the original trilogy.
“We wanted to bring this new era to life,” says director Justin Lin, who is also a producer on the film.
“John is an incredibly talented actor, he has a fantastic acting range and he brings a lot of energy and a lot to the character.”
Cho will also play Sulu, the Starfleet officer who has been serving the U.S.
S Enterprise since the late 20th century.
He also plays Dr. Phlox, who serves as the first doctor to treat the stranded crew of the USS Enterprise-D.
“I’m thrilled to be joining this team and I am looking forward to working with the filmmakers,” Cho tells EW.
Cho was one of the stars of the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation.
The character has been revived for the new “Star War” movie, starring George Takei as Admiral Thrawn, played by the actor Anthony Rapp.
“It’s so exciting to be in a world that is so different from what we know and love, and to have a chance to be part of that journey,” Cho says.
“For me personally, I can’t wait to get back into this place.”
“Star wars” is set to hit theaters on Dec. 12, 2018.
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