Edgar Wright Directed One Shot in ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’

‘The World's End’ filmmaker shared a photo from his day on the set of director J.J. Abrams' highly-anticipated sci-fi sequel.
BY |
Edgar Wright Directed One Shot in ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’

Last month, The World's End director Edgar Wright teased on his Twitter account that he directed one shot from another summer movie. While, at the time, he said he would "probably never tell," the filmmaker revealed today that this mystery movie is none other than Star Trek Into Darkness. Check out the photo, along with the director's tweets.

Star Trek Into Darkness

Since that mystery has been solved, all that remains is what exact shot did Edgar Wright direct? Judging from the sets behind him, it appears to be on the Klingon's home planet of Kronos. Will the filmmaker reveal exactly what shot he directed once Star Trek Into Darkness opens in theaters next week? Stay tuned to find out.

Edgar Wright's The World's End, which he co-wrote with Star Trek Into Darkness star Simon Pegg, hits theaters nationwide on August 23.

Star Trek Into Darkness was released May 17th, 2013.

Sources:Edgar Wright

Best of the Web

Around The Web


Popular Movies