Former Star Trek 3 writer and director Roberto Orci confirms that he is now only producing the upcoming sequel.
Roberto Orci is rumored to have left the Star Trek 3 directing gig because Paramount wants the sequel to resemble Guardians of the Galaxy.
Roberto Orci reveals that he will still be 'very involved' in the production of Star Trek 3, and denies time travel plot rumors.
According to sources,the Star Trek 3 story is being dumped and is the reason for Roberto Orci's exit.
Roberto Orci has backed away from making his directing debut on Star Trek 3, with Edgar Wright rumored to replace him.
Roberto Orci's commitment to directing Star Trek 3 has forced him to pull out of his producing duties on Lionsgate's Power Rangers.
Power Rangers executive producer Roberto Orci insists he will not ruin the franchise, and is open to cameos from the original stars.
Writer Roberto Orci hints that Sony isn't sure what to do with The Amazing Spider-Man 3 or its spin-offs at this time.
Roberto Orci says he won't be confirmed to direct Star Trek 3 until Paramount signs off on the script.
Filmmaker Roberto Orci hopes that Star Trek 3 will feature a new alien species living in deep space, while the characters moving closer to their origins in the TV show.
Patrick McKay and John D. Payne are helping the director write this sci-fi sequel with J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burke and David Ellison producing.
J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot team have been lobbying Paramount hard on this controversial choice.
J.J. Abrams is in favor of this, but Paramount is being cautious as they don't want to hand the franchise over to a first time director.
The challenge is turning these villains into anti-heroes, making them somewhat likable. OsCorp will be the link that ties it all together.
Writer-producer Roberto Orci teases early plans to create a franchise with classic Universal monsters. Will we see Frankenstein Vs. Van Helsing next?
The writing trio behind next summer's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 have been brought back for the third installment starring Andrew Garfield.
Plus, visual effects supervisor Roger Guyett will be on hand to answer fans' questions starting at 7:30 PM PT tonight.
Co-writer Damon Lindelof is not returning to write the follow-up to this summer's blockbuster Star Trek Into Darkness.
This 4 issue mini-series will lead directly into the upcoming sequel, with a story from Roberto Orci and Mike Johnson.
The Star Trek 2 writer-producers will look for a new screenwriter to adapt this children's fantasy novel set in a world where dragons exist.