Weekend Box-Office Results: 'Star Trek’s' Warp Core Has Malfunctioned, Fails To Bring In More Than Predecessor
Star Trek Into Darkness was this week’s biggest film and the sequel to a franchise reboot produced by J.J. Abrams. The guy has his hand all over television with Fringe, Revolution, Alias, and plenty others and has made a solid career as a director with Mission: Impossible III and Super 8. I don’t want to say that he’s struggling with bringing people to see Star Trek but it does feel that way. While the film did place first with $70.5 million this weekend, I can’t help but feel Star Trek in this generation doesn’t really appeal to a mass audience.