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Good Morning America's entertaiment reporter confirmed that it is Serkis's voice on the teaser for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
As Den of Geek points out, this is a more trustworthy source as the breakfast show is owned by the American Broadcasting Company, which, like Lucas Film, is owned by Disney.
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Star Trek into Darkness is, by and large, a reprocessed version of an earlier film in the series, and your enjoyment of this new film depends almost entirely on your ability to spot links to the old one.
I will say no more for fear of spoiling what others have slightly generously described as “the fun”, which here means cheering things you recognise from another movie.
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The 37-year-old actor served as the officiant of a gay wedding that weekend!Naturally Kirk and Spock are back, and Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto still fit the roles as cosily as their Lycra jumpsuits.(We can only guess at the wholesale discounts Starfleet must receive on petroleum jelly and talcum powder.) Benedict Cumberbatch plays the baddie, a rogue Starfleet officer called John Harrison. Surely a Star Trek villain deserves a more outlandish name than that – like, say, ‘Benedict Cumberbatch’.Although there has been speculation that Max von Sydow, Adam Driver and Benedict Cumberbatch have lent their dulcet tones, film website Hit Fix are claiming that they know for sure that Andy Serkis is behind the microphone.
Drew Mc Weeny at the site writes: "For the record, that is Andy Serkis you hear in the trailer.But think back to the corny romance of that original mission statement, recited by William Shatner on many a rainy school night.