If “Star Trek Into Darkness” screenwriter Damon Lindelof could go back in time through some wormhole, there’s one major change he’d make to the script.
“I think (director) J,J. Abrams very carefully and decidedly walks the line between allowing audiences to have what they expect from cinema, which is to have these paradigms but also to try to slightly adjust tired stereotypes.
“So he gives us strength. And he does it for men, too. There's vulnerability in all humanity and that vulnerability doesn't just belong to women. “
Did you notice “that every man in this movie cries,” she added.