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Zoe Saldana Will Be Star Trek's Uhura!

September 18, 2007 (4:35 am) GMT
The "Guess Who" star is reported to be in final negotiations for the role.

It appears that the last month's scoop from TrekMovie.com indeed rings true. News by The Hollywood Reporter has just stated is now in final negotiations to board highly-anticipated flick "" as Lt. Uhura, the chief communications officer on the USS Enterprise.

If deals are inked, the actress will officially join the likes of , , and , who have all been confirmed for the project with Yelchin playing the young Pavel Chekov while Quinto and Nimoy becoming the young and older version of Spock, the Enterprise's Science and First Officer, respectively.

Left to cast, therefore, are the key roles of Dr. Leonard McCoy, Sulu, Scotty and obviously, Captain James T. Kirk. Early rumors previously linked to the latter part, but they were later smashed since the actor in fact was too old for the slot, which supposedly has the Enterprise's third captain in his twenties.

Zaldana, a New Jersey native of Afro-Dominican descent, made her big screen debut in the 2000 ballet movie "Center Stage" to then land her subsequent roles in "Crossroads", "Drumline", and "", among others. Currently filming James Cameron's "", she next can be seen in thriller flick "", slated to open in theaters on February 15, 2008.

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