New International Trailer: Star Trek Into Darkness
Posted March 21, 2013 09:13 AM by Webmaster
Paramount Pictures has released a new international trailer for director J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness. The latest two-minute preview offers additional story details, more information about actor Benedict Cumberbatch's mysterious villain, and quite a bit of previously unseen footage. Star Trek Into Darkness opens in IMAX 3D theaters on May 15th and nationwide on May 17th.
Synopsis: In the wake of a shocking act of terror from within their own organization, the crew of The Enterprise is called back home to Earth. In defiance of regulations and with a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) leads his crew on a manhunt to capture an unstoppable force of destruction and bring those responsible to justice. As our heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friendships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew. Star Trek Into Darkness also stars Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Anton Yelchin, John Cho, Simon Pegg, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Peter Weller.
The film look's wonderful for sure,but i feel they showen too much new stuff in the trailer that we should of never seen.i mean i know u have to get the fan's to love the film but save some more cool stuff for the film.when we see it.other then that i am happy for this film.
I just hope the new Trek film is not going to be another megalomaniac's revenge drama. I enjoyed the first one but this one needs to be different and not just in terms of the visual effects and action scenes.
I have made the effort to avoid all teasers/trailers on this one. The comments above are making it a rather difficult job. The first one (2009) was great. I'm especially interested in seeing how this performs outside the US. Despite being a monster hit in the US, the first one was modest around the world (it only made $127 million).
Man, that far shot of the Enterprise falling gave me chill bumps. I've already requested off for the midnight showing! And it doesn't reveal much more than we've seen in the other trailers. Basically just the same thing with a few different shots.
Iron Eagle 74, I agree with you in some regards, but considering that besides the original Star Trek series, most of the Star Trek canon is not that good. Star Trek the motion picture sucked, Wrath of Khan was cool, Star Trek III and IV were a mess, I liked Star Trek V (I know most people didnt) and aside from some really great next generation episodes, it wasn't that great as a whole. Deep Space Nine and Voyager and Enterprise didn't do it for me either. I can understand why people like them though, I just didn't. I think most of what you said is just your opinion and you say it as if it's fact. I thought the score by Michael Giacchino was vastly superior to James Horners scores (I am a big James horner fan too). You seem like a disgruntled Trekker. I can understand you not liking it, it's your choice and opinion. But your opinion is wrong, and to think people who would defend the newer film are ignorant, is a very ignorant thing to say.
I can't wait to see this. I'm gonna see this at an authentic IMAX theater with 15perf/70mm capability, and in 3D. This will be my first real IMAX 3D film. I've seen digital IMAX movies in 3D, but not real ones.
No attacks, iron eagle 74, just pity for you, so determined to hate that you can't let yourself enjoy a movie that was far superior to seven of the previous ten films. And i say that as a hardcore trekkie since the 70s. This trailer looks great, and i am increasingly hoping benedict is playing a totally new character.
I've been avoiding trailers for some time now. Too much is shown.(Promethous, Avengers, Iron man 3) Based on the comments above, May 15th CANNOT come soon enough!! I'll be there for the midnight show for sure!
Iron Eagle 74: "I will maintain until the day I die that the first movie is an overrated mess. Unfortunately, younger generations don't know what a good movie is because they're used to crap. The 2009 movie is full of cliche after cliche, is guilty of implausible physics(Star Trek has always tried to stay within the realm of what's possible), and had a poorly chosen cast of actors who had no chemistry and in some cases performed laughable caricatures of the original actors' performances of those roles. Did I mention you can plug a black hole with a mining ship?
Anyway, it's obvious that Abrams has created a Star Trek for the younger, mindless generations of today. As is usually the case with most movies today, the focus is more on cgi special effects and 3D. What used to make movies special, the story-telling, acting, and memorable emotion-driving musical scores, are all things of the past. It's a shame, but that's the way it is. I know many of you will attack me for these comments, but I won't blame you. You can't help your ignorance."
I have no beef with you expressing your opinion, even if it's one I don't share. I do, however, object to you characterizing those who don't agree with you as young, mindless ignoramuses. I'm not young (I was just shy of 13 years old when I watched the original broadcast of the first Star Trek episode), I'm not mindless, and I'm not ignorant. And I thought Abrams's Star Trek was an absolute blast.
And seriously..."Star Trek has always tried to stay within the realm of what's possible"? Tell me you're joking. Please.