Skip to comments.Latest Star Trek Into Darkness trailer promises an intense battle of wills (Video at Link)
Posted on 03/21/2013 8:17:28 AM PDT by Perdogg
Up till now, Star Trek Into Darkness has promised us lots of destruction and mayhem, but this new trailer promises us something different: a Kirk who's on a tear, and a villain who's genuinely affronted by Kirk's actions.
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Sorry, I can’t get over now watching Spock and thinking that he’s a turd burglar.
I can’t seem to get past the first image . . . nom nom nom nom nom
I, Claudius was on the other weekend, I was able to get it out of my mind that Derek Jacobi was gay.
by the way, Patrick Stewart (Picard) is Serjanus in that series.
Spock is not a homosexual, I do not know about Leonard Nimoy.
The guy playing him in the new one is.
Patrick Stewart (Picard) is Serjanus in that series - with hair too!;)
Then you’re really not going to like the new scene with the Vulcan “butt-meld”.
Bad guy surrounds himself with red shirts? That’s not very smart.
Nah, this was in production before Skyfall came out. I’d say that both Skyfall and Into Darkness are taking a cue from the same material, Chris Nolan’s Batman trilogy.
Nimoy has been married twice.
Sandra Zober (19541987; divorced; 2 children)
Susan Bay (1988present)
Looks good to me.
BTW, It just hit me while I was watching that preview: Star Trek is like James Bond. We will be treated to movies every year or two for possibly many decades.
Same with Star Wars.
Get with the times dude! It's not Leonard Nimoy anymore...it's some guy named Zach Quinto (I think) and he is publicly gay.
Regarding the trailer, I liked it. There are plenty of Star Trek fans that think it ought to be about people sitting in conference rooms talking out their problems, and then having a drink in the lounge while they talk about their problems until finally solving their problems by invoking some magic fake technology at the last second which leads to everyone agreeing that talking is better than fighting. But not me, I grew up watching the old show in reruns in the 70s and I'll take good old fashioned space adventure over new-age pop psychology and technobabble baloney any day.
In before the mandatory...”What is this crap? I never watch the movies and you shouldn’t either!” posts.
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