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Release Date: May 8, 2009 (North America)

Genres: Action, Science Fiction, Sequel          MPAA Rating: PG-13

Production Phase: Released

Studio: Paramount Pictures   Production Company: Bad Robot

Who's In It: Chris Pine (James T. Kirk), Zachary Quinto (Spock), Leonard Nimoy (Older Spock), Karl Urban (Leonard "Bones" McCoy), Eric Bana (Nero)

Who's Making It: J.J. Abrams (Director), Roberto Orci (Screenwriter), Alex Kurtzman (Screenwriter), J.J. Abrams (Producer), Damon Lindelof (Producer)

Premise: In the twilight years of his career, Ambassador Spock sets out to prevent the timeline from being altered by a Romulan infidel named Nero who seeks to kill the Federation's greatest starship captain, James T.... More »

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What We Think: After four films featuring the cast of The Next Generation, Paramount's Star Trek franchise needed a new infusion of creativity and is seeking to do just that by looking back to the days of Kirk, Spock and... More »

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Sunday, March 1, 2009

At the IDW Publishing panel at Wondercon held today one of the panelists may have inadvertently blown a minor spoiler for the new Trek movie. Latino Review had an amigo at the panel and gave a report on what was said.

According to the site one of the panelists said that the fourth and final issue of the Star Trek prequel comic, which is set a few years after Star Trek: Nemesis, ends on a cliffhanger and that situation leads in to how the movie opens...

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Friday, February 27, 2009

Total Film has a new image from Star Trek showing Kirk and Spock on the bridge looking at the big mug of Romulan Nero on the ship's viewscreen. Is the Enterprise viewscreen 3G compat?

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Friday, February 20, 2009

In an article profiling Paramount's past and upcoming promotional efforts for their new Star Trek movie, The Hollywood Reporter reveals some of the things we'll be seeing to hype up the flick like Barbie dolls, a Burger King tie-in and board games. There's also a tiny bit about what kind of thematic elements we'll see in the new Trek trailer attached to Watchmen (it will "highlight the emotional aspects of Kirk's story,") and the fifth and final major spot will "reach out to families who saw and liked such similar PG-13 fantasies as Indiana Jones and Transformers."

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Saturday, January 31, 2009

Auto insurance company Esurance has a short featurette promoting the Star Trek movie. If you've been paying attention to what's been shown off before then don't worry, there's no new footage from the film to see. What is new are some soundbites from J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burke, Damon Lindelof, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman talking about how great the movie is and how it's been made to be open to everyone. But does this featurette answer the big question: can Esurance lower our car insurance?

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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Now Sci Fi Wire has three official photos showing off the upcoming Playmates line of action figures. We have good views of Kirk, Spock, McCoy (in both cadet and Starfleet uniform), old Spock, Nero, Uhura, Scotty and Sulu.

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Thursday, January 22, 2009

USA Today has our first look at two of the forthcoming Playmates sets as well as a better look at the communicator toy and the USS Enterprise toy. You can look at the Playmates' bridge to the left (price is $25 which is definately affordable) and at the link you'll be able to check out the transporter toy ($30).

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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Toy News International breaks the first ever photo of the Playmates Kirk action figure. That's supposed to look like Chris Pine? Really?

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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Three of the movie props used in Star Trek are now on display at the Leonov booth inside the Consumer Electronics Show taking place at Las Vegas. The trio of future gadgets include Uhura's communications device (that thing she sticks in her ear), Bones' medical tricorder and Kirk's communicator. Of the group it's the tricorder that has the most radical redesign in Abrams' vision of Trek but we're also wondering what that circle that looks like a bubble viewscreen on the communicator is for.

TrekMovie has a nice res photo of the three inside their display case (and that's where we got our close-up of Kirk's 23rd century iPhone.)

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Friday, January 2, 2009

We've added three new photos to our second gallery of Star Trek images. Well, technically it's two new images -- one of Kirk, Sulu and Chief Engineer Olson in a shuttlecraft, the other of Spock standing in front of the Enterprise's viewscreen -- and then replaced our older (and smaller) image of our first look at the Enterprise with a much larger, high-res version.

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Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Two days ago J.J. Abrams posted a message on his Facebook group for the Star Trek movie. "We're just making final tweaks to the movie -- we should be totally locked next week. Then we're going to flash-freeze it so it's totally fresh for you in May," the director said. "I can't wait for you to see the movie. The cast is awesome. The action and effects pushed the stunt team and ILM beyond their limits. I'm so grateful to this cast and crew -- and to all of you for your interest and patience. We'll continue to update this page with new info and exclusives, so check back when you think of it. In the meantime, have a happy, healthy, fun holiday!"

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Thursday, December 18, 2008

We have sad news for fans of Star Trek: Majel Barrett-Roddenberry has passed away. Widow of the creator of Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry, as well as a supporting cast member of the original 1960s series and The Next Generation. Barrett-Roddenberry also supplied the voice of the Enterprise computer (and in later Star Trek spinoffs her voice became known as the one said by Federation computers.) It was just last week the news broke that she would reprise her role as the familiar voice of the Enterprise in the 11th Star Trek feature.

She died of leukemia at the age of 76.

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Thursday, December 11, 2008

There will be a second familiar presence in the new Star Trek movie that fans of the original series will recognize, even though she won't be seen in the film at all. Variety reports that Majel Barrett-Roddenberry will reprise her role as the voice for the U.S.S. Enterprise's computer in the new Trek film. It's a part that she's played throughout four TV Trek shows and three previous movies.

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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

In an exclusive interview with, Star Trek co-writer Roberto Orci talked at length and spilled some new minor details about some of the secondary characters you will see in the movie. For starters Orci revealed that all of the background material that is being shown on the movie's official website is being written directly by Orci and others on the movie's team and therefore is the next best thing to being accepted as on-screen canon.

Orci also revealed some minor spoilers:

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Orci also said that the film is presently being mixed for sound effects and that he has seen a rough cut of the film from start to finish almost entirely without any of the special effects.


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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

A special internet only version of the recently released Star Trek trailer has debuted courtesy of Ain't It Cool News and it includes one very important new piece of footage: the first look of Leonard Nimoy playing the older Spock. The most famous Vulcan of all appears at the end of the trailer so keep watching all the way through and you will be rewarded. It's available in three formats, 480p, 720p and 1080p.

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Friday, November 21, 2008

Paramount has released two more new black-and-white one-sheets featuring Uhura and Nero in close-up awesomeness. The parents of Zoe Saldana and Eric Bana must be very proud.

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The love that the online reviews have given this movie have me officially excited to see it.

Ricco Suave

Not a big Star Trek fan, but I'll see this based on Simon Pegg being in it alone.


I just watched the trailer again. Not feeling it.


Hey Patrick, your "Who's In It?" tag needs to include mention of Simon Pegg as Scotty.

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