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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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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Coming Soon has an exclusive report of new Trek movie footage shown in New York City. Abrams was on hand to talk about the reason why he decided to direct the film (citing the script by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman) before dimming the lights and showing four never-before-scenes to the room of journalists and Paramount executives While no major spoilers are contained in Coming Soon's article it does reveal a handful of plot points as well as the death of a minor character so proceed with caution.

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Monday, November 17, 2008

Apple is now hosting the latest and also the second trailer for Star Trek. The new trailer certainly delivers more action than the teaser that came out last summer; after setting the stage with an opening showing the pre-teen Kirk jumping out of a moving car, it leaps to the future where an older Kirk stares wistfully at the Enterprise being assembled in a shipyard on Earth, then cascades into a lightning-fast series of shots.

Multiple sizes of the trailer are available.

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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

To quote one Khan Noonian Singh, "There she is!" The first reveal of the redesigned U.S.S. Enterprise for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek movie has appeared courtesy of Entertainment Weekly. At first glance and to the average person this latest version of the Enterprise doesn't appear to be all that different from the ship that appeared in the first six Trek films. However, knowledgable Starfleet personnel will see that the engines are slightly different, having a larger and more streamlined undercarriage at the forward part of them. As well, the ship's blue deflector dish is different from the red-hued saucer remembered from the 1960s TV series.

EW also has a quote from Abrams to go with their debut of the NCC-1701. "The coolest thing about [the Enterprise]  -- maybe the coolest thing in [the 1979 Star Trek movie] -- was when you flew around the ship, you could see all the different panels that made up the ship. It was the first time I had ever seen that level of attention, that love of detail, given to the tangible, practical reality of the ship."

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Monday, November 10, 2008

Paramount has brought out two more teaser posters, this time showing us the mugs of the new Kirk and Spock and presented in black and white. Naturally we've added them to our poster gallery.

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Sunday, November 9, 2008

The new Star Trek trailer that's promised to come out in theaters this Friday has been seen and reported upon by readers of AICN. The trailer begins by showing a young teenage boy recklessly speeding down a dirt road pursued by a police bike. Before the muscle car careens off the side of a cliff the young lad jumps out. The police officer approaches him and ask who he is, to which the boy answers "James Tiberius Kirk!"

Read the rest of the trailer description right here!

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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Now it's Empire magazine's turn. That British-based monthly has a Star Trek cover story which shows Pine and Quinto mimicing the stance of the original Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock in a promotional photo for the original Trek TV series. There's also three new stills inside the pages of Empire: Kirk, Sulu and an unknown Starfleet officer are wearing armor and stationed inside protective restraints inside what appears to be a shuttlecraft; Spock standing in front of the Enterprise's main viewscreen, providing us with a better look at what looks to be some kind of holographic overlay integrated into the screen; and a better close-up of Zoe Saldana's Uhura.

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Friday, October 17, 2008

The new issue of Entertainment Weekly not only features Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine as Spock and Kirk from the new Star Trek movie on its cover but also contains a story about the film too. Most of the EW piece covers what we already know but there are some new factoids revealed:

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As well, there are a trio of never-before-seen photos showing us Kirk and McCoy as cadets looking out of a shuttlecraft window; a close-up of Sulu at his conn station on the bridge; and another shot of a pensive, sitting Nero.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

And here they are! Paramount Pictures has finally released the first images showing us the new crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise. Other images include the bridge of the Enterprise; Kirk climbing an ice wall; Spock performing a Vulcan mind meld on an individual; the Romulan villain Nero; and two shots of a new Starfleet vessel called the U.S.S. Kelvin under attack.

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Monday, October 13, 2008 reports that a full trailer (and not a teaser) will be released for the new Star Trek film next month. The site states that the new trailer "is expected to show the Enterprise exterior and the Enterprise bridge as well as dialog from the movie." As for what film(s) the Star Trek trailer will play in front of, the site hazards some guesses including the November 7th release of Madagascar 2, a Paramount distributed movie. The website also reports that the "veil of secrecy" surrounding the tenth Star Trek film will also start to be lifted with the release of the new trailer: "It is also likely that there will be updates to the official movie site and even possibly a new viral campaign."

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Friday, September 19, 2008

Just when you thought that the see-saw between J.J. Abrams and William Shatner over whether the actor was ever approached to appear in the new Star Trek movie the swing goes back up again. Responding to comments that Abrams made on September 8 to that the director tried to give the original Captain Kirk a cameo in the new movie but the actor wanted a larger part, Shatner crafted a video response to Abrams stating the following: "J.J., nobody ever came to me and said that we have a cameo. Maybe he wrote it but it never presented itself to me. But the truth is that I wouldn't have wanted to do a cameo because you would have clipped that out. It doesn't fit. You said in your statement that you were having trouble fitting it in anyway, but, nobody ever asked me. I'm just sorry that I'm not in your wonderful movie and I would have loved to have been. And if you make another [movie] maybe you could think of ways of bringing Captain Kirk back to life." Shatner then goes on to humorously explain how his character could be resurrected in any future Star Trek movie.

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Monday, January 21, 2008

A high quality version of the trailer is now up on the film's official website as well as



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Friday, January 18, 2008

The Star Trek teaser trailer is now running in front of all showings of Cloverfield and it matches the description given two days ago. Already we have seen a number of unauthorized bootleg videos of the trailer appearing on video sites, most of poor quality. We expect Paramount to release a hgih quality version of the trailer on the film's official site this weekend or early next week.

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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

The first description of the Star Trek teaser trailer has been published on the Hollywood Chicago message forums. The trailer doesn't show any true footage from the forthcoming movie; instead, it lives up to its name and teases us with slow motion footage of the U.S.S. Enterprise being constructed in a naval shipyard somewhere on Earth. At various points in the trailer there are voiceovers including dialogue spoken by President Kennedy, a NASA flight engineer wishing "god speed" to astronaut John Glenn, and finally the voice of Leonard Nimoy as Spock is heard: "Space...the final frontier."

The images dissolve to the Starfleet logo and the words "Under Construction" then appear with a Christmas release date.

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Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Today marks the first day of filming on the new Star Trek movie.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Karl Urban has signed to play Dr. McCoy. The news first broke over on Ain't It Cool and then was confirmed by the official Star Trek site today.

The 35-year-old New Zealand actor will be the second man to play the part of Leonard "Bones" McCoy. Of course, the original actor who invented the role was DeForest Kelley in the original 1960s Star Trek television series. Kelley went on to play McCoy through six Trek feature films and did a cameo as a 137-year-old Bones in the premiere episode of The Next Generation.

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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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