A new batch of pictures from the upcoming movie Star Trek, directed by Cloverfield
director producer J.J. Abrams, have been unveiled to increase further the mounting buzz preceding the release of the first full Star Trek trailer in November:
Star Trek Trailer
Also, slashfilm is recommending an interesting article about Star Trek at Entertainment Weekly:
Star Trek’s time-travel plot is set in motion when a Federation starship, the USS Kelvin, is attacked by a vicious Romulan (Eric Bana) desperately seeking one of the film’s heroes. From there, the film then brings Kirk and Spock center stage and tracks the origins of their friendship and how they became officers aboard the Enterprise. In fact, the movie shows how the whole original series crew came together: McCoy (Karl Urban), Uhura (Zoë Saldana), Scotty (Simon Pegg), Sulu (John Cho), and Chekov (Anton Yelchin). The adventure stretches from Earth to Vulcan, and yes, it does find a way to have Nimoy appearing in scenes with at least one of the actors on our cover — and maybe both. The storytelling is newbie-friendly, but it slyly assimilates a wide range of Trek arcana, from doomed Captain Pike (Bruce Greenwood) to Sulu’s swordsmanship to classic lines like, ”I have been, and always shall be, your friend.” More ambitiously, the movie subversively plays with Trek lore — and those who know it. The opening sequence, for example, is an emotionally wrenching passage that culminates with a mythic climax sure to leave zealots howling ”Heresy!” But revisionism anxiety is the point. ”The movie,” Lindelof says, ”is about the act of changing what you know.
(See the full article at EW here
Maybe a Romulan vessel, with Eric Bana as Nero in command, goes back into the past to get rid of Kirk (Chris Pine) before he becomes the Captain of the starship USS Enterprise… Will have to wait till may 2009 to see Star Trek in theaters, but fortunately, there will be at least a Star Trek trailer in front of Quantum of Solace.Join Teaser Trailer on Facebook or Google+ to get the latest movie news on your wall:
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