May 22 2024


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Star Trek In Paramount 100 Years Poster

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A new poster has hit the Internet, commemorating Paramount Pictures 100th anniversary and amongst the hundred films shown, is one of the Star Trek movies.

DKNG Studios has created the poster, which is a limited-edition screenprint featuring one hundred of their most iconic films.

Each film is represented by a small circular graphic with the year of the film release beneath it. The years range from 1912 (Les Amours de la reine Élisabeth (The Loves of Queen Elizabeth) to 2011 (The Adventures of Tintin).

1979’s Star Trek: The Motion Picture was included amongst the one hundred films represented on the poster.

The posters are 24″x36″ with a limited run of 3500, but unfortunately are only available to Paramount employees.

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3 thoughts on “Star Trek In Paramount 100 Years Poster

  1. Maybe I will like them if they let me stream all their movies at or Netflix with my membership for free. (But, why Paramount so greedy with paper prints? Do they think they are special?)

  2. That’s is Stupid as hell! why would Paramount put one of the worst trek films on the poster. 2, 4, 6, even 8, would have been better choices. Shame

  3. OR you could just purchase the DVD or BD. Nothing is free and Hollywood is not a charity case. Cheap and free streams? Enjoy them while you can.

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