June 21 2024


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Star Trek Into Darkness Poster Revealed

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For fans hungry for any news on the new Star Trek movie, Star Trek into Darkness, the first official poster is a welcome sight.

The poster features a man in a trench coat standing in the ruins of a destroyed building of some type, with debris falling around him and flames burning nearby.

In Star Trek Into Darkness, “When the crew of the Enterprise is called back home, they find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization has detonated the fleet and everything it stands for, leaving our world in a state of crisis.

“With a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction.

“As our heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friendships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew.”

The full-sized poster showing pieces of debris falling down and flames burning can be seen at the Star Trek into Darkness official movie site.

Star Trek into Darkness opens next May.

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22 thoughts on “Star Trek Into Darkness Poster Revealed

  1. Wasn’t there a poster with Shinzon in nearly the same goofy pose with nearly the same goofy jacket? Oh joy.

  2. Star Trek into Torchwood?

    Ol’ Cap’n Jack would certainly give Lil’ Cap’n Kirk a run for his money in the “fuck anything that moves” department.

  3. Symbolically, it’s the villain standing on the remains of Farragut Films and their two soon to be flops Starship Farragut and Star Trek Continues.

    FFS, this anti-Abrams bullshit is as old as dirt, itself. Give the man a chance will you?! Unlike Berman, Broughton, Bednar, Bailey, and Mignogna, Abrams did breath life back into Star Trek.

  4. Captain Kirk would fly rings around Jack any day of the week. Especially if that Jack were one John Thomas Carter.

  5. Breathe… and if you don’t think Rick Berman injected life into Star Trek when he took over, that says a lot about your perspective. Did he get old and tired and should he have moved on? Obviously, but to suggest he didn’t bring anything to the table is pretty asinine.

  6. What was asinine was the fact that Berman and the former staff at Paramount took ‘way too many trips to the well’ with the Star Trek franchise, recycled almost the same old storyplot(different episode), and let one of the Seven Deadly Sins become a key motivator in the distribution of Star Trek. Loosley translated, they let profit blind their better judgement and virtually said to hell with content and quality. Generations, Insurrection, Nemesis, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise being examples of such less content and lesser quality.

    The only thing Rick Berman injected into Star Trek was instant death. Frankly, the son of a bitch should have moved on to something else.

  7. Look, it’s not a secret that Abrams likes to play with that kind of symbolism. Besides, I really don’t know why you’re bringing something up which has nothing to do with this article.

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