April 25 2024


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High Quality Star Trek Into Darkness Photos

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Paramount has released high quality versions of photos from Star Trek into Darkness.

In addition to the photos, Zoë Saldana and Benedict Cumberbatch spoke guardedly about their respective roles in the movie.

Almost a dozen high resolution photos were released, featuring Pike, Kirk, Spock, Pegg, Uhura, Carol Marcus and John Harrison.

Click on the thumbnails to see larger-sized photos. More photos can be found here.







Two of the subjects of the photos, Saldana and Cumberbatch, spoke about their roles in the movie, and Saldana was asked about the Spock-Uhura romance and if it would be seen in Star Trek into Darkness. “Whether they are together or not that will remain to be seen,” she said. “But come on, I’m not going to ruin the element of surprise! I signed papers, trust me! I will lose a kidney if I say too much!”

Cumberbatch described his character, John Harrison. [He] is an extraordinary terrorist of sorts,” said Cumberbatch. “He uses himself as a warrior with weapons and close hand combat to just reap devastation and havoc wherever he goes and a trail of destruction follows him. What is interesting from an acting point of view — beyond doing the stunts and choreographed fight sequences…was also the psychological warfare that he acts out. He has an incredible ability to control people’s minds to his bidding and make them – well confuse the radar of their loyalties and prerogatives, so that was great fun. So it was a great mixture of intense acting scenes and action scenes.”

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8 thoughts on “High Quality Star Trek Into Darkness Photos

  1. HEY TREK TODAY!!!! I want to know where your post about Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s 20th Anniversary is today? It is very lame you have nothing.

  2. Looks like Star Trek Into Darkness is going to be explosive, brutal, violent, and ultimately spectacular. The pics certainly give off that aura. Especially the ones involving the confrontation between Kirk and Harrison. Definitely looking forward to this release.

  3. I haven’t read anything from the studio for this movie that couldn’t also have been claimed about Shinzon or Nemesis… Down to that teaser poster being a virtual ripoff of the Nemesis one. Oh joy.

  4. Not as much as Star Trek II – The Wrath Of Khan was, some three decades past. Only difference is is that The Wrath Of Khan was better. Nemesis was a NG version of both The Wrath Of Khan and The Undiscovered Country. One of the many factors that contributed to Nemesis bombing at the box office.

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