June 25 2024

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Trek Trailer Snags Star Wars Berth

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Various Hollywood studios are hoping to get their movie trailers before J.J. AbramsStar Wars: The Force Awakens, and one studio has already snagged a slot.

Sci-fi fans going to see The Force Awakens will see a trailer for Paramount’s Star Trek Beyond.

Other potential trailers include Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Huntsman’s Winter War, X-Men: Apocalypse, Independence Day: Resurgence, The Jungle Book, Captain America: Civil War, and Finding Dory.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens December 18, with some select theaters showing the movie December 17.

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5 thoughts on “Trek Trailer Snags Star Wars Berth

  1. So basically the current Star Wars will feature a trailer for the next Star Wars produced by Paramount. Good to know.

  2. German language NuTrek 3 trailer leaked. nnSpoiled alert: Now featuring more Beastie Boys and motorcycles. Extreme!!!nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6Jss4qHse4

  3. Official NuTrek 3 Trailer released:nnSpoiled Alert: Now with more Beastie Boys and motorcycles! Extreme!!!!!!!!!nnhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRVD32rnzOw

  4. I like the trailer opening with music. It got my attention right away. I enjoyed comedic character interplay and the fantastic affects. BUT I fear what’s happening with Abrams producing and a Fast and Furious director directing. Fast and Furious is a fun action technology thriller but at times you need to turn off the “physics check” in your brain to make the stunts work. (Take FF7 scene when Vin dives out of the car to save his GF. The ballistics archs don’t match with what he did.) nnSo I’m worried that adding Justin Lin takes us even further in a direction that will turn Trek into a “feel good” science fiction for the scientifically illiterate. I’m happy to be wrong and that they won’t let “what looks cool” trump “what’s technically feasible.” Otherwise we’ll just end up with Pirates of the Caribbean and we won’t even get the charms of Johnny Depp.nnHere’s an article about what Abrams has done with Trek and what we think he’ll do for Star Wars. We finish with a poll to see if Star Wars will be better served by the Abrams/Disney combo or not. http://lancerkind.com/2015/12/15/star-trek-rebooted-now-its-star-wars/

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