Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

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Some new TV spots:

And a new clip:

And an unmasked Klingon:

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That Klingon needs to be put in

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I can't do it anymore it won't let me edit. The Klingon is in one of the TV spots anyways, so it's not much of a spoiler if they deem it necessary to give that much away.

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RyanRises wrote:IMAX Poster
Finally, a good poster.

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Not sure if poster. Love Pine's henley, good job stylist.

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Dodd wrote:

Not sure if poster. Love Pine's henley, good job stylist.
Great interview, might have to check out more by these guys.

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Review snippets by way of Indiewire:

Hey U Guys: "The trip into darkness is as good as its predecessor, with some excellent nods to the fans and enough excitement to convert many a non-Trekker cinema goer. However it misses the greatness it might have achieved if it had kept to the crooked path it was leading away from its past."

Guardian: "Everyone is a little more battered, a little less dewy-eyed. People are unlikely to charge out of the cinema with quite the same level of glee as they did in 2009; but this is certainly an astute, exhilarating concoction."

Den Of Geek: "And at its best, thrilling is just what Star Trek Into Darkness is. It's little secret what project JJ Abrams is moving onto next, and the quality of the space-based action sequences here suggests that Star Wars: Episode VII is in extremely capable hands. But what's of greater importance is his ability to put believable characters in otherwise unbelievable situations, and make it all hang together....An exciting, entertaining and pretty excellent blockbuster."

Digital Spy: "It's an exhilarating, emotionally rich and utterly pleasurable journey that wears its love for Trek fans old and new on its sleeve."

Stuff (note: this review is kind of spoilery): "JJ Abrams has caught lightning in a bottle for a second time in the same way Gene Rodenberry had a hit on his hands with 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' following the original series."

CQ News: " heck of an epic action flick that proves in this blockbuster season, superheroes aren't everything....'Into Darkness' with its jeopardy-heaped-upon-jeopardy final act does take its toll on a story which suffers a little from endless ending syndrome. But getting there is an absolute blast."

Total Film: "Mostly, this is fantastic fun: a two-hours-plus blockbuster that doesn’t bog down in exposition or sag in the middle. There are reversals and rug-pulls galore, most of them executed with whiplash skill."

Empire: "Into Darkness is a blast, fun, funny, spectacular and exhilarating. The rule of great even-numbered Trek movies continues."


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Can't wait!!!

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anepicmoviereviewer wrote:
It has been confirmed that it is Khan
As critics and others are finally screening the film in it's entirety, the Internets all but confirm that Benedict's villain is indeed Khan — the same bad guy played by Ricardo Montalbán in 1982's Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan! ... hn-villain
oh and I thought it was just the evil version of jean luc picard :roll:
cumber would be perfect for that role too....even the regular version....all they gotta do is
shave his head :lol:

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Benedict Cumberbatch and Chris Pine will be guests on The Graham Norton Show tomorrow night on BBC1.

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