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    Default Star Trek Into Darkness!

    Anyone else looking forward to this? It looks like a very heavy remake/reinterpretation of The Wrath of Khan storyline.
    Thus do we growl that our big toes have, at this moment, been thrown up from below!


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    Oh, yes. I am definitely looking forward to it.

    I've heard the rumors that the villain in the movie is going to be Kahn, but I'm skeptical. But, I don't care what they do as long as it's done well.



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    Can't wait! Oops, that may mean I'm Trekkie.



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    I'm definitely seeing it in IMAX. I just hope it goes someplace fresh cause the last one was not so good.
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    It's Star Trek, you WILL like it or else...


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    Quote Originally Posted by sunridge1 View Post
    Can't wait! Oops, that may mean I'm Trekkie.
    Wear it with pride, sunridge.


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    The first 9 minutes of Star Trek is being shown as an extended trailer at the front of The Hobbit in Imax.

    For those with questionable morals you can find it bootlegged online.



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    Okay, I had no interest in seeing The Hobbit. But if there is a Star Trek trailer, I gotta go!!



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    I am very excited. I was reluctant at best about the last one as that's MY Trek you're messing with (Movie!Original Crew.) But about the time Bruce Greenwood showed up I was starting to think okay, this might not be so bad, and then as they arrived at the Enterprise I was basically "Okay, J.J. Abrams is my master now."

    Best/saddest is Karl Urban as McCoy. Reportedly Leondard Nimoy teared up the first time he heard him in-character on the set as it was so much like DeForest Kelly.



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    How did I miss this news?! I'm looking forward to it now! DH will be happy if Khan makes an appearance.



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    Me too, somehow I missed it. Time to have a chat with my boss as her DH is an author a writer of several Star Trek books and she has not said a word about it.
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    There are several recent Trek authors living on the East Coast. Right now, I'm eagerly awaiting the next TNG book from David Mack, who lives in NYC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danceronice View Post
    Best/saddest is Karl Urban as McCoy. Reportedly Leondard Nimoy teared up the first time he heard him in-character on the set as it was so much like DeForest Kelly.
    I hadn't heard that, but I can believe it. Karl Urban's performance was so understated and so perfect!

    I am such a Trekkie its not even funny, so I'm super excited to see where this one is going, especially with Benedict Cumberbatch in it. Anyone know when I can start buying advance tickets?


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    Tickets won't sell for several months.
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    Benedict Cumberbatch AND Star Trek? I'm in love with Moffat's Sherlock right now. Vulcan nerve pinch me, somebody. Wake me up when the movie comes out. Gonna be a long winter to wait for this.


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    You can read the prequel literature. There are some comics and a book or two coming out before the film.
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    Count me in as excited!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LexInVA View Post
    I'm definitely seeing it in IMAX. I just hope it goes someplace fresh cause the last one was not so good.
    I confess, I liked the last one. And the trailer for the new one looked pretty interesting...
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    I liked the last one too! So I'm very much looking forward to this one.



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    Not a trekki myself, but Benedict Cumberbatch??? Sign me up! I know he isn't traditionally handsome, but there's something about him... makes me want to flip my mane around like a horse in a calendar. Hehe.


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