Friday, November 14, 2008

Star Trek Trailer Leaked

The Star Trek trailer has leaked online thanks to a fellow fan:



And God, it looks amazing! Director J.J. Abrams has managed to both respect the original source material and to reinvigorate the genre!

A better quality version of this bootleg trailer of Star Trek has shown up online.

This Star Trek movie is gonna be awesome!
:)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh I'm so excited!!!! Cant wait for May 2009!!! The film looks brilliant, so stoked Trek has had new life breathed into it, may it live long and prosper!

Inception8 said...

sweet!

Anonymous said...

Nope, was more interested in the first trailer. Didn't expect it to be Dawson's Creek in space.

Anonymous said...

My GOD, This has to be one of the best Trailer put together by a Director in long time. AWESOME!!!

Anonymous said...

Well I never thought it could happen but it seems it has. J.J. Abrams has redefined what a Star Trek movie can be. This movie is going to be so incredibly amazing I think when people actually watch it they wont realize its a movie. I cant wait till its released. And let me tell you.... I know just how amazing this movie is actually going to be...........

Anonymous said...

Look like a teen agnst pile of poo. This is not Star Trek. This is the Studios embarassed at the Star Trek fanbase image of "Nerds" they have to "coolify" it at the expense of the source material. What they don't get is people like REAL Star Trek if it is done well in a self contained manner First Contact proved that. I FEAR for the future

IrishWriter34 said...

Well, I guess since JJ Abrams couldn't have a Krypton that never exploded, a Kryptonian Lex Luthor, and a living Superman costume in a can, butchering STAR TREK is the next best thing. This trailer has no redeeming qualities. If anything, it feels like a cheap mockery of the original series. I'm absolutley baffled as to how anyone can think this is respectful of anything that come before, especially since Abrams has owned up to not liking TREK much in the first place.

Then again, people think Christopher Nolan hung the moon, and his Batman movies are toxic in their hatred of the source material, so I guess destroying iconic properties is the in thing these days....

Anonymous said...

well i think i can say i would be baffled as to your comment but im not surprised. I am a trek fan and not a trekie. Here is the big difference, a trekie is one who is intolerant of change on star trek. Actually the ironic thing is that gene rodenberry's vision is the complete opposite in that he preached tolerance and acceptance of new ideas. He probably would be ashamed of peoples short sightetness. I have no idea where you get your batman info. His batman is based of the frank miller comics and they are dead on. I for one will enjoy the movie and i hope you dont go because star trek doesnt need people like you. Maybe it will be good, maybe it wont, but at least i will keep an open mind

Anonymous said...

star Trek .....for years we have lived out our lives in an age where we dare to dream of new things to take us further than our home we call earth.star trek has done just that and then some.
long have we looked towards the stars and wondered what is out there. who knows, but i know one thing s sure star trek has made us all
fans not because of the programs but because it gives us hope that one day soon we will go where no one has gone before.

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