Star Trek XI is due out in a Blu-ray release this fall, and some of the features of the DVD set, including some navigation screenshots, were shown at a press release.
At the press release, the navigation features for disc 2 of the Star Trek XI Blu-ray release, which has more features than the non-Blu-ray DVD set, were shown to those in attendance.
There is a menu, aqua-colored with white lettering, and a diagram of the USS Enterprise, in blue, is in the background. The menu itself has an easy-to-use expanding tree style format.
The featurettes, all done in HD, are the same on both the Blu-ray and DVD sets. The Blu-ray offers “branching pods” which can be accessed while watching the feature or from the main menu, which leads to additional content such as extra video.
Deleted scenes on both sets can be viewed either with or without audio commentary from J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof. Deleted scenes include: Spock’s Birth, Klingons Take Over Narada, Young Kirk, Johnny and Uncle Frank, Amanda and Sarek Argue After Spock Fights, Prison Interrogation and Breakout, Sarek Gets Amanda, Dorm Room and Kobayashi Maru, Kirk Apologizes to the Green Girl and Sarek Sees Spock.
Fans can pre-order the Star Trek DVD and Blu-ray sets, which are due out on November 17.