At the general release of Star Trek XI approaches, more clips have been posted online, some with new material.
As reported by Collider.com, fans now have more bits of the movie as well as some behind-the-scenes footage to enjoy.
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On Friday night, Entertainment Tonight gave viewers a sneak peek of Star Trek XI, including behind-the scenes action, interviews and a bit of film footage.
Behind-the scenes action shows Director J.J. Abrams at work. Interviews include short bits from Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Eric Bana. New film footage includes more of the bar scene, and a starship in battle.
J.J. Abrams and the Star Trek XI cast say that the door is open for a sequel to Star Trek XI.
As reported by Slashfilm, Chris Pine (Kirk) believes that there are plenty of story opportunities available for a Star Trek XI sequel. “I think, um, you know J.J. and Bob and Alex and Damon and Brian everybody that’s behind it, I have complete faith in and they’ve clearly opened the door for myriad possibilities with the new kind of trick that they’ve played in our Kirk version, that I think, I mean god knows there’s plenty of places for it to go.” (more…)
A video special from the Star Trek XI German premiere offers coverage of the press coverage as well as plenty of interviews. Plus: London video interviews.
As reported by Trek News Germany, a half-hour video with interviews from J.J. Abrams, Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Eric Bana, Simon Pegg and John Cho has been posted for eager fans.
Several new commercials are airing, each offering a few seconds of never-before seen material.
As reported by TrekMovie.com, the short commercials are mostly comprised of scenes that fans have viewed before, but the new commercials are worth viewing for the new bits, one of which shows damage on Vulcan.
To see the first commercial, head here.
A sixth action-filled Star Trek XI commercial is now airing and appears to be aimed at a larger non-Star Trek audience.
As seen at YouTube, “This is not your father’s Star Trek,” claims the new thirty-second ad for Star Trek XI. Much of the ad contains scenes shown previously, with new footage augmenting some of those scenes. (more…)
Some military personnel serving in Kuwait will get see the new Star Trek movie, with special guests in attendance for the screening.
As reported by the Air Force Times, about four hundred and forty soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines will be treated to a showing of Star Trek XI at the Reel Time Theater at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait this Saturday. (more…)
Today was the official premiere of Star Trek XI in Sydney, Australia and fans arrived early to see the stars walk the red carpet.
As reported by TrekMovie.com and Trekweb.com, there were thousands of fans waiting outside of the Sydney Opera House as well as the sixteen-hundred invited guests inside, which included media, celebrities and bloggers. (more…)
For those fans who can’t attend the Star Trek XI premiere in Sydney, Australia, they can follow live coverage of the premiere using social media. Fans may also submit questions to film-makers via Twitter.
As reported by Picture Production Company, the premiere of Star Trek XI takes place Tuesday, April 7th at the Sydney Opera house. PPC Interactive will have a team of bloggers to bring live coverage to fans all over the world, using social media such as Twitter, Ustream, Flickr and Phreadz.
Time may have been no barrier for a Chicago time-traveling librarian, but a lack of hair delayed his journeys.
As reported by the Coventry Telegraph, the film adaptation of The Time Traveler’s Wife was delayed because the crew had to wait for Eric Bana‘s hair to grow back after the actor had his head shaved for his role of Nero in Star Trek XI.
A view of Starfleet Academy in San Francisco and a scene with both Spocks are amongst the images of Star Trek XI trading cards that were recently posted online.
The World Premiere of Star Trek XI will be held at the Sydney Opera House with Australian-born Eric Bana (Nero) in attendance.
As reported by The Australian, Star Trek XI will premiere on April 7th in Sydney, Australia, where 1600 invited guests will join J.J. Abrams, Bana, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Karl Urban to see the latest offering in the Star Trek franchise. (more…)