'Star Trek Into Darkness' is coming to theaters this May 15 and will include a couple changes from J.J. Abrams' first run at the 'Star Trek' world. Aside from the new bloodthirsty villain and the 3D technology, the sequel will feature a new and improved Enterprise, and some new photos have been revealed to give you an up-close look.
The last couple of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' posters have showcased the crew of the Enterprise (and the ship itself) in a variety of dangerous situations, and now we have the man responsible for putting them all in danger in the first place. Yep, you've guessed it: Benedict Cumberbatch's mystery villain now has a poster of his own.
We're starting to notice a pattern here. First, we got that 'Star Trek Into Darkness' poster that showed the Enterprise in peril. Then we got the poster with Zoe Saldana's Uhura under fire. Now, we have a poster featuring Zachary Quinto's Spock standing amidst hot molten lava. 'Star Trek Into Darkness' has no shortage of the Enterprise crew being put in mortal danger. Check out the poster below.
The previous poster for 'Star Trek Into Darkness' depicted the famous starship Enterprise at its most vulnerable. The lastest one-sheet continues the trend, placing Zoe Saldana's Uhura in a fiery situation of her own.
'Star Trek Into Darkness' - perhaps the most mysterious film of the summer - is only about a month away and the mystery will soon be revealed. Today we've got a brand new, ominous 'Star Trek Into Darkness' poster plus 12 hi-res new 'Star Trek Into Darkness' pics to shed a little bit of light on the 'Darkness.' (Get it?...) You can check them all out after the jump.
'Star Trek Into Darkness' played up the light and fun side of the movie in its last trailer, but in the newest international trailer, there's a lot more destruction.
'Star Trek 3' has been the topic of discussion for a lot of Trekkies, especially now with J.J. Abrams moving over to direct the upcoming 'Star Wars: Episode 7' movie and a certain Enterprise actor or two who said they'd be disappointed if he decides to not return for a third film. With or without Abrams, however, (and it'll probably be with, if only on a production basis) is Paramount already prepping 'Star Trek 3' for 2016?