Dust Films, who last month recreated the Man of Steel trailer from scratch, have now taken the same hand-crafted approach to Star Trek Into Darkness's trailer, with cardboard spaceships, rustic lens flares, daddy issues from their own home's too-absent patriarch, and so on. Here's the trailer, plus a side-by-side comparison, which helps in figuring out why the Benedict Cumberbatch fill-in is at one point locked out on the patio like a dog.
Hope you're not yet tired of Star Trek Into Darkness things, because here are some more of those things, now in the form of some posters and a new sneak peek video for the sequel. Will Spock deal with Benedict Cumberbatch's threat by apparently putting on a solo Blue Man Group-... / Continue →
Despite their aggressive, nonstop marketing effort and the fact this Star Trek sequel is going to make a ton of money no matter what, Paramount remains worried no one is coming to see Star Trek Into Darkness, and they're going to look stupid in front of Benedict Cumberbatch. So... / Continue →
Offering our first evidence that Star Trek Into Darkness isn't all threats and intense glaring, here's a full clip from J.J. Abrams' upcoming sequel. In it, Spock gets stranded in a volcano, and everyone's like, "Let's save Spock; he's a main character." But Spock is like, "No,... / Continue →