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(Star Trek)   The first trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness is here. Plenty of awesome for you to love and lens flare for you to hate   (startrek.com) divider line 359
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2012-12-06 06:09:56 AM
It does look pretty cool.
 
2012-12-06 07:00:34 AM
This is where I SQUEEEE! and giggle like a school girl. I so can't wait.
 
2012-12-06 08:24:31 AM
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2012-12-06 08:56:36 AM
So, I'm guessing Alice Eve is the new Elizabeth Dehner.

www.joblo.com
subspacecomms.com
 
2012-12-06 09:03:04 AM
www.giantfreakinrobot.com
This photo is begging for a photoshop contest.
 
2012-12-06 09:06:40 AM
Between being Sauron, Smaug, Khaaaaaan and Holmes Benedict Cumberbatch has been a busy bee the past few years.
 
2012-12-06 09:07:32 AM
I just viewed it about 15 minutes ago, before this link appeared on Fark.

Damnit, they REALLY don't want to give this guy a name yet.
 
2012-12-06 09:09:58 AM
Also, is the Enterprise now watertight, like the Phoenix in Battle of the Planets?
 
2012-12-06 09:10:55 AM
it looks nice... but I really didn't get a Star Trek vibe from it at all. Maybe that's the point or maybe another preview will give me a different impression...
 
2012-12-06 09:11:33 AM

Alphax: Also, is the Enterprise now watertight, like the Phoenix in Battle of the Planets?


Out of curiosity, why WOULDN'T the Enterprise be watertight?
 
2012-12-06 09:12:36 AM

FeedTheCollapse: but I really didn't get a Star Trek vibe from it at all


Same here. Looks awesome, but not sure if trek.

/Not that I particularly care, never been a big trekkie.
 
2012-12-06 09:14:17 AM

Edward Rooney Dean of Students: Alphax: Also, is the Enterprise now watertight, like the Phoenix in Battle of the Planets?

Out of curiosity, why WOULDN'T the Enterprise be watertight?


Well, there's a big difference between keeping air in while in vacuum, and keeping water out. I'm also sure there some electronic components that do fine in a vacuum, that would suffer greatly from salt water exposure.
 
2012-12-06 09:15:06 AM
If the Enterprise is AIRtight it had better be watertight.

Looks cool I'll be there
 
2012-12-06 09:16:01 AM
Shut up, take my money, blah blah blah.

And the voiceover by Cumberbatch only seals the deal.
 
2012-12-06 09:17:53 AM

Alphax: Edward Rooney Dean of Students: Alphax: Also, is the Enterprise now watertight, like the Phoenix in Battle of the Planets?

Out of curiosity, why WOULDN'T the Enterprise be watertight?

Well, there's a big difference between keeping air in while in vacuum, and keeping water out. I'm also sure there some electronic components that do fine in a vacuum, that would suffer greatly from salt water exposure.


We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.
 
2012-12-06 09:18:49 AM
Geez subby, at least link to the HD trailer. 360p is for entertaining mutants and farm animals.
 
2012-12-06 09:20:58 AM
Anyone else think that the enterprise dragging its saucer along the water reminded you of that damn pizza cutter.
 
2012-12-06 09:21:14 AM

Carth: Alphax: Edward Rooney Dean of Students: Alphax: Also, is the Enterprise now watertight, like the Phoenix in Battle of the Planets?

Out of curiosity, why WOULDN'T the Enterprise be watertight?

Well, there's a big difference between keeping air in while in vacuum, and keeping water out. I'm also sure there some electronic components that do fine in a vacuum, that would suffer greatly from salt water exposure.

We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.


Well, we've never seen the Enterprise go lower than the upper atmosphere before. (couple times in the original series)
 
2012-12-06 09:21:17 AM
 
2012-12-06 09:22:30 AM

Teufelaffe: Geez subby, at least link to the HD trailer. 360p is for entertaining mutants and farm animals.


*fist shake*
 
2012-12-06 09:23:08 AM

RexTalionis: So, I'm guessing Alice Eve is the new Elizabeth Dehner.


My thoughts too. It could be incidental and it is Khan, but that's a pretty big hint that Gary Mitchell has come back to me.
 
2012-12-06 09:23:45 AM

Alphax: Damnit, they REALLY don't want to give this guy a name yet.


RexTalionis: So, I'm guessing Alice Eve is the new Elizabeth Dehner.


I think that's your answer. It's Gary Mitchell. Or at least a take on that story.

As for the trailer, it was ACTION!!! Didn't give me a Star Trek vibe at all. Just generic ACTION!!! sequences to make sure you know it promises ACTION!!!
 
2012-12-06 09:24:22 AM

FeedTheCollapse: it looks nice... but I really didn't get a Star Trek vibe from it at all. Maybe that's the point or maybe another preview will give me a different impression...


That's cuz it's not Star Trek. It's Generic Space Movie II.
 
2012-12-06 09:25:01 AM
I think it's gary mitchell, and that he was part of starfleet and got buggered to the point of having to leave him behind and 'HE'S BACK EVEN THO YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF ME'.

Only other option I can think of, he's Khan, only woken by THIS star trek crew, and comes to terms with it and becomes a valuable member of starfleet until he remembers he's superawesome and now wants to blow up the federation to put his own empire back in place.
 
2012-12-06 09:25:10 AM

Alphax: Well, we've never seen the Enterprise go lower than the upper atmosphere before. (couple times in the original series)


www.wired.com
Are you forgetting that the Enterprise was built in Iowa in the 2009 movie?
 
2012-12-06 09:25:49 AM
I hope there's even more lens flare than last time. I love it.
 
2012-12-06 09:27:24 AM

RexTalionis: Alphax: Well, we've never seen the Enterprise go lower than the upper atmosphere before. (couple times in the original series)

[www.wired.com image 630x268]
Are you forgetting that the Enterprise was built in Iowa in the 2009 movie?


Don't see a name on that ship.. granted, most of the other ships that got trashed over Vulcan were shaped differently. Probably is it.
 
2012-12-06 09:28:45 AM
Ben Finney went and got himself all juiced up.
 
2012-12-06 09:30:10 AM

Even With A Chainsaw: FeedTheCollapse: it looks nice... but I really didn't get a Star Trek vibe from it at all. Maybe that's the point or maybe another preview will give me a different impression...

That's cuz it's not Star Trek. It's Generic Space Movie II.


Hush. Star Trek was more entertaining than ANY of the franchise I've seen in the last 10 years.

//except Jeri Ryan's catsuit.
 
2012-12-06 09:32:46 AM

Carth: We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.


Sounds like a typical government project

Gentlemen here is our prototype design of the new Constitution Class Starship. Will hold a crew of approximately 700. With two of the new LN-64B Mod 1 warp engines it will be able to sustain Warp 9 with an upper limit of Warp 13. The sensor bays will be able...

Is it waterproof?

Ugghh, excuse me sir?

You know, can it go under water?

Well sir we don't envision a scenario where the cruiser would have to be submerged so we...

I want it waterproof.

Roger that sir, we will get the engineers working on that.
 
2012-12-06 09:33:42 AM

swahnhennessy: Alphax: Damnit, they REALLY don't want to give this guy a name yet.

RexTalionis: So, I'm guessing Alice Eve is the new Elizabeth Dehner.

I think that's your answer. It's Gary Mitchell. Or at least a take on that story.

As for the trailer, it was ACTION!!! Didn't give me a Star Trek vibe at all. Just generic ACTION!!! sequences to make sure you know it promises ACTION!!!


Where Nobody Has Gone Before could still have happened between the movies.
 
2012-12-06 09:34:12 AM

Alphax: Also, is the Enterprise now watertight, like the Phoenix in Battle of the Planets?


Water tight?

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Well, it was built for space travel, so anywhere between zero and one (in reference to how much atm of pressure it can withstand).
 
2012-12-06 09:34:46 AM
As far as the ship in the water is concerned, who says it's the Enterprise, it could be another ship of the same class.
 
2012-12-06 09:35:25 AM

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Carth: We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.

Sounds like a typical government project

Gentlemen here is our prototype design of the new Constitution Class Starship. Will hold a crew of approximately 700. With two of the new LN-64B Mod 1 warp engines it will be able to sustain Warp 9 with an upper limit of Warp 13. The sensor bays will be able...

Is it waterproof?

Ugghh, excuse me sir?

You know, can it go under water?

Well sir we don't envision a scenario where the cruiser would have to be submerged so we...

I want it waterproof.

Roger that sir, we will get the engineers working on that.


Counter-argument: the Bird of Prey was clearly space worthy and it sunk.
 
2012-12-06 09:36:23 AM

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Carth: We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.

Sounds like a typical government project

Gentlemen here is our prototype design of the new Constitution Class Starship. Will hold a crew of approximately 700. With two of the new LN-64B Mod 1 warp engines it will be able to sustain Warp 9 with an upper limit of Warp 13. The sensor bays will be able...

Is it waterproof?

Ugghh, excuse me sir?

You know, can it go under water?

Well sir we don't envision a scenario where the cruiser would have to be submerged so we...

I want it waterproof.

Roger that sir, we will get the engineers working on that.


Yea, you laugh now but when you get caught in a space hurricane you'll be happy they spent the money.
 
2012-12-06 09:37:16 AM

Lexx: Even With A Chainsaw: FeedTheCollapse: it looks nice... but I really didn't get a Star Trek vibe from it at all. Maybe that's the point or maybe another preview will give me a different impression...

That's cuz it's not Star Trek. It's Generic Space Movie II.

Hush. Star Trek was more entertaining than ANY of the franchise I've seen in the last 10 years.

//except Jeri Ryan's catsuit.


I assumed Even With A Chainsaw is referring to the most recent trailer. Star Trek '09 was definitely a Trek movie, but the new teaser looks more like a completely unrelated Sci-Fi/Action movie; not a bad one mind you, but one that's completely different. Maybe that's the point and that they're trying to differentiate this series from being more than just a reboot of TOS, but more likely I think a full trailer will probably indicate otherwise.
 
2012-12-06 09:38:19 AM

RexTalionis: So, I'm guessing Alice Eve is the new Elizabeth Dehner.

[www.joblo.com image 656x269]
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I have a very base knowledge of the original series, unlike my mom who watched the new movie and was naming characters and saying things like "well THAT didnt happen" when spocks mom died. But even I remember the moody hot Dehner episode, and I find it exciting that she is back, didnt she die in the original episode? Love that the new timeline gives new stuff for old characters who never had a chance.
 
2012-12-06 09:38:31 AM

GAT_00: SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Carth: We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.

Sounds like a typical government project

Gentlemen here is our prototype design of the new Constitution Class Starship. Will hold a crew of approximately 700. With two of the new LN-64B Mod 1 warp engines it will be able to sustain Warp 9 with an upper limit of Warp 13. The sensor bays will be able...

Is it waterproof?

Ugghh, excuse me sir?

You know, can it go under water?

Well sir we don't envision a scenario where the cruiser would have to be submerged so we...

I want it waterproof.

Roger that sir, we will get the engineers working on that.

Counter-argument: the Bird of Prey was clearly space worthy and it sunk.


Well, it did crash land into the bay. That could've caused some rupturing of the hull or something.
 
2012-12-06 09:39:38 AM

GAT_00: SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Carth: We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.

Sounds like a typical government project

Gentlemen here is our prototype design of the new Constitution Class Starship. Will hold a crew of approximately 700. With two of the new LN-64B Mod 1 warp engines it will be able to sustain Warp 9 with an upper limit of Warp 13. The sensor bays will be able...

Is it waterproof?

Ugghh, excuse me sir?

You know, can it go under water?

Well sir we don't envision a scenario where the cruiser would have to be submerged so we...

I want it waterproof.

Roger that sir, we will get the engineers working on that.

Counter-argument: the Bird of Prey was clearly space worthy and it sunk.


Yeah, well, Voyager was able to travel through fluidic space, which is even denser than water.

/How big of a nerd am I?
 
2012-12-06 09:40:09 AM

PsyLord: Well, it did crash land into the bay. That could've caused some rupturing of the hull or something.


The whales had to get out somehow.
 
2012-12-06 09:41:44 AM

RexTalionis: Yeah, well, Voyager was able to travel through fluidic space, which is even denser than water.

/How big of a nerd am I?


How YOU doin'?
 
2012-12-06 09:41:46 AM

swahnhennessy: PsyLord: Well, it did crash land into the bay. That could've caused some rupturing of the hull or something.

The whales had to get out somehow.


They were taking on water before Kirk pulled the manual release switch to open the holding tank and release the whales.
 
2012-12-06 09:42:17 AM
forcefields solve everything if it needs to go underwater.
 
2012-12-06 09:42:29 AM

FeedTheCollapse: Lexx: Even With A Chainsaw: FeedTheCollapse: it looks nice... but I really didn't get a Star Trek vibe from it at all. Maybe that's the point or maybe another preview will give me a different impression...

That's cuz it's not Star Trek. It's Generic Space Movie II.

Hush. Star Trek was more entertaining than ANY of the franchise I've seen in the last 10 years.

//except Jeri Ryan's catsuit.

I assumed Even With A Chainsaw is referring to the most recent trailer. Star Trek '09 was definitely a Trek movie, but the new teaser looks more like a completely unrelated Sci-Fi/Action movie; not a bad one mind you, but one that's completely different. Maybe that's the point and that they're trying to differentiate this series from being more than just a reboot of TOS, but more likely I think a full trailer will probably indicate otherwise.


You have to admit 09 star trek had very obvious issues. The coincidental meeting with spock and that pointless momster chase for starters.
 
2012-12-06 09:44:01 AM

RexTalionis: GAT_00: SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Carth: We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.

Sounds like a typical government project

Gentlemen here is our prototype design of the new Constitution Class Starship. Will hold a crew of approximately 700. With two of the new LN-64B Mod 1 warp engines it will be able to sustain Warp 9 with an upper limit of Warp 13. The sensor bays will be able...

Is it waterproof?

Ugghh, excuse me sir?

You know, can it go under water?

Well sir we don't envision a scenario where the cruiser would have to be submerged so we...

I want it waterproof.

Roger that sir, we will get the engineers working on that.

Counter-argument: the Bird of Prey was clearly space worthy and it sunk.

Yeah, well, Voyager was able to travel through fluidic space, which is even denser than water.

/How big of a nerd am I?


It's power systems were working when it was there, whereas the BOP wasn't due to the probe.
 
2012-12-06 09:44:37 AM
Hmmm, that's weird. It seems that my pants have gotten rather moist around the groin area.

Oh and ILM deserve every penny for the splendid visuals they create.
 
2012-12-06 09:44:38 AM
I am VERY psyched to see this... and would be happy to have the bad guy be Gary Mitchell.

Agreed that the trailer isn't terribly Star Trek though. In fact, the music reminds me of the trailer for Prometheus.
 
2012-12-06 09:44:43 AM

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Carth: We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.

Sounds like a typical government project

Gentlemen here is our prototype design of the new Constitution Class Starship. Will hold a crew of approximately 700. With two of the new LN-64B Mod 1 warp engines it will be able to sustain Warp 9 with an upper limit of Warp 13. The sensor bays will be able...

Is it waterproof?

Ugghh, excuse me sir?

You know, can it go under water?

Well sir we don't envision a scenario where the cruiser would have to be submerged so we...

I want it waterproof.

Roger that sir, we will get the engineers working on that.


Not to let my nerd flag fly but you can't go faster than Warp 10 or you turn into a salamander and have to bang the captain.
 
2012-12-06 09:45:49 AM

RexTalionis: GAT_00: SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Carth: We're talking about a civilization that has mastered faster than light travel and teleportation. I would hope they could engineer a spaceship that could also go underwater.

Sounds like a typical government project

Gentlemen here is our prototype design of the new Constitution Class Starship. Will hold a crew of approximately 700. With two of the new LN-64B Mod 1 warp engines it will be able to sustain Warp 9 with an upper limit of Warp 13. The sensor bays will be able...

Is it waterproof?

Ugghh, excuse me sir?

You know, can it go under water?

Well sir we don't envision a scenario where the cruiser would have to be submerged so we...

I want it waterproof.

Roger that sir, we will get the engineers working on that.

Counter-argument: the Bird of Prey was clearly space worthy and it sunk.

Yeah, well, Voyager was able to travel through fluidic space, which is even denser than water.

/How big of a nerd am I?


But voyager took place a hundred and fifty years later! obviously they would have those kind of kinks ironed out by that length of time, but NOT in the future!

/this is how everyone sounds when nitpicking this issue.
//suspend your disbelief and enjoy the flares
 
2012-12-06 09:46:15 AM

Boudyro: Not to let my nerd flag fly


Oh come on, let it fly! Let it fly!
 
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