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Old 12-29-2008, 10:18 PM
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Default International Release Dates on Revamped Site?

Hi there. If this has been answered before, please link me up where it was. But I can't seem to find the list of international release dates on the revamped site, while the old site had them. Is this yet to be added or am I not seeing it?
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:29 PM
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Let the site completely load then scroll to the bottom of the page. Right under all the flag buttons it says worldwide release dates. Click on that link.
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:27 PM
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With the US release on 8 May I assumed that the 7 May release in Australia was because of the time difference, but then I saw that French speaking countries are getting theirs on the 6th. Curious.
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Interesting to note that the Republic of Ireland (Irish Free State) does not seem to be getting Star Trek at all! Has it been black listed by the Roman Catholic Church (as that is the usual reason films don't get released in the Republic of Ireland)?
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Interesting to note that the Republic of Ireland (Irish Free State) does not seem to be getting Star Trek at all! Has it been black listed by the Roman Catholic Church (as that is the usual reason films don't get released in the Republic of Ireland)?
Might Paramount have simply included RoI in with the UK's release date, since they could well be the same promotional markets?
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Might Paramount have simply included RoI in with the UK's release date, since they could well be the same promotional markets?
That would be norm for American companies.

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Old 01-24-2009, 08:19 PM
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I am no apologist for the RCC, but it is most unlikely that Star Trek would be banned by the Vatican.
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ROFL!
Speaking of the condemning of films, I wonder what Westboro Baptist Church thinks about this? :O
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I am no apologist for the RCC, but it is most unlikely that Star Trek would be banned by the Vatican.

I wouldn't bet on it. After all the RCC teaches that Earth is the centre of the Universe and Rome is the centre of Earth!
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I have no idea about, I am just wondering whether the ST will have continuation or not.
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