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Old 11-15-2012, 06:48 PM
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Default First Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer Also Premiering Dec. 14th

http://trekmovie.com/2012/11/15/excl...ring-dec-14th/
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:06 PM
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Kewl...and it's just a traditional 2 or 3 minute trailer.
The whole "9 minute" thing announced in another thread has now been confirmed to be "the first nine minutes of the movie".
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Ah, so that might mean a pre credits prologue like last time with the USS Kelvin.

I already forgot but isn't that the same idea as the opening sequence of The Dark Knight Rises being released as a taster earlier this year? Or was that The Dark Knight they did that with................I'm not sure now.

Anyway, that gives them a good 6 month window pre release and The Hobbit is bound to be big, so they're smart to start with genre viewers and then expand out.
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Ah, so that might mean a pre credits prologue like last time with the USS Kelvin.

I already forgot but isn't that the same idea as the opening sequence of The Dark Knight Rises being released as a taster earlier this year? Or was that The Dark Knight they did that with................I'm not sure now.

Anyway, that gives them a good 6 month window pre release and The Hobbit is bound to be big, so they're smart to start with genre viewers and then expand out.
I think both of the Dark Knights got the same treatment. Rises got a sneak preview with Mission Impossible in IMAX last year, and Knight got an IMAX sneak preview with... some Fall 2007 movie (I am Legend perhaps?)

I was saying the same thing in the other thread, that I wouldn't have expected ST was high-profile enough to get its trailer spliced onto The Hobbit (as part of an actual deal between the two films, that is)... but that I'm also hardly in a position to complain with that now being the case.
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Brilliant news
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Can't wait to catch it online!
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I never did see the LotR movie trilogy on the big screen...didn't interest me at the time, but I might make an exception for The Hobbit.
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I never did see the LotR movie trilogy on the big screen...didn't interest me at the time, but I might make an exception for The Hobbit.
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The Lord of the Rings pictures were the most anticipated movies for me. And (genre-wise) I have never seen anything as big as them since.

While it wouldn't necessarily surprise me to see a ST trailer at one of them (seems to me Fellowship screenings had their share of bloody SW Attack of the Clones trailers back in the day), I wouldn't have expected one as part of a partnership deal. I just would've assumed (even after ST09) that something based on Tolkien was too high-brow for the likes of ST, and that a ST trailer might as well be exclusively attached to first-week screenings of Lincoln.

Yet even now it already seems silly to say that since we're clearly getting one.
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The other thing that really trips me out is all that multimedia surrounding the Rings movies. Video games and what-not. I still can't quite wrap my brain around it; "What would Tolkien think?"
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