Movie News: New STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS Trailer Lands

Written by Iain Robertson Monday, 17 December 2012

Movie News

Released theatrically in the U.S. last Friday, this new trailer starts with a sombre first half, implying things are going to get very bad for Kirk and Co, before letting rip with an all action second half.

Those hoping the trailer would reveal the biggest mystery of the film, the true identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's character, are in for a disappointment. Although named last week by Paramount as John Harrison, the sharp eyed may notice the brief appearance here of what appear to be a large number of cryogenic stasis tubes which, coupled with the re-appearance of Spock's "the needs of the many" line in last week's IMAX footage, confirmation that Carol Marcus will appear in the film, and THAT shot from the Japanese trailer (also included here) are sure to send those hoping for an appearance by Khan into a frenzy.

The new footage also includes clips from a number of action scenes, including shots of the Enterprise in battle, Kirk in a spacesuit, a longer version of the crash sequence shown in the first trailer and Spock leaping off a building in a wrecked city (possibly London).

The viral marketing campaign has also launched, with the appearance on a new website: areyouthe1701.com

Watch the trailer in the player below... 

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Star Trek Into Darkness opens on May 17th.

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