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First Images From Doomsday! [UPDATED - Images Supersized] February 6, 2007

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: TOS-R Preview , trackback

UPDATE: CBS have sent over larger versions of the photos…clicky to embiggify them.

 

All images courtesy of CBS, see ‘before and after’ descriptions at StarTrek.com 

…and also check out the Video Preview from Doomsday

UPDATE: and check out these new images 

 

Comments

1. Johnnie Walker - February 6, 2007

Wow, first comment?

These images look good!

2. Johnnie Walker - February 6, 2007

I particularly like the detail on the Constellation.

3. Brian - February 6, 2007

That first still of the Constellation is AWESOME.

4. mazzer - February 6, 2007

I see what they meant about the surface of the planet killer — it looks quite metalic compared to the original. Looking forward to seeing more!

5. Dan Siciliano - February 6, 2007

WOW..this looks too good to be true! What detail on the Constellation wreckage…..

6. Stanky McFibberich - February 6, 2007

Great stuff. Can’t wait to see it in motion.
Let the griping about lighting and colors begin.

7. Johnnie Walker - February 6, 2007

Funny, I just visited Startrek.com and they sat they’ve got the preview for “Doomsday Machine” up, but I couldn’t find it there.

8. jonboc - February 6, 2007

Very nice. Love the shot from “above” looking down between the nacelles with the Constellation below.

9. Dan Siciliano - February 6, 2007

looking at the before and after shots at trek.com. i just realized that the name of the parked shuttlecraft seen in the hanger on “Journey to Babel” is called “Columbia”. I thought it was a nice touch! Trek rocks!

10. Sean4000 - February 6, 2007

i think they have perfected the Enterprise model.

11. Oscar Benjamin - February 6, 2007

What can I say-it looks great!! I still prefer Daren Dochterman’s version of “The Doomsday Machine”. It is with this in mind that I still wish CBS gave the contract to him! Well all in all the images are improving and I have to give much kudos for the work that is being done on this much beloved series. Keep on trekking-indeed!!

12. Dip Thong - February 6, 2007

Big Borat thumbs up. Niiiiiiiiiice!

13. Matt Wright - February 6, 2007

mmmmmm *drool* can’t wait to see this for real on Saturday

14. Josh T. (The Undiscovered Wrath of Spock Voyage The Motion Picture) Kirk Esquire' - February 6, 2007

I think alot of people here owe CBS Digital an apology.

15. William - February 6, 2007

Fantastic stills. I’d swear that you can almost make out corridors on that first wreckage shot. I think that we are starting to see just what spfx might be possible with the new movie. This episode should put to rest any fears from anyone who believed that more realistic special effects wouldn’t fit the TOS style.

16. TechTrekker - February 6, 2007

This is uncanny. These pictures are what I had in my head when I read the James Blish adaptations before I saw the series on TV! Wow!

They are doing such a professional job on these… I cannot wait until they come out on DVD.

Peace.

17. THEETrekMaster - February 6, 2007

Can’t gripe or nitpick…looks incredible!!!!

Can’t wait to see the episode on Saturday!

18. THEETrekMaster - February 6, 2007

#11 Ummm…I don’t know. I like the detail of CBS’s shots better than what Daren had in his. BUT — I like both versions so far for different reasons.

I am not going to say one is better than the other.

19. Anthony Pascale - February 6, 2007

Just to keep things simple. I am going to close comments for the images only, make comments on both the images and the video in the other thread: http://trekmovie.com/2007/02/06/check-out-this-killer-preview-of-doomsday-machine-remastered/

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