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Star Trek To Get Global Premiere – US Not The First July 19, 2008

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For the first time ever, a Star Trek movie is going to get at truly global premiere. In addition to the new wallpapers added to the official Star Trek site, Paramount has put up a new list of worldwide release dates for the movie. According to the list, the new Star Trek movie will premiere in 46 countries the week of May 8th 2009.


A Trek first – but more common these days
All of the previous Star Trek films opened to general audiences fist in the US (and Canada) with the rest of the world getting the film days, weeks and sometimes months later. For example, Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan premiered in the US on June 4th, 1982, but did not open in the UK until the following month. Nemesis, opened in North America on December 13th, 2002, but it didn’t premiere in the UK until January 3rd, 2003. When JJ Abrams Star Trek was first set for a Christmas 2008 release, the foreign releases ranged from December 26th for a handful, with others in the Spring of 2009. However, now that the film is a ‘summer tent pole,’ things are very different.

In addition to opening in the US and Canada on Friday May 8th, 2009,the film will open in 22 other countries on the same day, including Brazil, Italy, Mexico, the Philippines, Spain, the UK, and others. This alone is new for Trek, but even newer is that the US will not be first. Because films traditionally open on Wednesdays or Thursdays in many countries and because Paramount wants most of the world to have the film the same weekend, 22 countries will be getting Star Trek before the North America. The film will open first in France, Belgium and French Switzerland, on Wednesday May 6th. 19 other countries get the film the next day, including big countries like Germany and Australia and smaller ones like Slovenia and Lebanon. So good news for fans from Brussels to Buenos Aires to Beirut, while the ones in Boston to British Columbia will just have to wait until Friday.

Although new for Trek, these kind of massive global openings are becoming more and more common. Paramount gave Iron Man and Indy 4 similar global openings. Looking ahead to next May, all the big movies (Wolverine, Star Trek, Angels and Demons, Terminator 4) will open first outside the US. What will be interesting is to see if JJ Abrams Star Trek can also follow in the same mold as other summer blockbusters and make as much (or more) money overseas as it does domestically–something no Star Trek film has ever done. Star Trek films tend to make about 1/3 of their sales outside the US & Canada, mostly in the English speaking countries (UK, Australia, & New Zealand) and Germany. For this film to be a huge blockbuster it is going to have to expand that base.

For a full list of release dates, check out the official site, or see below.

Wednesday, May 6th 2009
Switzerland (French)

Thursday May 7th, 2009
New Zealand
Serbia & Montenegro
South Africa
Switzerland (German)

Friday May 8th, 2009
United Kingdom
United States

May 13th – July25th
Egypt (13-May-09)
India (26-May-09)
Hong Kong (28-May-09)
Poland (29-May-09)
Japan (6-Jun-09)
Korea (11-Jun-09)
Taiwan (25-Jul-09)


NOTE: for now the countdown clock is still set for the US/Canada opening. Maybe we need to add a ‘global’ opening too.



1. Negotiator - July 19, 2008

This is one way to stay ahead of the pirates out there.

2. Trevok - July 19, 2008

Hee Hee we in Oz get to see it before the US.

3. Sir Martman - July 19, 2008

Thursday May 7th, 2009 for New Zealand,,,

Time to start a countdown on my Bebo Page,,

:o )

4. Angry but i'll get over it - July 19, 2008

boy i guess this whole movie is about breaking away from tradition…o well, it should be broadcast in outer space before anywhere on this planet…if that makes sense

5. M - July 19, 2008

I work as a projectionist at a movie theater and there is no way the studios are not going to open this in the United States on Wednesday. The studios have always set the release dates for Fridays, but “change” them to Wednesday a week or two before the opening in order to get a few extra days of income out of them. Infact, they WILL have a pre-show on Wednesday at 12:00 a.m. This is just common Hollywood practice.

Point being: DON’T WORRY. You’ll see it on Wednesday.

6. Beam Me Up - July 19, 2008

Lucas always opens his movies on a Thursday, so that’s wrong.

7. tadayou - July 19, 2008

It might officially open May 7th in Germany, but I’m quite sure that my beloved English cinema will pull some sort of sneak preview the day before. They did it with Indy 4 and it was quite cool to have seen the movie before even the Wikipedia page was updated with a plot synopsis : )

Anyway, I’m glad they’re now aiming for a global release. Gives me the feeling that the film keeps getting bigger and more important for Paramount. Which is a good thing.

8. TheDarkSpock - July 19, 2008

Australia got The Dark Knight first and now we get Star Trek…………

9. raffie - July 19, 2008

OMG we’re getting the premiere! (I live in Belgium btw). Well that was truly out of a blue sky :D
My enthousiasm kinda dropped after the release date was pushed back so long, and I was under the impression that by the time the movie would be in theaters heren it’d be the end of 2009.
This is cool :D

10. raffie - July 19, 2008

BTW, i’ll be sure to drop some spoilers here, that evening on the 6th of may xD

11. Laurent - July 19, 2008

HO I’m so happy to be french for once !

12. Benjamin Sisko - July 19, 2008


7th May 2009 in Crottia. :)

13. Benjamin Sisko - July 19, 2008


14. Jens - July 19, 2008

Fantastic! It will open in Norway too! :-)

We have not had a Trek movie in cinemas since Star Trek IV. :-(

15. Iowagirl - July 19, 2008

I suppose a beaming elder Spock yelling “Jím” at Le Shat will sound great even in French…:)

16. neonknights - July 19, 2008

May 8th in Hungary! :-))) Waay cool.

Nemesis hadn’t been shown in theatres here, it was only released on DVD. The last Trek movie in theatres here was Insurrection. I’m happy to be able to see the new film on the big screen.

17. Commodore Redshirt - July 19, 2008

Is there any word if the version opening in France, Belgium, and Switzerland will be in English and subtitled into French or will it be dubbed into French…
If there are subtitles, and the film’s in English, I may have to take that trip to Paris….

18. oztrek - July 19, 2008

beam it out scotty!

19. captain_neill - July 19, 2008

I love Star Trek getting this blockbuster treatment. Just a shame we never got it with the proper original actors in the role in the 80s and 90s

20. Jim Smith - July 19, 2008

Films in London tend to sneak out theThursday before the release date, with Wednesday for really big releases [we big city folks are so impatient] so I’m confident of getting ahead o’ the game here. : )

21. Commodore Redshirt - July 19, 2008

I’m sorry, I should have addressed that question (#17) to CHARLES!

22. David - July 19, 2008

In any case – this is ONE movie I won’t download in advance of seeing. Just won’t do it. But as other have stated.. it will liekly open early at the last minute.

23. IMZADI - July 19, 2008

le 6 mai perfect !!! I’m french and it’s fantastic. je suis heureux happy !!!

may 6th is the the birthday of my daughter, it’s a great present for me… oups ! for her ! no really for me ! no for her… logically emotionnal

We’ll go together !!! super !!!

le 6 mai 2009, vive la France !!!

24. Stanky McFibberich - July 19, 2008

I am IN LINE already!

25. Bart - July 19, 2008

@17 Films in France usually get dubbed in french. However in Paris they show an VO (version originalle) in theatres later on in the evening.

In Belgium all movies are original with subtitles.

Enjoy paris ;)

26. Artanis - July 19, 2008

And for the first time ever, in Italy we won’t have to wait for several months for the next Trek movie! :)

27. Commodore Redshirt - July 19, 2008

Re: 24. Stanky McFibberich
” I am IN LINE already! ”

Stanky, are you in Belgium, France, or Switzerland?

28. new startrek? - July 19, 2008

I have already seen the movie.

Time travel IS POSSIBLE.

29. Dom - July 19, 2008

The regular opening in the UK is a Friday, but the film will inevitably get a preview screening, possibly for charity, on the Wednesday or Thursday in a lot of cinemas.

30. Commodore Redshirt - July 19, 2008

Re #25 Bart;

Thanks for the info!
Now I just need to sell my wife on a trip to Paris.
(…and that won’t be hard to do.)
(..until she finds out WHY I want to go to Paris…)

31. Flake - July 19, 2008

They should have the world premiere aboard the international space station. That would make the headlines! First premiere in space.

NASA would be happy to do it because its publicity for them as well.

32. Harry Dog - July 19, 2008

Most big films in the UK open on Thursdays now as 29 Doom has said. Getting nearer and becoming realer all the time now.

33. IMZADI - July 19, 2008

In Paris, movies are always in VO, it will not a problem !!!

we’ll be the firsts !!! for once time it’s cool !!! génial !!! parfait !!!

ST will not be only in Paris !!! others cities will show movie in VO !!!

in france openings are always wednesday. le 6 mai est logical for us

Kiss from France !!!

34. RoadSiren21 - July 19, 2008


May 8th in the Philippines!

Can’t wait!

35. Pomeranc - July 19, 2008

Realy great news! :))

But I have a question. What does it mean Czech/Slovakia?? Yes, Czechoslovakia did exist, but we are separate countries since 1993!!

But whatever, huh?

Don’t get me wrong, I’m very happy that we will be part of global premiere. Just this will upset me every time.

Czech Republic

36. Hallbjorn - July 19, 2008

WOW, Iceland is getting it on May 8th ! Same day as in the US. With the previous Trek movie it didin’t premiere umtil 3-4 months later in Iceland than in the US. This is GREAT !!!!!

37. Valar1 - July 19, 2008

congrats to all you ferners!

38. Lukas - July 19, 2008


Great idea! I’m sure they will go for it!

39. Q - July 19, 2008

Anthony, is this list final? Because as I can see we didn’t get the premiere. As we, I mean Macedonia. If the list isn’t final, maybe we can do something about it. If you know anything… it will be much appreciated.

Macedonia says Hello to everyone.

40. DIGINON - July 19, 2008

@ 39 Q: I’m pretty sure that this list isn’t final. It’s mostly likely that those are the dates that have been set for now. Other countries will follow I’m sure.

41. NaeZ - July 19, 2008

I live in the Netherlands, Antwerp (Belgium) is only 30 min. from my hometown.. I already know for sure: I’m heading to Antwerp to see there the premiere of Star Trek!!! and the next day I will see it in the Netherlands hahahahaha!!!!

42. PDX TREK - July 19, 2008

I think it’s cool that the new Star Trek is being launched in a global release. It’s a very Trek way of handling it and, in a way, is indicating that Star Trek has really matured into a global phenonema and not just an American one. Isn’t that what Star Trek is really about – The people of the Earth as one?

43. Fansince9 - July 19, 2008

I think that’s really neat, but I still wish it were showing first in Vulcan, Alberta, Canada. I’m American myself, but I still think it’d be pretty cool.

44. amb - July 19, 2008

I like it. Star Trek ftw!

45. Florian - July 19, 2008

I’m glad I live in Switzerland. We get it first. And most films are shown in the original language with french and german subtitles.

46. LCARS 24 - July 19, 2008

Only a week late in Japan? I was expecting months. Either way, it will be discussed to death in forums before I get to see it.

47. Chris M - July 19, 2008

May 7th here in Australia! :)

It’s awesome to have a date set in stone!

48. AJ - July 19, 2008

Florian: That sounds awful. TWO subtitles? Maybe this time, they’ll throw in Italian as well.

49. Tox Uthat - July 19, 2008

This is a very good sign of the studio’s confidence that XI can be huge.

50. Dennis Bailey - July 19, 2008

Yep. Obviously they’re hoping for more international action on this movie than Trek movies are known for.

51. Thank You Paramount, STAR TREK gets worldwide release! | Obsessed With Film - July 19, 2008


52. M - July 19, 2008


Actually INDY opened this year on a Wednesday. Check your facts.

53. Xai - July 19, 2008

Scripps Howard news service released an interview with JJ that my paper ran with. It states that “Star Trek” is a fall release.

Reporters… check your facts. Gads.

54. Odradek - July 19, 2008

@ 35. Pomeranc

Ahoj !
Krtek and Pan Tau forever

55. Xai - July 19, 2008

Perhaps this global opening will be another sign to a few naysayers that think Paramount is throwing money at a “bad” film. “Bad” films don’t get this treatment.

back to the celebration…

56. Tiberius - July 19, 2008

In Peru “Nemesis” hadn’t been seen in theatres and the previous trek movies were allways several months later.
It’s about time… for the first time global treatment for a Trek movie.

57. montreal paul - July 19, 2008

all I know is that I won’t be coming anywhere near this place from May 6th til I see the movie. I don’t want anyone ruining it for me.

58. rebecca - July 19, 2008

Wow, the community on this website is truly global.

Still can’t believe opening weekend for this movie is the weekend I graduate from college. What a way to celebrate – just hoping I can find a midnight showing in my area to drag my roommate to!

59. Ensign Ro- (short for Roland) - July 19, 2008

It’s very cool that Trek is getting the global treatment. I just hope someone from the countries getting the film first doesn’t spoil the ending for us that may have to wait a day or two. If the movie doesn’t have a early showing on Wednesday in the U.S., I may stay off this site till Friday…just in case.

60. Steve - July 19, 2008

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61. Kroll - July 19, 2008

Less than a year now ! Squeeeeeee!

62. The Underpants Monster - July 19, 2008

This is so exciting! And it’s incredibly fitting for the global spirit of Star Trek.

I may be naive, but I’ve also always thought that premiering in more markets at the same time might reduce bootleg DVD sales.

63. Better Picture of Spock - July 19, 2008

Look at

64. Ensign Ro- (short for Roland) - July 19, 2008

RE: #60 and #63

That is simply the previously released pic mirror-stamped to complete a “whole pic”…pretty cheesy.

65. cheesy spock - July 19, 2008

well of course it is, but cheese is nice especially toasted on a fresh tiger loaf

66. Ensign Ro- (short for Roland) - July 19, 2008

LOL…hope it’s a green cheese in honor of our favorite Vulcan.

67. cheesy spock - July 19, 2008

Blue cheese (Danish) Jolly nice! still can’t believe we have to wait so long for this damn movie, thank god Dr Who has kept us entertained

68. Schultz - July 19, 2008

#5 (pre shows)

They have pre-shows in Germany too; standard release is on Thursdays (right away at midnight); pre-shows often earlier on Wednesdays, sometimes even days ahead. (I’ve already seen regular pre-shows weeks ahead of the original release date, which is often only possible, if they show the original language version.)

#62 Premiering in more markets at the same time also prevents financial losses originating from bad word-of-mouth. ;)

69. sean - July 19, 2008


Exactly. No studio plans such an extensive release schedule for something they think will flop.

70. Wheeli - July 19, 2008

60, looks like the right side of Spock’s face is digitized, the shadow is wrong. it wouls be a strange light effect if it isn’t,

71. MikeyPikey - July 19, 2008

IRELAND- hi eh paramount? Don’t forget about little old ireland here, why are we nowhere to be seen on the list?

72. 7 of 5 - July 19, 2008

So on May 6, 2009, every detail goes online in spoilerforums and all this veil of secrecy gets lifted 2 days before we evben get a chance to see it.

Better avoid all media and Internet for those 3 days.


73. Jay - July 19, 2008

I think if Paramount were smart, they would bump up the North American date to May 6, or perhaps a 10:00 showing on May 5.

74. Cyberghost - July 19, 2008

well I guess u will see boots all over web, P2P and crappy copies on May 6th in China Town NYC.

I will wait for the big screen, hopefully IMAX !!

75. Redjac - July 19, 2008

Oh great…now Star Trek “goes globalist”…

(rolls eyes)

76. Xai (State of Iowa, USA) - July 19, 2008


This IS a party… Trek is back and promises to be back in a huge way.

77. Beam Me Up - July 19, 2008

Hey man, it’s cool. It means Paramount thinks this is huge., Nemesis didn’t even get a midnight screening.

78. Xai (State of Iowa, USA) - July 19, 2008

… and ..
I hope it gets all the play that Dark Knight is getting. The four local daily newspapers, including the one I work for, I read all had photos of Batman and/or Joker on page one Thursday.

I want to see the USS Enterprise featured as prominently next May. I’ll be doing my part by bothering my Entertainment editor starting mid-April.

(Hear that Bruce?…)

79. raulpetersen - July 19, 2008

im getting on the channel tunnel and heading for france as i cannot wait two days!!!

80. Anthony Pascale - July 19, 2008

It will be interesting to see how many Brits make the Trek. I have a sense that there will be quite a few of them at the first shows in Calais. It takes about an hour on the Eurostar from London to Calais.

81. K. M. Kirby - July 19, 2008

Brussells Marriot, here I come.

I wonder how many days the line camp will take.

Better to get there in mid-April and work it out from there…

82. That Guy - July 19, 2008

Ok….how many have seen this fast food promo
for McDonalds and ST TMP? I never seen it
and just came across it. Its and quite
cheesy but what the heck.

BTW….where is the mighty Garth?

83. subatoi - July 19, 2008

It’s so cool!

When the date was 25.12.08, we in Israel heard that the movie will be released here on February, and it wasn’t so nice to hear… That’s much better, May 7th!

84. Relentless - July 19, 2008

@ #1. It maybe a way to be the pirates, but there is still someone on the inside who can “make a dump” – hard drive dump. That happened with one of the Star Wars movies.

85. Rhett Coates - July 19, 2008

42. PDX TREK – July 19, 2008
“I think it’s cool that the new Star Trek is being launched in a global release. It’s a very Trek way of handling it and, in a way, is indicating that Star Trek has really matured into a global phenonema and not just an American one. Isn’t that what Star Trek is really about – The people of the Earth as one?”

YES, IT IS. Absolutely! Evidently, Roberto and Alex have crafted a story big enough that it has literally INSPIRED Paramount to “boldly go global.” It’s a foregone conclusion that G. Roddenberry would likely be pleased as punch to see how this film [based on his vision and creation] is generating so much buzz, around the entire world. They say, “Change the world, one person at a time.” Well, STAR TREK may help do that in one “fellow” swoop! HELLO, FELLOW STAR TREK FANS FROM AROUNDTHE GLOBE: let’s all boldly go, leading the way. Our collective “Cry in the Wildeness” should perhaps be as simple as “Welcome aboard the ENTERPRISE!” – to everyone, everywhere.

43. Fansince9 – July 19, 2008
“I think that’s really neat, but I still wish it were showing first in Vulcan, Alberta, Canada. I’m American myself, but I still think it’d be pretty cool.”

HERE’S HOPING Paramount (or someone) will think to make Vulcan, Alberta – AND Riverside, Iowa – two of the places for an “official premier screening” of some sort or another. Considering….

86. Jared - July 19, 2008

I think they should open the movie on May 3rd as it is my birthday…lol

But failing that I’m willing to wait til opens in Canada!!
(like I have a choice in any of this. What do you mean Paramount doesn’t do whatever I want? But it’s MY birthday!!)

87. British Naval Dude - July 19, 2008

bootin’ up me universal translator:

“We Bjorg are anxiously awaiting our assimilation of the film, yay. Hey, could I interest anyone in some nice bedroom furniture, yay? Tends to break but it’s really fast, yay. Even the dressers are borne from jets, yay.”

“That BND Trekkite owe me fifty dollars! If you see him, put some hurt on him or no more funtime.”

“We have humbly requested that all violence be stricken for our print of the film. And they really should wear more robes.”

“Com badges? We don’t need no more stinkin’ com badges.”

“It’s all about amore! We love to see the ship fly about. We love to see the beautiful cast! Now, Luigi and I will make sure you see it safely, we just need a little payment so you do not go and accidently have your legs broken when seeing the film.”

“Oompah! Here come the saucer ship we throw and break as a sign of our love!”

“Enough with calling your bad guys after our Emperors! Is Caligula the villain next? We gave you the art and culture and civilization we stole from the Greeks!”

“You Italians and your love of robes! Your pope, your Roman Empire! Next you’ll be dancing with men!”

“We have signed an agreement with WalMart to make the next Trek films here.”

“I say, is Hugh Grant in it? Brilliant he is.”

“Thanks to the time traveling communications satelites our Arthur C. Clarke had put in our huts, we have already seen it.”

“Man, is this another crapfest with Jar-Jar Binks? Well, maybe I’ll take my little boy to it.”

As fur me, I’m sure glad Trek be so grand this time aboot… United Colors o’ Benetton! I’d like ta’ buy tha’ world a Coke…

88. Pizza - July 19, 2008

292 days to go, and some of you are already wetting your pants.

We haven’t even turned the page on the calendar to 2009 yet.

When the countdown goes from triple to double digits, then I’ll smile

89. TK - July 19, 2008

#87 BND XD LOL!!

90. Paul - July 19, 2008

Nothing much really changes for us Europeans. We’d probably get it in April – May 2009 anyway. :)

Poor Polish guys, though. That’s just not fair. Indeed “100 lat za murzynami,” as their Trek website says.

91. trekkieozzy - July 19, 2008

Hehe poor Polishs they will watch in 29 may.
Maybe we see trailer of Star Trek XII while they watch Star Trek XI :) :P

I’m from Turkey. Is there any Turkish Trekkie here?

92. Splurch - July 19, 2008

I think it’s great that Star Trek is getting a global premier, however I think it’s sad that the country that created it will not see it until 2 days later.

You wouldn’t see a Doctor Who movie NOT premiering in the UK or a Godzilla movie ( the crappy US one excepted) NOT premiering in Japan.

I hope that #5 is correct.

93. mojonaut - July 19, 2008

71 probably because they consider us to be part of the UK. Sad, but most likely true. Our release date will almost certainly be the same.

94. Matt - July 19, 2008

Well, Northern Ireland IS part of the UK. But yeah, there should be an ROI release date.

95. jcvmf214 - July 19, 2008

How is that for a kick in the head
guess i’ll catch it on dvd

96. - July 19, 2008

Is a Good news form Argentina. 07-05-09. Excellens.

97. Irishtrekkie - July 19, 2008

Yes i would guess Republic of Ireland date would be the Friday May 8th, it better be at least , or they could do it earlier just for the laugh . lol

98. BringBackTrek - July 19, 2008

Great! I just called my fiancée in Brussels (6 May) and she is letting me cut in line by flying over from Seoul (11 June!)

99. MikeyPikey - July 19, 2008

Oh well guess us Irish trekkies will have to wait for the dvd release, or we could travel to the UK i guess.

100. Gustavo - July 19, 2008

Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Trek in Brazil same day as USA!!!!

These news alongside with the posters, makes me excited for the movie….this will be great movie event of 2009 (this year’s movie event is THE DARK KNIGHT, and I loved it, can’t wait for the DVD now….=])

101. krikzil - July 19, 2008

It’s nice that we will all get to react to it the same weekend.

102. Victor Hugo - July 19, 2008

Wonderful, we brazilians love “Jornada nas Estrelas”. :O)

103. Engon - July 19, 2008

I live on Rigel XII and we still haven’t gotten “Star Trek III.” Did they ever find Spock?

104. Radioactive Spock - July 19, 2008

am i not signed up correctly? why did my comment get erased?

105. Gary - July 20, 2008

So is VENEZUELA!!!!!!!!!!

106. Agent69 - July 20, 2008

The reason why no Star Trek movie made killing in international box office is because most of them were released before Overseas Box Office boom, and those who were (Nemesis, Insurrection and even First Contact) didn’t get good release schedules.

Can’t wait for May 7th.

107. Tango - July 20, 2008

I have no feelings one way or another about it opening in Switzerland before the US. I’m very neutral on that.

However–those bushwasi French with their movie theaters and their Star Trek Premier before everyone else-Fwa on them.

Belgiums?–Those are big horses. Our quarter horses are much faster than they.

108. Stanky McFibberich - July 20, 2008

re: 27. Commodore Redshirt – July 19, 2008
“Re: 24. Stanky McFibberich
” I am IN LINE already! ”

Stanky, are you in Belgium, France, or Switzerland?”

Oops! Sorry, I thought this was the line for commodity cheese!

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110. Anthony Thompson - July 20, 2008

How in tarnation are all those furriners going to see Star Track before us good Americans, who invented it! That ain’t right!

111. Tango - July 20, 2008


Apparantly, here in Nebraska there are Sand Hills, but I could not find a Tarnation.

112. The Underpants Monster - July 20, 2008

#71 – maybe they’re still mad at Finnegan.

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114. FSL - July 20, 2008

Thanks so much, Anthony.

Now I can be sure the movie will be coming to Hong Kong.

10 months never seems so far away =)

115. Elfwine - July 21, 2008

Yeeha! Finally, we’ll see Trek on big screen in Russia! For a very first time!
And ahead of USA!

We love you JJ!

– From Russia, with peace.

116. Lt. Woof - July 22, 2008

Now you can dub it in every language between now and then…

Including Klingon…

117. myself - December 14, 2008

so the cast will be in the usa not in london :(

118. Joe Kohler - December 16, 2008

Put the revised quiz back on now. That is an ORDER!!!

119. Joe Kohler - February 1, 2009

I got the revise test in person… It is an ongoing test, and it is pretty hard. The affirmations I use are…Add what you want
Igive gratitude for my life,
I give gratitude for this beatiful day.
I give gratitude for Star Trek.
I give gratitude for…
I give gratitude for the ascension.
I give gratitude for…
I give gratitude for…
Igive gratitude for…
I give gratitude for my good health…
Visualize what you want.
And as for healing energy for the world, this is what I pray.
I ask that the highest divine healing and Reiki energy flow through me and go to everyone and everything on this planet including this planet especially to

… put in who you want…

I ask that the highest divine healing and Reiki energy go to everyone and everything on this planet including this planet and go to all throughout space and its inhabitance, on other planets, and its inhabitance, and to the planets themselves. In this galaxy, in other galaxies, in this universe and others, on this side and the other, throughout all dimensions, in the physical and non-physical.

120. Arcadians - March 6, 2009

Cyprus on the 8th… I’ll take that!

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