As reported on Friday, a new kid-friendly trailer for the Star Trek movie is running with Monsters vs. Aliens this weekend (2D version only). Yesterday this trailer ran during the Kid’s Choice Awards on Nickelodeon, which also included an appearance by Chris Pine. See below to watch the remixed trailer (with a couple of new things) and to also check out Pine’s appearance.
Hey kids watch Star Trek – it’s exciting!
This new trailer is specifically aimed at a younger crowd and is mostly based on the first theatrical trailer, but removes the more violent and sexy parts. There are also images from some of the newer trailers and a few new bits thrown in (see below for more on that).For now this trailer is not on any official site, but is available at YouTube.
Pine goes for the youth vote
Chris Pine (the new Kirk) also appeared on the Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice Awards. He along with America Ferrera (Ugly Betty), gave out the award for Best Movie. (and he was not slimed)
The LA Times caught up with Pine on the Kid’s Choice red carpet, where he answered some questions, check it out.
Kids-friendly trailer screencaps & analysis
The new commercial has just a few new things. Some are new angles or extensions of previously seen things, but there is one brand new scene as well. All detailed below.
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Extended views of previously seen stuff
Three of the new shots are from scenes we have seen in previous trailers
First US view
Kids trailer also contains a short scene that was shown in some international versions of Trailer #3
The big news of the Kids trailer is the three seconds from a scene (and set) that are revealed for the first time.
More trailer analysis and details
And in case you missed it, check out our previous shot-by-shot analyses:
- Trailer #2 (first ‘theatrical trailer’ also recut as ‘TV commercial #1)
- Super Bowl Commercial (aka TV Commercial #2)
- Trailer #3
- TV Commercial #3
Much of the above analysis is based on scenes in the trailer that were also shown during the 20-minute press preview held last Fall. For more on that see TrekMovie full analysis.