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ST09 Tidbits (T-24): Movie Coming (bit) Early? + Russia Premiere + New Interviews + Pine to A-Team? + more April 13, 2009

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Great Links,Star Trek (2009 film) , trackback

According to the Official TrekMovie countdown timer, we are currently at 24 days and 2 hours to the first Midnight shows of Star Trek (on the west coast), but our first Tidbit of the day says it might be a few hours earlier. In other bits we have photos from the Moscow stop for the JJ Tour, interviews with Quinto, Pine and Abrams, new casting news for Pine, and more.

 

Star Trek coming (5 hours) earlier in the US?
The official release date for Star Trek in the USA and Canada is Friday May 8th, which means that there will be many midnight shows on Thursday May 7th. Today ComingSoon reported that "shows will start at 7PM" or five hours earlier. As of now there are no theaters selling tickets for 7, but TrekMovie has learned that there may be something to this, although Paramount will not confirm anything. We will provide an update on this as soon as there is more to know. If this does pan out, one big question will be how to handle all those people who already bought advance tickets for those midnight shows.

Remember the release dates vary from country to country, with most being on either May 7th the 8th. The official site has the full (current) list.

Star Trek Invades Russia
Yesterday the Star Trek gala world tour stopped in Moscow, Russia for a premiere and a press conference. On hand were JJ Abrams, Bryan Burk, Eric Bana, Zoe Saldana and Anton Yelchin. This makes the first stop for the new Chekov, but it makes sense since he is both playing a Russian character, and the actor was born in Russia. Since all the articles are in Russian, we will just have to do with the pictures. Here are a few:


Bana, Yelchin, Saldana, & Abrams at Moscow press conference


Bana, Yelchin, Saldana, & Abrams at Moscow premiere


Saldana strikes a pose for a fan at Moscow Premiere

Star Trek opens to the public in Russia on May 7th. More photos from the Russian events at Film.ru. (they also have an interview with Abrams in Russian)

Abrams/Pine/Quinto Interviews
There are a couple of new inteviews coming out of the Australian press event last week. First up is JJ Abrams interview with TheVine, here is an excerpt.

Most of the time these remakes and reboots fall pretty flat, but it seems like you’ve got the balance right.
I think the key was not having insane reverence for the original material. I felt free to make choices that were right for a movie, not for ‘Trek’. But we had a writer [Robert Orci] who was an avowed Trekkie. Bob’s awareness of what we needed to adhere to was sort of the safety valve for the movie – but it wasn’t the master we were serving. And to me that’s the thing.

What was it like having Leonard Nimoy involved in the project?
He was the definition of gentlemanly. He was supportive and graceful. He wasn’t just helping pass the baton away from the Trek that people are familiar with to the new Trek – he was really passing on this role to this other actor [Zachary Quinto] – and encouraging him, befriending him.

And then there is a Cinefools interview with Quinto and Pine, here is an excerpt from that:

Last night the portrayal of both your character s was so powerful. And there seemed to be an instant chemistry between both of you in the movie. How instantaneous was that chemistry on set?

CP-it’s like with anybody if you meet them and you have an instant connection and you’ll know you’ll be friends for a long time. It was pretty much that. The worse thing that could ever happen is when you know you have to build chemistry. You Spock and Kirk have to have great chemistry. And the last thing you want to do is have to manufacture a thing and try really hard to have that electricity.

And never felt. I knew Zach socially a little bit before I even went in for the audition and he was helpful in prepping me about JJ and the Script. And we w2ent together on the Friday afternoon long ago and I knew I would work well with this guy.

ZQ- I knew that immediately as well. Even after the last 4 guys for the role all of them were great in there own way but it was far, far away that Chris was the only choice. Just in terms of how I related to him and how he related to the character and I think all that helps. You spend a lot of time training and in the theatre process to have a shorthand and vocabulary to understand how these relationships work .it wasn’t an effort. That was key and if yopu8 don’t have it that when you are in trouble. It has to be easy.

Pine Wants Howling Mad
Chris Pine is making more casting buzz on another high profile project, this time the big screen version of The A-Team, being directed by Joe Carnahan (who directed Pine Smokin’ Aces, a role which got the buzz train rolling for the young actor). The surprising thing for this project is that Pine isn’t angling to play the team leader Col. John Hannibal Smith, played by George Peppard on the classic 80s show, nor does he want to play Templeton ‘Faceman’ Peck (played by Dirk  Benedict). No, Star Trek’s leading man tells MTV he wants to play H.M. ‘Howling Mad’ Murdock, a role originally played by Dwight Shultz (aka Barclay from TNG and VOY). Apparently Pine is a big fan of the show and Murdoch was his favorite character…go figure.


Pike wants to step into Shultz’s shoes as the new ‘Howling Mad’ Murdoch

Bullets: ESPN + More Desktops + Nimoy News + Erin Poll


2D erin FTW

Thanks to Mike, Marko and other tipsters

Comments

1. Atlantians - April 13, 2009

Woah. First. Chekov is good for Russia.

2. Ruthless Nate - April 13, 2009

For Pine’s sake, I hope he doesn’t just get stuck doing Hollywood reboots for his whole career.
“You want to do a film of ‘Diff’rent Strokes’? Get Chris Pine in that thing!”

3. T2 - April 13, 2009

Saw more tv ads today for Star Trek. I’ve seen one a day for the last few days on all different channels. It’s a beautiful thing! Now on ESPN, all the better!

4. Steven PDX - April 13, 2009

I remember the DVD extras from King Kong and how the crew hauled around the world on the press tour…exhausted most of the time, pumped up during the events. It’s one of the things that must be cool and awful at the same time.

Still, it’s great to see Paramount trotting them out like this. Hard to believe that this is Star Trek getting the royal treatment. I think we’re in for a few good years of our favorite episodic adventure!

5. Phasers On Stun - April 13, 2009

Does anyone know if these premieres are free or do the attendees have to pay for a ticket?

6. Simon Say's - April 13, 2009

Where is Simon Pegg? in all these Premiers?

7. Pragmaticus - April 13, 2009

I’d love to sit in a Russian audience to see their reaction to Chekov.

8. The Governator - April 13, 2009

Some good tidbits. And by the way, the ESPN baseball tonight sponsored by Trek also showed another commercial that has not been covered here. It began with mixing promotions for the new stadium with shots from the new movie that even had shots from the first teaser trailer w/ the welder followed by an all out full-blown preview of the movie similar to the 6th tv spot but longer and better.

9. Anthony Pascale - April 13, 2009

5
how premieres are handled varies from city to city but mostly they are invite-only events, although some tickets go on sale at some locations. I think the Belgian one may be all tickets, but it is part of a film festival. The press tend to also get their own screening in each city, usually before the ‘gala’ event.

10. Christian - April 13, 2009

Anthony,

This whole week on ESPN is “Future Week”. In conjunction with ST.

And is the early premiere for most theaters or a select few? I’m sure thats what you are looking into now. Thanks!

11. S. John Ross - April 13, 2009

Chris Pine as Face would make 100% sense; he has exactly that _kind_ of cockiness in his smile.

On the other hand, anything that prevents Jim Carrey from getting the Mad Murdoch role is worthwhile.

12. The Governator - April 13, 2009

Doesn’t really matter if it comes out at 7 on Thursday or midnight, I still won’t be able to see it until Friday evening. Doesn’t bother me that much. I’ve waited this long, I can wait a few hours more. Just wish I didn’t have a huge examination earlier on the 8th. Really pisses me off.

13. garen - April 13, 2009

in that particular candid picture of Zoe with the fan…i feel that she has never looked better. A nice honest photo of her looking beautiful!

14. Ted - April 13, 2009

there was a Star Trek tv spot during WWE Raw

15. catchupwiththesun - April 13, 2009

2d erin is hot.

16. DJT - April 13, 2009

2-D Erin, ‘Da’ ….

17. The Governator - April 13, 2009

It sounds like these tv spots are coming up all over the place. I guess we’re getting pretty close. =)

18. thebiggfrogg - April 13, 2009

Actually, from a selfish fan point of view it would be great if Pine just did reboots. If this movie proves to be any good, I’m dreading the day when Pine becomes a big, bankable star and we end up with a new Kirk-of-the-week (Spock-of-the-week, McCoy-of-the-week, etc.). I hope when those days, inevitably come, they just continue on with their current cast and rotate in a new character. The one thing I appreciate about Trek was there was some effort at continuity and some loyalty to what came before. I know some of that is out the window now, but I just don’t want to see this become like Sherlock Holmes or Bond where every decade there is a “this is not your father’s Trek” pitch going on.

19. Jenni Generation - April 14, 2009

The BFI Imax in the UK is starting on the 7th, figured it was an IMAX thing… that list lies.

20. Valar1 - April 14, 2009

That russian fan with zoe looks like Topher grace from the 70′s show.

21. colin - April 14, 2009

CP would be great as Murdoch (given his performance in Smokin’ Aces). And I think it might even be a deliberate step away from being typecast as Kirk (although obviously he’ll do the sequels) – which means he might still possess the ability to act ten or twenty years from now… :)

Which means future Trek movies might be more successful than, say, Nemesis.

22. Poroto Parker - April 14, 2009

The link to Nimoy´s message on Trekweb actually leads to cominsoon.net. And thanks for all the information!

23. RetroWarbird - April 14, 2009

You know, until I found out yesterday that Pine was the redneck killer in Smokin’ Aces, I never, ever in a million years would have put two and two together that it was the same guy …

Pine could do Howlin’ Mad, I think. He looks a little bit like Dwight Schultz, and from what I’ve seen of him it wouldn’t be out of his range. Just on the inevitable side note … man, Barclay should’ve gotten more showtime on TNG. One of my all-time favorite characters. I’m sure we can guess that Dwight Schultz as a TV veteran leaving in impact on Barclay, who could’ve been a throwaway character, is responsible for how he did get some heavy use in the later seasons and even got some nice bits in VOY and First Contact … but he and O’Brien were my favorite TNG’ers, and my first wish for “more O’Brien” turned into him being the most stable fixture in all of Trek … I wish I could’ve said the same for Lt. Broccoli.

24. mee - April 14, 2009

DOes Pike want to play Murdock or pine??? umm im confused…

25. Steve - April 14, 2009

Your link for the info about the Austin premiere is messed up. It’s the comingsoon.net link about the aerlier time. Here’s the correct one:

http://trekweb.com/articles/2009/04/13/Exclusive-Leonard-Nimoy-Talks-to-TrekWeb-About-New-Movie-Secret-Premiere.shtml

26. Chris Fawkes - April 14, 2009

Why wasn’t Zoe at the Australian premier?

27. Allister gourlay - April 14, 2009

Got this reply form the Glasgow IMAX in Scotland yesterday.

Thank you for your enquiry.
Star Trek is due for release on the 8th May and we are planning to show it, sign up to our e-newsletter to be told when tickets go on sale.

WhooooHooo!

28. Commander K - April 14, 2009

#27
Allister, i’m from Glasgow and this is great news! :)

I’ll be attending the London premiere next week anyway, i’ll be sure to get some nice shots and gossip from the cast and crew! :)

29. Jeyl - April 14, 2009

Stop kidding around folks and vote 2D Erin! Just hit the button marked 2D! Clone Wars can have their 3D characters, but we got imagination on our side with Star Trek!

30. Frank - April 14, 2009

Well, there is definitely a day of preview screenings here in Manchester, UK at the Odeon IMAX on the 7th May. I know cos I bought the tickets three days ago for the 6.30pm screening. The first screening is at 11.00am I think.

By the way, Anthony, I love this site and have been lurking around for the last few years. I hope you’ll continue and cover the recently announced sequel.

Cheers!

31. Guenther - April 14, 2009

heh,

just been informed that i won two tickets to the pre-premiere here in vienna today :D

karl urbans there … and john cho … no jj but cool enough.

I’m the happiest austrian trek nerd :)

32. oby - April 14, 2009

An “A Team” remake? Ugh. Pine should run far and fast from that.

33. SPOCKBOY - April 14, 2009

#27,#28
I lived in Glasgow for 3 years (in Dennistoun) in the east end.
I remember George Square, Sauchiehall street , the Gorbals…
Fantastic city!

Great article too! : )

34. Rastaman - April 14, 2009

It’s hard to imagine Pine playing Howling Mad Murdoch, but I’d love to see him try. He definitely seems more like a “Faceman” to me.

A Star Trek/A-team connection would be pretty cool though considering these were my two favorite shows growing up!

35. Mitch - April 14, 2009

I don’t think A-Team is a good career move for Pine. While Kirk is a role that will help him as a leading man, Murdock isn’t. There is virtually no chance A-Team will be a good movie. What made that show so entertaining was the cast. Every role was pretty much tailor made for the actor that played it. Face was made for Dirk Benedict. BA was made for Mr. T. If ever there was a TV series that needed the original actors in their roles in a movie, it’s A Team. Obviously, Peppard is dead, but a role like Murdock wouldn’t work for Pine. If they want to assure the A Team will truly suck, they should get Wil Ferrell on board.

The problem is Murdock will be very hard to cast. Dwight Schultz was brilliant in that role. He was hilarious, yet not slapstick and trying too hard.

I can’t see A Team being any good, and Pine should stay away. If there’s a choice between Hal Jordan or Murdock, it’s Jordan. A superhero movie is much better for his type.

36. I am Kurok! - April 14, 2009

With the Somali pirate-thing going on, I pulled out my DVD of Blackhawk down: Bana is absolutely great!! I can’t wait to see the intesity he’ll bring to ST.

37. CAPT. CRUNCH - April 14, 2009

I hope Chekov was able to find the little old lady from Leningrad…
the great inventor of all things in the 23rd century!

38. CAPT. CRUNCH - April 14, 2009

to 36..so was Tom Hardy..lets hope thisTrek is slightly better!!

39. CaptainRickover - April 14, 2009

Insane reverence material? What does that mean? TOS is insane, this movie ist not ? :(

40. screaming satellite - April 14, 2009

A Team casting?

Hannibal = Clooney (nearly starred in the A Team directors White Jazz with Pine b4 it fell apart so must be under serious consideration)..if for some reason that dosnt happen i’d say give Mel Gibson a shot (hes been on the naughty step too long now)..then again isnt Ridely Scott producing this~? Russel Crowe will be on the short list then…

Face = Pitt? hes the obvious choice i suppose although maybe hes too old and famous to take a supporting role now..plus if Clooney is H then thatd be a bit much due to Oceans films…could be any heartthrob in his 30s or 40s i suppose – Ryan Reynolds? Affleck? (they were in Smokin Aces)..Colin Farrel? (although hes already been in Miami Vice and SWAT)

BA – Ving Rhames or Michael Clarke Duncan

Murdock = Pine…? its possible since he was in Smokin Aces and was almost in White Jazz…but surely Jim Carrey will be wanting to do it?

cameos for Benedict, Lt Barcley and Mr T

41. SciFiGeek - April 14, 2009

OH MY GOD!!! Just received my tickets for the London premiere of Star Trek on monday 20th April. I promise you guys, I will give my honest view on the movie. Be it good or bad.

42. Mike Ten - April 14, 2009

I couldn’t imagine making a movie a year ago and then having to watch it over and over at these premieres! This movie has to be good!

I can’t imagine sitting thru multiple premieres if it was a awful mess. This has to be a good sign, can’t wait for May to get here.

43. Derf - April 14, 2009

#41 Nice :)

#2 Whatcha talkin bout Bones?

44. screaming satellite - April 14, 2009

41 – u lucky devil!! how u get those?

45. Danpaine - April 14, 2009

#18 – my sentiments exactly. Nothing would be a bigger turnoff than having different actors play our favorite characters every time a new film comes out. That would chase me away for good.

“For this movie, Kirk will be played by……” who cares, cause I’m outta here….

46. falcon - April 14, 2009

@40 – I could see Clooney as Hannibal Smith. He could pull off that George Peppard-type swagger. Face? That’s a different story. Definitely not Pitt. What about a younger actor?

Now that I think about it, what about younger actors for all the roles? Why not somebody like a Jensen Ackles (“Supernatural”, Dean Winchester) for Hannibal? I could almost see Pine as either Face or Murdock. I do like the idea of a Ving Rhames as BA, but what about Ice Cube? He’s proven he can do comedy and drama (perhaps not real well, but still…..), and the new A-Team movie should have elements of both.

Just keep Jim Carrey out of it. Please.

47. CaptainChris - April 14, 2009

I haven’t seen a single TVSpot for Star Trek in the UK yet… anyone else?

48. Gustavo Valente - April 14, 2009

Will the cast come to Brazil to promote the movie? I hope so

49. SciFiGeek - April 14, 2009

#47

Same here. No TV Spots yet. Lots of Wolverine trailers though. I have a feeling the British media is under-estimating the potential of this new star trek.

I remeber it happend in 2007 when Simpsons and Transformers released in the U.K on the same weekend. All the hype was for Simpsons and initially everybody I knew went and watched that movie. The moment they realised it was no more than a glorified T.V episode, the B.O collections started dropping sharply. On the other hand, Transformers was stable for quite a few weeks.

I see the same thing happening this year. Wolverine may get all the initial hype, but the moment audiences realise what the new Trek movie has to offer, it will blow wolverine away. Plus reactions to the leaked footage is not helping matters for FOX.

50. trekboi - April 14, 2009

Man Zoe is hot- id so turn straight for her!

51. Loskene - April 14, 2009

47: Haven’t seen a single one in Ireland either, and I haven’t seen the theatricals in the cinema either. Had to watch every trailer online

52. Trekmatt - April 14, 2009

I’ve seen the trailers twice so far where i am in the UK, but no tv spots yet.

53. Paulaner - April 14, 2009

#39 “Insane reverence material? What does that mean? TOS is insane, this movie ist not ?”

The *reverence* is insane, not TOS. That’s what Abrams is saying, and in my opinion he is right.

54. DGill - April 14, 2009

#29

Am I the only one who hates that show?

55. Commander K - April 14, 2009

Anyone know who is coming to the UK premiere? I’m planning to seduce Zoe Saldana…

56. DGill - April 14, 2009

#55

“Anyone know who is coming to the UK premiere? I’m planning to seduce Zoe Saldana…”

Please, not the wedding bag… ;D

57. S. John Ross - April 14, 2009

#46 speaks wisdom with “Just keep Jim Carrey out of it. Please.”

This cannot be said often enough, or loud enough.

And it applies to every movie, everywhere, about everything. Plus TV.

58. tman - April 14, 2009

If there was a premiere in Russia, Shanghai must have “bad copies” through the Russian mob already.

59. Chadwick - April 14, 2009

I plan to go to the midnight IMAX show but nothing is for sale yet, even on the theatre website its not even listed yet, so no way of buying tickets until maybe a week ahead. If there will be a 7pm show that would be awesome! But I plan to be there opening day, first showing in the IMAX.

60. I'm dead Jim - April 14, 2009

How’s this for a nightmare A-Team cast: Jim Carrey, Wil Farrell, Ben Stiller, Jack Black and maybe Tracy Morgan as BA.

61. DGill - April 14, 2009

#60

What about Terry Crews as BA? At least he can make his moobs dance. XD

62. RD - April 14, 2009

Well ABRAMS JUST SAID IT ALL:

“I think the key was not having insane reverence for the original material. I felt free to make choices … not for ‘Trek’… it wasn’t the master we were serving. And to me that’s the thing.”

THIS PROVES IT WAS A REBOOT FROM THE BEGINNING. ABRAMS COULD CARE LESS ABOUT TREK. It’s almost like he did it because he made a bet he could make Trek mainstream, like L. Ron Hubbard bet he could create a religion.

63. sparty - April 14, 2009

IMAX in London is booking for Thurs 7th may.

64. Kathryn Janeway - April 14, 2009

#23 – RetroWarbird

“Pine could do Howlin’ Mad, I think. He looks a little bit like Dwight Schultz”

Where on Earth did you get that idea about Pine looking a little bit like Dwight Schultz?! It’s like saying that Megan Fox (who in this case would be the equivalent of Pine) looks a little bit like Jorja Fox (CSI) …. O_o

65. ABQ_trekker - April 14, 2009

Anthony,

Please post the Russian articles. I’m sure somebody here can translate; there may be some interesting nuggets in there.

66. krikzil - April 14, 2009

Hmm…without “insane reverence” would we all still be here 40+ years later?

67. Moscow never sleeps - April 14, 2009

- A strange thing…i don’t see any chair in this pictures..

68. Moscow never sleeps - April 14, 2009

- I like chairs…especially the captain’s chair from ENTERPRISE D..

69. T'Chert - April 14, 2009

A lot of my friends was on Russian premiere. Most of them says the movie was amazing (and the event of course). I really envy them.

70. Planet Pandro - April 14, 2009

You know, a few years back, I would have crapped a brick over this “insane reverence” comment. I thought the devil was in the details and that every last little thing made Star Trek what it is. Now, to some extent, in the “grand scheme” of things, that holds some merit. However, with all of the Trek series in syndication and catching reruns here and there, not to mention sitting down to watch any of the Star Trek films, I’ve let go of alot of that strict, hardline belief. And my reward, in turn, is that I’m able to enjoy alot more of the Trek I watch. I’m not bogged down by “oh, well, they can’t beam at warp b/c two seasons ago they said they can’t” or “I bet Jim Kirk himself hauled the ol’ gal out of mothballs to come looking for me” etc. Or the famous “I never forget a face, Mr….Chekov”. For my part, in my own opinion (which for the record I know is no more or less important than anyone else’s here, we’re all trek fans are we not? “we are as one”, I quote from a lovely, drunk former Borg) this letting go of the strict canon interpretation really has given me a more pure enjoyment of Star Trek. I might not be watching it still if I was going to get bent out of shape with every canon violation. I apply this to the new film wholeheartedly, and look forward to spending some quality cinema time with some new old friends this spring.

71. Third Remata'Klan - April 14, 2009

I could see Pine as Murdoch.

72. Third Remata'Klan - April 14, 2009

I hope that movie doesn’t suck, though.

73. Third Remata'Klan - April 14, 2009

#70

Well said. That’s an attitude we should all share.

74. Randall - April 14, 2009

In Soviet Russia, Star Trek reboots you!

75. Mark from Germany - April 14, 2009

@62 is there any abrams-scientology connection?

76. I'm dead Jim - April 14, 2009

75. I would bet Tom Cruise tried to convert JJ during MI:III.

77. 750 Mang - April 14, 2009

The roll out for Star Trek has been great.

Viral websites, crew dossiers, the surprise world premiere in Austin, and now early showings on Thursday. Very nice. Very fan friendly.

And the Burger King glasses are the coolest promo I’ve seen in twenty years.

78. EFFeX - April 14, 2009

*whistles*

I might be getting early passes for a screening a few days in advance, can’t wait!

79. Rod of Rassilon - April 15, 2009

I will be waiting a few days, maybe going to the monday or tuesday night screening, I’ve waited this long!

and I HATE over full cinemas, I HATE ill mannered kids kicking my seat/talking/poking at their mobile phone.

so I always wait a few days and THEN go, I get to actually ENJOY the film, not have to exert effort into cancelling out all the people interference..

although.. its damned tempting :)

80. ensign joe - April 15, 2009

got my tickets for the 7pm showing on the 7th!!!

oh yeah and they are for specific seats (balcony)… no waiting in line.. which is not to say that I won’t ‘beam’ in and out of the lines just cause I can..

woohoo!!

81. Skeptic - April 15, 2009

I can also confirm the good news in Chicago! Just got my 7pm, May 7th tickets. Only the Kerasotes theaters are selling tickets as of right now, so I’m not sure if the AMC theaters will have the early tickets also or not.

82. Elfwine - April 15, 2009

Hi all!
On 12th april I was on Russian premier, and it was really amazing!

We saw Bana, Yelchin, Saldana and JJ before screening: Bana was rather dull and tired, Anton was shy at first, but quickly found himself, Saldana was incredibly hot(although she was really trembling in her short thin dress :) ), and JJ was very communicative and open.

Here are autographs, that me and my girlfriend(“Katya Thanks!” in golden – is from JJ to her) took this day(with invitations) – http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/ee43/jerzy_kovalskiy/IMG_1257.jpg .

The movie is unbelievably good! Chekov rules! Although russian bubbing killed half of his moments(feel the irony!).
When I had left the cinema, it was with feeling, that i saw a true Star Trek film, not just another sci-fi blockbuster.

More photos – http://photofile.ru/users/ivan-/3707204/ .
Will post even more later.

Thanks JJ, thanks Paramount(and russian distributor Central Partnership), thanks our fanclub head Dyonis – this was really awesome!

Greets from Russia,
Elfwine.

83. Elfwine - April 15, 2009

#5
Our premier was absolutely free, at least for uot fanclub. And I know, that there were a lot of give aways on russian cinema-sites.

#58
Not sure, could be. All I know is that my Ukranina fellow-trekkie friend watched the english “bad copy”, as you put it, the day before we had a premier here :).

84. Raphael Salgado - April 15, 2009

I just got a Fandango Alert saying that tickets for the May 7th early showing at 7PM for Star Trek is available for sale!

Just picked up my two for 7PM at the AMC Theater in Menlo Park Mall, NJ. Good thing I’m off on Friday, too! I might have to watch it again at a nearby IMAX theater!

Woohoo!

85. tranchera - April 15, 2009

IT’s LEAKED!!!!!!

i cant believe it

86. Jon B - April 15, 2009

I can’t find the poll. I wanted to vote for 2-D Erin. (Maybe if the 3-D one had the same costume…)

87. BesterGirl - April 15, 2009

I guess the LOL in Leningrad is now the LOL in St. Petersburg since the city has reverted back to its original name

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