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New Site Previews Star Trek Movie DVD & Blu-ray Sets July 24, 2009

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: DVD/Blu-ray,Star Trek (2009 film) , trackback

Paramount Home Video have launched a Comic-Con preview site for the Star Trek feature film Blu-ray and DVD releases (which come out on November 17th). The new site has a new preview video showing off some of the special features for the home video releases. More details and images below.


Star Trek on Blu-ray & DVD Comic Con Preview
Yesterday we reported that Paramount was handing out Star Trek USB drive / com pins at their booth at San Diego Comic Con (#3535). The USB drives contain a link to a brand new sub-site for the new Star Trek movie home video releases.  

But you don’t need the USB drives to visit the new site at The site shows off the packaging and the lists the details for the sets as well as links to a few other things we have already reported on here. The big new thing is the Comic-Con Exclusive Video which has a preview of the special features.

The video (available in HD) gives you a glimpse into some of the many special features on the set, including behind the scenes for the production, concept art for ships and costumes, interviews and more. Here are some screenshots.

The site also has links to the previously released Star Trek iPhone applications (Phaser & Countdown comic), and a way to sign up for updates. 

Visit for more.


Pre-order your set today
You can pre-order Star Trek on 3-disk Blu-ray, 2-disk DVD, or 1-disk DVD, at Amazon. Or pre-order get the 3-disk Blu-ray Gift Set at Best Buy.



1. Refridgerator - July 24, 2009

Sweet can’t wait for release! First?!

2. moonwalker - July 24, 2009

Heck yeah gotta have it

3. jas_montreal - July 24, 2009


4. Gustavo Valente - July 24, 2009

Man i can’t wait to have this here in Brazil!!!!!!!

5. Jim Smith - July 24, 2009

The moment where Nimoy addresses the cast and crew of the movie brought a lump to the throat, I don’t mind telling you. Lovely.

6. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire - July 24, 2009

Looks very mpressive. But im glad they did not show the Defiant in the Movie as that would have been against Canon. Sorry i had to say it.

7. Ian - July 24, 2009

I cannot wait! Buying a Blu-ray player just for this!

8. x0epyon0x - July 24, 2009

So the Defiant was a pre-refit Miranda class? Sweet

9. Viking - July 24, 2009

Man, it would have been the memory of a lifetime to be on that crew the moment they wrapped and Nimoy addressed them. And they had BETTER release those ship elevation charts – those vessels are bad to the bone.

10. Viking - July 24, 2009

I hope they use the Defiant in the next movie – give it those big honkin’ v2.0 nacelles, an Aztec skin job, and a really beefy, tricked-out new roll bar.

Oh – AND FLAMES! :-)

11. Jeyl - July 24, 2009

Oh, geez. Here I go.

J.J. Abrams, thank you for the stupid camera shakes, the lens flares (You literally brought flashlights to make it more intrusive?!), the rushed pacing, the lack of any interesting story (evil guy wants to blow stuff up), giving Chekov Uhura’s job, making Trek a terrible place for women again and most importantly, for making Kirk such an unlikable a**hole.

Robert and Alex, I will not say you can’t write stories. I have no doubt if you wrote something like this, it would be a good starting point. Unfortunately from what all the interviews have hinted at, you were surrounded by a bunch ‘yes men’ who wouldn’t say no to a single point in your story because they didn’t really care about Star Trek. This is not a finished story. There were far too many liberties that were taken that you had to reduce character development to “fate” and “Destiny” and made the Transporter an unlimited plot settling device. Also, the whole point of the Kobayashi Maru was not to show Kirk as an awesome bada**, but to give his character flaws and show that he was not always right. And now with this NuKirk, he is never depicted as having any flaws or being wrong.

And for god’s sake, give the women something to do. You show Kirk’s mother surviving the opening, but you write her out of the movie completely after that. You killed off Spock’s mother so she could be Spock’s “Lady in the fridge”, and you didn’t do anything with Uhura except make her Spock’s love partner (which by the way lacked development and relevance). Just because she’s is in love with Spock doesn’t make her more prominent or important! And if the only thing that makes Uhura useful in the entire movie is shown while she is undressing, you are not taking her character seriously or respectively. And where was Number One from The Cage? She was Star Trek’s first female character, she was assigned to Christopher Pike and she was a darn good character. She would have been a much better choice for the movie instead of either Chekov or Sulu.

And as for you Karl Urban!……you….you were actually awesome. You are the only reason why I even like this film. Of all the people who worked on this film, you were the only one who acted like you wanted to be true to the character you were portraying and thus made me remember why I liked Bones so much as a character. Thanks.

12. Thomas Jensen - July 24, 2009

J.J. wanted to turn the Enterprise into a hot rod. I understand the creative decision to do that, I really do. And they certainly accomplished it.

But that wasn’t the right thing to do with the original U.S.S. Enterprise.

Certainly there would be changes, but the overall thought wouldn’t that it would be a hot rod.

Of course, in a parallel universe every creative decision is as right as another.

But I would have liked it better if the original ship was included.

And yes, I liked the move very much.

13. Jonny Boy - July 24, 2009

Hmm, not getting any sound from the video…

14. The Gorn Identity - July 24, 2009

The greatest movie of the year…STAR TREK! Cannot wait to get it on Blu-Ray. Love the concept art for the Defiant. Must be a Miranda-class of this new timeline.

15. Cyberghost - July 24, 2009

I loved the movie, can’t wait. Only saw it once, in IMAX. So I am sure the 3 disk set will be awesome.

Can’t wait.

16. Sean4000 - July 24, 2009

I love these designs. They make me think. I suppose these “would have been” the TOS-era craft we know but with a little extra punch in the wake of the Kelvin disaster. There was possibly not enough time to completely redesign them. And the newly proposed ship, the constitution class, was totally redesigned from the ground up, giving us the ship we see in the movie.

IDK, this is all fiction after all.

17. TV's Frank - July 24, 2009

U,S,S, Defiant! Let’s hope this one doesn’t end up getting dragged into the mirrior universe as well!

18. Cyberghost - July 24, 2009

I agree with #11 on at least one point, where was number 1? Not only a tribute to Majel Barrett Roddenberry, while she was alive and in her death. Great character, to bad the suits of the 60’s didnt believe in Gene’s vision of women, beyond short uniforms and yeomans and way to little character development of our favorite communications officer, Nichelle Nichols. The show, and especially the pilot was way B4 their time.

To bad, but at least we have MBR as the voice of the computer, I believe.

19. CmdrR - July 24, 2009

Competition from another site. Blast ’em, Mr. Sulu!

20. Lord Garth, Formerly of Izar - July 24, 2009

This will look sweet on Lord Garth’s 73″ DLP
Lord Garth likes the Defiant

21. Lord Garth, Formerly of Izar - July 24, 2009

Lord Garth still doesn’t know why there are two cordless drills in the middle of the bridge console

22. SciFiMetalGirl - July 24, 2009

Oh look! JJ has his own lensflare! Heh!

23. richpit - July 24, 2009

JJ? Awesome. Kurtzman, Orci & Lindelof? Awesome. Star Trek XI? Awesome.

I can’t wait for the DVD and I can’t wait for the next installment in this reinvigorated franchise!

Carry on.

24. Bob - July 24, 2009

Gotta admit that this movie is gonna be the reason I buy a blue ray player too. Can’t wait. Gonna catch it at least one more time in the theaters this weekend before it leaves for the small screen

25. Xai - July 24, 2009

11. Jeyl – July 24, 2009
“Oh, geez. Here I go.”

Way off base, but fine… your opinion.
Way off the subject…. I’ve seen your name posting before… what happened, didn’t get enough chances since May to tell us you didn’t like it?

26. laneiglr902 - July 24, 2009

To #11, Characters have to grow. That drives stories. I think the purpose of the story was to show how Kirk transitioned from a raw rebel without a cause into a purpose driven, highly capable Captain of the flagship of the Federation. We never saw that in TOS. He was established by that point. This story was about what James T Kirk had to do to become better than he thought he could be. ( I think that moment arrived when he told Spock on board the Vulcan ship, with very firm conviction, “This will work!” *& got Spock to believe him.) I don’t think we were supposed to like him, really. Not at first. This Kirk has somewhere to go in the movie 2 and 3 story arc.

The back story on TOS was that Kirk graduated from Starfleet Academy as one of the youngest graduates, if memory serves. This Kirk was a “repeat offender”. This is about 5 years difference because his Dad was not there to guide him, to “ground” him.

Do I agree with every story point? Heck, no. Killing Amanda Grayson & destroying Vulcan went too far. The romance between Uhura and Spock felt – forced & gratuitous – and I’m not sure what purpose it served except to show that this Spock may make different choices than Spock Prime did. I wanted Abrams to LOCK the camera DOWN so it would not shake. The lens flares got to be too distracting.

You’re right about the federation being a terrible place for women again, but this is TOS era, not the enlightened TNG era.

Let’s see where this goes, eh?

27. Sean4000 - July 24, 2009

Bob, Blu-ray is awesome! Welcome aboard. This film is guaranteed to shine. Blu was made for Trek 2009! I cannot wait!!

I have a 133″ screen and a true 1080P projector attached to my PS3. There’s nothing like a good home theater. Especially for a film like this!

28. Jason - July 24, 2009

Can’t wait for this! Got a nice TV, BD Player and Surround Sound. Should be fun! But why the long wait, especially if all the Trek titles that we (or at least I) were expecting day and date, are coming two months earlier.

Now, am I the only one concerned about the Digital Copy being itunes or not? Paramount has only done a handful of them so far, with the recent ones being Windows Media only. So, does anyone know. Hopefully I can get a copy on my Mac/ ipod- instead of just a coaster. But sinc Abrams himself is a fellow Mac guy, heck there’s pics of him with a Macbook on the set (which some of look like they were designed by the same people who design the Apple Stores), so is need to worry?

29. Jason - July 24, 2009

Okay, no need to worry about the Digital Copy question, just got the video on the site to work, and since it has a pic of an iphone/ ipod touch, guess it’ll work. No worries anymore!

30. Balok - July 24, 2009

Ha, the registry numbers of the other ships are higher than 1701. I’m sure they would have come up with a lame reason for why post-Constitution ships would have been there for the big E’s maiden voyage. Maybe the big E was built quickly in Iowa and was out a few years before the cadets came on board…

31. Michael - July 24, 2009

The 2 disc Bluray MAY tip me over the edge to buy A BD player..but the Best Buy gift set w/ the badges can collect dust on the shelves a LONG time! I’m still waiting for the pre holiday cxheap machines and bonus title offers from Amazon about Thanksgiving time when the BD industry makes a do or die drop in player prices to get people to plunge into the format.

32. Charles H. Root, III - July 24, 2009

@ 11. Jeyl & 18. Cyberghost:

I feel your pain. Apparently, It’s back to the future with the mid 20th century network suit female character portrayals.

And If the official timeline ( didn’t change until Nero showed up, then:

Just where in blazes is Number One?

And how about Dr. Boyce, Lt. Tyler and Yeoman Colt?

I’m a doctor, not an architect, but why is the Enterprise like a zillion times bigger?

And damn it, why was James T. Kirk born in space and where’s his brother Sam?

33. SChaos1701 - July 24, 2009



34. Tyler J. Anderson - July 24, 2009

I already have a DVD of it, courtesy of a Friend.

35. Balok - July 24, 2009

Ha, by the way, looks like the USS Newton could easily kick the Big E’s butt. So much for the fleet’s flagship…

36. Electron - July 24, 2009

If the Defiant shown above was destroyed at Vulcan in the movie then they could name one of the new Constitution class ships Defiant and it could get pulled into the “mirror” universe. Thus following the prime timeline in a sense.

37. Spectre7 - July 24, 2009

“Citizen, pul the F*** OVER!!”

38. zillabeast - July 24, 2009


39. zillabeast - July 24, 2009

Oh yeah, Electron is right. Guess the Defiant did get smoked at Vulcan. Oh well, still SWEET!

40. Rick - July 24, 2009

God bless Leonard Nimoy. I love you Mr. Nimoy. If you are reading this, I want you to know that I really love you, from the bottom of my heart. I admire you and respect you so much. I followed your career through the years. You are a great actor, a wonderful director and writer. I saw your amazing work as a photographer . You are an Artist with a capital A. I love you, Mr Nimoy, and I want to thank you for everything you did during all these years. God bless you, and I have to say it’s a shame that you retired so early. We need Artists like you. I’m looking forword to your next project, and I wish you all the best.

41. David B - July 24, 2009

Bob Orci a few thoughts….

The way I see it do three movies and at the end of the last one have Q turn up and say to Kirk you can save mankind and Vulcan but at a cost.

Have Q give Kirk the option to save Spock in this timeline or completely rewrite the alternate history to stop Nero destroying Vulcan and stopping him as soon as he comes through the wormhole.

The cost……history will correct itself and the new adventures will never happen so Kirk WILL be as he always was.

Think about it they can do three movies hit reset like this and then things will happen properly.

Then do three more within the confinds of canon.

Literally the best of both Worlds.

42. Gorn - July 24, 2009

Star Trek Global Box Office Update:

$379,280,270 as of June 24, 2009

43. JohnWA - July 25, 2009


I thought the portrayal of young Kirk was dead on. Go to any college campus in America and you’ll see hundreds of “James T. Kirk” types running around with a smirk on their face. They’ll grow out of it when reality settles in.

Even with Shatner though, you could tell that Kirk did not have a Wesley Crusher childhood. He’s has a bit of swagger about him. By the time of TOS (2265-2270), Kirk was significantly older than in this movie (2255-2258). So, we’re talking about 7 to 10 years of field duty that Nero’s interference with the timeline effectively screwed up. That’s a decade of experience that would’ve tempered some of his natural arrogance.

44. dave - July 25, 2009

Nichelle Nichols-Uhura @ SD Comic the Wizard Comics booth..

signing autographs for $30.

45. The Last Maquis - July 25, 2009

#11. Jeyl

Listen Here, that was Very Well put.

I really couldn’t believe how uninterested I was with Most of the Characters, with exception of Urban’s McCoy.

and I absolutely hated the Movies Premise.

46. Spockish - July 25, 2009

Is it not that Kirk has to start as an Ass, so he has the next decade or more of getting refused the key to a girls room so he has to educate him self into the cool dude girls will jump into bed with at the slightest look. Not every one is born with the powers you have to self educte your self to earn those powers.

47. Jeyl - July 25, 2009

The Kirk from the original series was a romantic. He was well versed in great literature and really conveyed the sense that he was an explorer. There is nothing like this in this NuKirk and I seriously doubt even he would know how to make gun powder.

48. Technophobe Harry - July 25, 2009

Does anyone know if this is going to have a Betamax release as well?

49. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire. - July 25, 2009

#11. As Scotty said. (Everyone is intittled to there opinion) But you are all alone. I can point out over 400 Million Reasons why you are alone. I have seen the Movie 11 times and it will be number 12 with my girlfrend tonight. Her First. This Movie has it all. A great Story and Action and still brings a tear to my Eye in the first 5 minutes. I hope that they can get Mr Nimoy back for the Next Movie. But with out the Shat.

50. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire. - July 25, 2009

I just read an article on Yahoo with Peter Jackson and James Cameron about them bringing there films like Lord of the Rings into 3D. Now that would be so fantastic. Even better. Think about seeing all the Star Trek Movies in 3D. Wouldnt that be something. To see trek 2009 and 2011 in imax in 3D. Wow. I hope this pans out.

51. Apologize for NOTHING Officer Crowley - July 25, 2009

JJ did a wonderful job. Loved the movie, and hope it keeps Trek alive for years to come.
I have had Star Trek to watch for the entirety of my life, im 43. So honestly, if its tweaked a bit to drag in a new generation for another 40+ year ride, then all the better. My kids are 4, 11, and 19. They all loved it, and have all grown up watching my Star Trek. So, thats a good thing in my opinion.

52. New Horizon - July 25, 2009

Where do you people who see the movie 12 times get the money? lol I could barely afford to go to the cinema to see it once. My friend paid my way the second time and I usually don’t go to see a movie more than once…I mean, I’ve seen it…what’s the point? I’ll view it again on DVD perhaps, but that’s it. I do wonder what the true numbers are for ‘individual’ viewings of this movie were..vs…multiple viewings by the same people. In the end, I guess it only matters what the dollar value is, but I think the movie pulled in a lot fewer new fans than people think.

53. FEDCONMC - July 25, 2009


54. Crusade2267 - July 25, 2009

The new Defiant looks very Reliant.

55. Unbel1ever - July 25, 2009


No, Jeyl most certainly not all alone. I have yet to meet someone in real life, who thought it was great. There a some people, who thought it was ok, but most hated it. One of my friends (movie-lover but non-Trekkie) got really wound up about JJ not even keeping the camera steady in non-action shots.
Let’s face it – the story was crap. Full of plot holes. However, after watching Transformers 2, I’m glad those two writers didn’t have such a bad day on Star Trek. I mean, that movie is an insult to anyone, who watches it above the age of 13. Star Trek is bearable, if you don’t look deeper. If you scratch the surface it falls apart. The details were not looked after. Wrong scaling on the E, wrong warp speeds on the main viewer are just the beginning. You’re right, when you say, the first 5 minutes are really great. They are. Then the title comes up and the quality drops. I understand this movie was supposed to hook the mainstream crowd and that it certainly does and that’s why I think it’s a good movie, but real Star Trek is so much better. The last two shots showed a glimpse of might be coming and I am really hoping the find a good script this time.

56. Unbel1ever - July 25, 2009


Missing an *is* in the first line and a *what* + an *y* in the one before last. Shouldn’t type, while watching tv.

57. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire - July 25, 2009

#55. You should get out more. I have talked to many people who loved Trek. I work in a dealership and i have the Big E from the movie on my screen saver. Just about everyone at the dealer i work for has seen it and love it. thats at least a 100 people or more and not counting the many cust ermers i have had that have seen it. So. there may be a few of you. But you are in the Very Mast Minority.

58. Unbel1ever - July 25, 2009


Well, not here in Europe. Here the vast majority didn’t go to see it in the first place :)

59. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire - July 25, 2009

Also. All the criticks loved it and Rotten Tomatoes loved it. Almost 400 Million$ World Wide. Top Grossing Trek movie of all time. I could go on and on. There are always a few people who do not like Movies that everyone else loves. So enjoy the the Treks that have come before as i will. As i have since i was 8 years old back in the Mid 70s Ill also enjoy just as much along with 95% of the rest of the Hard core Trek Fans and all the new ones as well the New Trek. That Mr Spock himself loves.

60. Trey - July 25, 2009

2 disc DVD, ill be waitin…. and #11, hopefully the writers will come up with a more prominent role for Uhura in the next movie. not saying that she did good in this one because i think she was awesome and plus she’s one of my favorite characters.

61. Mike Ten - July 25, 2009

That Klingon in the picture above the corvette looks like Darth Vader.

At first I was upset that the Defiant wasn’t the same class as the Enterprise like in TOS but after thinking about it the Defiant was supposed to come after Enterprise and she was just built.

It is nice to see different ships in the fleet like in TOS remastered. This movie needs a technical manual, not just the Enterprise but on all of the ships.

62. Unbel1ever - July 25, 2009


Would be nice yes, but the designs would have to make sense and be coherent for that to work. Up til now, they haven’t even settled on a size for the E.

63. rdb - July 25, 2009

My new catchphrase? “Nice Flare!”

64. Capt. of the USS Anduril - July 25, 2009


Wow, where you live must be populated by pessimistic Trekkies. I have seen the movie 4 times, with different people each time. My sister and a friend of mine, neither of whom liked Trek loved the new movie. My Trekkie friends loved it. I loved it. I don’t know what it is that everyone on the internet seems to hate it, since I haven’t met a single person in my town that didn’t like it.

65. VOODOO - July 25, 2009

I cannot understand the people (#11) who want to do nothing, but criticize this film and it’s writers over what amounts to insignificant details.

Do you understand that not even a year ago “Star Trek” was dead and buried? Now there is talk of an Oscar nomination for best film and a $375 global box office take… What else could we as fans ask for?

I say lighten up and enjoy the films success.


66. ger - July 25, 2009

Star Trek is still dead and buried. Didn’t you get the memo that this movie is a totally new continuity? Forget everything that came before, this is not your father’s Star Trek, blablabla. The last 40 years of Trek were totally uncool, only Abrams Trek is cool. Shatner is uncool, Pine is much cooler.

67. Mike Ten - July 25, 2009

#62 your right, you can’t make a technical manual when the size of the primary ship is all over the place.

#66 are you trying to be funny?

68. neonknights - July 26, 2009

I must agree with Jeyl in most of the stuff he wrote. Actually I AM too bothered by Abrams turning Star Trek into a CGI-explosion action movie, because of the multiplex going popcorn chewign dumb teenage audiences. The story has serious flaws, lacks depth and goes into total weirdness and lack of sense. Time travel via black holes? Red matter? Drilling holes into planets? The destruction of Vulcan and the death of Amanda are just remainders how far this butchering of Trek can go unpunished.

Star TREK is about TREK and SCIENCE fiction, not Star EXPLOSIONS or Star BATTLES (or Star Wars…). This movie is mainly a 90-minute CGI action movie, where the fast pace has no time for thoughts whatsoever. They can’t even put that goddamn’ camera on a tripod, because ONE SECOND of motionlessness would make the dumb MTV-brainwashed teenagers jump out of their seats. Where are the strange new worlds? Where are the exploration? The qualities Star Trek always seemed to push forward, and make it more than just plain action are completely missing here.

Plus the huge amount of product placement (Nokia and Budweiser in the 23rd century… yeah, really…) and young Kirk driving a goddamn’ car with listening to OMFG!!! Beastie Boys… I tell you the truth: the first 10-15 minutes weren’t bad. Kirk’s father killed on board the Kelvin, etc. Then, in this scene I came to realize that I won’t enjoy this movie anymore…

Nero is a one-dimensional villain, and no one ever cares to spend time on developing his purposes, his traits, his motivations. No. He just goes on and on, blowing up planets because he wants to destroy everything as a revenge for the destruction of Romulus and his family. And even in the end, they . They give him no charactistics AT ALL, just making him a shouting, angry at everyone, bloodthirsty killing machine. And at the end what they do? Just blow him up and save the day. That’s it.

But Nero is just a badly written paper cut-out of a villain. But the butchering of our beloved characters are much much worse. Scotty is no more than a clown in space, hanging around with an ewok, cracking up idiotic one-liners. Uhura is a “space babe” who has no purpose at all, just being the sex toy of the male crewmembers, most noticably Spock, and of course to get the aforementioned teenage audiences to the cinemas with her undressing scene and her boobs (Megan Fox, anyone?). Chekov is a whining 17 year old (WHY THE HELL DOES A BOY IN HIS AGE SERVE IN STARFLEET? IS HE WESLEY CRUSHER OR WHAT??) with a really bad and annoying fake Russian accent.

I agree, it’s really Karl Urban who gives the only good, watchable performance in the whole movie, which remains in the spirit of the old series, and gives us a nice rendition of Bones McCoy. Apart from him, the whole movie just plain sucks. Well, this was my opinion of the new Star Trek movie in a nutshell.

69. Trey - July 26, 2009

#68- uh yeah…….okay.

70. Simon - July 26, 2009

#68 – So are you buying the DVD or not? :-P

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72. Finding Nimoy - July 26, 2009

#11, #68, etc…

You’ve made it abundantly clear that you HATE the movie and you certainly have the right to feel that way.

However, the film hit the theaters almost 4 months ago and you come here DAY AFTER DAY to post obsessive rants about Paramount made a film that wasn’t what YOU thought it should be. The name calling directed at JJ, Orci and the rest of the Supreme Court is on par with the insecure bullies in the back of your average school bus.

Are you going to keep coming here, a site dedicated to promoting the new iteration of the franchise, until the next movie is released in order to piss and moan, only to continue in the months after the release of the sequel?

Can’t you at least cut your repetitive whining in half and spare those of us who come here because we enjoyed the movie? Isn’t there something curmudgeonly that you can do OUTSIDE of this forum?

It’s funny how more often than not, the haters bring things up like “the MTV generation”, or how “the movie sucks because thy didn’t figure out the size of the ship” and how there is “too much action”. Instead of bombarding those of us who appreciate Trek 2009 with your constant cries for attention, try sitting on your porch wearing a straw hat and:

*Complain how Conan O’brien is never going to be as good as Jack Paar.
*Reminisce about the time where kids respected their elders, unlike JJ and company, who spent $150 million to personally attack you (never minding the biggest box office returns in Trek movie history)
*Proclaim that these darned horseless carriages will never catch-on.
*Scream at the neighborhood kids to get off your lawn.
*Call the FCC and tell them how we don’t need this new-fangled DTV changeover, because “when we were kids, we listened to Flash Gordon on the radio and we liked it!”.
*Yell at a Top 40 radio station every time another song is played and exclaim “this isn’t music! ‘Cherish’ by The Association; now THAT’S music!”

Thanks so much for doing your part to perpetuate Trekkie stereotypes! I’m betting that you’ll buy the Blu Ray anyway so that you can watch Trek 09 over and over again to find more reasons to lose sleep at night,

73. Paulaner - July 27, 2009


The more I read, the more I think that some people take Trek too seriously. Yes, Trek09 was different. And yes, it was funny :)

74. Exocomp 4 - July 27, 2009

In the screen-shot of the navigation screen, they forgot the roll of tape between the salad shooters on that console…oh the humanity! :-O

75. J.R.Q - July 27, 2009

Star Trek: It almost three months,It a HIT ,Its GOOD and nothing else to say.

76. The Real Trek Fan - July 27, 2009

Why does the Defiant look like the Reliant?

77. The Bandsaw Vigilante - July 27, 2009

“Looks very mpressive. But im glad they did not show the Defiant in the Movie as that would have been against Canon. Sorry i had to say it.”

Er…not to nitpick, but the entire MOVIE is pretty much “out-of-canon,” at least as we’ve known it for the past 43 years. Anything they were to do in the new flick — like making the U.S.S. Defiant a pre-refit Miranda-class vessel — would’ve largely been perfectly within bounds, as far as this new universe is concerned.

78. Charles H. Root, III - July 28, 2009

It seems that the so called “haters” and the “kool aid” drinkers will never come to an accord regarding JJ Trek.

That’s fine. Just play nicely and debate intelligently. The childish stuff is getting old.

Imagine General Motors putting a Hyundai engine in the new Corvette. People on both sides are understandably going to get verbal.

The new Star Trek is kinda like that.

79. david - July 29, 2009

The new Trek was cool. It took 3 viewings for me to love it; the first viewing took my breath away. The second made me marvel at the design and the new crew. The third viewing opened my eyes to all of the in references, musical cues and such.

It’s time has com. Please pass the Koolaid.

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81. Capatin April - July 31, 2009

What part of fan site don’t you people get, We are here because we saw the new star trek and we love it, if you are one those people who hate it then why do you keep checking out the site and telling us you hate it so!, Keep your hate to yourself and go somewhere else!

82. Dwight Williams - August 1, 2009

I suspect that – given the novelization – this version of the Defiant did show up onscreen in this movie.

83. Jeff Wright - August 3, 2009

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