JJ Abrams Bad Robot production company has a state of the art facility in Santa Monica where they are currently doing post production on Star Trek Into Darkness. In December the editing technology company Avid conducted a video ‘webinar’ from Bad Robot featuring many of the people working on the film. See below for the very interesting behind the scenes video, and check out a few glimpses of the movie that could be seen in the background
Watch: Avid visits Bad Robot
Bad Robot uses some of the latest high tech audio and visual tools made by Avid and so it was the perfect spot for a ‘webinar’ to showcase some of the cool stuff. Below is a link to the 21-minute behind the scenes video from Bad Robot which features many of the people who work on the film, including the editors Mary Jo Markey and Maryann Brandon. If you are interested in filmmaking it is worth watching and even if you aren’t it is interesting to see how post-production is being done.
During the video you will see a lot of Star Trek imagery and video playing on the monitors and screens around Bad Robot. Mostly it is from the 2009 Star Trek movie or the Into Darkness trailers released in December. However there were three very short (but interesting) glimpses of new footage. Unfortunately two of the shots were obscured by someone walking in front of the camera, but here they are…
NEW STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS IMAGES
Another cryo tube shot
The most interesting shot (albeit obscured) is of a room with what appears to be cryo-tubes.
This seems to be the same room (and walking figure) seen in the teaser trailer (below).
From Teaser Trailer
New shot of someone (possibly Scotty?) in what appears to be a shuttle.
New shot of Kirk and it appears he doesn’t have the same marks on his face (which he presumably gets during the fight scene on Qo’noS)
Kirk is at an unknown location, possibly the same as one of the locations where Scotty can be seen from the teaser trailer or recently released images.
From Teaser Trailer
From Empire Magazine
Thanks to Tony for the link tip