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Hi-Res Versions Of Star Trek Into Darkness Images From EW February 15, 2013

by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Star Trek Into Darkness , trackback

Paramount has now officially released high resolution images from Star Trek Into Darkness that were first shown in last week’s Entertainment Weekly. You can check out the five shots in great detail below.


Hi Res Star Trek Into Darkness Images

We previously shared lower resolution images from last week’s Star Trek Into Darkness issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine. They are no longer exclusive to EW and today Paramount released the high resolution versions of these images so you can see all the detail…even down to the beads of water on Uhura’s wetsuit.

Click images to enlarge

NOTE: Captions contain spoilers

Uhura (Zoe Saldana) in her wetsuit – on bridge of USS Enterprise

Director JJ Abrams talks to co-writer Alex Kurtzman on Enterprise set

Spock (Zachary Quinto) and Kirk (Chris Pine)

John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch) surrounded by Starfleet Security team

Kirk hangs on as Enterprise spins out of control

You can see keep track of all the images and videos from Star Trek Into Darkness at TrekMovie’s dedicated page for Into Darkness.


1. Aaron (Naysayers are gonna nay) - February 15, 2013

Looks awesome. Cant wait to see more. I am guessing Uhura went straight to the bridge from a certain shuttle craft.

2. Praetor Tal - February 15, 2013

I want a high-res of Alice Eve screaming.

3. shamelord - February 15, 2013

Great pictures.

4. Red Dead Ryan - February 15, 2013

Love those wetsuits!

And those Redshirts escorting/arresting John Harrison are so doomed!


5. Trek Lover - February 15, 2013

Are the uniforms now Latex???

6. Dr. Sevrin - February 15, 2013

@ Trek Lover — We can hope for latex. They might even have replicated leather in the 23rd century, too. Tight, tight leather. Black, of course.

7. Smike - February 15, 2013

That “wetsuit” should be the real uniform. It’s much closer to contemporary superhero outfits than those classic shirts. And stuff like has a much more futuristic look and feel. It’s something we wouldn’t wear these days.

8. Captain Dunsel - February 15, 2013

Four redshirts… But where is Cupcake!

9. chain of command - February 15, 2013

Cool pics. Just wondering: is McCoy going to be part of the “big three” or is it now Kirk, Spock, Uhura?

10. Captain Dunsel - February 15, 2013

Wait a minute! That’s not just a wetsuit. That’s a WET SUIT!

11. Ahmed - February 15, 2013

@ 9. chain of command – February 15, 2013

“Cool pics. Just wondering: is McCoy going to be part of the “big three” or is it now Kirk, Spock, Uhura?”

I was wondering the same thing. It would be great mistake if they didn’t give MaCoy bigger part & have him be part of the Big Three.

Karl Urban is a far more interesting actor than Zoe Saldana

12. Xeos - February 15, 2013

When you guys make high res images available can you not use your shadowbox script? Makes it pointless and un-navigatable, and I’m on a 2560×1440 display.

13. Trekker5 - February 15, 2013

Yes,I must wonder,how many of those Redshirts will die in that scene?

14. Aix - February 15, 2013

I miss Cupcake

15. T - minus 90 days... - February 15, 2013

What do you guys think about this theory- based on thought, conjecture & banter from previous posts: if Harrison is Capt. April via a “reverse aging” situation AND events are a retelling of the Khan story – could new Spock give his life to save “his family” (and perhaps thats why Scotty is comforting Uhura in a pic) – well, could things come together with the first movie : new Spock dead then “prime” Spock also “reverse aging” and at he end things back to normal with one Spock moving forward.

OK – its a reach, but would that be outside of what you’d expect from JJ ?

16. Sebastian S. - February 15, 2013

Just picked up my copy of EW yesterday.
Great pics, and a nice article.

As for Cupcake? Maybe an alien monster found him delicious…. ;-)

17. Anthony Pascale - February 15, 2013

I have previously confirmed that ‘Cupcake’ (now known has Hendorf) is in the movie. But it is true, he isn’t part of the team around Cumberbatch above

18. Ahmed - February 15, 2013

@Anthony, thanks for the confirmation & welcome back :)

19. CmdrR - February 15, 2013

Redshirt #3: There are four of us. We all have oversized phaser rifles.

John Harrison: You think you are safe?

Redshirt #2: No s***, Sherlock!

And that’s when he kills them!

20. chrisfawkes.com - February 15, 2013

Any chance of a spinoff movie just about Uhura?

21. Befuddled - February 16, 2013

any chance of making the most boring spinoff in all of history?

Anything’s possible I guess.

22. chrisfawkes.com - February 16, 2013


What a stupid reply.

23. Janice - February 16, 2013

I sure wish they would release a Pike photo from the movie.
So far, I’ve only seen one of him and he was with Kirk.

24. Phil - February 16, 2013

@20. Uhura was a minor character in TOS, and not much more then arm candy for Spock in the reboot universe, so I guess the question is why would she be of any more interest then any other minor character in Trek?

25. Dee - lvs moon' surface - February 16, 2013

Since we have to wait a while longer for the movie … someone might request Paramount some picture of Kirk, Bones and Sulu wearing wetsuit on the bridge! … HELLOOO … I’m waiting, PLEASE!!! … ;-) :-)

26. scotchyscotchscotch - February 16, 2013

What does it mean for continuity, if anything, that Kirk isn’t wearing his gold shirt in the scene where E is being attacked (but appears to still be wearing the rest of a Starfleet uniform like in 09)? It sounds like the second half of the film will be of him going rogue and thus the promo shots of him wearing the civi garb.

27. Dr. Cheis - February 16, 2013

“Director JJ Abrams talks to co-writer Alex Kurtzman on Enterprise set”:
Huh, I always assumed those graphics were a visual effect.

28. rumpcuż - February 16, 2013

@22. A stupid reply to a stupid post? Seems fair to me.

29. Dom - February 16, 2013

Well, since the Star Wars saga’s team is willing to delve into spin off films, why not Star Trek? I’m certainly up for a Vulcan colony story where William Shatner’s Kirk steps out of the Nexus to help out Leonard Nimoy’s Spock!! ;)

30. JohnnieHF - February 16, 2013

Why does Kirk without his Gold shirt have to mean anything – he may have been asleep in his cabin and the Enterprise attack was a sneak one. Maybe he was in the middle of changing from his dress uniform to regular or vise versa.

31. Ahmed - February 16, 2013


Love the idea of a Trek spin off movies, either on the big screen or Direct-to-DVDs movies.

Star Trek universe is so big that they can come up with ideas for stories that focused on something other than the crew of the Enterprise.

If it was up to me, I would start with a DS9 movie.

32. Andy Matner - February 16, 2013

McCoy in this film then? Haven’t seen a single pic of him apart from brief shots in the trailer. By far the most popular & universally lauded of the reimagined characters/actor

33. Stargazer54 - February 16, 2013

@32 Ditto on McCoy. But I expect we’ll see more.

(Patience … patience ….)

34. Tamarian - February 16, 2013

20. chrisfawkes

“Any chance of a spinoff movie just about Uhura?”

Don’t know about a spin off, but I do understand what you are tryingt to say here. Both versions of Uhura are absolutely lovely in my book. Zoe is wearing that wet suit very well.

35. scotchyscotchscotch - February 17, 2013

#30, it doesn’t really have to mean anything, true… we just got to see him in it so little in 09, it’s an iconic look so I was looking forward to it a lot more in this one

36. Giez - February 17, 2013

The red shirts are PROTECTING BC…. their eyes are the same…

37. Jemini - February 17, 2013

I can’t stop staring at the Uhura’s pic
Jesus the woman is gorgeous

38. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 17, 2013

There does need to be more pictures of Dr McCoy (Karl Urban) in the promotional stills. It also seems that not a lot of people have been unable to see the nine minute preview (in any form). Both Kirk and McCoy were in the opening scenes being chased through a red forest by aliens and the Kirk/McCoy banter was clearly audible. I watched a bootleg version where the visuals and audio weren’t that good, but despite that, I am looking to STID just a bit more because of what I did see and hear.

Isn’t it about time that Paramount released the preview onto the internet the way it has done the trailers? Or perhaps, trekmovie.com could be granted exclusive rights to show the nine minute preview here? It is now three months out from release date and it is only fair that as many people as possible have the opportunity to see it. The only explanation, as far as I can see, for them not releasing it, is because perhaps JJ Abrams and co. have decided to do some editing or something, due to feedback received from some of the viewers…

Anyway, I really hope that, at the very least, people coming here may get to see the (amended?) preview soon!

39. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 17, 2013

I recall myself actually asking why the preview could not be made available to all a little while back and someone responded saying that there may already be too much revealed about the story/characters in STID. This preview, unless it is undergoing a major editing where perhaps new information re plot and/or character(s) is revealed, will not be telling many people what they don’t know already or has not been discussed here, and out of context, for many people coming here. It just means that people who were not able to see the preview at an 3D-IMAX cinema will now be able to see it for themselves.

40. K-7 - February 17, 2013

#38 #39

Rose, you really have a lot of nerve posting here again after you insulting an entire region of the United States with no apology???

Anthony and everyone, I would like to draw your attention to the recently Alice Eve article here, where Rose made light of the Chris Dorner situaiton in Southern California. As an example when one lady who had never posted here before mentioned that she and here two kids in San Diego were living in fear for a week during this (Dorner was sighted near her house), instead of showing some sensitivity, Rose responded to here with, “stop being such an idiotic bitch!” And she called myself and several others Son’s of Bitches when we just tried to explain to her why this was a big issue in our region.

Anthony, I would request that you consider suspending Rose from this site for several weeks based on her cruel personal attacks on abut 8 of us here, which continues a pattern of posts that are belligerents towards Americans and Canadians.

41. Jonboc - February 17, 2013

Calm down KJ, you’re just trying to stir up trouble, give it a rest…sheesh.

42. DiscoSpock - February 17, 2013

Anthony, I agree with K-7’s post. You need to reign in Rose. See her posts in the Alice Eve article as K-7 suggested. Her posts speak for themselves.

43. DiscoSpock - February 17, 2013

#41. Ah, another unhelpful post from you.

44. Ahmed - February 17, 2013

@ 41. Jonboc – February 17, 2013

“Calm down KJ, you’re just trying to stir up trouble, give it a rest…sheesh.”

Agreed, no need to start another endless argument with Rose or anyone else. Lets focus on Star Trek & related issues.

The second issue of Countdown Into darkness is coming on Wednesday, I wonder what, if any, new information we will get from that issue.

45. MJ - February 17, 2013

Ahmed, Jonboc,

Agreed. Time to drop this and move on.

DiscoSpock, K-7,

Come on guys, drop it.

46. Dave in RI - February 17, 2013

I just had a thought:

Any chance both Cumberbatch and Weller are playing the SAME character? An older version and a younger version?

47. Red Dead Ryan - February 17, 2013

I’m glad Keachick didn’t get to see the STID trailer, and instead was forced to watch a crappy bootleg. :-)

48. Ahmed - February 17, 2013

@46. Dave

We didn’t see Weller in any of the pictures or the trailers. Either he is playing small insignificant role or his character is too important, that revealing it will revel a twist.

Kinda like Kevin Spacy who didn’t do any promotions for his character John Doe in the movie “Se7en” & it was total surprise to audience when he appeared at the end of the movie.

49. Phil - February 17, 2013

Get it go, guys. There are bigger fish to fry….

50. Red Shirt Diaries - February 18, 2013

Well I certainly think Anthony suspending Rose from the site for a couple of weeks would set a good example here for people who keep unnecessarily attacking other peoples countries over their false perceptions of events.

My wife is still fuming over Rose’s claim that 90% of Southern California was not effected by this. Our neighborhood was in lock down mode last week when this crazy guy was running around, and I showed her Rose’s comments, and I had to restrain her from writing a response herself. The whole region was in lockdown mode. I don’t thing Rose has any appreciation whatsoever on how one nutcase struck fear in 18 million people last week. She had no clue how bad it was hear, and the level of fear that most of us went through over this ordeal.

And that is the last word I will say on this.

51. Dee - lvs moon' surface - February 18, 2013

Gosh! … I feel so comfortable when I come here with my silly things! … yes this was an irony!

Apparently Simon Pegg and Chris Pine joked with the cast during the filming of “Into Darkness” …

“Benedict Cumberbatch Fell For Simon Pegg’s Star Trek Prank”:


52. Red Dead Ryan - February 18, 2013


I’m really sorry you and your family (and your whole community in general) had to go through that terrible ordeal. I hope you don’t have to experience anything like that again.

53. Dee - lvs moon' surface - February 18, 2013

Into Darkness the motion poster:


54. DiscoSpock - February 18, 2013

Let the Rose thing go, guys. For some people, saving face will always be more important than doing the right thing.

I am sad for her.

55. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 18, 2013

One neighbourhood does not make all of Southern California. I am sorry if you and your wife had to go through that lock down. You do not mention which “whole region” or how big it was. The reality is that while 18 million people were upset and fearful (mostly, I suspect, because of how the media presented the situation), they were not in any real danger.

And no, Admiral Archer’s Prized Beagle and her babies were in no real danger, because, unless she was a member of one of 50 cops and families targeted, Chris Dorner would have had no interest in hurting her or her children, unless he would have attempted to do so. Yet she still felt the need to bludgeon me and my people with her odious statements. And I am supposed to be the one who “lacks morals and contrition”?

No one was particularly forthcoming about anything. No one, save Disinvited, even bothered to mention anything about their ordeal. Why would anyone believe I and others would not be sensitive and sorry about any such ordeal? It is only now that you talk about it and just as a means of putting me down yet again.

I do feel sorry for you. You lack contriteness and sensitivity. The first thing anybody did was go on a personal attack against me and my country, because of a comment made about the media, renowned for hyping any and every event. I did not attack your citizenry or your country. I commented about how some of the media appeared to handle the whole affair. That is all. Overhyping something also has the effect of minimizing any genuine impact any event can have on a person/people. It presents a false picture and that is where the problems start… It is really worrisome and sad that so many of you choose to ignore these factors but still choose to attack me with false claims. If any of you claim that you are representative of your country or set yourselves up as such, then, frankly, God help us all…:(

May I suggest that Anthony suspend some of you here for the unkind comments made against me and all New Zealanders (Admiral Archer’s Prized Beagle) and for bringing up not previous discussions not relevant to this particular topic. This was very dirty, very dirty indeed.

56. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 18, 2013

For some people, saving face will always be more important than doing the right thing.

I am sad for you.

57. AJ - February 18, 2013

I’ll admit, having one crazy cop killer threaten an area containing 18 million people, on its surface, would be considered a day to take your kids out here in NYC, or in any metropolis with that kind of population density around the world. It would be something Mayoral candidates put forward as a success in fighting crime.

On the other hand, if you are in an area under ‘lockdown,’ your feelings of fear are not something anyone should mock. LA, like NYC, has cops who often shoot random innocent civilians while pursuing a suspect, and it understandably ratchets the fear factor up in affected neighborhoods. Because Dorner was a professional, unhinged, unpredictable and not trackable, I think the So-Cal denizens here deserve some slack and empathy for being frightened. Let them be re-assured by the statistics once the perp is neutralized.

Then we can all watch Star Trek again.

58. K-7 - February 18, 2013

Thanks goodness we have an internationally renowned expert on Southern California here like Rose to set us straight on how we live, what are daily conditions are like, what our fears, hopes and government is like, etc. etc. etc.

This would be funny if is wasn’t so pathetic that one person would go to such extremes to avoid taking accountability for their hurtful posts towards others’ here to save face and avoid having to apologize.


“Narcissism is a generalized personality trait characterized by egotism, vanity, conceit, or selfishness.”

59. MJ - February 18, 2013


What you fail to realize was that this nut was all over Southern California — LA proper, San Diego, San Bernadino, National City, Long Beach, San Ysidro, Big Bear and that police were so on edge that there were two accidental shootings by police in Irvine and Riverside — further freaking out the public, and further spreading out the possibility of anything happening anywhere in this region of 18 million people.

Seriously, this was region-wide chaos that gripped most everyone – very similar to the DC sniper episode about 10 years ago. Your continued insistence that this was not a big deal for most people her is just plain wrong, so please stop making this stuff up from 7000 miles away.

I get that you want to save face and not apologize,but if you keep making stuff up then I am going to have to join the calls here from others to Anthony requesting that he discipline here.

I do like you and know that you are a good person, but you have badly lost your way here on this issue.

60. Red Shirt Diaries - February 18, 2013

The thing that really irks me here is how Rose presumes to know how those of us here in Southern California feel about this, and how she presumes to know what we went through.

I would never presume to know how people in a region of New Zealand went through a crisis. I would defer to people in New Zealand to explain it to me themselves, and then I would believe them — I certainly wouldn’t argue with them and claim that I knew better.

61. AJ - February 18, 2013

Read the local press…Way to get some flavor for what the locals were thinking. Like Rambo in your neighborhood.


62. MJ - February 18, 2013

“I would never presume to know how people in a region of New Zealand went through a crisis. I would defer to people in New Zealand to explain it to me themselves, and then I would believe them — I certainly wouldn’t argue with them and claim that I knew better”


63. MJ - February 18, 2013

Interesting POV on why some people can never say they are sorry for something:

“Although there may be some people out there who can’t apologize because they’re so totally focused on themselves that they can’t see anyone else, most people don’t follow that rule. Most people have trouble making apologies because of the opposite reason – they’re very good people. Huh? That’s right. They’re very good people. They’re just perfectionists to one degree or another. And perfectionists will generally find it difficult to say, “I’m sorry”, because they find the thought of having done something wrong so unbelievably overwhelming. They can’t handle it emotionally, and so apologizing is a very difficult task for them.”

64. Spock's Bangs - February 18, 2013

Great. MJ has successfully baited Rose into another non-trek related argument. Jesus you guys bring enjoyment factor of the site down when you start this shit. I hope Anthony bans the lot of you.

65. MJ - February 18, 2013

I am trying to make peace with Rose and put this behind us, Einstein. Others here have been battling Rose.

Fine, I give up. I am not posting one more time on this crap. In fact, I am taking the rest of this week off from this site. I’ve had it with all the hubris from Keachick and all the smart assess here like you with your shots from the peanut gallery.

66. K-7 - February 18, 2013

#64. Thanks for that, Jonboc….err, Spock’s Bangs.


67. Disinvited - February 18, 2013

I have not responded on the Dorner incident since my initial post because it was such a powerful emotional release for me that I was taken aback by the realization of how strongly I was affected by it. I didn’t want to respond until I could get a little distance from it.

Rose’s response didn’t surprise me and I’m not interested in bashing her for anything she said in that.

The only thing that surprised me was that in, what I shall call, “The Orci Incident” I found Rose to be very good at sensing Bob’s emotional state where I was not; It therefore surprised me that with my emotional state in regards Dorner she appeared to be as clueless as I was about Bob.

FWIW Dorner used a major thoroughfare that I regularly travel upon to riddle police cruisers with bullets at points that I’m extremely familiar both on foot and vehicular. The day he did it, I hesitated before entering said thoroughfare and it bothered me that I did.

I’m not interested in bashing Rose for not picking up on my raw nerves in this anymore than I’d be interested in her bashing me for my Orci cluelessness. It is what it is.

What I am grateful for, are the people who were sharing this incident with me in this forum and posting about it, because it helped me get a handle on some fairly overwhelming emotions. Thank you.

68. Ahmed - February 18, 2013

Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness #2


Images are not high resolution

69. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 18, 2013

I realize that everybody has been hurt one way or another by this Chris Dorner event. I am happy that no one here was hurt physically in any way and that the worst appears to be over, although actually finding and /identifying Chris Dorner’s remains would give even more closure and comfort.

However, this has been a very emotional time for everyone. I never meant to stir up anything and I was hurt that people were so incensed, rude and sarcastic. People have only now fully explained where, why. what and how for themselves in a reasonable and non-aggressive manner. I was hurt by some of your presumptions you made about me. I thought you knew me better than that.

I am so sorry about everything. I have the greatest of sympathy for the families of the four people killed, as well as for the two people taken hostage.

I don’t recall “The Orci Incident”.

I do try to be a good person.

70. Phil - February 18, 2013


71. DiscoSpock - February 18, 2013

Rose, thank you so much for your heartfelt apology!

72. THX-1138 - February 19, 2013

Disingenuous at best, Rose.

I have a musician friend that lives in Big Bear. The sheriff that was killed was a personal friend of his. With a family. The terror they experienced is still happening, and will continue to happen to them daily for some time to come.

If you come across a subject that you know very little about it is usually a good practice to educate yourself first before making judgmental comments.

Since you’ve started posting here you have made a lot of comments that don’t further the discussion. You cry that the majority doesn’t understand NZ, or what it’s people have been through, while at the same time failing to try to understand others. It’s all starting to resemble trolling.

You say you try to be a good person. I say, at least on this forum, that you should try harder.

73. MJ - February 19, 2013

@72. Wow, that really puts this all on context. That is just awful to hear.

I do think though that its better that Rose is at least trying to make up for all those emails with an apology here, and I certainly do appreciate her apology and comments here.

That being said, I really hope she just stops making any comments related to events happening in the U.S from now on — I find them usually wrong, and most of the time, inappropriate.

74. K-7 - February 19, 2013

Thanks Rose for the apology.

Please make this the last time you take your unwelcome potshots at America.

75. Damian - February 20, 2013

11–I hope McCoy is a bigger part of the movie as well. Not just for the triad of Kirk-Spock-McCoy (which I believe is intergral to Star Trek), but also because Karl Urban did such a great job as McCoy. I’d hate to see him sidelined. I have no problem with Uhura having a greater role, but the triad of Kirk-Spock and McCoy is so important to Star Trek. They each brought out the best in each other, and they each had something very unique to add to the narrative. Spocks logic and emotional detachment, McCoys passion and feeling, and Kirk’s merging of the two to make a great leader. Kirk really needs the 2 of them to make him a great leader to give him those counterpoints.

A few other things that I’ll be looking for include Scotty not being there just for comic relief. There’s nothing wrong with comic-relief per se, but he also needs to show a tougher, more serious side, especially with some engineering crisis or with being in command.

I also hope Yelchin tones the Russian accent down just a bit. It was a bit over the top last time.

76. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 20, 2013

You all owe me an apology as well.

“Since you’ve started posting here you have made a lot of comments that don’t further the discussion. You cry that the majority doesn’t understand NZ, or what it’s people have been through, while at the same time failing to try to understand others. It’s all starting to resemble trolling.”

No, it is you who fail to even consider, most of the time, what the rest of the world may have experienced, let alone a small nation like NZ, which many Americans do not know even exists, let alone have any idea what various people of that country may or may not have gone through.

I can understand the suffering of individuals (and their families and communities) very well, wherever they might be on the planet. I really wonder if some of you do, particularly when you still attack me and are totally unapologetic about the way some of you have treated me over the last week. I am one person and you are many. I guess that makes it alright to do and continue to do what you are doing.

I argue ideologies, philosophies, social trends and I try not to make it personal, except to sometimes explain things from a personal perspective and personal experiences if it is relevant. However, what many of you did was to make personal attacks against me and you continue doing it.

To debate an ideology, a political policy, a particular philosophy, a particular ethic or moral is NOT the same as attacking a nation nor individuals who live within that nation. Many of the ideologies etc I may debate are held by many non-Americans as well. Am I attacking them as well? No, I am not!

Certain parts of the media worldwide is getting bad press from its own more responsible side because some of the behaviour has been so reprehensible. I am not saying that the media was necessarily as bad as it can be when it came to reporting on the events surrounding the chase and (hopefully) capture of Chris Dorner. Many of you, in this instance, say that it is not the case. I am pleased.

This is not the first time certain posters have chosen to “gang up” on me. It seems that no one can be a victim (even when they are just that) here or even have needs when it comes to love and relationships.

You bait, you troll, you debase and you HURT!
You are scary!

77. Phil - February 20, 2013

@76. Still the wronged party, I see. As you are cherry picking the comments to bolster your arguement, all I can say is you are really protesting to much.

78. THX-1138 - February 20, 2013

Typical, Rose.

Nobody “chose” to gang up on you. You seem to have a fixation that you are at the center of our thoughts. Wrong. You post immensely debatable statements and get called out on it en masse.

Sometimes being the only voice for a particular viewpoint makes a person a “maverick”, or an “independent thinker”. Perhaps even “rebellious”.

And sometimes when you have a view that nobody else seems to support then you are just wrong. To be honest, I have held back from commenting on the things I see you post. It just so happens that you have ventured off into ridiculousness on a subject that you should not have even touched.

A wise person once said, “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt”. I’d never dream of telling you to keep quiet. I would request that you first know what it is you’re talking about before YOU are the one being hurtful.

79. MJ - February 20, 2013


For Christ’s sake, what the fu*k??? More diatribes,excuses and defensiveness? This crap with the convoluted explanations about how you are so above it all and and smarter than us such that we misunderstand you is just plain bullshit.

Just own up to your piss-poor behavior and move on.

I’m extremely disappointed in you, Rose. Extremely disappointed.

And don’t reply with some god awful five page treatise in response to this post please.

80. Phil - February 20, 2013

@76. Okay, I’ll play. I’m sorry you’re patronizing and condescending….

That’s about as sincire as post 69 was.

81. DiscoSpock - February 20, 2013

Rose, what happened to your apology that I had commended you on? Now you are demanding apologies and going negative again here on people?

Huh? Really?

82. Red Shirt Diaries - February 20, 2013

“a small nation like NZ, which many Americans do not know even exists.”

Here is the root of her problem — a huge inferiority complex. Obviously, Americans know about New Zealand; only a person with some weird chip on their shoulder would say something as ignorant that Americans have never heard of New Zealand.

This is perhaps the most ignorant post regarding American attitudes that I have ever read. However, considering the source — Rose is the unquestioned queen of saying ignorant stuff about the U.S. — I can’t say I am surprised to read it here from her.

83. Red Dead Ryan - February 20, 2013

Honestly, Keachick’s condescending/patronizing posts reveal a lot about her as a person. Someone who obviously has an axe to grind, and for some reason, seems to think low of Americans (except for Chris Pine, about whom she shares her fetishistic fantasies with us), and the U.S media.

She has displayed no empathy or sympathy towards our friends in Southern California who were obviously and understandably on edge as a former cop went on a deadly killing rampage.

Instead, she was blaming the media, and reducing the impact of the terrible events in those affected communities instead of offering words of sympathy and sorrrow, which is what decent people would do.

So her “apology” would appear to be disengenous at best, and a downright lie at worst.

Keachick no longer has any credibility.

Remember that the next time she posts a condescending, arrogant, “holier-than-thou” lecture on this site.

84. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 21, 2013

Edit: “…low of what individual people MAY do and/or say…”

85. Phil - February 21, 2013

Let it go, Rose. Anymore pontificating at this point only makes a bad situation worse…

86. K-7 - February 21, 2013

#84. Not even sure what you are editing? Hopefully what happening here is Anthony is finally deleting your asinine posts.

ENOUGH! Stop writing journals to us please. We get it — you are a misunderstood intellectual and we are all dumbasses who gang up on you.

Now shut up, please.

87. Red Dead Ryan - February 21, 2013


She’s “editing” a part of my post at #83. She doesn’t want anyone to focus on what I wrote, which was the truth.

88. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 21, 2013

Al-Queda is anti-American. I am not.


89. Roses (as in Know-it-all Lecturer from 7000 miles away) - February 21, 2013

re: 88. Al-Qaeda is only a silly media thing. Most Americans never face Al-Qaeda. The whole 911 thing was just media hype.

Hey, but I’m sorry – Please forgive me.

No, on second thought, I am not sorry. You all apologize to me, including that bitch single mother from San Diego raising here kids and that SoCal Gang who picks on my all the time. Screw you Canadians as well — why do you even post here given you are so far from America?

Give me your apologies your LA SOB’s, San Diego bitches and Canadian hangers on…now!

90. Brian Matthews - February 21, 2013

Cumberbatch reminds me a little of Jeff Dunham…

91. THX-1138 - February 21, 2013


Your cheese has vacated your cracker. Your elevator fails to make it to all of the upper floors. You’re playing cards with a deck numbering in the low 40’s. When going on a picnic your basket is carrying three sandwiches for five guests. Your haberdasher uses aluminum foil.

And your capslock seems to be stuck.

92. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 21, 2013

Keeping digging yourselves with your nastiness.


93. THX-1138 - February 21, 2013


I dig myself immensely.

94. Phil - February 21, 2013

@89. No.

@93. Groovy, man…

95. Roses (as in Know-it-all Lecturer from 7000 miles away) - February 21, 2013

ME !!!!!



ME !!!!!

Come on you LA Gang Bangers, SOB’s, Bitches and Canadians, apologize to me now or I swear I will post another series of 2,000+ word posts where I once again repeat the same theme over and over of how clever, smart and misunderstood I really am versus you dumbasses in your gang here who pick on poor little me who lives in a country that Americans have never even heard of.


96. Phil - February 21, 2013

Ummm…Before anyone piles on to posts 88, 89, and 92, I’m thinking that’s not the real Rose. Generally, her grammer and spelling is pretty good – these posts, not so much.

Anyway, just my opinion – it’s still a good idea to let this fade away…

97. Phil - February 21, 2013

add 96 to the list…

98. K-7 - February 21, 2013

Well, isn’t it kind of obvious that this “Roses” person is definitely not her? I think someone is posting there on those two posts to make a point to here about how her posts come across, right?

99. Roses (as in Know-it-all Lecturer from 7000 miles away) - February 21, 2013

Of course I am not the real “Rose”

Sheesh, maybe some of your guys are really as dumb as the real Rose is claiming? LOL

Yea, I am trying to make a point to her on how incredibly condescending, preposterous, and boorish her continued arguments are on this topic.

100. MJ - February 21, 2013

All, this seems to be devolving a bit. I recommend we move on here. I don’t really see much point in continuing this thread. I think we have more than made our point.

101. Phil - February 21, 2013

Yeah…how about them Dodgers?

102. THX-1138 - February 22, 2013

Dodgers? We don’t need no steenking Dodgers.

Actually I wouldn’t mind them. My team is probably already mathematically eliminated from contention.

103. Red Dead Ryan - February 22, 2013

How about those Knicks?

104. Phil - February 22, 2013

Integrated space elevator and advanced falsework design of Federation shipyards?

105. Rick James - February 25, 2013

Amazing I stumbled into this thread to look at the HD pics and what do I see in the comments but a dust up over opinions spouted by someone named Rose from NZ. Now I’m motivated to look up the original material to see what the commotion is about. Yet within this thread several posters stated they wanted to move on from the Rose fight yet their very comments kept feeding the Rose troll’s stampede.

Andrew Probert’s circa 1979 TMP NCC-1701 is still the BEST Starship Enterprise EVER.

106. THX-1138 - February 26, 2013

Thanks for that. As for me, I like to get a bag of popcorn and watch the show.

107. Rose (as in Keachick) - February 27, 2013

I am not the only one capable of “spouting” opinions.

108. THX-1138 - March 1, 2013

I like mine with extra butter. It’s not good for me but I like it just the same. Sometimes I pair it with a cherry Coke. It’s the sweet and salty thing I like, I guess.

Now we just wait……..

109. Capes - March 2, 2013

I remember a time……

When this site used to talk about Star Trek exclusively. Those were good times….

There is a reason I stopped coming here regularly…

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