The new international teaser trailers for Star Trek Into Darkness are now online. There is much to digest with this big new trailer. And once again TrekMovie takes a deep dive with a shot-by-shot look at the trailer and at the subtle differences between the different versions . Find out what is inside the trailers below, but beware of Spoilers.
Star Trek Into Darkness International Trailers Analysis
This new trailer is heavy on the action, which makes sense for something aimed at audiences outside the USA where Star Trek often under-performs (especially non-English speaking countries). But there is still lots of Star Trek goodness to analyze, so lets take a deep dive. NOTE: This shot-by-shot analysis uses the Australian version of the new international trailer as a base case. There are a few differences with some of he other versions and that is noted at the end of the article. As this is the fourth trailer, the analysis will show just new shots that haven’t been seen in any trailer or commercial.
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Harrison: You think your world is safe. It is an illusion. Enjoy these final moments of peace.
Adm. Marcus: By now all of you heard what happened in London. The man who did it is one of our top agents (could be speaking about Harrison or about the "Father" seen dropping his ring in the December teaser trailer)
Harrison: Your commanders have committed a crime I cannot forgive…None of you are safe…have I got your attention now?
Kirk: This could just be the beginning
Kirk: I request permission to go after him
Adm. Marcus: Starfleet is not about vendetta Kirk.
Kirk: Maybe it should be
McCoy: Jim, you are actually going after this guy are you?
Kirk: I have no idea what I am supposed to do. I only know what I can do.
Kirk: I watched you murder innocent men and women. I will make you answer for what you did.
Harrison: You have no idea what you have done.
Harrison: I will walk over your cold corpses.
Uhura: We are outgunned…outnumbered
Kirk: So we come out shooting
Minor differences with other versions [UPDATED]
There are some minor differences between the different localized versions. The biggest difference is the location of Easter Egg poster links (see article on new International posters). Mostly the minor differences show things that had been seen in previous trailers, but there are a few new bits (below).
More ‘shot by shot’ analysis
Check out TrekMovie’s other analyses:
- Announcement Trailer (International Teaser)
- Teaser Trailer (Domestic)
- Super Bowl Commercial
- Alternative Teaser (Domestic)