Watch: First Clip From Star Trek Into Darkness [UPDATED]

Paramount has released the first full clip from Star Trek Into Darkness. It shows a scene that you would recognize if you saw the 9-minute IMAX preview in December, featuring the USS Enterprise bridge (in some interesting official Starfleet outfits) crew trying to help out a friend. Watch it below. Obviously being a clip it contains spoilers. [UPDATED: Now with YouTube version]

 

Star Trek Into Darkness Clip #1

UPDATE: Here is the first clip from Star Trek Into Darkness (now available in YouTube).

 

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WOOO!

Nice pace, nice editing, nice score from what I’ve seen. Soo looking forward to this film :)

Wow, cool clip! I want to see the whole movie!!!

Seems like only India isn’t getting any promotional stuff for the movie -_-

01:17 – Crafty ;)

Only two weeks to go !!! I cannae hold oot Capt’n !

oh yeah!!!!!!

I would watch this movie…

Oh maybe 10 or 50 times

the wait for this movie is going to kill me. i just know it.

Yup. This movie is about the Prime Directive and has nothing to do with Khan.

WOW @ last statement by McCoy especially…

This is where the 10 minute IMAX preview ended if I remember correctly. Looks incredible, I can’t wait for it to release. I’m going to have to start staying away from this website after the next few days, I don’t want any spoilers!

Also, here’s a new STID fan trailer made with the same music as the final Star Trek (2009) trailer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xzWkDBM1yw

OMGOMGOMGOGMGOM!!!!!!! I need to see this NOW!!!

That clip was fantastic. It says so much about what Trek is about, and yet that’s barely more than a minute.

Come on, Paramount – – why is the USA last in line to see this movie. Can. Not. Wait!

I do have an issue with Uhura just standing there slack-jawed rather than taking her station. Obviously whoever was filing in for her was relieved when she stepped on the bridge as no one was sitting there through the scene. When Kirk asked her to do her job, she could not comply instantaneously. I realize there are extenuating circumstances, but still, she’s being depicted quite unprofessionally, and little too “damsel in distress” for my taste. I could be wrong and if the situation were reversed Abrams might well have had Spock standing there focused on Uhura rather than his job, but I doubt it. It’s very stagey either way. There’s nothing in the screen yet they are all focused on it.

Oh my god…
I loved what I saw….

…And, Captain, Doctor, Hikaru… despite my being worried about Spock, I noticed what you were wearing…Not bad, not bad at all….

:)

Chekov lives!

I’m in the US and can’t see the preview. Why they gotta hate on Massachusetts? lol

Scared of a big fish.. LOL hahahaha the most funniest scene

@ Curious Cadet

Good point. You’d think that if this movie had anything to do with Khan then the opening sequence would have some thread to hint at it.

#14: USA is definitely not the last in line. I live in Finland and we have to wait until 5th June to see this film.

With that said, I cannot wait!

Very close to cutting off Trekmovie and the other sites from my browser. We are only a few days from really finding out who Cumberbatch is.

I decided I am not going to watch any clips this time. I watched too much of them last movie.

“I do have an issue with Uhura just standing there slack-jawed rather than taking her station. Obviously whoever was filing in for her was relieved when she stepped on the bridge as no one was sitting there through the scene. When Kirk asked her to do her job, she could not comply instantaneously. I realize there are extenuating circumstances, but still, she’s being depicted quite unprofessionally, and little too “damsel in distress” for my taste.”

Really?

Hopefully Uhura does not spend the entire movie kissing Spock when they are together and worrying about him when they are apart. Your in Starfleet and this shit happens every week! :)

Can you imagine what goes through Uhuras mind?

OMG my wonderful Spock has been attacked by flying pizza!
OMG! Spocks brain is gone!!!! WTFFF!!! *cries* *resigns from Starfleet*

and so on.

Starfleet relationships never going to work.

@14 + @21 South Africa, 14th June :( sucks to be me

@24

When your boss shows up to the job site, everyone keeps working except the people he has to talk to. If you have a job to do, but you’re standing there with a thimb up your ass watching everything around you, instead of your job, that is unprofessional. Though in the JJ universe Starfleet is far from professional.

Mmmh, sweet 1080p! Nice, very nice. One thing, that’s funny is, that I really start hearing “Spock” when I hear Zachary Quinto’s voice. Back when Trek ’09 came out, I sorta couldn’t help but imagine what Quinto’s lines would’ve sounded like if Nimoy had delivered them. Looks like Quinto’s Spock has become “rooted” inside my mind.

@24 Jack,

Yup. It may just be a matter of taste. The way Abrams plays it all forward when there is nothing to look at. Perhaps a more intimate, shared glances would have made more sense. With everyone making eye contact, knowing, understanding. Then again, looking at a blank screen was a TOS convention too. But yeah, Uhura needs to take her station and not stand there all weepy center stage so she can bite her knuckles for the audience. So stereotypical, so unnecessary. I understand the human emotion and drama, but Uhura has a job to do, and just standing there reinforces those who say such a relationship is innapropriate in the first place. I could be wrong, but this seems to be striving for the same level of drama as the opening of ST09 when George Kirk so eloquently sacrificed himself for his crew, and family all while maintaining a casual conversation about what to name his newborn son, but this fails to achieve the same power.

So the movie premieres tomorrow in Australia – which means we’ll start getting some major spoilers early tomorrow morning.

@curious cadet., I bet you’ll be the first one to complain when she does do her job and has her badass scenes. It seems like Uhura will never with most people.

That was cool, can NOT wait!

What are the last lines said between Kirk and … who is that next to him? It sounds to me like he’s asking “what would Spock do?” and the other person (is that McCoy?) says, “he would let you die”.

(I’m a hearing impaired and, even with the volume way up, I’m struggling to understand the words.)

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YAY!!! Captain is on the bridge in wet suit!!!

…………….. I LIKE THIS SHIP!!!

…….HELLO, Mr. Orci!!! ….. THANKS all for this scene!!! ;-) :-)

This looks so dumb. Jumping past the obvious crappy lens flairs, it feels like a hollow version of Star Trek. Uhura is just standing there, Mr. Scott is making funny faces at fish (by the way, having little more then a window between outside the bridge and the bridge is a dumb idea!), Kirk and Spock are having some kind of forced discussion about the Prime Directive.

Specking of which, when will Spock Prime start following the Temporal Prime Directive? He has a duty to reverse the damage that Nero did and make it back to his own time (and universe). This whole film series is one bad Temporal Prime Directive divergence.

Specking is not permitted here.

@31. TT,
“I bet you’ll be the first one to complain when she does do her job and has her badass scenes.”

And why would I do that based on what I wrote?

@32 George Zip

Yup its McCoy, and yes you heard correct. Kirk say’s to McCoy “If Spock where here and I were there, what would Spock do.” McCoy responds, “He’d let you die.”

Some here are very quick to say Uhura is acting “unprofessional”. I don’t know about anyone else, but I didn’t see her weeping, babbling, or acting “girly”. She actually seemed quite controlled giving the situation. And if I watched the same clip that you guys did, then I’d say she wasn’t the only one “standing around”. No one’s actually “doing” anything except arguing with Spock.

So to repeat what Jack said…seriously?

#34: “This looks so dumb. ”

No.

Oh no, Spock dies.
Anyhoo, nice weather we’ve been having lately. Spring has finally sprung.

Oh no, Spock dies.
Anyhoo, nice weather we’ve been having lately. Spring has finally sprung.

@39

LOL!

@curious cadet

again you’re nitpicking about Uhura and ridiculously and transparently so.
I could say that you are talking about a scene where McCoy isn’t in sickbay doing his job and Scotty also isn’t in engineering doing his job. So, what are these guys doing standing there? What is their fundamental contribution to the action aside from making some comments and looking worried for Spock just like everyone here?

but I honestly give up about this double standard regarding Uhura.

btw: if you notice she was working on her station and it’s only when Kirk and the others got on the bridge that she stands up and Kirk is talking to her .. and I don’t think that she could follow Kirk’s “order” faster than that.

I like the bit of new underscore we are hearing here as well.
I can’t wait till the soundtrack has its official release in a a few weeks as well. very anxious to hear more of Giacchino’s second trek score.

Yawn.
All the yelling on the Bridge of an Star Ship by its elite crew seems idiotic.
Is that really the only way these actors under JA direction can convey drama ?

The dialogue seems driven to give vent to sacred canon ” The needs of the many….” Does Spock just keep saying ‘that’ through his whole career when in a tight corner ??

The costumes are ridiculous. I can see why Benedict Cumberbatch said you one ” could tell his religion when in costume”. The only reason I would attend would be to see Ben ‘do’ Hollywood and act the other guys off the screen.

@ Jason S. “by the way, having little more then a window between outside the bridge and the bridge is a dumb idea!”

You mean the idea that’s been there since the series started in ’66 and has been utilised in practically every spaceship in every Sci-Fi movie set in space? That dumb idea?

@13: “That clip was fantastic. It says so much about what Trek is about, and yet that’s barely more than a minute.”

Indeed…

@9: “Yup. This movie is about the Prime Directive and has nothing to do with Khan.”

Err…and that’s why Spock’s quoting his own TWOK line “The needs of the many…” If we needed one more proof…

I think the editing is quite strange. it seems too rushed. destroyed the dynamic somehow.

I see GATT on the bridge as well :)

Scotty, divert Warp Steam from the brewery to the engines, we will create a shit load of fog so the indigenous tribes cannot see anything, todays alcohol batch will have to be sacrificed.

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