Watch: New Japanese Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer + Shot-By-Shot Analysis + New Warp Effect April 24, 2013by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Marketing/Promotion,Star Trek Into Darkness , trackback
A new Japanese trailer has been released for Star Trek Into Darkness – where the films opens in August. The new trailer is different than the other international promos and contains a number of new shots. Watch it below along with TrekMovie’s patented shot-by-shot analysis – but beware of spoilers.
New Japan Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer & Poster
The new trailer from Japan differs from the other international trailers and contains a few things not seen elsewhere.
While we are talking about Japan, here is their new poster. It uses the standard international poster but adds new tagline copy, which translates as "Humanity’s greatest weak point is love."
Japan Trailer Analysis (SPOILERS)
The trailer contains a few new elements, here is a breakdown of what’s new.
Marcus: By now all of you heard what happened in London…
Marcus: And inthe name of those we lost, you will this bastard down
Harrison: You cannot even guarantee the safety of your own crew.
Evolution of Warp
This ships don’t change, but it seems that they change the warp effect with every movie. Here is a breakdown of warp from the previous 11 Star Trek movies (thanks to aureaxxi) .
More Trailers and Analysis
Check out TrekMovie’s other analyses:
- Announcement Trailer (International Teaser)
- Teaser Trailer (Domestic)
- Super Bowl Commercial
- Alternative Teaser (Domestic)
- International Trailer
- TV Spot ‘Go’
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