Simon Pegg shares outtakes in final OMAZE clip + last chance to donate + a potential new alien

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Omaze’s Star Trek: To Boldly Go fundraising campaign concludes today with a final video full of bloopers and what appears to be a new alien.

As we’ve mentioned in previous stories, the campaign gives fans a chance to win various prizes in exchange for supporting charities that are hand-picked by the cast of Star Trek Beyond.  Today is the final day to participate, and a video clip was released to mark the occasion.  To learn more about the campaign and donate, click here.

The eyebrow-raising moment in this clip comes when a crew member “accidentally” walks into frame with the mask for what appears to be a new alien.

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Let the speculation commence!

Star Trek Beyond, currently shooting in Vancouver, will hit the big screen on July 8, 2016.

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Flaming Nacelles Forever

Jem Hadar?

This new alien looks half Jem’Hadar and half Talaxian.

I Khan Believe it Ain't Butter

1st

Kinda looks like a brownish J´em Hadar.

1. Khan

You beat me to it!! Screaming “Khaaaaannnnn”

Sometimes I wonder they’re not playing with us…
Besides, some aliens may end up on the cutting room floor.

6 Doodle

I believe they are playing with us. That guy walking in front of the camera was definitely staged…

Probably nothing more than a non-specific alien mask to be worn by an extra in some alien crown scene.

…could be also a reimagined Ferengi

Just waiting to be notified. Got my bags packed. Ready to go, guys.

Ready to be Omazed. Yup. Just counting down. Come on, baby.

Roll the dice. Baby needs new shoes. er… um, a Royal Fizbin.

It’s probably Idris’ mask.

Anyone know the exact date when the winners fly our for filming

Maybe that’s the mask all the winners will be wearing.

Just the head like that, reminds me of Balok’s alter ego.

Idris as a Jem Hadar would be bad ass.

I like how Chris Pine references Charlie Chaplin.

Anybody under 30 wouldn’t have a clue who that is…………………………..morons.

# 16. Harry Ballz – September 1, 2015

” Anybody under 30 wouldn’t have a clue who that is…” — Harry Ballz

Isn’t that more a condemnation of those under thirtys’ “‘no child left behind” education than a sign of their moronity? Although I’d be shocked to find that not a one of them ever stumbled across the Turner Classic Movies or PBS biographies on him. And I’m certain most of his silent films have entered into the public domain and are readily viewable.

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/person/32227%7C29141/Charles-Chaplin/biography.html

but even if they weren’t would not their being a musically focused generation at least make them aware of him as the composer of the music for the song SMILE which Michael Jackson covered?

Since slightly before I was born he was exiled to Switzerland till his death because of the McCarthy era witch hunts and thus I don’t recall many in my generation being all that aware of him either and yet, later in a generation past ours it was more than apparent that Johnny Depp and Robert Downey Jr had somehow managed it?

# 16. Harry Ballz – September 1, 2015

” Anybody under 30 wouldn’t have a clue who that is…” — Harry Ballz

Isn’t that more a condemnation of those under thirtys’ “‘no child left behind” education than a sign of their moronity? Although I’d be shocked to find that not a one of them ever stumbled across the Turner Cla55ic Movies or PBS biographies on him. And I’m certain most of his silent films have entered into the public domain and are readily viewable.

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/person/32227%7C29141/Charles-Chaplin/biography.html

but even if they weren’t would not their being a musically focused generation at least make them aware of him as the composer of the music for the song SMILE which Michael Jackson covered?

Since slightly before I was born he was exiled to Switzerland till his death because of the McCarthy era witch hunts and thus I don’t recall many in my generation being all that aware of him either and yet, later in a generation past ours it was more than apparent that Johnny Depp and Robert Downey Jr had somehow managed it?

I couldn’t quite make out what Chris Pine had said, but now I think it was about the Charlie Chaplin style of humour – slapstick (which was extremely popular in the silent movie era). Idris Elba appeared to do a bit of slapstick which prompted the comment/reference to Charlie Chaplin from Chris.

I didn’t know that Charlie Chaplin wrote music, including the song “Smile”. And no, I do not need/want to be called a moron yet again. TUP has already managed to refer to me as that to another poster – erroneously and rudely.

Perhaps leave off the “moron” comments. Remember that not everyone reading/posting here is even from the USA.

#19. Keachick – September 2, 2015

I can’t speak for others but personally, I have always assumed that others residing in English speaking countries outside the U.S. to be better educated than what my own country manages to muster on average. And especially more aware of notable celebrities, such as Chaplin, residing out there because those other English speakers weren’t swept up in our special brand of red bating even if Churchhil did get the ball rolling with the “Iron Curtain” notion.

#OnThisDay in 1969, #StarTrek airs its final episode after 3 years.

https://twitter.com/Bio/status/639158622077980672

LLAP

#20 – Yes, on many things, I think that may be true.

I suspect that a good many kiwis would know who Charlie Chaplin was, in terms of being a comedian of the silent era of film making and of the penchant for slapstick humour. Quite a number of films from the silent era have been screened over time on TV here in NZ. However, many, including myself, may not know about Chaplin’s other talents, like songwriting.

However, it is possible that my father (dec.), being of an older generation, could have known about Charlie Chaplin’s other talents. Unfortunately, I cannot ask my father.

I took a film appreciation class in college around 2004 or 2005. The first film we watched was a silent Chaplin film, which still managed to make us laugh by the way. So I know of at least thirty or so young people in the American Midwest who know of Charlie Chaplin, if that means anything.

Hey, don’t be so quick to damn an entire generation. You never know what they’ll pick up these days. Harold Lloyd glasses could be the next big thing.

I’m 58 (so I guess I am the dogfaced man by now) and I knew Chaplin as a silent movie star and the guy in that classic photo, hanging from the clock. I don’t remember actually seeing any of the films, though I suppose I did, when I was very, very young.

I didn’t know he wrote Smile (while your heart is breaking, smile…, best known version by Nat King Cole) until I heard Paul McCartney wrote his Too Much Rain with Chaplin’s Smile in mind.

I had to look Smile up to remember where I knew it from, Jerry Lewis’ theme song.

#25

That was Harold Lloyd hanging from the clock.

# 26. Vultan – September 3, 2015

” That was Harold Lloyd hanging from the clock.” — Vultan

To which Christopher Lloyd paid homage in BACK TO THE FUTURE, although I think Zemeckis & Gale or someone in the production first stuck one of those clock’s based on Harold’s bit in the opening credits scene first?

# 26 Oooops!

Chaplin had the bowler hat and cane, the Hitler stash and the wobble walk.

#27

Oh man, I must’ve seen BTTF a few thousand times and never put those things together! But thanks for pointing that out. One more thing to love about the movie.

#28

Right on. Chaplin even kinda sorta played Hitler in The Great Dictator. Made the little Nazi look like a buffoon and warmonger when few were willing to do it.

#29. Vultan – September 3, 2015

More Chaplin trivia:

His birthday was two days ago and he immigrated to the U.S. along with Stan Laurel of Laurel & Hardy fame as part of the Fred Karno Company. Laurel was Chaplin’s understudy.

#29. Vultan – September 3, 2015

That birthday info was from Samantha Weaver at King Features Synd. Inc., but I think she’s got her wires crossed on that after digging deeper.

Nice to see the chemistry between the cast behind the scenes!

#16 I’m 27 and I have seen a few of his movies.

If you mean to claim that kids these days are morons for not being aware of characters from popular culture who came and went before their time, then I would wager that they would see YOU as a moron for an entire world of new artists whom you are too out of the loop to be even aware of!

Besides, calling a whole generation of people you don’t know who you THINK are not aware of a very famous icon morons is… unintelligent.

#33. Mellvar

I hate to break it to you but at 27 years old you’re no longer considered the young male demographic…

Happy 49th anniversary Star Trek!

Let’s hope for a great 50th with a great movie. ;)

Happy Birthday TOS!!

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