Ready for more Klingons? Tonight during the Scream 2009 awards, Spike TV debuted one of the DVD/Blu-ray deleted scenes from the 2009 Star Trek movie. The scene shows Nero being interrogated by the Klingons while at Rura Penthe prison, and it is now online, check it out below. Plus we have some news on special Star Trek movie releases overseas.
The Wait is over
You can now see the scene which led to Nero saying "the wait is over", which showed up in the first Star Trek trailer, but not in the film itself.
And a little piece of trivia. The Klingon interrogating Nero is played by Victor Garber, who was one of the stars of JJ Abrams Alias.
Star Trek released in some countries + special Int’l limited editions
The North American release of Star Trek on home video is November 17th, while the UK gets it November 16th. But some lucky fans can pick it up this week. Star Trek has been released or is coming out in the next few days in France, Australia, India, Poland, Taiwan, Argentina, Iceland, the Philippines, and some other countries. Others get it next week, like Germany. [NOTE: if it has been released in your country let us know].
Here is an ad for Star Trek home video in France (thanks to LeSpock).
Like in the USA, there are some special editions overseas. Amazon in the UK is has versions that include the Countdown Comic book, and Play.com has a version of the film that comes on a Starfleet USB drive (see below). In Japan, Germany and Australia there is a version with a model Enterprise, where the disks are inside the saucer.
UK USB Star Trek digital version
International edition with ship disk holder
In US we have the Amazon Exclusive Blu-ray with the pewter Star Trek statue, and the Best Buy exclusive DVD with the metal pins. Those and the other sets are all listed below for pre-order
|Star Trek 2009||3-disk set
3-disk set w/ replica
3-disk set w/ badges
Official site updated
One last bit of home video news. The official Star Trek movie site has been updated with a new ‘splash page’ promoting the upcoming DVD and Blu-ray releases. It has images of the box art and details on the releases, but is the same details we have reported here previously. Hopefully more content will be added before the release.