Trailer Easter Eggs Lead To New Star Trek Into Darkness International Poster Artwork [UPDATE 2]

UPDATED: Once again the sneaky folks at Bad Robot and Paramount hid a web address in a trailer. Actually they hid a number of different URLs in the different localized versions, leading to six localized versions of a new international poster artwork. Check out all the variants below       

 

New Posters for Star Trek Into Darkness

Hidden URL Easter eggs in each of the new Star Trek Into Darkness international trailers leads to different bonus artwork. Note: According to Paramount these images are not the official international "one-sheet" posters. Those have yet to be revealed (as has the Domestic one-sheet). These are being described as "special pieces of artwork revealed through the trailer launch."


New poster artwork (UK  version)


New poster artwork (Australian version)


New poster artwork (Brazil version)


New poster artwork (Mexican version)


New poster artwork (Russian version)


New poster artwork (German version)

Hidden URLs lead to posters

Each of the trailers has a hidden URL that leads to a different poster, with the exception of the UK and Australian trailers which are exactly the same. It was hidden in in a very interesting shot. If you averted your eyes from Alice Eve you would spot the URL: bit.ly/WyJV4F


How could you miss that?

UPDATE: The UK hidden URL is: bit.ly/YMskVI.


UPDATE: How could you miss that?

The Brazilian hidden URL is: bit.ly/125bNkW 


Hidden URL for Brazil poster

The Mexican hidden URL is: bit.ly/115Wcwm


Hidden URL for Brazil poster

The Russian hidden URL was tricky but it works out to be bit.ly/YmDv4Z.


Hidden URL for Russian poster

The German hidden URL was even trickier due to different options for the characters but it is bit.ly/YMIO04.


Hidden URL for German poster

 

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